Women flyers of the Second World War.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 In the Know - Final Checks (Teletext)
9.10 Lernexpress - 6: Die Stadt
9.25 Mathsphere - The Same Again?
9.45 Storytime - Titch
10.00 Mathscope - Shops and Supermarkets
10.18 Music Time - Voices (stereo)
10.40 Job Bank - Dental Technician
11.00 Zig Zag: The Vikings
11.22 Think about Science - Heat In, Cold Out
Housing problems in Tokyo.
11.55 Soviet Union - and After: Moscow
12.15 History File - Medicine through Time
12.35 Lifeschool - Careers: Getting into Television
1.00 Science in Action - Space Ship Earth
1.20 Forget-Me-Not Farm
1.30 Jimbo and the Jet Set
1.40 Landmarks: Victorian Children
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
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The statue, Venus de Milo.
Bryan McNerney visits
Cherryburn, on the Tyne.
A Ragged Royalist production for BBCtv
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Today's guests include Glenys Kinnock and her older brother Colin Parry.
The magazine programme for disabled people examines the issue of race and disability from an American perspective. With subtitles and sign language. Producer Christopher Hutchins
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air: Some Day Your Prince Will Be in Effect
He's hip, he loves rap, he's the prince of Bel-Air. Will Smith (the real-life rap singer plays himself) is back for a second series. Once again the cool kid from inner-city
Philadelphia barks his shins on the snobby attitudes of his rich Californian relatives.
Tonight he's beau of the Hallowe'en ball, and in a dream sequence meets sports megastar Bo Jackson (as himself) and music man Quincy Jones.
The club and music magazine includes live studio performances from Rozalla and Slipmat and Lime (SL2). Presented by Normski.
Series producer Lindsay Shapero
An Activate production for BBCtv
Toxic Waste. A light-hearted look at the environment.
The series in which the public make their own programmes. Bleating over Europe
Every week thousands of farm animals are transported to
Europe for slaughter. In this film, David Wilkins , on behalf of Eurogroup for Animal Welfare, exposes what he sees as the cruel reality of this trade. He produces evidence of the immense suffering to which animals are subjected (many die in transit) and seeks to alert the public to the possibility that they could be subjected to even longer journeys with the introduction of a single European code in 1992. Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Series producer Giles Oakley
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Reports from around the world on environmental issues.
Secrets in the Sands. In the 1950s, the Australian government invited the British to conduct nuclear tests - on sacred Aboriginal tribal lands. The Aborigines want to return home. But can plutonium pollution be removed? And who will pay, the polluters or their hosts? With David Jessel. Producer Andrea Brown
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First showing on network television.
Starring George C Scott Jacqueline Bisset
A retired judge faces a moral dilemma about abortion when his teenage daughter and his young wife become pregnant.
Director David Lowell Rich
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They're back - "keek" out from behind the settee if you dare. With Louise Beattie , Gregor Fisher. Andy Gray ,
Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith and Jonathan Watson. Director Brian Jobson
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Arts and media magazine. Editor Roland Keating ● STEREO