Note: repeats are not indicated.
Helen Sharman recounts her experiences in space.
The connection between trains, triangles, boats and bread!
An SFtv production for BBCtv
Mr Boom experiences a snowy winter day.
Geordie Racer (1): The Hiltons train for the Great North Run.
Solving air pollution and congestion in Britain and America.
Switch On, Switch Off Gary and Kimberley go back 100 years. A Spelthorne production for BBCtv
Who- Me? Vicky and Beth have to cope with homesickness.
Six children and their friend
Laura find themselves in their own story.
The children get ready to put on a musical.
An old favourite in Hindi.
The Perils of Penelope (Part 1)
A chance to air your views on schools television.
WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City, Wood Lane. London W127T5.
Stand Up for Your Rights Young women compete for equal opportunities.
Helping children with reading difficulties. (1)
Community Understanding An introductory programme for secondary school teachers. A Tno production for BBCtv
A look at the method developed by the laboratories of the Dutch National Health Institute to produce vaccine to combat polio.
With signing and subtitles.
(Shown on Sunday at 10.00am on BBC
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime
Minister's questions. With lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
John Diamond and his guests in another session of in-depth topical analysis.
Second of five inside stories from the most successful economy in Europe.
Antonstrasse23. Thousands of new businesses are being launched in what was once East
Germany. In a grim building in the centre of Dresden two entrepreneurs are specialising in artificial limbs.
Thriller shown in connection with Arena's Graham Greene trilogy, starring Rod Steiger
Fleeing both Scotland Yard and the FBI, an international financier and swindler en route to Mexico assumes the identity of a man who turns out to be a wanted assassin.
Director Ken Annakin
● SEE FILMS pages 26-30
Chief of Police:
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This three-part Assignment Special looks at the long-term future of Europe.
The first programme asks whether a new nation is being forged in spite of recent setbacks. Are the British already halfway to being good European citizens? Francine Stock talks to the French in Spain, Danes in Italy, and Africans desperately knocking at the door. She questions the soldiers of the Franco-German brigade, a model perhaps for the European army of the future. Would they pass the ultimate test of citizenship and die for Europe?
Tonight's programme is a chocoholic's delight, with a prize-winning cake and Michael Barry 's guide to cooking with chocolate. And some British
Rail chefs switch tracks and kitchens with their French counterparts. With Chris Kelly , Michael Barry and Jill Goolden. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
PROGRAMME RECIPES: are available in the BBC Good Food Magazine and Ceefax page 686 has all the information.
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Tongue-in-cheek American comedy, starring Leslie Nielsen Ring of Fear. Frank Drebin goes under cover when a crooked boxing manager is found dead.
In this special feature from the BBC's Disability Programmes Unit, Kim Jessup leaves the institution he has lived in for 40 years. Independent living begins with neglect from the local authority and ends with Kim's quest to discover himself as a sexual being in Amsterdam. Producer Ian Macrae
Editor Kerena Marchant
Short films by new film-makers. My Little Everest
An unusual comedy drama from the Polish Film School, written and directed by Miroslaw Dembinski. The hero literally rock-climbs his way through life's landmarks and pitfalls. Series producer Colin Rose
Continuing the nightly series on the arts-science divide.
The Power Houses. Despite postwar optimism, industrial prosperity seems to elude us - and people remain as stubbornly ignorant of science as ever. Why is the battle to bridge the divide so hard to win? Producer Tessa Livingstone