What to see and do in Dover.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Episode four of a five-part drama in French for secondary-school students. (Stereo)
Dilly tries out a robotic fashion mannequin in Tokyo and visits pneumatic rock stars in London.
For infants. Cosmo's story grows - and so do Baxter's vegetables.
An SFtv production for BBCtv
Mr Boom meets a new storyteller, Eileen McCallum.
Badger Girl. Panic on the lake.
What lies behind the door of the house where Bread is filmed?
Cogs and wheels. Presented by Fraser James. cstereo; An SFtv production for BBCtv
A Child's Guide to Adults. How can they get the best out of their relationships?
Fire to carry water; water to carry earth. (Stereo)
A Christmas calypso. (stereo)
An old favourite - now being shown 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 2 7TS.
Careers. Staying on in school or searching for a job. (Stereo)
Sex, Drugs and Litter? In order to be successful, PSE has to have a wider dimension.
It's Litterbug's birthday.
Pinny and Victor have presents for their granny but they do not know how to find her.
Community Understanding Programmes to stimulate classroom discussion.
A Trio production for BBCtv
For the last 20 years Father Nicholas Postlethwaite has worked in Toxteth, helping young people cope with the pressures of life in Liverpool 8. He stayed throughout the riots of 1991 and in this programme he explains what makes him want to stay there for the rest of his life.
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 byPaulCoia. ● STEREO
A fast-moving analysis of the best and worst news of the week, with John Diamond. (Repeatedat 12midnight)
Fifth of six programmes.
Difficult and Advanced Shots Dennis Taylor looks at awkward bridging, potting along the cushion, and recovery shots. Plus the swerve, the masse and drag.
A GM production for BBCtv (Tomorrow: the modem game)
Reviews include Sister Act, starring Whoopi Goldberg ; Single White Female with Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh ; and David Lynch 's Twin Peaks - Fire Walk with Me.
Period adventure starring Ron Ely
1936: aided by the Amazing Five, Doc Savage sets out to discover the truth behind his father's murder.
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Don Rubio Gorro:
One of those Days. Animator Bill Plympton has a bad day.
As the bloody conflict between Nelson Mandela's ANC and the Zulu-based Inkatha Freedom Party grows increasingly violent, fears rise of a full scale civil war. The BBC Southern Africa correspondent John Harrison has gained exceptional access to Zulu leaders and reports on the Zulus' fears that their very existence in a new South Africa is threatened - and on their determination to resist what they see as "ethnic cleansing". Producer Caroline Pare Editor John Morrison
Includes a visit to the beer-lover's paradise - the Munich Oktoberfest - and a taste of the new wheat beers.
Plus recipes for a vegetable lasagne and autumn apple cake. With 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 686 ● STEREO
Offbeat American science-fiction series starring Scott Bakula
Private Dancer. 1979: Sam is inside the body of a "exotic" male dancer who must steer a deaf girl towards a professional dancing career.
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The Bafta Award-winning series with industrialist
Sir John Harvey-Jones setting out to advise UK companies. The Old Cinderella Story
Double Two, once famous as the manufacturer of "the shirt with the free spare collar", is now just another name in an overcrowded market-place. So the managing director, a product of the Harvard
Business School, has set his sights on Europe. Producer Judi Rose
Executive producer Richard Reisz
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With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. * STEREO
Living up to his reputation, a doyen of the tenor saxophone
Johnny Griffin and his quartet in a concert recorded at this year's Brecon Jazz Festival. Director Robert Coles
Producer Jonathan Davies * STEREO