Note: repeats are not indicated.
A typical schoolday in Rouen.
French series for beginners.
SUPPORT MATERIAL: book, teachers' notes, computer software and cassettes. available from bookshops.
Experiments from Take
Nobody's Word for It. BBC BOOK: Take Nobody's Word for It, L3.99, available from bookshops.
Gary and Kimberley go back to when bathtime was a weekly event in front of the kitchen fire.
Geordie Racer. Baz shows
Spuggy how his pigeons carry messages.
Language- Talking Leisure A programme to illustrate the variety of language around
The children play Indian musical instruments - tabla and harmonium.
Who - Me ? Responsibilities
Chris and Sara are brother and sister, but sometimes they wish they weren't.
Helen Sharman investigates
British cyclist Chris Boardman.
New Approaches to Poetry. With Christina Rossetti.
Mohammed's Daughter. Student nurse Kamala breaks hospital rules to counteract racism.
Does labelling people in high risk categories help stop the spread of Aids?
A comparison of the story-telling techniques in Janni Howker's book The
Nature of the Beast, and the Channel 4 film of the book.
Followed by Words and Pictures
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
A look ahead to the World
Ski-ing championships which start next week in Morioka-
Shizukuishi, Japan. Great names in action will include double Olympic giant-slalom champion Alberto Tomba , and reigning world downhill champion Franz Heinzer.
A preview of the first round of the Challenge Cup, won for the past five seasons by Wigan.
A review of the action from the Fourth Round of the FA Cup. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Ken Burton
3.00pm News and Weather
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
Last of the series in which
Shyama Perera looks at the media and the arts.
The story of American Stan
Cottrell's amazing 2,125-mile run across China from the Great Wall to Canton.
Standing Stones. What secrets lie buried in the prehistoric stone circles of Cornwall?
Bryan McNerney investigates.
Classic 1960s puppet series. The Man from the Navy
A handsome naval captain arrives in Marineville and steals Atlanta's heart.
Spy drama from the 60s.
Napoleon, Illya and an UNCLE trainee are assigned to thwart THRUSH'S plan to enter the space race.
The Genesis of the Daleks
Fourth in this classic six-part story from starring Tom Baker
Davros, the creator of the Daleks, turns on his Thai allies. The Doctor finds he is forced to give the Daleks the key to their future supremacy.
With Elizabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane. Written by Terry Nation
Producer Philip Hinchcliffe Director David Maloney
A review of the week's events with political journalist Julia Langdon.
Current affairs series.
Alternative Medicine: Trick or Treatment?.....Tragedies can occur when vulnerable people stumble into the unregulated world of alternative medicine.
Disenchanted with conventional medicine, patients may try anything from homoeopathy through acupuncture, to crystal healing and radionics. But there's now increasing concern at the lack of public safeguards against unqualified and unscrupulous practitioners. Janet Trewin investigates.
Producer Adrian Davies
The series that tackles problem front gardens with the help of top garden designers. This week John Brookes takes up the challenge to give a new look to a 1930s semi. Presented by Gay Search.
Series producer Kate Kinninmont A Catalyst production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: £13.99, from booksellers.
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Gregor Fisher as Scotland's string-vested street philosopher, with a guest appearance from Maurice Reeves. That's Entertainment. Meet
Govan's Hannibal Lecter , Young Young McGurn. He hasn't so much escaped the social services safety net, as chewed his way through it.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
Young Young McGurn:
A Tribute to Dizzy Gillespie
Elder statesman of jazz and a co-founder of the style that became bebop in the 40s, John Birks "Dizzy" Gillespie will be remembered by many as the trumpet player with ballooning cheeks and a misshapen horn. His career began in the 30s in Philadelphia, taking him on to New York where he met and jammed with two other young jazz greats, Charlie Parker and Thelonious Monk. From these improvisations grew the radical new style that revolutionised jazz. He continued to experiment, and in the latter part of his career he took his music to the developing world, incorporating the sounds he found there into his own work. Arenapays tribute to the trumpeter, composer and bandleader who died earlier this month. Director Debbie Geller
Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
Another chance to see the 11-part German saga first shown in 1986. 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. 2: The Centre of the World Sent to Berlin for medical treatment, Eduard inadvertently wanders into a brothel and loses his heart.
Hitler's rise to power is celebrated in the Hunsruck, but Katharina Simon is not impressed. In German with English subtitles.
Director Edgar Reitz
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