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This week Anneka Rice investigates cycle accidents, one of the biggest killers of older children. (Teletext)
This week's programme explores alternative energy and practical methods of energy conservation.
Series for infants. Baxter and Spike take a muddled message.
Shops and Supermarkets. The bigger the pack, the better the value?
Mr Boom dresses up as a soldier and Kathy Murphy reads him a story of a little girl who dresses up as a witch.
Firework Safety with Ed Banger , Vince Volcano and Cathy Wheel.
Who Burned Mr Brinker 's
Store? Episode one of a mystery adventure designed to make the printed word exciting to children. When Mr Brinker 's video store burns down, Jamal is the prime suspect.
An old favourite in French. (stereo)
Your views on school television. (stereo;
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Explorers and Encounters
Following Columbus, European exploration soon led to trade and colonisation. (stereo;
Hamburg teenagers show off their city.
The Roman Empire. Who was a typical Roman? fstereo;
There's a Golf Course on the Farm. Rob Curling looks at changing land use over the last 40 years. (stereo)
Careers. Craig Charles asks young people to take advice. (Stereo)
A Will of Iron. The tale of two rival companies - one English, one French, both in heavy industry, rooted in ancient traditions. When the French company buys out the English, there is a battle of contrasting management styles. (Teletext)
Hugo the cook stumbles upon a cure for the common cold.
Different music makes the same scene feel frightening, magical or mysterious. (Stereo;
Five guests gather for a weekend break at a luxury hotel where the tunes of the resident pianist unlock their secrets.
Bryan McNerney visits
Georgetown, Malaysia, a commercial centre which owes its prosperity to a Suffolk man. (Rpt;
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's Questions.
and Regional News; Weather
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Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. The latest frames from Round 5 with James Wattana (7) and Gary Wilkinson (8) the high seeds due for action. With David Vine.
Return of the series that provides the facts about the food we eat.
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Lombardy in the Middle Ages: the tyrant Ulrich takes prisoner the son of the heroic leader of a band of mountaineers.
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The Burglary Business
In the midst of the recession the burglary business is booming, with a turnover of one million pounds a day in the south east. Antonia Higgs reports. Producer Mike Mortimer
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Modern French cuisine, with Mireille Johnston.
Burgundy. A look at the famous specialities of this region, considered the gastronomic centre of France: the great wine, used in coq au vin, cheeses and snails. Mireille also meets France's newest three-star Michelin chef, Bernard Loiseau.
Producer Clare Brigstocke
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On the first day of the Motor Show, the programme comes from the NEC, Birmingham, and features the most important new models, including Rover's fastest road car, the 200 coupe, Ford's updated Escort, and the British-built Nissan Micra. Plus a road test of two new exciting sports coupes, the Mazda RX7 and the Mitsubishi 3000GT.
And a chance to win a highspeed ride in a Jaguar XJ220. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams ●STEREO
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Starring and written by Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall. Parade. After helping police with their enquiries, Richie meets an old comrade. With
Andy De La Tour, Christopher Ryan , Patsy Rowlands , Chris Langham and Rory Bremner. Director/Producer Ed Bye
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Films about life in 90s Britain.
The Comeback. A star in the 50s and 60s, Joan Turner 's career as a comedienne faded as a result of marriage break-ups and alcoholism. In 1991, aged 68, she became Aunty Lou in Brookside at a time when the show was itself under threat. Could either of them make a comeback?
Producer Marilyn Gaunt
Executive producer Paul Watson ●STEREO
By the Labour Party. With subtitles.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The music series continues, with a host of guests. Producer Mark Cooper * STEREO
Highlights of tonight's session. * STEREO
RCN Nursing Update: another chance to record units 15 and 16. Recorders should be set for Friday.