The story of brown boats and wherries, traditional Norfolk crafts which have survived unchanged on the Broads.
Narrated by Tom Salmon.
2: Tidesandthe WestBank
Angela Rippon continues her journey down the river below
Gloucester, finding out how the remarkable natural phenomenon of the Severn bore is caused. She also visits the Forest of Dean.
(Tomorrow: the Vale of Berkeley)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00am Tutorial Topics
Who wants to earn money while still at school? And how important is it?
A look at art and hi-tech in Paris with teenage presenters Jean and Sirine. (Stereo;
Structures. How the windows of the great glass pyramid at the Louvre in Paris are cleaned.
And Dilly Bellingham visits a famous Japanese artist.
For infants. Isabelle and Dibs lose Spike in the village.
Alec Heggie reads the story of The Awful Birthday Present by Minna Taylor. Birthdays don't just mean presents - there are parties and games too.
Badger Girl. Somebody, somewhere is up to no good.
Maths for young teenagers. Today: does a hotter month mean more ice-cream sales?
Children in History. A Victorian schoolday is re-created. With David Wood. (StereoJ
A Spelthorne production for BBCtv
A guide to writing soaps with Lesley Davies and Les Dennis. (Stereo)
The children investigate some of the many sounds on the island. (Stereo)
Balloons. Poems and songs about hot air balloons. (Stereo)
The Man from M75(Part4) An old favourite - but now in French. (Stereo)
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) ● WRITE TO: Q and A. BBC White City. Wood Lane. London W 12 7TS.
Economic and Industrial
Understanding. A drama about a yuppie estate agent. (Stereo)
David Bellamy enthuses about the local environment in the first of two programmes on the new geography curriculum for primary schools.
Although PC Pinkerton is nearly late, he discovers that Inspector Belle is really late!
If I could fly, if I could fly,
I would flap my wings and wave the world goodbye.
Narrated by Don Spencer.
The adventures of a family of monsters in Loch Ness.
Can a new road be built without harming the wildlife? A Tno production for BBCtv
Coverage continues with a speech by Douglas Hurd , Foreign Secretary, an important debate by the Conservative representatives on Europe, plus discussions on food and farming.
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
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Featuring Boomerang with Eddie Murphy and Robin Givens , Beauty and the Beast, the Disney cartoon arriving in time for half-term, and As You Like It, transferring to the cinema courtesy of Christine Edzard.
An adaptation of H G Wells's classic science fiction story with Oscar-winning special effects, starring Rod Taylor Yvette Mimieux
New Year's Eve, 1899: a brilliant young inventor amazes his companions by informing them that he intends to take a voyage into the future. Hurtling forward through thousands of centuries in his time machine, George eventually comes to rest in a paradise that soon turns into a nightmare.
Director George Pal
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The specialist foreign affairs programme with weekly reports on issues of international interest.
Mexico: for a Few Dollars
More. In 1910, the cry of "Land and Liberty" sparked off the Mexican Revolution. This year, President Salinas signed a trade agreement with the old enemy - the United States. Out went socialist sloganeering and in came talks of free markets, privatisation and deregulation. Hugh O'Shaughnessy asks whether the grandchildren of peasant leaders Zapata and Pancho Villa can survive the new capitalist revolution. Producer Phil Rees Editor John Morrison
Ridley Scott's visual fantasy, starring Tom Cruise, Tim Curry
In a magical world of elves, goblins, unicorns and fairies, a young girl comes under the terrifying shadow of a horned, cloven-footed demon - the Lord of Darkness.
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
First of four programmes in which
British servicemen talk about their experience of war.
Heroes and Cowards. A bomb disposal man approaching a crater in Northern Ireland, an airman unable to face his 20th mission over Germany, a young recruit missing from a bloody
Falklands battle, soldiers eager to escape the mud of a Flanders trench - across this century,
British servicemen have faced fear, and chosen between glory and disgrace.
Producer Michael Dutfield
Executive producer PeterSalmon
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv 0 DOCUMENTARIES: page 12
Presented by James Cox.
The arts and media magazine. e STEREO
I First of five programmes I recorded at this year's Brecon Jazz Festival.
Guitarist Pat Metheny , with Roy Haynes on drums and Dave Holland on bass, proves that the jazz guitar is very much alive and kicking.
Director Paul Islwyn Thomas Producer Jonathan Davies