John Thirlwell 's personal view of Benidorm in Spain.
Last of a six-part series about Japan's legacy of the samurai. Pageboy to the Gods. Nearly 80 per cent of Japanese people are reckoned to be devout
Buddhists, but almost the same number claim to be followers of Shinto. People hedge their bets by following both religions at the same time. They keep two altars in their homes - one for Shinto gods, the Kami, and the other for the family dead. Narrated by Julian Pettifer.
9.00 Snap! Animals (Teletext)
9.10 Standard Grade Geography: Scottish Farming and the EC
9.30 Let's See: Unit 2: Animal Rights - Puffin
9.45 You and Me: You Can't Do That Here
10.00 Mathscope: Patterns
10.15 Over the Moon: Keep Safe on the Road
10.30 The Global Environment: Timber!
Using alternative sources of timber to protect great forests.
10.50 Mathsphere: What's the Connection
11.10 Landmarks: Unit 1: History of Writing and Printing: Newspapers
Nearly 300 years of bringing news to the nation.
11.30 West Africa: The Tourist Trade
11.50 Job Bank: Freelance Photographer and Construction Planning
12.10 Good Sport: Whose Side are You On?
with former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton.
12.30 Science in Action: Fruits of the Earth
Photosynthesis and plant experiments.
12.50 Teaching Today: Language in Society
1.20 Green Claws: I Love Tigers
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair: The Art Gallery
1.40 Music Time: Metal Sounds (Stereo)
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me
Presenter (Good Sport):
Conference continues with debates on defence, trade and industry, and social security. Presented by Donald MacCormick and Vivian White with Ian Smith.
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
A season of Close
Encounters - classic sci-fi adventures - opens with this tale of a brilliant scientist recruited to work at a secret station. He is baffled by what he finds there until he discovers his employers are not of this world.
Director Joseph Newman • FILMS: pages 39-44
Dr Ruth Adams:
Dr Cal Meacham:
A short drama starring
Geoffrey Palmer. There is something strange happening at the bottom of the garden.
A weekly programme examining the issues affecting people in the south.
7.30 8.00 pm South East First Sight
Stories behind the headlines in the south and east.
Who's Looking after the Children?
Next week the new Children
Act comes into force. Much of the challenge will have to be met by social workers.
Antonia Higgs follows an inner London social work team as they meet daily problems. Producer Antonia Higgs
Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Six-part series presented by cook and author
Lesley Downer , with Minoru Yoneda. Tonight, cooking at table and steamed dishes.
Director/Producer Caroline Hawkins A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
Ferrucio Lamborghini decided in the 60s to beat Ferrari at his own game by building some of the world's most desirable cars.
Do latest models live up to the legend? Plus a look at the merits of the Range Rover as a second-hand buy, and at 'air bags', balloons of gas which cushion the impact of a crash. With Chris Goffey ,
Jeremy Clarkson and Quentin Willson. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams
More anarchic humour and bad taste, with Owen Brenman , Angus Deayton ,
Tony Millan and Jan Ravens. Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer 0 STEREO
Hungary - Racing for a Closing Door. The simultaneous collapse of export markets in the eastern bloc and the communist system at home has left
Hungary's industry reeling. In the second of his two special programmes,
Sir John Harvey-Jones takes a tour of the country which sets his blood boiling: 'Managers are coping with the most difficult situation you can imagine,' he says, telling Prime Minister
Jozsef Antall , 'They need more meaningful direction.' Producer Anne Laking
Executive producer Richard Reisz
With Jeremy Paxman.