What to see and do in Bath.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Episode two of a five-part drama for secondary school students learning French.
Systems (1). The radio data system, and signalling for high speed trains.
For infants. Is there really a banana bird?
An SFtv production for BBCtv
Mr Boom remembers his first days at school.
Badger Girl. The children discover where the crooks are keeping the ponies.
Luck or likelihood? How do we measure our chances?
Up in the Air. Winds and hurricanes. (Stereo;
The deadline approaches for
Colerne Primary School's page in the local paper.
How did islanders of long ago store the sun's energy? (stereo)
The calypso rhythm. (Stereo)
The Man from M75(Part 7) An old favourite - now being shown in French. (stereo)
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) 0WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City, Wood Lane, London W 12 7TS.
So Now What? Craig Charles helps young people with their career decisions. (Stereo)
First of two programmes which examine strategies to reduce disruption and misbehaviour in secondary classrooms. (Stereo)
Animated adventures. Captain Mildred and her first mate
Mary the Hover Fairy decide to go on holiday.
Pinny and Victor find themselves out in the cold.
Community Understanding Programmes designed to stimulate classroom discussion.
A Trio production for BBCtv
Odette Hallowes , GC, Legion d'Honneur, is a heroine of the Second World War. Though she was brutally tortured, condemned to solitary confinement and survived a death sentence by the Gestapo, her faith in humanity remains unshaken.
With signing and subtitles.
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Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's questions.
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Computer word game, hosted by Paul Coia. ● STEREO
Lady Victoria Leatham is given a tour of Newby Hall , an elegant house near Ripon in Yorkshire, by owners Robin and Jane Compton. (Rpt. Tomorrow: Berkeley Hall)
Second of six programmes.
Learning to Pot. Dennis Taylor introduces his pupils to the "secrets" of successful potting. A GM production for BBCtv
(Tomorrow: controlling the cue ball)
Including The Last of the Mohicans, starring Daniel Day -Lewis, and highlights of the 36th London Film Festival.
All-action western featuring one of the most spectacular bar-room brawls in screen history is being shown in connection with Sunday night's documentary series City of Strangers. Starring Errol Flynn Olivia de Havilland
Tough cattleman Wade Hatton takes on the job of bringing law and order to Dodge City.
Director Michael Curtiz • FILMS: pages 47-54
The foreign affairs programme. Come Home, A merica. In the American presidential election campaign, the once odds-on favourite George Bush is fighting for survival while his principal challenger Bill Clinton is hounded by scandal. Gulf War euphoria has turned into despair over the Los Angeles riots, and the ailing economy is not responding to strong medicine. Christopher Hitchens examines democracy in America. Producer Elaine Bedell Editor John Morrison
Including news that a handful of nuts could prevent heart disease; rivalry and tension in north Yorkshire as villages compete for the area's biggest pumpkin; a favourite recipe from Venice for liver and onions; and the modern approach to cider.
Presented by Chris Kelly ,
Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
Recipes on Ceefax page 626 STEREO
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I Return of the offbeat
American time-travelling series starring Scott Bakula
Future Boy. 6 October 1957:
Sam Beckett has to prevent the eccentric Moe Stein from being committed to an institution.
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Last in the series of testimonies from British servicemen examines hatred and regret.
Friends and Enemies. The first British soldier into Belsen found SS guards torturing dying prisoners. The loathing that overwhelmed him is with him still. When a captured
Bomber Command airman saw the slaughter wrought by RAF attacks on German cities, he became haunted by guilt. Producer Mike Dutfield
Executive producer Peter Salmon
A Barraclough Carey production for BBCtv
The arts and media magazine. • STEREO
People across the United
States have today voted on who they want as President for the next four years. David Dimbleby presents live coverage as the results come in, with Charles Wheeler , Gavin Esler and a panel of guests. He is joined in Washington by Peter Snow. With reporters James Cox , Martin Sixsmith , Richard Quest and Phil Hay. EditorTim Orchard
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