Sir Roy Strong looks at Charles I.
A large load on the road.
9.00 Quinze Minutes - Les Sports
9.15 Lernexpress - Die Stadt
9.30 Diez Temas - Comer y Beber
9.45 You and Me - Ganging Up
10.00 Over the Moon - Hallowe'en
10.15 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye - Jenny's Scarf
10.35 Q and A (Stereo)
A visit to Tokyo to look at an unusual answer to housing problems.
11.00 Watch: Food - Why Food?
11.15 English Express: Flare Up
11.35 Science Challenge - By Day, by Night (Stereo)
11.55 Into Music - The Sea (Stereo)
12.15 Stop and Think - Awe and Wonder
12.35 The Global Environment - Power for the People
12.55 A Way with Numbers - Your Number's Up
1.35 Jimbo and the Jet Set
1.40 Hawk's Eye - On Rubbish: New from Old
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me - Ganging Up
Look Before You Leap. A look at the fitness craze.
Magazine programme for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Followed by Taim Bilong Hangri
How young people are dealing with Third World problems.
US comedy series created by Mel Brooks. Staff decide to make a promo video.
Bryan McNerney visits
Framlingham Castle, Suffolk.
A knockout competition.
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Conversation with Windmill
Theatre star Doris Marks and her sister, Britain's first prima ballerina Dame Alicia Markova.
Sir Michael Hordern looks at the work of Humphry Repton , Britain's most prolific creator of "natural" gardens.
● GARDENING: page 21
Western starring Elvis Presley
Reformed gunman Jess Wade , framed by his former companions for the theft of a Mexican victory cannon, attempts to prove his innocence.
Director Charles Marquis Warren 0 FILMS: pages 45-52
Mountain Music. A film by claymation master, Will Vinton.
An investigative documentary series on foreign affairs.
New Nations, Old Hatreds
When the Iron Curtain came down, westerners applauded as countries threw off the Soviet yoke. But events did not stop there. Croatians, Moldavians and Slovaks all wanted to set up new nations. What should the west's response be? Is the new nationalism good or bad? John Tusa , Managing Director of BBC World Service, debates the issue with those who think it truly democratic and those who believe it revives old hatreds, as in Yugoslavia. Producer Kurt Barling Editor John Morrison
This week: can the overfishing of cod and haddock in the North Sea be prevented? Also, an Italian recipe for homemade bread; a tasting of English wines; and a visit to a school where catering is on the curriculum. Presented by Paul Heiney , Michael Barry , Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke.
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
Details on Ceefax page 616
0 RECIPES: available in BBC Good Food
Magazine, 11.10. from newsagents. 0 FOOD: page 20
Last in the black comedy series written by and starring former "Young Ones"
Adrian Edmondson, Rik Mayall
The saddest man on earth has a birthday.
Teletext subtitles: page 888
A series of six very personal views of the English.
3: Yo! Mrs Askew. Novelist
Howard Jacobson goes in search of the authentic English voice. Both the National
Theatre dialect coach and Yorkshireman Fred Truman confirm his fears of an infatuation with regional accents. A plea to Balliol
College students to return to
"good English" falls on deaf ears. Producer Jenny De Yong
Series producer Sam Organ
A Hawkshead production for BBCtv
Of Elephants and Pianos
Gerald the Elephant makes the ultimate sacrifice. Told by Susie Blake , Jon Glover , Enn Reitel and Kate Robbins.
Written and produced by Geoff Atkinson and Kim Fuller
Executive producer Tony Garnett 0 STEREO
With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. 0 STEREO