Earthquakes: Seismology at Work
An update on the latest debates and issues raised in Parliament.
9.00 Tutorial Topics: Girls v Boys
9.10 Standard Grade: History - Have Standards Fallen?
9.30 Ici Paris: Paris au jour le jour
9.45 You and Me: Full Up
10.00 Square 1: Movement
10.15 Over the Moon: Days and Months
10.30 Art Work: Appearances
10.50 Mathsphere: On Shaky Ground/Twin Peaks
11.10 Landmarks: The Second World War - Occupation
11.30 Geography Programme: Why Industry Comes and Goes (Part 1)
11.50 Topics: Money/Just My Mum, My Sister and Me
12.10 Let's See: Go 4 5
12.30 Science in Action: What's Cooking?
12.50 Teaching Today: Teachers into Business and Industry - Curriculum Outcomes
1.20 Charlie Chalk
1.35 King Rollo
1.40 Music Time: Catacombs
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News and information on rights, benefits and the law for consumers of welfare and public services. This edition includes a report on the Citizens' Charter on Transport, which promises better and privatised railways to protect the customers' interests.
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Today's proceedings in Parliament, including Prime Minister's Question Time.
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Word game with Paul Coia. ●STEREO
The second of six programmes following Jack Pizzey 's journey through South East Asia sees him venturing into communist Cambodia and Vietnam.
Director/Producer Hugh Piper (Rpt; * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Amid mounting tension, the US President leaves Washington. But his plane crashes, apparently killing all on board.
Director Daryl Duke
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Every year, countless children are "lost" to our education system because ordinary schools cannot cope with their delinquency. During the 70s and 80s, Sally Trench ran one of the most successful units to bring such children back from the brink - Project Spark.
Michael Delahaye follows her efforts to re-ignite the project. Executive producer Peter Lowe
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Another showing for the series about British exoticism.
Right Is Wrong. A New Age community beside a Scottish air base, an experimental school in the Home Counties and a furniture factory in a wood. With Jonathan Meades. Producer David F Turnbull
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Reports on how Ford's new Escort XR3i faces up to the competition from hatchback rivals like the Volkswagen Golf GTi, Britain's new tyre-test law, and cruising America's
Sunshine State in the original "muscle car" - the Mustang. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
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Spage-age comedy written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor.
Starring Chris Barrie, Craig Charles.
Rimmer is taken prisoner inside his own mind.
A Grant Naylor production for BBCtv
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Last story from the new Spain. Forging Forward. As the Olympics approach, Barcelona is selling itself as a model for
Spain's future: efficient, stylish and mature. But will its sophistication extinguish the fire in the Spanish blood? Presented by Ian Gibson. Producer Jeremy Mills
Series producer Alan Bookbinder
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Last in the series of do-it-yourself interviews.
With Clare Short , MP, best known for her anti-"page 3" campaign, who asks herself if she is screwed up about sex. Producer Michael Davies
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By the Conservative Party.
(Also at 9.00pm on BBC1 and 9.55pm on ITV)
Including a look at how Woody Allen sees America. Presented by Robert Krulwich. ●STEREO