The Midlands Enlightenment
The 80-ft Brixham sailing trawler Lorne Leaderis 100 years old and still earning her keep. Her skipper,
Donald Hind , manages to make a living from her, while at the same time conserving part of our maritime heritage. Undersail takes a holiday cruise in the Hebrides. Narrated by Tom Salmon.
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 Lernexpress: Freizeit
mystery adventure series.
9.45 Storytime: The Bear's Water Picnic
10.00 Mathsworks: Probability
10.18 Music Time: Chinese Music (Stereo)
10.40 Square One: The Case of the Map with a Gun
11.00 Zig Zag: The Olympics - Animal Olympics
11.20 Teaching Today: Singing Is Central
11.50 Watch: Festivals - Notting Hill Carnival
12.05 Japanese Language and People: All in a Day's Work
12.35 Lifeschool: Robotics
documentary exploring the use and effects of robotics in a modern British industry.
1.00 The Geography Programme: There's a Golf Course on the Farm
a look at changing land use over the last 40 years.
1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair
1.40 Landmarks: Transport - Beside the Seaside
2.00 News and Weather
followed by Storytime
England v Pakistan Live coverage of the afternoon's play on the final day at Edgbaston. ● STEREO
3.00pm News; Weather
3.50pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
Normski's guests tonight include Innocence and Altern 8, plus a glimpse of Lisa Stansfield 's hectic life on the road.
Director Mike Adams
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Documentary series about life in a typical American high school. Love Stories. An Italian father refuses to talk to his daughter because he disapproves of her boyfriend; a young couple face the realities of teenage pregnancy, and a Valentine's Day flower might lead to success at the school dance.
The series in which the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
Finished at 40. Life was sweet for Robert Smith , a secure job at British Aerospace, a nice home. Then he was made redundant, and two years and 500 applications later he remains unemployed, a victim of age discrimination.
Philip and Bernice Walker , who made this film, found his transition from managing director to the dole queue almost too great a shock -
3,000 suicides each year are blamed directly on long-term unemployment. His anger made him create the Campaign against Age Discrimination in Employment, and make use of the qualifications and expertise that the captains of industry have been quick to throw aside. Producer Paul Pierrot
Executive producer Giles Oakley
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A Question of Sport....
Evidence of a massive sporting fraud perpetrated by scientists in the former communist state of East Germany has been uncovered. The GDR's phenomenal Olympic success throughout the 80s was attributed to a near-perfect system for producing world champions. But did they break the rules?
Tonight's programme reveals a secret drug programme for the elite that was codenamed "state plan 14.25". Some of the "doping doctors" tell how they beat drug controls, experimented on teenage girls, and used neuropeptides on champions. Who is to blame when the state corrupts both sport and science? Producer Sally Doganis Editor Jana Bennett
A Box production for BBCtv
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Thriller starring Robert Preston
Dennis Riordan 's daughter is brutally raped, robbed and murdered, but even though the killer is caught and confesses to the crime, he is released through a legal loophole. His life in ruins, Dennis is determined to see justice done.
Director Walter Grauman 0 FILMS: pages 45-52
Judge Aaron Klein:
Judge Michael Lengel:
With Francine Stock and Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media magazine. EditorJanice Hadlow ● STEREO
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