A series of suggestions for a day trip, a weekend break, or something longer.
Where to go, what to see and do in Warwick, the city and surrounding area.
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A six-part series.
The Japan of the ever-rising GNP seems a far cry from the world of samurai warriors so vividly re-created in the films of Kurosawa. Yet in the attitudes of mind and patterns of behaviour which will soon make Japan the world's richest nation, the spirit of the samurai is still very much alive.
9.00 Snap! - Children (Teletext)
9.10 Standard Grade Geography - Window on Kelso
9.30 Let's See - Squirrel
9.45 You and Me
10.00 Mathscope - Routes and Maps
10.15 Over the Moon with Mr Boon
10.30 Global Environment - What's On Top
10.50 Mathsphere - A Drop in the Ocean
11.10 Landmarks: History of Writing and Printing
11.30 West Africa - A Tale of Two Citizens
11.50 Job Bank - Trainee Hotel Manager
12.10 Good Sport
The challenge of track and field events.
12.30 Science in Action - Keep It Clean
12.50 Teaching Today: Primary Geography
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Music Time: Wooden Sounds (stereo)
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
From Brighton. The quality revolution debate continues, with David Blunkett on local government and debates on housing, rural affairs, arts and leisure. Presented by Donald MacCormick , Vivian White and Ian Smith.
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Radio Times' food columnist prepares brunch.
Director David Wheeler
Producer Christine Truran
MAGAZINE: BBC Good Food Magazine, Â£1.10, from newsagents.
FOOD: page 14
Starring Glenn Ford Shirley MacLaine
Although Powder Valley is cattle country, Jason Sweet is determined to settle there with his flock of sheep. With Leslie Nielsen, Edgar Buchanan and Mickey Shaughnessy. Director George Marshall
FILMS: pages 41-48
A dancing couple change into unlikely partners.
A weekly programme examining the issues affecting people in the south.
7.30 pm First Sight: A Day of Reckoning
The stories behind the headlines in the south and east.
Michael Delahaye reports on the impact of the collapse of BCCI on people in Southall, west London - Britain's most prosperous Asian community.
Producer Halina Kierkuc
Executive producer Peter Lowe
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see panel
Six-part series presented by cook and author Lesley Downer, with Minoru Yoneda.
A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
Tiff Needell visits a drag racing museum in Florida. Chris Goffey tests Toyota's new executive Camry. Plus Jeremy Clarkson on the future of 'pollution free' transport.
The Archbishop of Bad Taste begins a third series of anarchic humour.
Tonight, he has trouble with a pelmet and drinks a very unusual herbal tea. With
Owen Brenman, Angus Deayton, Tony Millan and Jan Ravens.
Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer
ALEXEI SAYLE'S KIND OF DAY: page 106
In the original Troubleshooter, broadcast in 1990, former ICI boss Sir John Harvey-Jones turned a critical eye on the state of British industry. Now, in two special programmes, Sir John travels to an eastern Europe striving to make the transition from command economy to free market.
Tonight, in Like a Sleeping Beauty, he tours Poland in a bi-plane with his interpreter Piotr, offering candid recommendations to managers, shopfloor workers and even President Lech Walesa. Next Thursday, Sir John turns a sharp eye towards Hungary. Producer Robert Thirkell
Executive producer Richard Reisz
FEATURE: page 35
The first of The Late Show's new monthly magazine presented by Robert Krulwich. Director Spike Lee talks about the struggle to make his film, Malcolm X.