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: Westminster

: Collecting Now

John FitzMaurice Mills looks at techniques used by artists through the ages.

Contributors

Unknown: John Fitzmaurice Mills

: A Week to Remember

Pathe News of this week in 1952. A Griffin production for BBCtv (B/w)

: The Travel Show UK Mini Guides

What to see and do in and around Berwick-on-Tweed.

: Daytime on Two Le Cafe des Rêves

Note: repeats are not indicated.
Episode three of a five-part drama in French for secondary school students.

: A-level Economics

Managers of a textile firm talk about exchange rates, technological innovation, and the price of imported raw materials.

: Storytime

For infants. Feeding wild birds and a story about Ostrich who wants to fly, read by Cathy Tyson. (Stereo)

Contributors

Read By: Cathy Tyson.

: Mathscope

The Summer Fair. Loads of small change, and a chance to win the raffle.

: Music Time

Music for dancing. (Stereo)

: Mathsphere

Using directions and maps.

: Zig Zag

Getting About. Tony Aitken finds a compass can help him on his treasure trail. (Stereo)

Contributors

Unknown: Tony Aitken

: Thinkabout Science

Nan does a survey to save a local woodland.

: Mad about Music

Using chords to create different textures. (Stereo)
1 1.55am Lernexpress
Getting to and around Hamburg.

: The Geography Programme

Why Industry Comes and Goes (Part 2). The story of coal, iron and steel in South Wales. (Stereo)

: History File

The World Since 1945. A look at how apartheid developed in South Africa.

: Teaching Today

Second of two programmes which examine strategies to reduce misbehaviour in secondary classrooms. (Stereo)

: Pingu

Animation.

: Johnson and Friends

When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.

: Pinny's House

When a bird mistakes Pinny for a twig she has to find a way to escape from its nest.

: Landmarks

Tropical Rainforest: Peopleof the Forest. The people of the tropical rainforest from the Baka of Cameroon to the Kayapo of Brazil. (stereo)

: News and Weather

Followed by Storytime (Stereo;

: Northern Lights

A profile of amateur photographer Jack Hulme. (Rpt;

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Hulme.

: News; Weather

0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888
Followed by Songs of Praise From Caerphilly.
0 STEREO: TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888

: Holiday Outings

Ross King reports on a holiday for the over 60s in Florida.
3.50pm News and Weather and Regional News; Weather
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Ross King

: Catchword

Hosted by Paul Coia.
A Leslie Mitchell production for BBCtv ●STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.
Unknown: Leslie Mitchell

: Behind the Headlines

Return ofBBC2's topical daily talk show.
Today: Jane Corbin debates national and international politics.

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Corbin

: Grand Prix

Highlights from Australia.

: Royal Gardens

A series exploring the gardens created by the Royal Family.
Sir Roy Strong visits Sandringham in Norfolk, Royal Lodge in Windsor, Birkhall at Balmoral, and the Castle of Mey.
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Roy Strong

: The Addams Family

The weirdest family on TV in the cult American comedy series. Crisis in the Addams Family
Uncle Fester applies for a job as an insurance salesman, (B/w) * TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: DEFII

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
American comedy series. Vying for Attention. Will's mother arrives for a visit, but brings her friend Robert with her.
6.50pm
Dance Energy House Party M-People, Gary Clail and Urban Hype join Normski, and Vas Blackwood provides more comedy. There's the latest Lift Off competitors and the Style Squad gets out and about. Director Gerard Stembridge Series producer Danielle Lux ●STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Clail
Director: Gerard Stembridge

: Shakespeare: the Animated Tales

Six of Shakespeare's best-loved plays, realised through an alliance of Russian and Welsh animators. Each play has been abridged by Leon Garfield.
A Midsummer Night's Dream With the voices of Daniel Massey , Suzanne Bertish ,
Bernard Hill , Abigail McKern , Charles Millham , Kathryn Pogson , Kim Wall ,
Anthony Jackson and Peter Postlethwaite. Narrated by Menna Trussler.
Executive producers Elizabeth Babakhlne and Chris Grace
Series producer Dave Edwards STEREO
●FEATURE: page 30

Contributors

Abridged By: Leon Garfield.
Unknown: Daniel Massey
Unknown: Suzanne Bertish
Unknown: Bernard Hill
Unknown: Abigail McKern
Unknown: Charles Millham
Unknown: Kathryn Pogson
Unknown: Kim Wall
Unknown: Anthony Jackson
Unknown: Peter Postlethwaite.
Producers: Elizabeth Babakhlne
Producers: Chris Grace
Producer: Dave Edwards

Blog post that mentions this programme:

The Sunday Post: Shakespearean Spin-Offs 24 April 2016

: Doctors to Be

A series telling the personal stories of ten would-be doctors.
Welcome to the Real World
St Mary's students who have survived the exams find themselves face-to-face with real patients for the first time on the hospital wards. In casualty, Ese Oshevire treats an elderly woman who's unable to speak after a stroke.
Fey Probst is unable to sleep the night before her first consultant ward round. And Will Liddell tries to assess head injuries in a man who's been drinking heavily. They've finally arrived in the real world.
Executive producer Robin Brightwell Series producer Edward Briffa
●TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Ese Oshevire
Unknown: Fey Probst
Unknown: Will Liddell
Producer: Robin Brightwell

: Vintners'Tales

A series of films about unusual wine merchants.
The Marchioness of Bute. Lady Bute's wine collection grew so big that she just had to become a wine merchant, on an island off the west coast of Scotland. Presented byjancis Robinson. Director/Producer Frank Hayes An Eden production for BBCtv
* TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Frank Hayes
Producer: An Eden

: Breaking Point

First showing on network television for this wartime thriller, starring Corbin Bernsen
Joanna Pacula
D-Day is just 72 hours away when a US Intelligence Officer is captured by the enemy.
Realising he won't succumb to torture, the Nazis drug him into believing the war is over.
Director Peter Markle
●STEREO; TELETEXT SUBTITLES: p888 FILMS: pages 51-58

Contributors

Unknown: Corbin Bernsen
Unknown: Joanna Pacula
Director: Peter Markle
Major Jefferson Pike: Corbin Bernsen
Anna: Joanna Pacula
Dr Walter Gerber: John Glover
Colonel Osterman: David Marshall Grant
General Smith: Lawrence Pressman
Colonel Lowe: Ken Jenkins
General Ungerland: Dennis Creaghan

: Newsnight

Presented by Sue Cameron.

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron.

: The Late Show

The arts and media magazine. * STEREO

: Behind the Headlines

Return of BBC2's topical daily talk show.
EditorCharles Miller

Contributors

Unknown: Editorcharles Miller

: Weatherview









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