A personal view of Landseer's The Monarh of the Glen.
A look at the Pilot Cutters of the Bristol Channel.
The Pathe News of 1952. ,
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 children. Repeats are not separately indicated.
9.00 Great Experiments: Number
Crunching 9.2S Topics: Far Away
But Not Forgotten/If Only I Could
9.45 Storytime: Norah's Ark
10.00 Mathsworks: Using Graphs
10.18 Music Time: Mechanical , Sounds (stereo) 10.40 Square 1:
The Case of the Willing Parrot
11.00 Zig Zag: The Olympics - Human Bodies 11.20
Lernexpress: Ich Uber Mich 11.35
Sports Science: WinningThrough
11.55 Geography Case Book: Pastures New 12.15 Job Bank: Computer Consultant/
Primary School Teacher 12.35
Lifeschool: Profit Sharing 1.00 The Geography Programme: Retail Chain 1.20 Fingermouse 1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur 1.40
Landmarks: Transport - the Docks Today 2.00 News and Weather followed by Storytime
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and Regional News; Weather
The Rhino War. The battle to save the black rhino in Kenya and Zimbabwe.
Inside the world of the occult.
Lurch takes dance lessons.
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Normski's guests tonight include Adeva, Oceanic and Kym Sims. Plus Monie Love on film from New York.
Director Mike Adams
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Documentary series about life in a typical American high school. Victories. Alex, a final year student who has kicked drugs, is now counselling other students who have drugs-related problems.
The series in which the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
Adoption: Whose Needs Come First? Nicola Jennings was adopted as a baby 30 years ago. In this personal film, she challenges the assumptions behind the new trend for so-called "open adoption", which encourages continuing contact between adoptive families and birth families. She puts the case that the silent majority of adopted people like herself who don't wish to search for their birth parents are regarded as "deviant" and not consulted.
Producer Nicola Jennings
Executive producer Giles Oakley A Goldhawk production for BBCtv
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Memories of three women locked into a video world is the theme of tonight's dance film in the Commissions and Collaborations season.
Choreographer Paul Clayden worked with stills photographer Chris Nash who makes his debut as a director.
The population of the world is growing faster now than at any other time in history: the UN projects that it will double in 60 years. Any other animal community which grows at an unprecedented rate will crash spectacularly when it exceeds the "carrying capacity" of its environment - it will run out of food and destroy its life support systems. When will the human population reach the carrying capacity of its planet, and will life be worth living when it does? Producer Bettina Lemer Editor Jana Bennett
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Adaptation of Raymond Chandler 's detective novel, starring Robert Mitchum
Giant ex-con Moose Molloy offers Philip Marlowe the job of finding his long-lost love, and he's a hard man to turn down.
With Harry Dean Stanton ,
Joe Spinell and Sylvester Stallone. Director Dick Richards
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Peter Snow and Francine Stock.
Arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow • STEREO
Physics: Magnetic Confinement