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: Open University

6.45 Usingthe Aggregate Demand and Supply Model
7.10 Humanity and the Scaffold 3075316 7.35 Language and Literature

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on Two: Standard Grade English: It's Not What You Say, It's How You Say It!

Note: repeats are not indicated.
There are many different ways of conveying information.

: Daytime on Two: Prisoners of Conscience

An appeal for people imprisoned for their beliefs.

: Daytime on Two: Short Circuit: Pump Up the Hype

Are sports shoes overpriced? How rigorously is scientific knowledge applied to their high-tech design? (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: You and Me

Nursery rhymes.

: Daytime on Two: Thinkabout Science

How many creatures are living in your garden?

: Daytime on Two: Search Out Science: Moving About

Liquidisers, piston engines and swimming pool filtration systems help us understand our bodies.

: Daytime on Two: Q and A

A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
Write to: Q and A, [address removed]

: Daytime on Two: Around Scotland

How modern technology has transformed Scottish farming methods.

: Daytime on Two: Words and Pictures

Elephants and the letter "e" are featured this week. (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: English Time

Different aspects of young people in the media.

: Daytime on Two: Ghostwriter: Into the Comics (part 4)

Can the Ghostwriter team prove that Stoopdude is a cheat? (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: Topics

The outcome of a practical joke played on a class in a London school. (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two: TV6: Pride against Prejudice

Produced in conjunction with Comic Relief, a look at how disabled people are seen by society. With Tony Robinson. (Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Tony Robinson.

: Daytime on Two: Teaching Today: Teachers into Business and Industry: Part 2

How does observing industrial management help senior staff run their schools?

: Animal Fair

Nature series for young children.

: Crystal Tipps and Alistair

Cartoon fun.

: Bunylp

Animated adventures.

: Daytime on Two: Zig Zag: The Odyssey

The story of Odysseus's wanderings.

: News and Weather

Followed by You and Me

: Canvas

Personal reflections on paintings. Today:
Hugh Vickers talks about Madonna and Child by Duccio.

Contributors

Talks: Hugh Vickers

: CountryFile

Rural issues with John Craven.

Contributors

Unknown: John Craven.

: News; Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament and its select committees.
With lain Macwhirter.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: Figure Skating

World Championships from
Prague. Featuring highlights from the pairs technical programme and the men's technical programme.

: Horizon

Iceman. A revised version of last year's film about the Stone Age man whose body was discovered in an Alpine glacier.

: Star Trek: City on the Edge of Forever

The cult 1960s series, starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, with a guest appearance from Joan Collins.

When an officer is swept back in time, Kirk must find him.
(Rpt) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Captain James Kirk: William Shatner
Spock: Leonard Nimoy
[Actress]: Joan Collins

: DEFII

Reportage
Reportage asks whether young people can still find happiness in the gloom of the recession. Series producer Jane Knowles Executive producer Tony Moss

Contributors

Producer: Jane Knowles
Producer: Tony Moss

: Nature

Where the Buffalo Roam
Once, the high plains of the American West were home to vast herds of antelope and buffalo. Then the farmers moved in. Though driven away by the dust bowls of the 30s, they later returned to develop the bread basket of the world.
Today, as drought and bankruptcy drive the farmers off again, the high plains are sprinkled with ghost towns and abandoned farms and the wildlife is returning to reclaim the land. Producer Brian Leith
Series editor Amanda Theunissen
An Antelope West production for BBCtv

Contributors

Producer: Brian Leith
Editor: Amanda Theunissen

: Timewatch

The Pill: Prescription for
Revolution. Described as "the greatest invention since the wheel" by novelist
Angela Carter , the contraceptive pill played a crucial role in the sexual and social revolution of the 60s and 70s. With the help of archive footage from Up the Junction, Juliet Bravo and Absolutely Fabulous, and interviews with women who talk frankly about the effect the pill has had on their sexual and working lives, Timewatch asks whether the introduction of the pill was a blessing or a burden. Producer Sarah Hargreaves Editor Laurence Rees

Contributors

Unknown: Angela Carter
Unknown: Juliet Bravo
Producer: Sarah Hargreaves
Editor: Laurence Rees

: M*A*S*H

For the Good of the Outfit When Korean civilians are wounded in an attack, Hawkeye and Trapper force Henry to arrange an investigation.

: Mr Wroe's Virgins

Third in a four-part period drama, written by Jane Rogers , starring Jonathan Pryce Hannah's Story. Hannah's socialist beliefs have no place in Wroe's apocalyptic vision, but nevertheless a strong intellectual and emotional bond grows up between them.
Producer John Chapman Director Danny Boyle

Contributors

Written By: Jane Rogers
Unknown: Jonathan Pryce
Producer: John Chapman
Director: Danny Boyle
John Wroe: Jonathan Pryce
Hannah: Kerry Fox
Leah: Minnie Driver
Joanna: Lia Williams
Martha: Kathy Burke
Dinah: Moya Brady
Rebekah: Ruth Kelly
Rachel: Catherine Kelly
Tobias: Freddie Jones
Moses: Nicholas Woodeson
Samuel Walker: Stefan Escreet

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

The arts and media magazine.

: Weatherview

: Literature in the Modern World

An exploration of images of "Englishness".

: Art in 15th-Century Florence

How the medieval city was transformed during the Renaissance.








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