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: Made by Man

The basket maker's individual skills mean that every basket looks the same, yet they are all different.

: A Summer Journey: the Severn

4: Crossing and Docking
Angela Rippon explores the stretch of the Severn between
Shepperdine and the mouth of the Avon. She discusses the industrial pollution of the estuary and sees how its bed is regularly charted.
(Tomorrow: from Docks to Rocks)

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Rippon

: Daytime on Two: Play It Safe!: Poisoning and Choking

If you think your child has swallowed something poisonous, it's important not to panic. But what should you do next? Presented by Anneka Rice.
(Teletext)

(Daytime Two - Note: repeats are not indicated)

Contributors

Presenter: Anneka Rice.

: Global Environment

The alternatives to the destruction of the world's forests.

: Let's See: Go 4,5

Conservation. Billy discovers that he is responsible for his own rubbish.

: You and Me

Series for infants. Cosmo isn't really into recycling - or is she?

: Mathscope

What's the pattern of the weather? How likely is it to rain?

: Over the Moon

Birthdays don't just mean presents, - there are parties and games too.

: Ghostwriter

Can the Ghostwriter team rally together to unmask the mystery THABTOS?

: Thunderbirds

An old favourite - but it's all in French.
(Stereo)

11.05am Q and A
Your views on school television.
(Stereo)
Write to: Q and A, [address removed]

: Landmarks

Explorers and Encounters
The first episode of a two-part drama about how Christopher Columbus persuaded the King and Queen of Spain to sponsor his transatlantic voyage. (Stereo)

: Lernexpress

Second Year GCSE German
A school day in Germany.

: History File

The Roman Empire. Historical evidence is examined through the use of a computerised virtual reality museum. (Stereo)

: The Geography Programme

Rob Curling investigates the British tourist industry. (Stereo)

: Lifeschool

A drama about a yuppie estate agent who is seduced by the availability of easy credit, and ends up with more debts than he can cope with. (Stereo)

: Business Matters

Mind Your Own Business. How can you make your money do more for you? A new survey shows that family companies are a solid investment. What management lessons can families offer other businesses, and what benefit can be gained by investors? (Teletext)

: Bertha

Animation. Bertha has a faulty lever, but Mrs Tupp comes to the rescue.

: The Family Ness

The adventures of the Monster Family of Loch Ness.

: Music Time

What's the Time Mr Wolf ?
Grouping beats in twos, fours and sixes. (Stereo)

Contributors

Unknown: Mr Wolf

: News and Weather

Followed by You and Me

: Conservative Party Conference

Live coverage from the Conservative Conference, including debates on health, defence and national heritage with speeches from Virginia Bottomley, Malcolm Rifkind and David Mellor. Presented by Donald MacCormick , Vivian White with Huw Edwards.
Including at
3.00pm News and Weather
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES(news): page888

Contributors

Unknown: Malcolm Rifkind
Unknown: David Mellor.
Presented By: Donald MacCormick
Presented By: Vivian White
Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Golf

Further coverage of the Toyota World Match Play from the Wentworth Club. Surrey.

: Flipper

Film about a dolphin that was later developed into a television series. Young Sandy rescues an injured dolphin, but his fisherman father believes Flipper is a threat to his livelihood.
Director James B Clark
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 ● FILMS: pages 38-44

Contributors

Director: James B Clark
Porter Ricks: Chuck Connors
Sandy Ricks: Luke Halpin
Martha Ricks: Kathleen Maguire
Kim Parker: Connie Scott

: First Sight

The current affairs series for the south east returns with reports exploring the issues behind the region's news headlines. Executive producer Peter Lowe 0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Producer: Peter Lowe

: A Cook's Tour of France

Series celebrating modern French cuisine.
Alsace. This region defines itself through its culinary traditions - German cuisine refined by French sophistication. Mireille Johnston samples choucroute, and joins the natives at a festival devoted to the kugelhopf, a raisin yeast dough pastry.
Producer Clare Brigstocke
● STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p 888 ● FOOD: page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Mireille Johnston

: Top Gear

Formula 1 driver Martin Brundle road-tests the fastest and most expensive (£415,544) car in the world - the Jaguar XJ220 - to see if it can justify another superlative: the world's best supercar.
Three unlikely imports from an earlier age are also tried out: the Hindustan Ambassador and Enfield motorcycle from India, and the VW Beetle from Mexico. And there's a look at new automatic cameras aiming to catch speeding motorists. Presented by Tiff Needell, Chris Goffey and Janet Trewin. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
STEREO
INFORMATION: phone [number removed] for this week's test drive details and [number removed] for secondhand car information. Calls cost 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times.

Contributors

Unknown: Martin Brundle
Presented By: Tiff Needell
Presented By: Chris Goffey
Presented By: Janet Trewin.
Producer: Ken Pollock
Producer: Dennis Adams

: Bottom

Anarchic black comedy series starring and written by Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall. Culture. The TV has been taken away. To avoid boredom, Richie and Eddie face a choice of culture or insanity. Director/Producer Ed Bye
0 STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES; p888

Contributors

Written By: Adrian Edmondson
Written By: Rik Mayall.

: Present Imperfect: The Searchers

Films about life in 90s Britain.

Four young people in Clacton, Essex, have very different ambitions, but when you are 16 and leave school with less than great GCSEs, prospects in the job market are at best bleak. This film follows them as they cope with their first experiences of job-hunting.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Producer: Nick Godwin
Executive Producer: Paul Watson

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman

: The Late Show: Later

A new weekly music series presented by Jools Holland, including two guest bands plus an additional acoustic set. Producer Mark Cooper says Later will provide an eclectic mix of artists: "It is not intended to be rock- or chart-orientated, although we do hope to feature some mainstream artists."
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Jools Holland
Producer: Mark Cooper

Blog posts that mention this programme:

Pop TV - From Hit Parade to Later... 15 February 2017
Sunday Post: The Rock 'n' Roll Years 13 September 2015

: Weatherview

: BBC Select: RCN Nursing Update

Another chance to record units 13 and 14. Recorders should be set for Friday.








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