Building Buckyballs. For advanced science students.
This week: the discovery of a new form of carbon.
Going to Hospital. Can the doctors and nurses cope with Grant?
Series for infants. Baxter's weather forecasts are unpredictable.
Dirk Niblick sizes up different fractions. Six children divide a pizza.
Mr Boom discovers it takes many different skills to build a new house.
To Catch a Creep (Part 2). Is one of his pen pals responsible for the attack on Alex?
The Perils of Penelope (Part 2) An exciting story told in Hindi.
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television.
Pakistan and Its People. How the villagers live in the beautiful Swat Valley in the north.
Sonja visits Mittenwald and its violin school.
Expansion, Trade and Industry. The impact of the factories on family life.
Images of the Earth. The surveying, aerial photography and design of OS maps.
An Open Mind production for BBCtv
Careers - Equal Opportun ities The pressures and prejudices that women face in the world of a provincial newspaper.
How to cope with stress. GUIDE: for self-help guide to UK management courses, send cheque for
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A musical journey through a fantasy universe reaches Mars.
Topical welfare rights magazine. With Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons. With lain
Macwhirter and John Cole.
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Political discussion with Lord Archer and Tony Banks.
A look at the lethal craze of volatile substance abuse - the practice of sniffing common domestic products.
Adventure story with spectacular underwater photography and special effects, starring Robert Ryan
Two deep-sea divers arrive in Jamaica to search for a wreck containing a million dollars in gold. Director Budd Boetticher
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MakingaDrama Out of Crisis. Insurance companies offer financial cover for all eventualities, but increasingly they are finding reasons not to pay up on policies. Fiona Oates reports on the perils that lie in the small print and on efforts to clean up the industry. Producer Gaby Koppel
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Sally Taylor presents the programme which investigates major regional issues. Series producer Peter Pitt
Editor Andy Griffee
The United Kingdom. French director Patrick Le Gall uncovers a United Kingdom that is neither united nor any longer so sure about being a kingdom. According to him, it is a place where women's rights are stifled by barriers of class, black rights by unwillingness to change. Is a new UK beginning to emerge?
Executive producer Steve Hewlett
The series based on the Guardian's column presents some more bizarre queries and facts. With Carol Vorderman.
Producer Philippe Bassett Series editor Leela Creswell
A Celandine production for BBCtv
A carnal and bitter comic series about divorce, written by Steven Moffat , and starring Robert Bathurst Fiona Gillies
Mark arrives at Tracy and Robert's house for dinner on the wrong night. Becky and her new man arrive for dinner on the right night.
Director Bob Spiers
Producer Andre Ptaszynski
A Pola Jones production for BBCtv
A series of critical films examining the impact of modem medicine on our lives. Temple of Science. Johns
Hopkins, in Baltimore, USA, is one of the world's top teaching hospitals, where the latest technology is used to treat people after medical emergencies. Yet many of the illnesses could have been prevented with the right medical help at home. Should doctors everywhere leave such "temples of science" to practise in the community?
Series producers Martin Freeth and Stefan Moore
With Jeremy Paxman.
Late-night arts magazine.