6.45 Pilgrimage: The Shrine at Loreto 6793428 7.10A
Historian at Work
7.35 Film as Evidence: Poverty in the 30s
The two worlds of Frances MacRae , teacher of English at a London girls' school and aerobatic ace.
Pathe News this week in 1954. A Griffin production for BBCtv
9.05 Topics for Tutorials: Stealing and Unfinished Business
4974138 9.25 Job Bank: Print journalist/sea fisherman Stereo ' 4954374 9.45 Numbers Plus:
10.00 Go 4,5: My Health-
Exercise Stereo 4182645
10.20 Music Time
4191393 10.45 Thinkabout Science
11.00 Zig Zag
11.25 The Science Collection
6325664 11.50Jeunes ' Francophones 329619012.10 The Geography Programme
5470190 12.30Study Ireland: History 2319515 12.50
Teaching Today: IT for Primary Schools
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis Stereo 1.20The Adventures of Buzzy Bee and Friends 58703312 1.25Melvin and Maureen's Music-a-Grams
Stereo 23769770 1.40
Landmarks: History of Writing and Printing Stereo
49562190 2.00 News and Weather; followed by Numbers Plus Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 12.30pm.
Favourite recipes from ten years of Food and Drink.
Songs of Praise
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Subtitled (news) 7267916 ' Regional News; Weather
Further coverage from
Preston of the World Indoor
Bowls Championships. < Featuring the second round of the singles, and the second pairs quarter-final.
Commentary by David Rhys Jones, Jimmy Davidson , Mal Hughes , David McGill and John Bell.
Smith gets involved in a family clash which ends in court.
50 Inspiring Ideas: Update 94 A report on work issues, an investigation into sexual harassment and news of one of Britain's brightest designers. Director Michael Wadding
Series producer Danielle Lux
Taking tonight's class at the Royal Academy of Music in London is uniquely talented percussionist Evelyn Glennie. A former RAM pupil, she is believed to be the only full-time solo percussionist in the world. She is working tonight with three students: Tessa Taylor , Robert Farrer and Joel Moors. Presented by Sarah Greene. Director Decian Lowney
Producer Jan Younghusband
Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Hunt for the Doomsday Asteroid
— Now that the Cold War era has passed, the _ Star Wars technology developed in America could be used to destroy meteors big enough to threaten life on earth.
"Scientists have calculated that death by meteorite is as likely as being killed in a plane crash," says producer
Tim Haines. "But the sort of rocks which kill a quarter of the world's population only arrive every few million years."
More than 150 large craters have been identified around the world, and evidence is growing to link these with incidents of mass extinction - of dinosaurs, for example. Alarmingly, too, satellites designed to monitor nuclear launches have been fooled by meteors detonating In the outer atmosphere. A false alarm raised in a politically sensitive part of the world could lead to an international disaster.
Horizon looks at the implications and politics behind the desire to save the world.
Series editor Jana Bennett
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The story of Dan Cruickshank 's search for the remains of London's famous Euston Arch, a great Victorian landmark demolished more than 30 years ago but rumoured still to exist. Director Basil Comely Revised
Drama starring Bill Kerr
When an Australian family gathers to celebrate the grandfather's 80th birthday, the reunion is soured by the self-interest of his relatives.
Director Anthony Bowman (1986)
FILM REVIEWS pages 39-43
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
For decades Billy Connolly has been one of Britain's most popular comedians. Tonight he talks to Jeremy Isaacs about stand-up comedy, bodily functions and the night someone set fire to his hair.
Producer David Herman Stereo
How social and physical change in 19th-century Paris affected the Impressionists.
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