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: Open University

6.45 UnderstandingSpace and Time: MarkingTime 9779023 7.10 Biochemistry: Nitrogen Fixation 5330874 7.35 Design and Innovation: Gallium Arsenide

Contributors

Unknown: Gallium Arsenide

: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00am The Biology Collection: Mechanisms of change
theories of evolution.

9.20am Landmarks Special Reports
Children in Wunnewil, Switzerland, investigate the threat to rare marshes and peatbogs.

9.45am You and Me
Series for infants. Baxter and Dibs have a day out.

10.00am La Maree et ses secrets
A five-part adventure serial in French, by Christopher Russell and Jane Cottave.

10.15am Over the Moon
Mr Boom pays a visit to a nursery class.

10.30am Ghostwriter: To the Light (part 3)
While searching for Double T, Rob and Lisa get trapped in a disused subway.

11.00am Q and A
A chance to air your views on all aspects of schools television.

11.10am Landmarks
Local children investigate the problems of river pollution.

11.30am Movable Feasts: A Better Offer - Christianity
What is the connection between a couple getting married and Robert's conscience?

11.45am History File
The effect of the Second World War on the people of Britain.

12.05pm Geography Casebook
Finding a new use for derelict buildings in the Midlands.

12.25pm Lifeschool
Campaigning for a cause.

12.50pm Winning: Winning with Leadership
David Hall shows how the owners of two successful businesses have trained their management in delegation skills. A Diverse production for BBCtv

1.20pm Noddy
Animation. (Stereo)

1.30pm Funny Bones
Animation. (stereo)

1.35pm Pinny's House
Animation.

1.40pm Music Time
A song about transport in Java.

2.00pm News and Weather (Subtitled)
You and Me

Contributors

Writer (La Maree et ses secrets): Christopher Russell
Writer (La Maree et ses secrets): Jane Cottave
Presenter (Winning): David Hall

: The Mosquito

Born as a private venture before the start of the Second World War, the Mosquito struggled to be recognised by the Ministry of Defence, before becoming one of the most versatile aircraft ever built. This film, made by the de
Havilland Aircraft Co in 1945, tells the story of the aircraft which served with distinction in every theatre of war.
SEE FILMS pages 41-50

: News; Weather

Subtitled (news)
Westminster Live
Coverage of Prime Minister's questions.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather

: The Lady Wants Mink

Comedy starring Dennis O'Keefe
A woman's attempt to get a mink coat on the cheap could have disastrous consequences.
Director William A Seiter
SEE FILMS pages 41-50

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis O'Keefe
Director: William A Seiter
Jim Connors: Dennis O'Keefe
Nora Connors: Ruth Hussey
Gladys Jones: Eve Arden
Harvey Jones: William Demarest

: From the Edge

Magazine programme for people with disabilities. With sign language interpretation.

: Great Day in the Morning

Western set in the US
Civil War, starring
Robert Stack
A cynical gambler is persuaded to take sides in the war by the son of a man he has killed.
Director Jacques Tourneur
SEE FILMS pages41-50

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Stack
Director: Jacques Tourneur
Owen Pentecost: Robert Stack
Ann Merry Alaine: Virginia Mayo
Boston Grant: Ruth Roman
Stephen Kirby: Alex Nicol
Jumbo Means: Raymond Burr
Zeff Masterson: Leo Gordon

: First Sight

The Silence of the Children. For over 20 years the Nuffield Speech and Language Unit in Ealing, west London, has taught young children to speak. Now, as the Government's health reforms begin to take effect, it faces possible closure.
Fiona Bruce reports. Producer Hilary Rosen
Editor Mike Flood Page REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Producer: Hilary Rosen

: Tales from the Map Room

A new series looking at the history of maps.
Plum Pudding in Danger Tales from Elizabethan
England to the modern Middle East show how lines on maps have cut through towns, tribes and territories.
Producer Julian Stenhouse

Contributors

Producer: Julian Stenhouse

: Top Gear

A visit to the old Niirburgring circuit in Germany, to join a group of enthusiasts and their exotic cars for the sheer fun of driving. Among the highlights were the pre-war Mercedes of Caracciola, and the Maserati 250f in which Fangio won the 1957 Monaco Grand Prix. Plus a report on six months with a Ford Escort Cosworth.
Producer Ken Pollock
Executive producer Dennis Adams
What do the Top Gear team drive?
SEE FEATURE page 22

Contributors

Producer: Ken Pollock
Producer: Dennis Adams

: The Comic Strip Presents....

A series of films starring the Comic Strip regulars.
Gregory - Diary of a Nut Case Would-be mass murderer
Gregory decides that as homage to his favourite serial-killer film he will make his own home video nasty. Director Peter Richardson Producer Lolli Kimpton
A Comic Strip production for BBCtv

Contributors

Director: Peter Richardson
Producer: Lolli Kimpton

: Under the Sun

Documentary stories about people living in unfamiliar cultures.
Monday's Girls. Now that they are old enough to get married, it is time for Florence and Azikiye to go through their
Nigerian tribe's time-honoured Iria ceremony. Confined in the "fattening rooms", they will be extravagantly fed, excused all housework and instructed on the mysterious arts of womanhood. But for one of the two, it all proves too much. DirectorNgozi Onwurah
Series editor Alan Bookbinder
A Lloyd Gardner production forBBCtv

Contributors

Editor: Alan Bookbinder
Unknown: Lloyd Gardner

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

: Weathervlew

: Jumpcuts

Weekend viewing from the OU.

: Structuring Medical Decision-Making

Drawing a diagram shaped like a tree can help doctors to make better decisions.








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