Malcolm Muggeridge visits Thomas Carlyle 's home in Chelsea, London.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Young people from Rouen show us around their homes.
Series of French for beginners, presented by Carolle Rousseau and Patrick Simpson-Jones.
Support Material: books, notes, computer software and cassettes available from bookshops.
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Another chance to see experiments from Take Nobody's Word for It, performed by Carol Vorderman and Prof Ian Fells.
0BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, price £3.99, available from bookshops.
Children in History. Teddy bears.
Badger Girl. Can Debbie make a pet of Stripey the badger?
Living the Fishing. Prawns are big business where once they were despised.
Wildlife. Music inspired by the falcon. (Stereo)
Streetwise. A view from above.
Is there life after death?
Language File. Looks at how children between 4 and 6 years old learn to talk.
Written Off. Winner of the Bafta Cymru Best
English-Language Drama of 1991. Setin contemporary
Cardiff, it portrays the world of "woopies" - well-off old people. Written by Derek Geer (Stereo)
The conflict between conservation and development interests around Edinburgh.
The Lion and the Mouse. If it hadn't been for Boris falling asleep over his tea....
Animation. It's hay-making time along Clearwater Canal.
Crystal Tipps and Alistair are baffled when they see the bushes moving.
Poet John Hegley holds a poetry workshop.
Followed by Words and Pictures (stereo)
Preview of OU programmes.
From Ascot's Charity Raceday.
2.30 Cheveley Park Stud Stakes (Handicap. Im2f)
3.05 Berkeley Stakes (Handicap. 5f)
3.35 EwarStud Farms Stakes for
Apprentices (Handicap. Im4f) Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Producer Wendy Sheppard ● STEREO
and Regional News; Weather
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Bartholomew [text removed] was born physically handicapped with a rare muscle disease. His future looked bleak and his parents,
David and Lynne, did not know how they, or he, would cope. Eight years on they tell their story.
This film examines the stories of six bewildering missing persons cases.
The return of the motoring series.
Classic 1960s puppet series. Sea of Oil. A series of mysterious explosions destroy some off-shore oil rigs. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Spy drama from the 60s.
Starring Robert Vaughn, David McCallum
Illya is assigned to destroy THRUSH'S security records.
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Rare black-and-white archive film of rock, pop, and R 'n' B stars.
The Beat Boom. In 1964, BBC2 arrived. With it came The Beat
Room which catered to the art school craze for rhythm and blues music.
Producer David Jeffcock
Executive producers John Archer and Michael Jackson • STEREO
With Robert Fox of The Daily Telegraph.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Series on Asian affairs.
Legal Entry. Professions which should be bastions against racial discrimination are proving to be bastions of racial exclusivity. But. as this report reveals, Asians trying to become solicitors and barristers, are not being given the same opportunities as white graduates. Producer Nav Raman
Series producer Charles Bruce ● STEREO
Pick of the Bunch. Highlights from the last series including the Floriade Flower Festival in Holland, and Kath Dryden , a leading light in the Alpine Garden Society.
Series producer Rosemary Forgan Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
Last in the comedy sketch series, starring Louise Beattie , Gregor Fisher , Andy Gray , Helen Lederer , Tony Roper , Elaine C Smith and Jonathan Watson. Director Brian Jobson
Producers Philip Differ. Colin Gilbert * STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888
A trilogy about tribal passions in three European nations. Tribes of Europe
2: Without a City Wall.The
Abrahamses have returned to
Berlin after 50 years in Russia. Stefan Brandt and his half-sister Irmgard Wittkuhn were separated by the Berlin Wall for 30 years. Together they now re-open the case against their father who was accused of spying.
In a changing, disorienting Berlin, both families reach a new understanding of what it means to be German.
Editors Alan Bookbinder and Bill Hilary A Dan Marks production for BBCtv
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Short films about time.
Nine 0 'Clock. A regular walk to work becomes a surreal journey through the seasons. At ten to nine in the morning a man sets off through the City of London. He experiences a year of changing weather and seasons. (Final programme tomorrow)
With Jeremy Paxman.
The young British pianist Julian Joseph shares the studio with saxophonist Branford Marsalis. Series producer Kriss Rusmanis
Executive producer Michael Jackson ● STEREO
Live from Havana, Cuba, the first of three days' coverage. The British men's team is trying to win the World Cup for the first time. Olympic champion Linford Christie hopes to give his side a big boost by winning tonight's 100 metres. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
Producer Martin Webster
Editor John Rowlinson ● STEREO