Physics: Vibrations of Music
A restored Victorian yawl.
9.00 Watch: Conservation - Our Countryside 9.15 Ghostwriter - mystery-adventure series 9.45 Storytime: Bear Shadow 10.00
Mathsworks: Areas of Odd Shapes
10.18 Music Time: Lanterns and Lions (Stereo) 10.40 Topics: Street Safe/Parents 11.00 Zig Zag: The 1992 Olympics 11.20 Greek
Language and People 11.45 Job Bank: Railway Technician/Air
Traffic Controller 12.05 Japanese Language and People 12.35
Lifeschool: The Skills Gap 1.00 The Geography Programme: Oases in the Desert (Stereo) 1.20
Fingermouse 1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair 1.40 Landmarks:
Transport - Out in the Country 2.00 News and Weather; Storytime
Followed by Praise Be!
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3.40pm News; Weather and Regional News; Weather
With Philippa Forrester.
Bodger and Badger
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Last in the series featuring the weirdest family on television. The Addams Family Meets a Beatnik. A motorcyclist takes refuge with the Addamses when he crashes into their house. (Blackandwhite)
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In the last of the series,
Normski's guests include Carter USM and rapper Marky Mark. DirectorMike Adams
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Documentary series about life in a typical American high school. Crossroads. Graduation looms for the pupils of Glenbard High. Principal Sue Bridge thinks she might not complete her PhD in time and Roy realises flirting won't get him through his exams.
How to Kiss
Director Bill Ptympton
The series in which the public make programmes under their own editorial control.
Until the Lions. This provocative but entertaining film showcases the rapidly expanding social movement "Afrocentrism". Leo Chester, a rising star of the comedy circuit, explains why people of African descent worldwide are challenging the complacent assumptions which downgrade and dismiss the contribution of Africa to world civilisation. And some British Africans and African Americans air their views on the growth of Afrocentrism. Made by Kenny Bakie of Mwalimu, an African educational group, the title is taken from an old African proverb: "Until the lions have their historians, tales of hunting will always glorify the hunter." Director Jackie Osei-Tutu
Executive producer Giles Oakley
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Genes R Us
The last programme in the series looks at the stereotyped image of the scientist.
For nine months a gene research group at Manchester
University has been using a home video camera to record laboratory life. The result is a gripping and at times hilarious account of the trials and tribulations of a group of young scientists, who share the same experiences as the rest of us. Producer John Lynch Editor Jana Bennett
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An off-beat American comedy caper by Louis Malle , director of Pretty Baby and Atlantic City.
Starring Donald Sutherland Jack Warden , Sean Penn In San Francisco's Mission district, old man Garvey is infamous for his meanness. His pawn shop, regular haunt for various down-on-their-luck locals like Weslake and Dillard, is also home to a particularly large and tempting safe.
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Arts and media magazine. Editor Janice Hadlow
The Sellingof the New Deal