Young people from Rouen talk about their families.
French series for beginners.
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Experiments from Take
Nobody's Word for It. BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, £3.99, available from bookshops.
Grandad takes the children back in time.
Geordie Racer (Part 2). Spuggy manages to impress his family, and there's a surprise in the gloomy cellars of Seaton Delaval Hall.
Language - Talking Sport. A programme to illustrate the variety and uses of language today.
A musical which tells the story of Hanna, a girl who runs away from home.
Who - Me? Will Helen be able to run in the school's cross-country race?
Helen Sharman explores the sense of taste.
New Approaches to Poetry. With Liz Lochhead.
Thin Ice- a drama. Laura's anorexia nervosa threatens to take over everyone's lives.
Is it time to ban alcohol advertising?
Reading. Jonathan Ross with five examples of how comics tell stories.
Followed by Words and Pictures
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
World Cup Ski-ing
Women's downhill from Haus, Austria. The ten-race downhill season is scheduled to reach its halfway stage on the Krumholz run. Local interest is provided by Austria's Petra Kronberger , with rivalry from Germany's
Katja Seizinger , current World Cup downhill champion.
Highlights of the Glenfiddich International Tournament from the Kelvin Hall , Glasgow.
A preview of this weekend's FA Cup fourth round ties. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Ken Burton
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Shyama Perera looks at the media, entertainment and the arts in the topical talk show.
Tiff Needell gets a new perspective on Brands Hatch as he learns how to race a truck around the famous circuit. And
Jeremy Clarkson drives two famous cars owned by Hitler and Mussolini.
TB - the Forgotten Plague A report on the new health threat posed by the recurrence of tuberculosis.
Classic 1960s puppet series. The Disappearing Ships
Another undersea adventure for the super-submarine.
Spy drama from the 60s.
A dazzling French airline stewardess, a flamboyant Foreign Legion commander and a desert full of THRUSH Arabs lead Solo, Illya and Mr Waverly on a hot, sandy chase.
Capt Basil Calhoun:
Third in this classic story from 1975, starring Tom Baker
The Kaled leaders try to stop Davros and his Daleks but Davros betrays them. Can the Doctor stop the launch of the rocket that will totally destroy the Kaled people?
With Callum Macrae of The Observer.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Current affairs series.
Right Fighters. As racial attacks in Britain swell in number and turn more violent in nature, Sarah Spiller investigates the activities of right-wing extremists, and assesses the extent to which the menace of fascism in Europe is mirrored here.
Producer Sam Collyns
The series that tackles problem front gardens with the help of top garden designers. This week, Ryl Nowell creates a pretty cottage garden which is also practical for today's modem family. Presented by Gay Search.
Series producer Kate Kinninmont A Catalyst production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: L 13.99, from booksellers.
Starring street philosopher.
Domestic. Nesbitt discovers his children have been taken into care. He's so upset he can hardly eat his kebab.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
The Grateful and the Dead
The story of the unlikely and unpublicised relationship between a 60s American rock band and some of Britain's little-known orchestral composers. Once the icons of the San Francisco hippie scene, the Grateful Dead are still a leading touring band. But behind their continuing success, the group hide a secret cause: through their Rex Foundation, they have been anonymously - and usually to the astonishment of the recipients - funding British composers ignored or neglected in their homeland.
This mysterious foundation has helped to finance recordings of Havergal Brian 's 32 symphonies, for example. And it has enabled the likes of Robert Simpson , Michael Finnissey and James Dillon not only to write their music but to perform and record it as well.
This film contrasts the Dead's extravagant shows with the private lives and music of the composers who benefit. Director Jeremy Marre
Series editors Nigel Finch. Anthony Wall
A Harcourt production for BBCtv
I Another chance to see the 11-part German saga, first shown in 1986, that captivated cinema and television audiences around the world. The title means "home" or "homeland". Set in a small country village, the series tells the story of three families and their changing lives over the years from 1919 to 1982. A second series - Leaving Home - has just been completed and will be shown later this year.
1: The Call of Faraway Places When Paul Simon comes home from the First World War, he is expected to work in the family forge. However, Paul's head is full of wirelesses and the world outside the tiny village of Schabbach. In German with English subtitles. Director Edgar Reitz
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