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Own Video Report
A chance to make a video diary for use in the Q and A series.
Explores threats to the sea from pollution and overfishing.
The importance of sunlight to living things.
Spike wants Cosmo's hat, but does it fit?
The playground's under threat - what can be done?
Mr Boom meets a new storyteller who tells him a story about a new friendship.
Who Burned Mr Brinker 's 's
Store? (Part 4). The
Ghostwriter team prove that Brinker is a video pirate.
An old favourite in French.
Your views on all aspects of school television, (Stereo)
Why are the tropical rainforests being destroyed? (Stereo)
Life for young people in Nordfriesland.
The Roman Empire. The
Roman army's success. (Stereo)
How water from the Colorado River became the lifeblood of south west America's sprawling desert cities. (Stereo)
Careers. A look at whether to stay on at school, or leave in search of a job. (Stereo)
The Swan Challenge. Polar explorer Robert Swan believes that shared experiences enhance business. To test the theory, he issued a challenge to three young, cynical managers to accompany him to
Snowdonia for five days. (Teletext)
Animated cartoon. Everybody in Pigeon Street seems to be taking up a hobby.
The adventures of the monster family of Loch Ness.
Cinderella's ugly sisters introduce tunes that go up and down in pitch. (Stereo)
Topical welfare rights magazine with news, views, information and advice on benefits, pensions, services and the law. With Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's questions. With lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
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Word game with Paul Coia. ● STEREO
BBC2's daily talk show.
Today: political discussion with Lord Archer and Tony Banks. (Repeatedat 12.30am)
Clive Anderson selects favourite clips from the BBC archives. They include Tony Hancock 's spoof portrayal of the foreman of the jury in Twelve Angry Men, DrFinlay Casebook and Frankie Howerd on That Was the Week That
Was. With Emma Freud.
Including a visit to the Munich Oktoberfest and a recipe for autumn apple cake.
Tarzan discovers that a tribal chieftain has revived the ancient cult of the Leopard Men, and travels up-river to confront the evil sect. With Mike Henry. Director Robert Day
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Current affairs series giving in-depth reports on major regional news stories. Editor Mike Flood Page
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Unusual insights into each of the 12 member states of the EC.
Italy. Modern Italians have an equivocal attitude to their history - so many of their past glories have had disastrous consequences. Satirist and playwright Dario Fo presents a people unimpressed by government, and unified only by their refusal to be unified. Director Richard Denton
Senes producer John Trtffltt ● STEREO
Chris Goffey examines two new diesel cars from Citroen and Honda. And Tony Mason sets up a challenge between British rally champions past and present - Colin McRae , who next week seeks to win the Lombard RAC Rally, and Roger Clark , who won it 20 years ago. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams 0 STEREO
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A comedy series set in the rarefied world of fashion PR, starring and written by Jennifer Saunders with Joanna Lumley
Neurotic businesswoman Edina gets worried about her weight and about a visitor from her past.
(Stereo) (Teletext subtitles: p888)
Second of a three-part series that reveals how propagandists use popular film and TV.
Selling Politics American
Style. A topical examination of the American political consultants, whose activities have so changed democracy in the US that Abraham Lincoln himself would be unelectable today. "He just doesn't look like a modern president should," says one leading consultant. Producer Laurence Rees
Executive producer Jeremy Bennett
Slugs and Snails. Three women in a beauty salon candidly discuss men. Director Susan Brand
Senes producer Colin Rose
With Jeremy Paxman.
Arts and media programme. ● STEREO
John Cale and the band Television are among tonight's guests. Director Janet Fraser-Crook Producer Mark Cooper ● STEREO
RCN Nursing Update: the Menopause and Beyond; Asthma and Its Treatment