9.00 France Francais: Le Grand Prixdes Apprentis
9.15 Lernexpress: Kleider machen Leute
9.30 Ici Paris: Ville intemationale (Stereo)
9.45 You and Me: Wait and See
10.00 Over the Moon: Time
10.15 Look and Read: Proof at Last
10.35 Q and A: a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes
10.40 Let's See: Go 4 5
11.00 Watch: People Who Help Us-Leaming School
11.15 English Express: Capturing the World
11.35 Science Challenge: Tomorrow's Island (Stereo)
11.55 Into Music: Round and Round (Stereo)
12.15 Christianity in Today's World; Christianity in a Changing World (stereo)
12.35 Art Work: Seeing and Believing
12.55 A Way with Numbers: Vital Statistics
1.20 PC Pinkerton
1.25 Fireman Sam
1.35 King Rollo
1.40 Hawk's Eye - Fishy Business
2.00 News and Weather followed by You and Me: Wait and See
If It Moves, Help! Motion sickness - in the air, on the road or at sea, has one common cause: a conflict between what our sense of balance tells us and what our eyes see or our body feels. By understanding what happens, it can be avoided.
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
and Regional News; Weather
Dougie Donnelly brings you all the action in the 1992 Midland Bank World Bowls Championships as the last three singles matches in Round 2 are decided. Players John Price, Tony Allcock and Gary Smith hope to be through to this stage. With commentary from David Rhys Jones ,
Jimmy Davidson , Mal Hughes , David McGill and John Bell. * STEREO
Liz Rigbey meets the breeders of a new
Welsh iris. Geoff Hamilton is up on the roof in London.
• GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £1.45 from newsagents 0 GARDENING: page 17
Flamboyant circus owner Hank Whirling claims that his is the "greatest show on earth". Even so, he has to borrow heavily to keep his circus on the road. And to make things worse, there is a saboteur at work.
Director Joseph M Newman ● FILMS: pages 33-38
A series of foreign-affairs reports. The War of the Wilds
To the horror of conservationists, the Zimbabwean government wants to boost big-game hunting, saying it is the best way of preserving exotic animals. To this end it wants to encourage the ivory trade, increase consumption of antelope meat, and even farm crocodiles for their skins.
Peter Godwin reports. Producer Caroline Pare
Editor John Morrison
How can vitamins be preserved when cooking? The recipe for an Indonesian chicken satay. Beefing up the food at Guy's
Hospital. And to celebrate Food and Drink's 150th edition, a re-run of the classic challenge to chef Anton Mosimann : when he cooked for a Sheffield council-house family in 1985, 70,000 viewers wrote in for his recipes. With Paul Heiney ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Fields and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for SBCtv
Details on Ceefax page 626 • STEREO
0 RECIPES: available in BBC Good Food Magazine, £ 1.25, from newsagents. ● FOOD: page 18
Starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
Goodnight, Dear Heart 9 November 1957: Sam becomes a mortician obsessed with the apparent suicide of a beautiful German girl.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Capturing escaped pythons, confiscating pet cougars or wrestling with exotic crocodiles - it's all in a day's work for Miami specialist police officer Lieutenant Kat Kelley. The locals are crazy about owning flamboyant pets and many of these exotic animals have escaped and multiplied over the years, threatening both people and native wildlife. Kelley is on call 24 hours a day and never knows what she will have to face. "We're fighting a losing battle here. Basically, nature is out of control."
Producer Chris Terrill Editor Caroline Pick
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FEATURE: page 26
The arts and media magazine. * STEREO
NPBS: The Development Centre
The " Why "Factor. First of two programmes looking at changes in management philosophy.