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Note: repeats are not indicated.
For advanced science students.
This week: the latest theories in cosmology.
What would you do if you happened to see someone being bullied?
Series for infants. Michael and Dibs go round in circles.
A conman uses a graph to try and sell odd socks.
Mr Boom looks at children's favourite school dinners.
The Ghostwriter team enters a comic book contest. (Stereo)
A story told in Hindi. (Stereo)
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
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Without the Nile there would be no Egypt. (Stereo)
Sonja investigates teenage eating habits in Munich.
Trade and Transport. Advances in transport and the expansion of trade, 1750-1900.
Shifting Sands. The forces that change Britain's coastline.
How the law has responded to changing public attitudes. (Stereo)
Last in the series. What makes a team? Presented by Carolyn Marshall.
GUIDE to UK management courses: send a cheque for£2.50, payable to BBC
Education, to [address removed].
Animation. Dilly learns about pocket money.
The magician from Uranus boards the spaceship. (Stereo)
Welfare rights magazine.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the Commons, including Prime Minister's questions. With lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
Regional News; Weather
Last word game in the series.
Documentary about Moorland Prison in Yorkshire, which offers a liberal regime for dangerous young criminals.
Magazine programme for people with disabilities. With in-vision signing and subtitles.
7 J Omega Elemental - has been genetically engineered to be the ultimate soldier - but JOE and his creator have other ideas.
With Terence Knox , Gary Kaspar , William Lucking and Gail Edwards. Director Ron Satlof
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The current-affairs series for the south east explores the issues behind the region's headlines.
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
Offbeat ski-ing series. Muriel Gray heli-skis in British
Columbia, Canada, and sledges down the Cresta Run in St
Moritz. Her chalet guest is comedian Norman Lovett.
Director Hamish Barbour Producer Angus Lamont
A Gallus Besom production for BBCtv
- The motoring magazine series returns with a road test of the new Mondeo, which Ford hope will become the Cortina of the 1990s. There's a second-hand report on the Sierra, the car the Mondeo replaces, and a look at the Jeep Jamboree. Withjeremy Clarkson and Quentin Willson. Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams
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I The offbeat sketch show returns, offering a comic view of the world as seen by Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders. It includes parodies of movie hits such as Misery, as well as TV series and rock stars. And there's more from old favourites, the Fat Men. Music by Raw Sex . Director Bob Spiers
Producer Jon Plowman
The Clement Freud interview with Dawn French
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Critical films about the impact of modem medicine on our lives.
Disordered States. An exploration of the ways the USA, India and Italy approach schizophrenia. In the 1950s, new anti-psychotic drugs released millions all over the world from institutions. But psychiatry remains dominated by the biological approach, with little community support. Producer Peter Montagnon
Senes producers Martin Freeth and Stefan Moore
Mary Tyler Moore guest stars in the cult US comedy series.
With Jeremy Paxman.
The first in a series about discrepancies between doctors' diagnoses and pathologists' findings.