6.45 Maths Methods: Applying
Matrices 9489633 7.10 Statistics: Testingfor Telepathy 31984637.35 Maths: Volumes of Revolution
Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Mr Banglebede's mechanical toys give Jess an idea for a story.
Workplace language skills.
How to communicate effectively.
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Maggie Philbin looks at steps parents can take to help solve their children's difficulties with learning to read.
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Ellis and Simon explore human attempts to fly. (Stereo)
How the great Colorado River became the lifeblood of America's desert cities in the southwest.
The unique aquatic life of Strangford Lough is under threat.
A musical version by Guernsey children of the story of the German occupation of the island.
THABTO are stealing backpacks. With in-vision sign language. (Stereo)
Two children give their own version of what led up to a playground incident. (Stereo)
a three-part play by Edward Bond.
Irene tries to shoot her father - but her boyfriend's gun isn't loaded. With Bob Peck,
Ben Chaplin, Natalie Morse.
by Willy Russell.
A classic drama from 1975. (Stereo)
Series on film-making in Scotland. Who are the craftsmen and women who make a film, and how are they trained?
Animation. Penny draws a statue.
Ruff manages to hijack all the puppies' treats.
Albert and Rachel go to Blackpool.
Followed by Words and Pictures (Stereo)
A preview of the weekend's OU programmes.
Coverage of the quarter-finals of the Stella Artois
Championships from the Queen's Club, London. With commentary by John Barrett , Mark Cox and David Mercer.
Introduced by Barry Davies.
3.00pm News and Weather Subtitled (news) and at
3.50pm News and Weather Subtitled (news)
Regional News; Weather
Western starring Robert Ryan Claire Trevor
At the end of the Civil War, Yankee officer Jeff Clanton must prove his innocence when he is arrested on a trumped-up murder charge.
Director William D Russell (1951)
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American comedy series.
My Dad Can Beat Up Your
BMW. When Garry's baseball team makes it to the play-offs, he desperately wants his father to come. But Helen doubts he'll show up, even after her threat.
Presented by Joanna Coles of The Guardian.
A Granada production for BBCtv
Britain's servicemen abroad and their families are getting a raw deal from military hospitals. Phil Parry reveals a catalogue of medical bungling which has left service wives and children casualties of peace. Producer Nick O'Dwyer
Editor Peter Horrocks
It's possible to build a beautiful self-contained garden for just a few pence, as Liz Rigbey discovers. Gay Search meets writer and gardener Penelope Hobhouse , and at Barnsdale Geoff Hamilton is already preparing for next spring. Series producer Laurence Vulliamy Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
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Norman Beaton is the guest on the last of the multi-cultural comedy series which features a knees up down the "Rub a Dub". With music from Macka B. Director
Terry Jervis Producer Bill Wilson
Magazine series in which
Kirsty Wark is your guide to the people and issues that shape Britain's heritage. This week Lucinda Lambton unveils her very personal selection of heritage heroes, starting with Victorian engineer Sir Joseph Bazalgette , the man who masterminded the London sewage system.
Series producer Sally Angel
Executive producer Roland Keating
The first of two compilations featuring highlights from Elton's first solo series.
Director John Burrowes
Producer Geoffrey Perkins
With Matt Johnson 's band, The The, the Jayhawks, country rockers from Minneapolis, reggae DJ and singer team
Chaka Demus and Pliers. Plus a capella harmonies from
Zimbabwean Black Umfolosi.
Director Janet Fraser Crook Producer Mark Cooper
So You Wanna Be a Rock 'n'
Roll Star. On the road with the Kursaal Flyers, one of 1976's hottest tips, as they tour the UK in a beaten-up van. This slice-of-life documentary looks at the reality behind the fantasies of touring, the dressing rooms and motels. Producer Mark Kidel