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: Westminster

An update on Parliament.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 Short Circuit: The Black Desert (Stereo)

9.10 Words into Action: Life and Death
Simon Mayo scares the life out of himself in his exploration of Christianity.

9.30 Diez Temas: Tiempo Libre
Spanish for beginners.

9.45 You and Me: Recycle It

10.00 Thinkabout Science: Blowing Bubbles (Stereo)

10.15 Search Out Science: Balancing Acts
How do you make a skyscraper stand up?

10.35 Q and A

10.40 Around Scotland: The Real Thing
Marilyn wants to live in Ramsay Street.

11.00 Words and Pictures: The Surprise Party

11.15 English Time: On Approval

11.35 Teaching Today: The Management of Pupil Behaviour - Making It Happen

12.05 TV6: Smoking
Personal stories of people suffering from smoking-related diseases.

12.30 Lifeschool: Mixing In

12.55 Espana Viva
Spanish for beginners.

1.20 Pigeon Street: Springtime for Hugo

1.35 Rupert

1.40 Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Britain

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me

Contributors

Presenter (Words into Action): Simon Mayo

: Bitten by the Bug

A look at the world of insects.
Food for Thought. How the death of one insect means food for another. Presented by Professor Erik Holm.

Contributors

Presented By: Professor Erik Holm.

: Reviving Antiques

John Fitzmaurice Mills shows how to repair gold leaf.

: Country File

John Craven with rural issues.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Today's proceedings in Parliament.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Snooker

The Masters from Wembley Conference Centre.
The latest action, featuring world no 7 Steve James.
(See alsoSportsnight, 10.30pm BBC

Contributors

Unknown: Steve James.

: Behind the Headlines

Linda Agran examines personal and emotional issues.
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Contributors

Unknown: Linda Agran

: Horizon

Malaria: Battle of the Merozoites
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●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
* WORLD MAGAZINE: February issue includes an article on New Malaria Vaccine. £2.00, from newsagents.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

The adventures of the new USS
Enterpriseand its crew.
Starring Patrick Stewart
The Offspring. Data becomes a father when he creates an android using his own neural programming.
With Whoopi Goldberg.
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Stewart
Unknown: Whoopi Goldberg.

: PEFII

Reportage
Unemployment2000: a Decade on the Dole. In the past year unemployment among young people has increased more than 11 times faster in Britain than in the rest of Europe. A series of in-depth reports asks what will be the effect of migration from eastern Europe, and will today's teenagers still be on the dole in ten years? With Aminatta Ford.
Producer Margaret Enefer Series editor Tony Moss
7.25pm Rapido
Antoine de Caunes whizzes through 1992's predictions: Brand New Heavies wait for their Dream Come True, Daisy Chainsaw threaten to trash the rock world, and Naughty by Nature reveal the future for rap. Plus Gaultier's expedition with Army of Lovers.
Executive producers Alex Berger and Tim Newman
An NBdC production for BBCtv

Contributors

Producer: Margaret Enefer
Editor: Tony Moss
Unknown: Antoine de Caunes
Unknown: Daisy Chainsaw
Producers: Alex Berger
Producers: Tim Newman

: The Day the World Changed

Personal reflections on a day from the past.
The First Day of the 20th Century (chosen by Ralph Steadman ). The day which may have happened twice - was it
1 January 1900 or 1 January 1901 ? Whichever, for artist Ralph Steadman it was a mistake. With both Tolstoy and Kipling confined to bed, Mafeking in full swing and Max Planck discovering the principles of nuclear physics, the seeds were sown for a century of change. Producer John Triffitt

Contributors

Unknown: Ralph Steadman
Artist: Ralph Steadman
Artist: Max Planck
Producer: John Triffitt

: Bookmark

Trapped: the Story of Henry Green
Henry Yorke was an aristocrat and an industrialist. As Henry Green he wrote ten unique books. This is the strange, sad story of a little-known man who chronicled, like no other, the unshowy virtues of Englishness. Producer Roger Thompson Series editor Nigel Williams

Contributors

Unknown: Henry Green
Producer: Roger Thompson
Editor: Nigel Williams

: Acceptable Risks

First showing on I network television for this drama. Starring Brian Dennehy
Oakridge seems to be an idyllic place to live. Even the local chemical plant has job vacancies and a perfect safety record. But pressure from head office to increase production leads to risk-taking that had previously been considered unacceptable - a recipe for disaster.
Director Rick Wallace • FILMS: pages 35-40

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Dennehy
Director: Rick Wallace
Don Sheppard: Brian Dennehy
LeeSnyder: Christine Ebersole
Janet Framm: Cicely Tyson
Wes Boggs: Kenneth McMillan
Sally Framm: Beah Richards
David Kohler: Richard Gilliland
LouKeller: Vic Polizos
Jack Morris: Peter Jurasik

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

Arts and media news.
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: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Reindeer in the Arctic: a Study in Adaptation 12.25 Seize the Fire

: Behind the Headlines

(Shownat4.40pm) ●STEREO








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