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: Open University

6.20 Art in 15th-century Italy:
Florence (parti) 7012806 6.45 Lifestyles, Work and the Family 6504332 7.35 The Present in the Past: Greek Drama

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

A report on yesterday's proceedings in the Houses of Parliament.

: Daytime on Two

9.05 Techno

9.30 Square One TV Maths

9.45 Storytime: Bertie and the Bear
(Stereo)

10.00 Thunderbirds in Hindi

10.05 Thinkabout Science
(Stereo)

10.20 Search Out Science: Structures - Getting it Together

10.40 Around Scotland: Landscapes - Work
(Stereo)

11.00 Words and Pictures

11.15 English Time: Media File - Going to the Cinema
(Stereo)

11.35 Teaching Today

12.05 Jeunes Francophones

12.25 TV6- Horizon: TB - The Forgotten Plague (Part 2)

12.50 Teaching Today: A Crash Course in Business and Industry
(Stereo)

1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis
(Stereo)

1.20 The Adventures of Buzzy Bee and Friends

1.25 Gordon T Gopher

1.30 King Rollo

1.40 Zig Zag
(Stereo)

2.00 News Subtitled and Weather; followed by Storytime

Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: The Sky at Night

Return to the Moon. Patrick Moore and Drjohn Mason report on the American lunar probe Clementine.

: CountryFile

The latest countryside news presented by John Craven.

Contributors

Presented By: John Craven.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Westminster Live
Live coverage of Parliament. With lain MacWhirter.

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Cheltenham Festival

Further live coverage featuring the 4.05 race.

: People of the Valley

Will Mark's interview go well? In Welsh with English subtitles.

: All in the Mind

Quiz show where teenagers pit their wits against professional adults.

: Food and Drink

: Star Trek: The Cloud Minders

Captain Kirk risks his life to save the slave people of Stratos City.

: Def II Reportage

An investigation into the dating game plus a special blind date. Executive producer Rachel Purnell Series producer Nicola Moody

Contributors

Producer: Rachel Purnell

: Animation Now

An animated film.

: East

Race to the Polls
Six months after the BNP by-election victory in London's East End, how have recent events affected the build-up to the local elections in May? Producer Lucy Pilkington
Series producer Nick Powell
Followed by Video Nation Subtitled

Contributors

Producer: Nick Powell

: Spoiling the Child?

The Case against Modern Parenting.
Far from being seen and not heard, children and their interests are now at the heart of the modern family's concerns, with handbooks, magazines and advice columns all promoting the concept of "child centred" parenting. But has something gone wrong as a result? Catherine Bennett argues that in paying so much attention to the claims of children, we risk losing sight of the wider needs of society.
A Juniper production for BBCtv
POLLY TOYNBEE page 28

Contributors

Presenter: Catherine Bennett
Director: Paul Wilmshirst
Executive Producer: Michael Wills

: Building Sites, USA

Michael Graves's Residence
Writer Fran Lebowitz considers the pleasures of the house of her friend, architect
Michael Graves , in Princeton, NJ. Director David FTumbull
Producer Ruth Rosenthal

Contributors

Unknown: Fran Lebowitz
Unknown: Michael Graves
Producer: Ruth Rosenthal

: Screen Two: All Things Bright and Beautiful

Pope Pius XII declared 1954 to be a "Marian Year", dedicated to the glory of the Blessed Virgin Mary. All over Ireland, grottos sprang up in her honour except, according to Barry Devlin's drama, in the parish of Eglish.
Influenced by an enthusiastic priest, a 10-year-old altar boy believes himself to be experiencing visions. First of all he encounters Barabbas, the Good Thief of the New
Testament (a cameo role by Gabriel Byrne); then he is found talking to a statue of the Virgin in the parish church. The people of Eglish believe they have witnessed a miracle.
Tom Wilkinson, as Father McAteer, makes his first of two appearances in the current Screen Two series, playing priests on both occasions (he co-stars in Priest later in the run). Writer/director Barry Devlin is best known in Ireland as the lead singer of 70s Celtic rock band Horslips.
Producer Katy McGuinness
See This Week page 6

Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

Contributors

Writer/Director: Barry Devlin
Producer: Katy McGuinness
Barry O'Neill: Ciaran Fitzgerald
Father McAteer: Tom Wilkinson
Good Thief: Gabriel Byrne
Tommy O'Neill: Kevin McNally
Maeve O'Neill: Gabrielle Reidy
Eileen O'Neill: Lorraine Pilkington
Ellie Coyle: Marie Jones

: Newsnight

Presented by Sue Cameron.

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron.

: Late Art

Including a look at Goya's images of suffering. Presented by Tracey Macleod.

Contributors

Presented By: Tracey MacLeod.

: Weatherview

: BAe

Improving performance in a changing climate.

: An Everyday Story of Industrial Folk

Negotiating tactics.

: Nightschool

TeachingToday - Language in the National Curriculum








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