9.00 Tutorial Topics: People Talk
9.10 Standard Grade Studies: Power to the People?
9.30 Ici Paris: Ville Internationale (Stereo)
9.45 You and Me: The Seaside
10.00 Square 1: Angle (Stereo)
10.15 Over the Moon: Time
10.30 Art Work: Seeing and Believing
10.50 Mathsphere: A Question of Distribution/The Mathematical Thread of Life (Stereo)
11.10 Landmarks: The Blitz
11.30 Geography Programme: There's a Golf Course on the Farm
11.50 Topics: Living with a Handicap/Asian Girl (Stereo)
12.10 Let's See: Go 4, 5
12.30 Science in Action: What a Gas
12.50 Teaching Today: Six Case Studies
1.20 Charlie Chalk
1.40 Music Time: Birdsong (Stereo)
2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: The Seaside
Programme for consumers of welfare and public services. This week's special report looks at the quality of life possible when living on a state pension and asks why our pensioners are the poor men and women of Europe.
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Followed by Westminster Live Today's proceedings in Parliament, including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Introduced by Vivian White.
Word game with Paul Coia. ● STEREO
Waddenzee. The coastal wetland fringing Holland,
Germany and Denmark.
John Godber revisits some of his favourite northern haunts.
With Peter Levy.
Tonight sees Britain's best chance of gold medal success with live coverage of the men's 1,000m short-track speed-skating final. Wilf O'Reilly won double Olympic gold when short-track was a demonstration sport in Calgary four years ago. This time there is just one individual gold and O'Reilly has been training hard for Olympic perfection. David Coleman describes Britain's key moment of the games. Plus the women's slalom, men's 10,000m speed-skating and 20km biathlon. Introduced by Desmond Lynam. • FEATURE: page 22
Last of a series on the experience of redundancy.
Every House in My Street. With Ravenscraig steelworks due to close later this year,
Redundant focuses on one family who have already experienced the closure of the steelworks at Brymbo, North Wales. For the Sanger family life has changed drastically - the search for work has taken two of the four brothers to
Libya, while a third has set up as a private investigator. Producer Sue Bourne
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The cult sci-fi comedy returns with a fifth series, written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
Starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
The mixture is the same as before but, says Grant, the ideas are getting more bizarre and the crew will be getting out of the space ship a bit more. He believes it's a cult because "it's partly the nature of science fiction which tends to create addicts. There's so little of it on TV that what there is endures."
Rimmer is transmitted to the holoship Enlightenment, which contains the cream of the space corps.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
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Six stories from the new Spain. 4: Warring Factions. As small nations seize independence across the world, the Basque country poses an increasing threat to Spain's unity. Thousands march in honour of Eta terrorists killed in action. Masked gunmen burn the Spanish flag. And a former Eta leader tells the story of Yoyes, who gave up terrorism and was murdered for her "disloyalty".
Presented by Ian Gibson.
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff Series producer Alan Bookbinder
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Investigative journalist Duncan Campbell shows how he manipulates the press, controls interviews and protects the weak against the strong. ProducerMichaelDavies
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What the Papers Say Awards Roy Hattersley presents the 35th annual awards before an audience of newspaper and television journalists.
Introduced by Russell Davies. A Granada production for BBCtv
The Challenge of Judgment