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: Open University

Physics: Lightning Does Strike Twice!

: Westminster

: Canvas

The paintings of Jack Yeats.

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Yeats.

: A Week to Remember

The Pathe News of 1952.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 Great Experiments: Another Time, Another Place

9.25 Mathspy: F2 to B4/Locks and Box

9.45 Storytime: The Rajah's Secret

10.00 Mathsworks: Place Value and Large Numbers

10.18 Music Time: Song Birds
(Stereo)

10.40 Job Bank: Dental Surgery - Assistant/Dental Technician

11.00 Zig Zag: Gardens and Growth - Fruit
(Teletext)

11.20 La Maree et ses Secrets

11.35 Sports Science: Faster, Faster!

11.55 Geography Case Book: After Metal Bashing

12.15 A-level German: Funf Wochen im Herbst - Teil 1

12.35 Lifeschool: Something in the Air

1.00 A-level Biology: Mechanisms of Change 2

1.20 Fingermouse

1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur

1.40 Landmarks: Transport - On the Rails

2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime

: Westminster reports

fShown yesterday at 12noon)

: J M Barrie Lived Here

Places important to the writer.

: News; Weather Praise Be!

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: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: ONE WORLD One World Art

International artists present their vision of One World.

: Grand Prix

The San Marino Grand Prix.

: The Travel Show Traveller

Arcachon, south west France.

: One In Four

A report from the Congress of Disabled Peoples International, in Vancouver, Canada. With signing and subtitles.
0 TELETEXTSUBTITLES: page 888

: Film 92 with Barry Norman

• STEREO .

: The Addams Family

TheAddams Family Meets the VIPs. Delegates from a foreign nation receive a shock when they visit the Addams family.
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: DEFII

Dance Energy House Party Normski continues his summer party by introducing Cicero and teenage pop sensation Ce Ce Peniston. Plus an appearance by the Utah Saints and Body
Talk, the black British answer to America's Chippendales. Studio director Mike Adams
Series producer Jaswinder Bancil • STEREO
• MUSIC AND ARTS: page 14

Contributors

Director: Mike Adams

: Yearbook

A documentary series about a year in the life of a typical American high school.
Seventeen. The stories of two students pursuing their dreams: Heidi is goalkeeper for the Glenbard West hockey team and sees an athletic scholarship as her only chance of getting into college; Marlon is a singer and dancer who dreams of stardom while he competes in a talent show at Chicago's Regal Theatre.
7.25pm Tex Avery
Double bill featuring Avery's sententious creation Droopy.

: Open Space

The series in which the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
Fighting Talk. With fascism on the rise in Germany and France, right-wing extremists in Britain are on the move.
However, Anti Fascist Action have been waging a war on the streets. In their film, they show that to win the hearts and minds of young working-class men, traditionally used as footsoldiers by the fascists, they have to earn their respect, which, they believe, takes more than just waving a banner. Producer Ray Hough
Executive producer Giles Oakley
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
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Contributors

Producer: Ray Hough
Producer: Giles Oakley

: Horizon

Fast Life in the Food Chain
An investigation into the continuing search to make livestock and poultry grow even faster and even bigger.
Broiler chickens are developed at nearly twice the speed of 40 years ago, and are thought by some to be in chronic pain towards the end of their short lives. Bone joint problems have been identified in pigs and exhaustion and emaciation in dairy cows. Zoologist Colin Tudge asks if there are biological limits to productivity? Producer Deborah Cadbury Editor Jana Bennett
A Box production for BBCtv
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Contributors

Unknown: Colin Tudge
Producer: Deborah Cadbury
Editor: Jana Bennett

: Little Girl Lost

First showing on network television for this drama based on true events.
Starring Tess Harper Frederic Forrest
Five-year-old Tella has led an idyllic life with her foster parents, but she tells them that her natural father abuses her, and she no longer wants to visit him.
Director Sharron Miller
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 • FILMS: pages 49-54

Contributors

Unknown: Tess Harper
Unknown: Frederic Forrest
Director: Sharron Miller
Clara Brady: Tess Harper
Tim Brady: Frederic Forrest
Andrea Neuman: Patricia Kalember
Tella: Marie Martin

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

Arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow * STEREO

Contributors

Editor: Janice Hadlow

: Weathervlew

: Open University

Open Forum - part of the "One
World" season. As the Earth Summit approaches, a look at research into sources of renewable energy.








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