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The last programme in the series about insects looks at their working lives.
A portrait of Italy seen through the lives of different Italians.
Today: publishing heiress Giovanna Mazzocchi.
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Changing to a new school.
Five-part French language series. (Stereo)
Design a room using computer graphics. Presented by Dilly Bellingham and Mat Irvine.
A series for infants. Spike learns about growing up.
Today's story is Abigail at the Beach by Felix Pirani. And
Mr Boom finds out what other people do at the seaside.
Badger Girl (1). Debbie begins her farm holiday.
Maths for young teenagers. Today: using data.
Children in History. Comparing family holidays now and 90 years ago. New programmes. (Stereo) A Spelthorne production for BBCtv
New programmes in which Michael Morpurgo introduces a dramatisation of his short story Sam's Duck. (Stereo)
Can four children prevent a shipwreck on their island? (stereo;
Wildlife. The movements of the otter suggest sounds that make up a piece of music. (Stereo)
New series of an old favourite. But this time it's all in French!
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) WRITE TO: Q and A. [address removed]
Economic and Industrial Understanding. Consumer rights and responsibilities. New programmes. (Stereo)
The Management of Pupil Behaviour. First of two programmes on the problems facing primary school teachers.
In the last of the series, some of the musical notes escape. (Stereo);
Crystal Tipps bakes bread.
Community Understanding New programmes for secondary schools. A Trio production for BBCtv
How one woman has coped with the discovery that her son has schizophrenia.
With signing and subtitles.
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The story of a small rope-making firm in Yorkshire.
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Singer/composer Billy Bragg and broadcaster Andy Kershaw go to Bolivia to find the perilous 17th-century silver routes to the Pacific coast.
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The lives of some workers have been ruined by secret vetting.
James Garrett investigates.
Featuring Unforgiven ,
A League of Their Own and The Hours and the Times.
I Jerry Lewis directs and stars in seven different roles in this comedy.
Under the terms of her father's will, a young heiress has to decide which of her uncles she wants as her guardian. With Sebastian Cabot and Donna Butterworth.
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The legend of Paul Bunyon.
Goodbye Janet, Goodbye John In Britain's recent national reading tests, more than a quarter of all 7-year-olds failed to meet the minimum standard.
Reading Recovery, a new teaching method pioneered in New Zealand, is about to be introduced in selected British schools. It is claimed that this scheme takes, at most, 20 weeks to bring the lowest performers up to the average and keep them there. It has already scored a success in the United States, Australia and Canada. The scheme's creator, Dame Marie Clay , talks about why British schools are failing. Producers David Dawson-Pick . James Reed Executive producer Jenny Stevens
A gastronomic tour of Spain.
The Costa Blanca. In Benidorm at festival time, Keith Floyd enjoys a heady brew of orange juice, champagne and Cointreau, before heading into the hills to track down the true taste of the Costa Blanca - gypsy stew, roast suckling pig and paella. Director David Pritchard
Executive producer Robert Page A Lifetime production for BBCtv
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Offbeat comedy show starring David Baddiel, Hugh Dennis, Rob Newman and Steve Punt.
Last in the series on British business culture.
Welcome Change. How change-resistant are British companies? Merely taking on board the technology of the future, while ignoring the need for change in work methods, does not augur well for success in the next century. Tonight's programme looks at the steps being taken in some enlightened British firms to redefine workplace attitudes and management structures, and discovers how they have engaged workforce commitment through greater personal responsibility and involvement. Director Malcolm Clark
Executive producer Nicholas Fraser A Panoptic production for BBCtv
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A series celebrating the role of engineering in modern society. The Fix. The wings on supersonic F- 18 aircraft are glued to the fuselage. Dzus fasteners unlock the skin of a Formula 1 car in 6.9 seconds.
There are nuts that will never undo, screws that won't come out, bolts that expand, airtight zippers and dissolving stitches. Tonight's programme unzips the mystery of fastenings. Director Hugh Whitworth
A Uden production for BBCtv
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With Francine Stock.
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