9.00 The Geography Collection Stereo8732067 9.25Standard Grade English
5078319 10.00Thunderbirds in Hindi 9096390 10.05
Seeingthrough Science 3566425 10.30 Ghostwriter: Building Bridges (part 4) 90715 ll.OOQandAStereo 2858135 ll.lOLandmarks: Coping with the Climate 6100357 11.30DiezTemas
3074970 11.45 History File:
The Era of the Second World War
Geography Programme: Images ofthe Earth 5244777 12.25
Lifeschool: Careers - So What
Now? 2339116 12.50
Business Matters: Leamingfrom Experience
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20Fiddley Foodie Bird
1.30 Johnson and Friends 60236203 1.40 Music Time
Stereo 49326390 2.00 News
Subtitled and Weather; followed by Numbertime
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Pedestrian Accidents. More children die on the roads than from any other accident. What can be done by parents and drivers to make the roads safer? With Anneka Rice.
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This week the citizens' rights magazine comes from Truro where Helen Madden and Andrew Miller investigate issues affecting the Duchy of Cornwall.
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Live coverage of the House of Commons, including
Prime Minister's questions.
Clem has an emotional day ahead. Have
Mansel Bennett 's indiscretions caught up with him? In Welsh with English subtitles.
Word game with Paul Coia.
Magazine programme confronting current issues surrounding disabilities. With sign language interpretation. Series producer Ian Macrae
Western starring Glenn Ford
Sam Dent sets off with a cargo of prize Brahma bulls for a wealthy Brazilian rancher only to find his client has been mysteriously murdered.
Director William Castle (1955)
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Red Hot Riding Hood
Current affairs programme which tackles issues affecting London and the south east.
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Tonight's programme in the science series examines the biochemistry of irrational food craving and travels to New
Mexico in search of a new form of life. With David Malone.
Executive producer Alex Graham
The Old Rose Revival. Roger Phillips continues his search for the perfect rose, discovering beautiful lost blooms in surprising locations in the USA, from the hills of the California Gold Rush to the deserted gardens of Alcatraz. Director/Producer Ian Keill
Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
An outbreak of dyslexia threatens "Psycho Ward
Eleven". With Jean Marsh , Peter O'Brien and John Sparkes.
Director Metin HQseyin ; Producer Alan Nixon
Michael Palin has travelled round the world In 80 days and then journeyed from North to South Pole - all in the cause of television journalism and entertainment. In contrast, a journey from Londonderry, in the north of Ireland, to Kerry in the south is a less frenetic trip. But it does fulfil Palin's love of travel.... and trains in particular.
"There is something about railways that makes life seem tantalisingly simple," he says. "it's a world In which choices are made for you, courses mapped out, paths already plotted, and the direction Is always forward."
On his journey Palin separates the myth from the reality about Irish rail travel, learns more about his Irish great-grandmother, and discovers that railways - and Ireland's train-spotters - are strictly non-sectarian. From Belfast he catches the "peace train", a service operated jointly by Northern Ireland Railways and Irish Rail, and travels to
Dublin. Then it's Cork, the village of Buttevant, and a search for his roots.
Michael Palin on his love of trains - SEE FEATURE page 28
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Presented by Peter Snow.
Mark Lawson with some cultural highlights of the week.
Highlights from the weekend's Open University programmes.