6.45 Newton's Present-day
Success 4461850 7.10 Muscles: Question of Fuel Supply
7.35 Technology: Eurekaaargh! (parti)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
The invention of nylon and developments in artificial fibres.
Grant makes something useful out of a pile of rubbish.
Series for infants. Dibs is angry at not winning a game.
Mathematician, Dirk Niblick, solves a problem of area by moving boundaries.
Paul Young reads Bus Fuss by Sandra McCuaig.
Paul Young Author (Bus Fuss): Sandra
Can the Ghostwriter team prove that Stoopdude is a cheat? (Stereo)
In Hindi. (Stereo)
11.05am Q and A
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television. (Stereo)
Daily life on the Nile. (Stereo)
Sonja talks to young people who are working in the German media.
How did people respond to the problems of the 19th century? (Stereo)
In many parts of the world, water is rapidly depleting. Will Britain suffer the same fate too? (Stereo)
How do Tanzanian teenagers cope in rural areas? (Stereo)
Can Britain follow America and force companies to extend their equal opportunities policies to suppliers, advertising and investment?
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Neptune music for a rocket launch. (Stereo)
Topical welfare rights show. with Helen Madden and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of Prime
Regional News; Weather
World Championships skating from Prague. Featuring medal routines from last night's pairs free programme.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop chooses his favourite TV clips. With Emma Freud.
The last of the series looks at traditional family dishes.
Western starring Barry Sullivan
Determined to recover a cache of valuable repeating rifles, a tribe of Apaches stalk a small band of travellers as they cross the Arizona desert.
Director Harold Schuster
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Capt Matt Riordan:
Barking Mad. The Dangerous Dogs Act was designed to protect us from savage animals, but many believe it isn't working. Safe household pets have been destroyed while an estimated 2,200 pit bull terriers are still at large.
Fiona Bruce reports on moves to reform the law. Producer Nick Metcalfe
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Offbeat ski-ing series.
Muriel Gray tries the new
American Telemark ski-ing, visits Soli in Austria to check its reputation as the Benidorm of the Alps, and invites
Gary Davies from Radio 1FM up to the Snow Show Chalet. Director Hamish Barbour Producer Angus Lamont
A Gallus Besom production for BBCtv
Can the V8 turbo of Aston
Martin's new Vantage match the Lamborghini Diablo ?
Jeremy Clarkson tests it and takes a look at the prototype for Aston's small, relatively cheap sports car at the Geneva Show. There's also his second report from the Alaska Highway. Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders are in bed with two
Madonnas and pay tribute to Fleetwood Mac. Director Bob Spiers
Producer Jon Plowman
A history of childcare in the first half of the century.
Happy Days. The first holiday camps, hop-picking, bonfire night and trips to the countryside were among the ways families enjoyed themselves together in the early 1900s. Using first-hand accounts and archive film, this programme explores the changing nature of family leisure. Producer Steve Humphries
Executive producer Sam Organ
A Testimony Films production for BBCtv
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Surreal tales, using archive clips with unexpected voiceovers, told by Jim Broadbent , Joanna Brookes , Jon Glover , Enn Reitel and Steve Steen.
Producers Geoff Atkinson. Kim Fuller
Includes an exclusive interview with musician Frank Zappa.
Weekend viewing from the OU.
How three British businesses prepared for last December's single market.