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: Open University

Linkage Mechanisms

: Westminster

: Boating Butler

Tony Butler travels Midlands rivers and canals. Today: from
Gloucester to the Malvems.

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Butler

: Daytime on 2

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: Craze
9.10
Lernexpress: Was mochtest du spaterwerden?
9.25
Mathsphere: On Shaky Ground and Twin Peaks (Stereo)
9.45
Storytime
10.00
Children's BBC: Playdays - The Why Bird Stop. Preschool entertainment. (Stereo)
10.30
Children's BBC: Rupert. Animated adventures of Ian and Joan Robinson's favorite comic book hero. (Stereo)
10.55
Cookabit: Deep-Fried Chicken Skin Salad
11.00
Zig Zag: Tales from Europe - Czechoslovakia
11.22
Thinkabout Science: Tracks and Trails (Stereo)
11.35
The Brunei Experience: A Watery Grave
11.55
The Geography Programme: Why Industry Comes and Goes
12.15
History File: The Palestinians
12.35
Lifeschool: The Family Today - Happily Ever After?
1.00
The Windows of Knowledge: Underwater
1.20
Children's BBC: Miffy and Friends
1.30
Children's BBC: Tales of Aesop
1.35
Children's BBC: Greenclaws
1.50
Storytime: Those Three Billy Goats Gruff
2.00
News and Weather followed by Nathan and the Maths.

: In the Garden

March. Starting early vegetables under cloches.

: News; Weather

Followed by Songs of Praise
●STEREO

: I Could Do That

The woodworker's craft.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia.
A Leslie Mitchell production for BBC TV
Stereo

Contributors

Presenter: Paul Coia

: Grand Prix

Highlights from South Africa.

: One in Four

Disability magazine with signing and subtitles.

: Film 92 with Barry Norman

●STEREO

: The Addams Family

Featuring one of the weirdest families ever seen on TV.
Morticia and the Psychiatrist
Pugsley is displaying disturbing signs of normality.
●TELETEXT SU BTITLES: page 888

: DEFII

Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Will Gets a Job. It's time for Will to prove he's a man.
6.50pm Open to Question Leading television journalist
Kate Adie faces questions from young people. With John Kelly. Director Gerry Stembridge Producer Clare Sillery

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Adie
Unknown: John Kelly.
Director: Gerry Stembridge
Producer: Clare Sillery

: Cartoon

A Tex Avery classic.

: Young Musician of the Year: Masterclasses: Piano

Second in a series of five masterclasses given by well-known solo performers to participants from the 1990 and current 1992 Young Musician of the Year competition.
Soloist, composer, festival director and television presenter Joanna MacGregor passes on her expertise to three young pianists.

Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
(Stereo)

Contributors

Pianist: Joanna MacGregor
Director: David Stevens
Producer: Jonathan Fulford

: Horizon

An Expensive Theology
In a 20-mile tunnel, using the world's biggest machine, scientists are looking at particles from the first millionth of a second of the universe. Their work has no immediate application. At the same time, other British scientists are struggling with cash shortages, their labs closing down. How should we spend our science funds - on small projects with a practical benefit, or on exploring the beauty of the fundamental nature of matter? How does the Government decide priorities? Producer Peter Ceresole
Series editor Jana Bennett
●STEREO
TELETEX SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Peter Ceresole
Editor: Jana Bennett

: The Mary Whitehouse Experience

A new series of the comedy show starring David Baddiel, Hugh Dennis, Rob Newman and Steve Punt.

Contributors

Comedian: David Baddiel
Comedian: Hugh Dennis
Comedian: Rob Newman
Comedian: Steve Punt
Director/Producer: Marcus Mortimer

: Underbelly

Third of a four-part political thriller written by Peter Ransley , about corruption in politics, prison and business. Starring David Hayman Tom Wilkinson
Jude Crowe 's growing success in business threatens Paul
Manning's plan to help Crowe rival Lambert in its takeover bid. Richard runs away from home and into danger.
From an original novel by Frank Kippax Producer Eileen Quinn
Director Nicholas Renton
An Initial production for BBCtv ●STEREO
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page888

Contributors

Written By: Peter Ransley
Unknown: David Hayman
Unknown: Tom Wilkinson
Unknown: Jude Crowe
Novel By: Frank Kippax
Producer: Eileen Quinn
Director: Nicholas Renton
Stephen Crowe: David Hayman
Paul Manning: Tom Wilkinson
JudeCrowe: Christine Kavanagh
Jack Preston: John McArdle
Harry West: Michael Feast
Richard Crowe: Lee Nicolls
Jefferson: Fred Pearson
Officer Harlow: Dorian Healy
Alex Collins: Ray Winstone
Logan: Bill Leadbitter
Denise Harlow: Jackie Morrison
Karen Preston: Charon Bourke
Barbara Manning: Penny Downie
Mrs Matthews: Marjorie Yates
Principal Officer Reeves: Edward Peel
Senior Officer Bryant: Trevor Cooper
Governor Gerrard: Pip Donaghy

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

Arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow • STEREO

: Weatherview

: Open University

The Emergence of Greek Mathematics








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