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: Open University

Measuringthe Earth and the Moon

: Westminster

An update on the latest debates and issues raised in Parliament.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 Short Circuit: Big Bang (Stereo)

9.10 Standard Grade Studies: the MP in Parliament

9.30 Ici Paris: Paris jeunesse (Stereo)

9.45 You and Me: Before and After

10.00 Square 1: Graphs (Stereo)

10.15 Over the Moon: Winning and Losing

10.30 History File: the Romans - Roman Britain

10.50 Mathsphere: Polls Apart; Estimated Reading (Stereo)

11.10 Landmarks: Evacuation

11.30 Geography Programme: Mining in the Open Air (Stereo)

11.50 Topics: Odd One Out (Stereo)

12.10 Let's See: Go 4, 5

12.30 Science in Action: Current Affairs

12.50 Teaching Today: Thinkabout Science

1.20 Charlie Chalk

1.35 Rupert

1.40 Music Time: Transport (Stereo)

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me

: Advice Shop

A programme for consumers of welfare and public services, with news on rights, benefits and the law. Including a special report from Stoke on the work of the Citizen's Advice Bureau.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Featuring Prime Minister's questions and other parliamentary highlights.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia. • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Wildlife Gems

Examining the use of colour coding in nature. (FirstshownonBBCl)

: Second Sight

Women first filmed in the 60s tell the story of their lives over the past 20 years.
In 1966, Clodagh was an energetic young fashion designer in Dublin - married with three young sons. Since then she has changed her husband, job and country.

: Food and Drink

• STEREO

: Olympics Today

Action from day six of the XVIth Olympic Winter Games. Five gold medals are decided today - the women's combined ski-ing event, the men's
5,000m speed-skating, the men's 10km and the women's
5km classical cross-country and the moguls event in the freestyle ski-ing.
Plus a look ahead to the men's figure skating championship which begins tonight.
Introduced by Desmond Lynam.

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.

: First Sight

A Conflict of Loyalties?
Dr Kalim Siddiqui , the prime mover of the new Muslim
"Parliament", provokes fury and fierce loyalty. Is he an extremist who actively promotes divisions between the Islamic community and its neighbours, or an academic visionary defending the rights of Muslims in an alien western environment?
Antonia Higgs reports. Producer Mike Mortimer
Executive producer Peter Lowe
0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Kalim Siddiqui
Unknown: Antonia Higgs
Producer: Mike Mortimer
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Redundant

Four programmes on the experience of redundancy. 3: A Little Decline and Fall
For two young bond brokers who enjoyed the high life during the City boom, redundancy was a rude awakening.
George Cazanove swapped his BMW for a bike and Guy Thomson discovered he was no longer an eligible bachelor. Producer Jenny Abbott

Contributors

Unknown: George Cazanove
Unknown: Guy Thomson
Producer: Jenny Abbott

: Daylight Robbery

Another chance to see the grey squirrel, the highly successful urban thief now famous from the beer commercial, as it walks the tight-rope of the washing line, abseils down wires, scales walls, and jumps great distances. Is there nothing it will not do to steal from the garden bird feeder? Producer Mike Benyon
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Mike Benyon

: A Bit of Fry and Laurie

More comedy sketches written by and starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie.
With Gary Davies , Nimmy March, Jana Shelden and Colin Stinton. Director Kevin Bishop
Producers Kevin Bishop and Nick Symons • STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Hugh Laurie.
Unknown: Gary Davies
Unknown: Jana Shelden
Unknown: Colin Stinton.
Director: Kevin Bishop
Producers: Kevin Bishop

: Fire in the Blood

Six stories from the new Spain. 3: Breaking Free. Until recently, Spanish women were banned from many senior positions; divorce and abortion were illegal. Bride-to-be, 30-year-old civil servant Inma Sotelo tells how she is one of a new breed of women to benefit from Spain's social revolution.
Presented by Ian Gibson.
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff Series producer Alan Bookbinder
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Inma Sotelo
Presented By: Ian Gibson.
Producer: Alan Bookbinder

: Talking to Myself

Do-it-yourself interviews.
Anita Roddick , who runs the Body Shop, talks about her sexuality and her success in the business world.
Producer Michael Davies
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Anita Roddick
Producer: Michael Davies

: Newsnight

Withjeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Withjeremy Paxman.

: The American Late Show

Reports on the image of junk bond king Michael Milken and the popularity of Raw magazine. With Robert Krulwich.
Producer Janey Walker
Executive producer Michael Jackson • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Milken
Unknown: Robert Krulwich.
Producer: Janey Walker
Producer: Michael Jackson

: Weatherview

: Weekend Outlook

Open University preview.

: Open University

Fontainebleau: the Changing Image of Kingship








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