Note: repeats are not indicated.
Shopping in the market in Rouen.
French 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, Â£3.99, available from bookshops.
Spuggy's interview with Mickey Stone goes well.
A programme about the variety of language in Scotland.
Ways to end a piece of music. (Stereo)
Children's author Judy Corbalis reveals where she gets some of her ideas.
The environmental effects of moving species around. (Stereo)
J.G. Ballardâs The Air Disaster.
Author (The Air Disaster):
A new drama set in Belfast about a young amateur boxer. (Stereo)
If forensic scientists worked for the defence, would their evidence be different? (Stereo)
Two stories by Anthony Masters.
Words and Pictures
A preview of OU programmes.
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
World Championships from Morioka-Shizukuishi, Japan.
The Women's Combined medals are decided today with the concluding discipline, the slalom. Switzerland's Chantal
Bournissen should once again be in the hunt but faces tough competition from her compatriot Heidi Zurbriggen and Austria's Anita Wachter.
A look ahead to tomorrow's second-round matches in the Five Nations Championship.
A review of the week's action.
Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Ken Burton
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
I Western starring
Marshall Dan Mitchell has the tough job of keeping law and order in Abilene, a Kansas town where the conflict of interests between the cattlemen and the newly arrived homesteaders frequently erupts into violence.
Director Edwin L Marin
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Classic 1960s puppet series. Marineville Traitor. A vital piece of equipment has been stolen from the Marineville control room and all evidence points to Commander Shore. Troy's suspicions are confirmed when he overhears a furtive transmission on a secret radio.
Spy drama from the 60s.
THRUSH discovers that a map of its highly secret mountain Satrap exists hidden in a radioactive watch in the possession of an innocent old miner. UNCLE tries to get there first.
Written by Terry Nation.
Fifth episode of this classic six-part story from 1975, starring Tom Baker.
The revolution begins against Davros. Can the Doctor finally destroy his foes, the Daleks? (Rpt) (Subtitled)
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A review of the week's events with Christopher Silvester of Private Eye.
Current affairs series.
The Wanted Men. The search is on for Britain's absent fathers. Thousands of child support officers are poised to track down men who owe maintenance for their children.
The controversial Child
Support Act comes into operation in April, and aims to ease the financial burden on the taxpayer. Jenny Cuffe investigates how the government intends to make fathers pay.
Producer Lucy Hillman
The series that tackles problem front gardens with the help of top garden designers.
This week's garden slopes in two directions and has to provide parking space for three cars. Susanna Brown takes up the challenge. Presented by Gay Search .
Series producer Kate Kinninmont A Catalyst production for BBCtv
BBC BOOK: 113.99, from booksellers.
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Starring street philosopher.
Ethics. Rab saves a tramp's life, but his natural compassion turns to despair when the dosser moves into his home.
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
One of the world's leading figures in the battle against
Aids is not a doctor, scientist or politician, but a writer - Larry Kramer - who says: "Aids has given me my life's work." A novelist, playwright and screenwriter, Kramer first came to prominence in the 1960s with his screenplay of the film Women in Love. His
1970s novel Faggots caused widespread controversy as he attacked his contemporaries in the gay community for their regime of casual sex and easy promiscuity, earning him the title "the angriest gay man in the world". In the 1980s, when the Aids epidemic began to decimate the community, he was one of the first people to take a political, active stance in bringing it to the attention of the world. In recent years - and with the discovery of his own HIV-positive status - Kramer has withdrawn from activism to concentrate on writing, and his new play, the autobiographical The Destiny of Me, has opened off-Broadway to rave reviews. Director Brian Skeet
Series editors Nigel Finch and Anthony Wall
Continuing the 11-part German saga first shown in 1986. Set in a small country village, the series tells the story of three families and their changing lives over the years from to 1982.
3: The Best Christmas Ever
Lucie has pushed Eduard into the Nazi party and he has become Mayor of Rhaunen. They have built a villa with 52 windows, but Lucie is discontented - until Wilfried Wiegand returns from Berlin bringing news that electrifies her. In German with English subtitles.
Director Edgar Reitz
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