Jane Austen 's home.
Today: the swing.
(Rpt) (Tomorrow on the tee)
Note: repeats are not indicated. How to make a video diary. (Stereo)
Everyday life in Paris through the eyes of two teenage presenters. (Stereo)
The world of mechanisms, with Dilly Bellingham and Mat Irvine.
For infants. Pears and pairs.
Today's story is Catch That Hatby Emma Chichester
Clark. And Mr Boom finds that children play outdoors, whatever the weather.
Badger Girl. Debbie has befriended Stripey the badger.
Maths for young teenagers.
Surface area; data in pictures.
Children in History. The story of the first cuddly teddy bears. A Spelthorne production for BBCtv
Author Michael Morpurgo talks about how to develop stories, followed by the second part of his short story Sam 's Duck. (Stereo)
The children are challenged to find three different rocks. (Stereo)
Wildlife. The flight of the peregrine falcon gives the children musical ideas. (Stereo)
The Man from MI5 (2). Classic puppet series, in French.
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) 0WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City, Wood Lane, London W 12 2 7TS.
Economic and Industrial
Understanding. Comedy about a young man who commits a series of consumer gaffes.
The Management of Pupil
Behaviour. Final programme for primary school teachers.
On Your Bikes. PC Pinkerton teaches bicycle safety.
Close to the Ground. Music and narration by Don Spencer.
Cartoon adventures of a young girl and her dog.
On the New Road. Making a decision for or against the building of a new by-pass. A Trio production for BBCtv
Alma Moore - Bereavement
The widow of broadcaster Ray Moore talks about how together they faced up to his dying, and how she has since coped with bereavement.
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by All Our Children
The world of childhood.
Fighting for Health. How children and their parents around the world come to terms with illness and disability.
and Regional News; Weather
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Across the South Pacific. Dame Naomi James travels 5,000 miles across the South Pacific, from Tonga to the remote and still-primeval Easter Island. (Rpt; ● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
A film about the women who helped to build and operate the railroads in America, from the middle of the 19th century to the present day.
Featuring Patriot Games starring Harrison Ford , Just Like a Woman with Julie Walters , and a fresh outing for the 50-year-old Casablanca.
Adventure starring Kenneth More
1905: a British officer rescues a young Hindu prince from a rebellion and sets out on an old steam locomotive to take him from rebel territory to safety.
Director J Lee Thompson
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Sir John Windham:
A series celebrating the role of engineering in modern society. Accidents Will Happen
Machines will always go wrong, so engineers must make them fail safely. This fail-safe approach to design is at the heart of all complex technology from a fuse box to a space shuttle. Can engineers predict every eventuality or will accidents always happen? Tonight's programme searches for the perfect answer - but finds that people can always fool machines. Director Paul Fabricius
A Uden production for BBCtv
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A gastronomic tour of Spain. Andalucia. Refreshed with iced soup and sangria,
Keith Floyd is serenaded by guitarist John Williams. His quest for the real Andalucia takes him into the cool mountains of the Sierra
Nevada where he cooks rabbit, ham and wild mushrooms.
Director David Pritchard
Executive producer Robert Love A Lifetime production for BBCtv
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Offbeat comedy show starring David Baddiel , Hugh Dennis , Rob Newman and Steve Punt.
Director/Producer Marcus Mortimer ● STEREO
If the Rains Don't Come
Zimbabwe is gripped by the worst drought in living memory. A country that was once the grainstore for southern Africa is becoming dependent on aid. In the most extensive animal rescue scheme ever undertaken, hippos, zebra and buffalo are being rounded up. But some animals can't be saved - a thousand elephants may be killed and their meat fed to the hungry people. In the south where no rain at all fell last year, half a million people face starvation. Julian Pettifer reports from Zimbabwe, where the crops have failed, the cattle have died and the ground is too hard for planting. Producer Paul Cleary
Editor Amanda Theunissen
A Royal Geographical Society production for BBCtv
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Short films about our experience of time.
The Tide. As coastal erosion is eating away the Norfolk coastline, a cottage is gradually falling into the sea.
The arts and media magazine. ● STEREO
Understanding Violence - the work of a senior prison psychologist.