6.45 Measuring the Earth and the Moon 4404264 7.10 Biology: Body Plans 1861103 7.35James
(Note: repeats are not indicated.)
Astronaut Helen Sharman looks at hi-tech protective clothing. (Stereo)
Engineers in the car industry and bilingual secretaries.
Taking a message.
An SF TV production for BBC TV.
Children discuss their favourite school dinners.
A pigeon brings a puzzling message.
Gallup survey into 14- to 16-year-olds of the 90s. (Stereo)
A butterfly emerges from a pupa.
An SFtv production for BBCtv
A story written by children, animated and read by Doc Cox.
It is winter and everything is frozen. How will the islanders survive when their fire is put out? (Stereo)
Voices as musical instruments. (Stereo)
Your views on schools television. (Stereo)
The way the law has evolved in response to changing attitudes. (Stereo)
Helping teachers cope with asthma, eczema and epilepsy in children.
Cartoon. Barney prepares for hisfirstTVjob.
Series for 7-to 9-year-olds on science and the environment.
A Trio production for BBCtv
A look at the Hague Municipal Museum which contains an extensive collection of modern art. Rpt
With signing and subtitles.
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, with Prime
Regional News; Weather
Word game with Paul Coia.
An investigation into mining subsidence in Cornwall and west Devon.
Second in a series on the workings of French business. Managing Success. What lies behind the much-publicised success of Vincent Bollore , one of France's most talented young industrialists?
I Third in the I science-fiction series, starring Roddy McDowall Kim Hunter
An unidentified spaceship crash-lands off the Californian coast. Its occupants have travelled from an earth 2,000 years in the future with some disturbing revelations.
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Dr Lewis Dixon:
Dr Otto Hasslein:
Foreign affairs reports.
Russia's Lost Soul. As the post-communist euphoria evaporates and the experts forecast even grimmer times ahead, Russia has lost its way. Western ideas seem as useless as old Soviet communist ones.
The reformers are retreating in the face of mass unemployment and hyperinflation. Ordinary citizens, bewildered and frightened, are fertile ground for nationalist extremists. As
Russia peers into the abyss,
Emily Buchanan reports on the desperate search for homegrown solutions to Russian problems. Producer Brian Barr
Editor John Morrison
The new fresh chilled soups are put to the taste test, and Michael Barry goes spicy with a traditional Indian beef curry. Presented by Chris Kelly and Jill Goolden.
Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Return of the offbeat
American science-fiction series starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
Heart of a Champion. 23 July 1955: Sam leaps into the body of one of a wrestling tag team.
1 The documentary
7 series returns with a new season focusing primarily on Britain today.
Sanctuary. Britain's estimated three million coarse anglers spend hours sitting immobile beside canals, rivers and lakes. By an idyllic stretch of water in Hampshire, and to a score from Van Morrison , unemployed brickies Dick and Allan consider their status and luck, while successful businessman
Ray ruminates on his wealth and recharges his batteries. On the surface, the film is concerned with the fishermen and their sport. But, as they talk, they chronicle many of the problems and frustrations facing people today. Director Ted Clisby
Series editor Paul Watson
Musings on fish and the meaning of life
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One day in a Mexican rainforest.