6.45 Science: Drifting Continents 1009014 7.10 Biology Form and Function: Enzymes 3500052 7.35 Physics: Energy to Go Round
Note: repeats are not indicated.
People who deal in thrills, from a fairground ride designer, to a female aerobatic champion.
Featuring a 25-year-old freelance businessman.
When Isabelle writes a letter, Cosmo and Dibs decide to help. An SFTV production for BBCtv
Mr Boom tells children there are times they must say no.
Geordie Racer. Janie is still trapped on the ship. Will her message get through?
A mathematical approach to environmental problems. With Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones.
Dinosaurs. Poems, animations, stories, music and movement.
Diaries and Notebooks. The personal diary of Miss Eye, private investigator.
Finding out what life was like on the island a long time ago.
The children work out actions to go with their music.
The Perils of Lady Penelope
(part 10). In Hindi.
Your views on schools television.
Citizenship - Images of Africa The current arts and crafts scene in Zimbabwe.
Helping Children with Reading Difficulties. A range of teaching and learning strategies
Cartoon about a boy and his toys.
Ships and the Sea. A science series for 7- to 9-year-olds.
A Trio production for BBCtv
Followed by You and Me
Falmouth Working Boats. The boats used to fish oysters on the River Fal have evolved to be both practical and beautiful.
With signing and subtitles.
Live coverage from the House of Commons.
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Melodrama set during
FILMthe Second World War, starring Conrad Veidt Valerie Hobson
The Danish master of a neutral ship becomes involved with the search for a gang of spies.
Director Michael Powell
SEE FILMS pages 47-54
Including Forever Young and The Distinguished Gentleman.
I Clint Walker Edward Byrnes
An Indian scout and trapper finds himself caught up in a battle between the Sioux
Indians and the US cavalry.
Director Gordon Douglas
SEE FILMS pages 47-54
Last report in the series on foreign affairs.
The cost of bananas is a question that is dividing Europe. Germany wants a free market with lower prices, whereas Britain is happy to pay more. But for the growers, it's a matter of life and death. While the former British island of St Lucia faces economic crisis, the environment in "banana republics", such as Costa Rica and Honduras, dominated by giant American fruit companies, has been damaged in the search for the perfect banana. Julian Pettifer reports. Producer Helen Jenkins
Editor John Mornson
Series exploring the wildlife of the English Channel.
Pure Lagoon. The freshwater world of Slapton Ley in south Devon is the scene of spectacular annual events: the spring arrival of young eels, summer flowers and teeming shoals of fish. Predatory pike stalk the shallows, while birds breed in a reed jungle. But its real claim to fame is as a haven for the shy, elusive otter. Series producer Andrew Cooper
An AC Wildlife production for BBCtv
At last- there's some good news for British otters
SEE FEATURE page 26
Offbeat American science-fiction series starring Scott Bakula Dean Stockwell
Hurricane. August 1969 and Sam becomes Sheriff Archie
Necaise to save girlfriend Cissy from getting killed by an approaching hurricane.
Concluding the two-part film which highlights the shortage of human organs for transplant. A Change of Heart. In last week's film a donor heart was found for Rob, but Sandra was left waiting for the transplant without which she will die. This week the story moves to the laboratory at Papworth Hospital, where medical scientists are searching for a long-term solution to the shortage of human organs. They hope to make science fiction come true by developing transgenic pigs, animals whose organs humans won't reject. But the researchers also have to face threats from animal-rights activists who are horrified by such an idea.
Directors Colin Luke and Leanne Pooley Series editor Paul Watson
A Mosaic Pictures production for BBCtv
The men bringing new hope to heart patien ts
SEE FEATURE page 28
The arts and media magazine.
A look at the range and variety of Open University courses available to all.