6.20 Technology: Eurekaargh! Part 2 7976050 6.45 Physical Chemistry: How Do Molecules React? 3747925 7.10East Meets West: Asian Families,
Western Culture 3770692 7.35 Shakespeare's "Henry IV" in Rehearsal
9.15 Business Matters
9.45 Watch: Families - Grandparents
10.00 Look and Read
10.20 Around Scotland
10.40 Over the Moon
10.55 Science Challenge
11.15 English Express
11.35 Great Experiments - At the End of the Rainbow
12.00 English File - Language and Gender
12.30 Scene: Thin Ice
1.00 Short Circuit
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC
with Chris Jarvis
1.20 Mr. Benn
1.35 King Greenfingers
1.40 English Time
2.00 News and Weather;
followed by Words and Pictures
(Note: repeats are not indicated)
Highlights from the weekend's Open University programmes.
With Helen Rollason.
The All-Star Match from
Granby Hall, Leicester. The best players from British basketball make up two teams representing the North and the South. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Bill Beswick.
A look back at the highlights of the week's racing.
A look ahead to tomorrow's match when Wales take on England at Twickenham and attempt to secure an unpredicted Grand Slam. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Mark Wilkin
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather
A film about the evolution of the mighty whale.
Jenni Murray explores how relationships can go wrong.
A look at the Fiat Punto and the Gordon Keeble.
Colonel White appeals to the Mysterons to put an end to the war of nerves.
Napoleon and Illya search for THRUSH's latest diabolical invention.
Colin goes to Blackpool. Director Richard Fell
Producer Liz Molyneux
A review of the week's press by AnnikaSavilleof The Independent. AGranadaproductionforBBCtv
Followed by Video Nation Subtitled
No More 2.4
Second of a three-part series on the modern family.
Teenage Troubles. Twenty per cent of teenagers have had sex by the age of 16. Forty per cent of them say they regret it. Sarah Barclay investigates the values shaping tomorrow's parents. Producer Tricia Lawton
Editor Peter Horrocks
This week: making use of the colours and shapes of leaves, a look at a family of plants related to the lungwort and a predatory invader from New Zealand that has an appetite for earthworms. With Geoff Hamilton.
Executive producer Tony Laryea
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
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A defect in the suspended animation chamber creates a doorway to the past.
With Chris Barrie, Craig Charles and Danny John-Jules.
A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv
"As far as my social life is concerned, the Metro is a no-go area. I think I'd look so much better sat in an XR2," says one young driver wistfully in the first programme of Nicholas Barker's sequel to Signs of the Times. Barker has applied the same style to this chronicle of British motorists that he used with his tongue-in-cheek series on perceptions of taste in the British home. The result is five films featuring the cars, the thoughts, the dreams and the anxieties of 70 drivers.
This first programme, It Gets You Out of the House, gives seven young drivers the chance to express their feelings about their first car.
Jeremy Clarkson on teen dream cars: See Feature page 36
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Dennis Healey revisits a childhood haunt.
Director Emma Worster Rpt
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege
Comedy show in which celebrity guests play the imaginary football game. With Frank Skinner and David Baddiel. Director Peter Orton
Following a series of murders, a young hospital technician becomes the prime suspect.
Director Burt Topper (1964) B/W
FILM REVIEWS pages 51-56