Helen Sharman shows that the sense of taste depends on more than just receptors on the tongue and in the nose.
Working at a leisure centre and in accounting.
Spike has to go to hospital.
An SFtv production for BBCtv
Mr Boom finds out about building a house.
Geordie Racer- a surprise in the gloomy cellars of Seaton Delaval Hall.
Anita Roddick talks about the Kayopo Indians and the Brazilian rainforest.
History: "Switch On, Switch Off". Back to the day s of the pony and trap.
A Spelthome production for BBCtv
Who- Me?Helen is picked for her school's cross-country team but will she be able to run in the big race?
Joy and Tom discover an apple tree but how do they get the fruit into the barn?
A musical telling the story of a girl who runs away from home.
The Perils of Penelope (Part 2) An old favourite in Hindi.
A chance to air your views on schools television.
Problems facing women in provincial newspapers.
Helping children with reading difficulties (Part 2).
Ships and the Sea. A series for 7- to 9-year-olds on science and the environment.
A Trio production for BBCtv
Operation Balloon. A look at a method developed to help treat cardiovascular diseases.
Magazine for deaf and hard-of-hearing people.
With signing and subtitles.
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.
In-depth topical analysis with John Diamond and guests.
Inside stories from Europe's most successful economy. The Diisseldorf Deadline
A look at the planning behind the world's largest boat show, held every January by the banks of the Rhine.
Including a review of Night and the City starring Robert De Niro , and an interview with Tom Selleck about his new film.
Casey Dennis faces a tough bombing campaign in Germany, even though his squadrons are sustaining staggering losses.
Director Sam Wood
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Second in a three-part
Assignment Special looking at the long-term future of Europe. The Heavyweight Contender Will a combination of German industry, French and Italian flair, together with British capital displace America and Japan at the top of the industrial league table? Francine Stock visits the factories and laboratories of the new Europe, and meets the visionaries plotting its renaissance, as well as the doubters who predict the burden of eastern Europe will pull it down into the relegation zone. Producer Carrie Thomas
Executive producer Glynn Jones
Including a haddock and mushroom recipe that is easy to prepare in a microwave; and restaurateur Antonio Carluccio helping to cook for an Italian family reunion in Edinburgh. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazai production for BBCtv
PROGRAMME RECIPES: are avilable in the BBC Good Food Magazine and Ceefax page 686 has all the information.
Tongue-in-cheek American comedy, starring Leslie Nielsen Rendezvous at Big Gulch
Fearless Frank Drebin plans a trap for ruthless racketeers. With Alan North , Peter Lupus and Rebecca Holden.
A series of four documentaries filmed behind the scenes at London
Zoo as it fights for its future. Survival of the Fittest. The
Zoological Society of London was the first of its kind in the world. Now it is suffering the worst crisis in its 166-year history. The new management team believes it must cut its costs drastically and somehow attract more visitors. One in three of the keepers will have to go, even though they have worked devotedly with the animals all their lives.
As they prepare to apply for their own jobs, keepers wonder how much their expertise matters in the new zoo. The successful staff are relieved and excited; the others are devastated. What hurts them most is having to leave their animals.
Producer Molly Dineen has made several acclaimed TV documentaries including, in the 40 Minutes series, Heart of the Angel about a London Underground station.
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff An RTO production for BBCtv
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The remaining five programmes from The World since 1945.
The Partition of India; The
Palestinians; South Africa; Zimbabwe; Towards a United Europe. (The Roman Empire tomorrowat 2.00am)