Second part of Paul Heiney 's cruise of the Solent.
Programmes for young people - some may not be suitable for the very young, though the 9.45am and 2.00pm slots are for pre-school infants. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 Tutorial Topics: Girls v Boys
9.10 Lernexpress: Auf dem Land
9.25 Mathsphere: Behind the Front Door
9.45 Storytime: Can't You Sleep, Little Bear?
10.00 Mathscope: Threat to Our Playground
10.18 Music Time: Duets (stereo)
10.40 Job Bank: Retail Sales Assistant
11.00 Zig Zag: The Vikings - The Saga of Gunnar Goldhair
11.22 Thinkabout Science: Going to the Moon
11.35 Techno: Systems 2
11.55 Soviet Union - and After: Collective Farm
12.15pm History File: Medicine through Time: Medicine and Long Term Change
12.35 Lifeschool: Careers - A Small Accident
1.00 Science in Action: Waste Not, Want Not
1.20 Forget-Me-Not Farm
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Landmarks: Victorian Children - The City Child
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
A glass engraver at work.
Followed by Songs of Praise
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The professional violin maker.
Word game with Paul Coia.
The trivia quiz show. (First shown on BBC 1)
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Jane Corbin discusses national and international issues.
Barry Norman casts his critical eye over the week's cinema releases, including What about Boband Other People's Money.
* BARRY NORMAN : page 54
The third of six films reflecting the relationship between man and nature.
Steam and Wildlife. Andrew Cooper examines how the building of the railways changed the British landscape, leaving a remarkable nature reserve in its wake.
Photographed and produced by Andrew Cooper
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Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Love at First Fight. Aunt Vivian invites a student to dinner.
Live studio performances from the best hard rap, rave and house acts. With Normski.
Series producer Lindsay Shapero An Activate production for BBCtv ● STEREO
Programmes made by the public under their own editorial control.
Tonight the Black Music Industry Association puts the spotlight on the British record business and asks why there is no black
British superstar. Jazzie B of Soul II Soul, Caron Wheeler , Omar and Carl Mclntosh of Loose
Ends give an inside view of the E680 million record industry. Director Jackie Osei-Tutu
Series producer Giies Oakley
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Reports from around the world on environmental issues.
Are there any votes in trees?
Sarawak, a closed and secretive society, may have the finest tropical forests in south-east Asia. But not for long. The rivers are clogged with barges hustling the natural wealth of the island out to Korea, Taiwan and Japan. In the recent elections one man, Harrison Ngau. stood against the trend, trying to control the logging and ensure a future. Nature followed him on the election trail, fighting corruption, destruction and big business. Can one man make any difference, or is it already too late? Producer Brian Leith
Editor Amanda Theunissen
An Antelope West production for BBCtv * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● NATURE: page 11
First showing on network television of this drama starring Timothy Daly
A talented young ballerina travels from the Midwest to
New York. There she is forced to choose between romance and a career as a performer.
Director Harry Winer
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The last in the current series of the delightfully appointed Scottish comedy show. Director Brian Jobson
Producers Philip Differ and Colin Gilbert ● STEREO
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media magazine. ● STEREO
BBC2's daily talk show. Editor Charles Miller