9.00 France Francais: Jerome
9.15 Teaching Today: Health Education
9.45 Watch: People Who Help Us: Shopping: Supermarket
10.00 Look and Read: Skyhunter: A Friend in Need
10.20 Around Scotland: Winter Visitors
10.40 Into Music: Rap
11.00 Diez Temas: De Compras
11.15 English Express: Creating Worlds
11.35 TV6: Nippon: The Learning Machine: Part 1
12.00 English File: Great Expectations
12.30 Scene: Examinations - The Stress Factor
1.00 The Brunel Experience: A Watery Grave
1.35 King Rollo
1.40 English Time: How Comics Tell Stories
2.00 News and Weather
Words and Pictures: The Enormous Turnip
A preview of OU programmes.
With Helen Rollason.
Highlights of the Nissan Los
Angeles Open from California.
A preview of tomorrow's Five Nations Championship matches. England face Wales at
Twickenham, and Scotland entertain France at Murrayfield.
A preview of the FA Cup Sixth Round, and a look back at the midweek action.
Producer Sharon Lence Editor Hoddy Wood
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia. • STEREO
Spring. Looking at the seasons with shepherd and freelance farm worker Richard Seabrook.
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Gerry and Sylvia Anderson 's "supermarionation" series. The Duchess Assignment
Lady Penelope attracts the attention of a gang of art thieves on the French Riviera. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
The Sea Devils
A six-part sci-fi adventure from the 70s, starring Jon Pertwee 1: Jo (Katy Manning ) and the Doctor visit the evil Master
(Roger Delgado ) who is locked up in an island prison. Or is he? Episode written by Malcolm Hulke Producer Barry Letts
Director Michael Briant
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Mark Fisher, MP, and architect Sir Richard Rogers have written A New London, an analysis of the problems facing the capital city. From the top of a double-decker bus, they identify urban planning faults created by piecemeal development.
The poll tax has only 12 months to live but its legacy is likely to plague councils for years to come. Reporting from
Manchester on one council's fight to collect the poll tax, John Andrew examines the long-term impact of non-payment. Producer Fiona Macbeth Editor Nigel Chapman
Stephen Lacey examines herbs in his quest for scent in the garden. In Sri Lanka,
Liz Rigbey looks at gardening in a tropical climate, and at home, Geoff Hamilton demonstrates new methods of pruning roses. Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
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Victoria Wood 's 1986 comedy series. With Julie Walters , Celia Imrie and Dora Bryan.
Director/Producer Geoff Posner
Croatia - the Artists' War
This film asks how the culture of a country survives amid gunfire. Ivan Rabuzin , the 71-year-old Croatian artist, says his paintings stand as accusations. "They show an image of earthly heaven and they are based on the real world in which I feel happy, in which I paint. But if that real world is being destroyed, then how can I make any links to the ideal, the earthly heaven?" While Rabuzin paints, other artists from the performing and visual arts have joined the fighting in more dramatic ways. Director Bill Leeson
Senes editors Nigel Finch. Anthony Wall
Richard Littlejohn of The Sun looks at the week's press. A Granada production for BBCtv
lain MacWhirter follows the parliamentary committees. Editor Geoffrey Sumner
First showing on network television.
Nuno comes to visit his married sister on her husband's farm.
There, he discovers undercurrents of forbidden passion amid the placid country life. A Portuguese film with English subtitles.
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