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: Open University

Equilibrium Rules OK?

: Westminster

: Reviving Antiques

Caring for pearls and amber. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: Daytime on 2

9.05 Help Your Child with Science: Air

9.15 Supersense: Super Scents
(Teletext)

9.45 You and Me: Reporting On a Day

10.00 Mathsworks

10.15 Sealladh is Seanchas: Tide Fhuar (Cold Weather)

10.30 Artshow: Moving Pictures

10.50 Mathspy: F2 to B4/Locks and Box

11.10 Landmarks: Transport - On the Rails

11.30 Geography Casebook: After Metal Bashing, Part 2

11.50 Q and A

11.55 Movable Feasts

12.10 Job Bank: Women's Royal Army Corps/RAF Technician

12.30 A-level Biology: Mechanisms of Change

12.50 Teaching Today: Infant Core Curriculum - Look What I Can Do

1.20 The Brollys

1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur

1.40 Music Time: Song Birds
(Stereo)

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me

: The Travel Show Traveller

John Thirlwell 's personal view of the Greek island of Zakinthos.

Contributors

Unknown: John Thirlwell

: Welcome to Surbiton

Twitching nets, ballroom dancing, wife-swapping and garden gnomes - all synonymous with the queen of the suburbs.
• TELETEXTSUBTITLES: page 888

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
Featuring Prime Minister's questions and other parliamentary highlights.
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather

: Losing at Cards

A documentary investigating the problem of credit card fraud.

: Film 92 Special

• STEREO

: Horizon

Iceman. The discovery of a remarkably well-preserved corpse, frozen in an alpine glacier for over 5,000 years. (Postponed from 6 May)

: Tarzan the Magnificent

Starring Gordon Scott When Tarzan captures a member of the notorious
Banton gang, he must take him through the jungle to Kairobi, with the Bantons on his tail and a stranded safari party in tow. Withjock Mahoney.
John Carradine and Lionel Jeffries. Director Robert Day
• FILMS: pages 49-54

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Scott
Unknown: When Tarzan
Unknown: Withjock Mahoney.
Unknown: John Carradine
Unknown: Lionel Jeffries.

: First Sight Sick.... and Tired

Britain's junior hospital doctors are still often on duty for more than 100 hours a week - despite a Government agreement to limit their hours. How are the doctors, and patients, coping and what is the future for a system which some doctors have described as a national scandal?
Producer Dick Meadows
Executive producer Peter Lowe
0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel

Contributors

Producer: Peter Lowe

: On the Line

Football star John Fashanu presents the investigative sports programme.
At the last reckoning, England's 92 football league clubs had a cumulative debt of Z130 million.
With players' wages actually exceeding income and crippling bank interest charges, many clubs are on the road to bankruptcy. Top of the debtors' league is once-proud Newcastle United. ProducerGed Clarke Editor David Taylor

Contributors

Unknown: John Fashanu
Editor: David Taylor

: Wildlife on Two

The Body Snatchers. In the Panamanian jungle and the deserts of Arizona the armies of the ants are on the march - raiding and pillaging the insect communities which live in their domain.
Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Keenan Smart
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: Rab C Nesbitt

Scotland's string-vested street philosopher is back in a new series written by Ian Pattison and starring Gregor Fisher Lesson. What did you learn in school today, Daddy? Look back in anger with Nesbitt, a 40-year-old schoolboy playing hookey from life.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Written By: Ian Pattison
Unknown: Gregor Fisher
RabCNesbitt: Gregor Fisher
Mary Nesbitt: Elaine Csmith
Jamesie Cotter: Tony Roper
EllaCotter: Barbara Rafferty
Burney: Eric Cullen
Gash: Andrew Fairlie
Dodie: Iain McColl
Andra: Brian Pettifer
Isobel/Rena: Susan Nisbet
Teacher: James Cosmo
Norrie: John Kazek
ha: Wilma Duncan

: ONE WORLD Developing Stories

A series of films by directors from developing countries. And the Dish Ran Away with the Spoon
The Caribbean is a melting-point for the world's civilisations; here, culture is politics and the region is forging a new identity from the dislocation of slavery and overseas domination. Today, the struggle for cultural independence happens on people's television screens every night. This wry, irreverent film from directors
Christopher Laird and Tony Hall looks at the whole question of cultural imperialism in the region and, through interviews, poetry, music and film clips, shows how foreign television programmes give Caribbean viewers a totally distorted view of their world.
Series producer Peter Firstbrook
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Christopher Laird
Unknown: Tony Hall
Producer: Peter Firstbrook

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: The Late Show

●STEREO

: Weatherview

: Open University

12.00 Weekend Outlook 12.05
Assessing Chances: common biases.

: RCN Nursing Update

The Healthy Heartand
Assessing Elderly People.
●INFORMATION: further details mthe 20 May issue of Nursing Standard








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