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: Open University

6.20 Probability and the Genetics Game 9602676 6.450fFish and People: Modelling a Muddle 3463893 7.10Catalysts against Pollution
7.35 Developing World:
Packaging Culture

: Breakfast News


: Mahatma Carey

Story of a late-1 8th century missionary in India.

: Consuming Passions

Basic rice.

: Cornered

Thriller starring Dick Powell as a former airman in search of the Nazi collaborator he blames for his wife's murder.
Film Reviews pages 45-52


Director: Edward Dmytryk
Gerard: Dick Powell

: Town Portraits

Barnard Castle, Co Durham.

: The Gazebo

Off-beat comedy starring Glenn Ford When a television writer is blackmailed, he decides to take matters into his own hands. With Debbie Reynolds. Director George Marshall (1959)


Unknown: Glenn Ford
Unknown: Debbie Reynolds.
Director: George Marshall

: Glynn Christian .

Tastes China Xiamen.

: Green Street

Creating gardens in New York City.

: Children's BBC

With Chris Jarvis. (Stereo)

Postman Pat


Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis

: Man and Boy

Cotswold Lakes.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Harvesters of Honey Collectors of honey in the Himalayas.

: See Hear!

With signing and subtitles.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Westminster Live

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz.

: People of the Valley

There's another assault. In
Welsh with English subtitles.

: The Munch Bunch

The story of a Munchausen's Syndrome sufferer who has spent 12 years in and out of hospitals, but there is nothing physically wrong with her.

: Gardeners' World

Creating an instant herb garden, plants for a windy place and a plant lover's balcony.
(Snownlast Friday) Stereo

: The Crimson Pirate

jght-hearted pirate tdventure, starring Burt Lancaster
Landing on a Caribbean island to sell stolen arms to a rebel leader, the Crimson Pirate plans deceit and betrayal. Director Robert Siodmak (1952)


Unknown: Burt Lancaster
Director: Robert Siodmak
Vallo: Burt Lancaster
Ojo: Nick Cravat
Consuelo: Eva Bartok

: Education Special

Orthodox approaches to bullying often fail - children are frightened of "grassing" to a teacher and telling parents is no better. Twenty-one children at Acland Burghley School, an inner-London comprehensive, have been properly trained as counsellors and trusted to offer services to children in trouble. It's a risky strategy. This film offers unique access to their counselling sessions and discovers their pioneering work in bringing bully and victim together. Director/Producer Oliver Morse A Windfall production for BBCtv
BULLYING HELPLINE: is available tree on [number removed] any day 4.00-9.00pm


Producer: Oliver Morse

: Home Front

Statistics show that we
3re spending more of )ur leisure time at home, so it is not surprising that home improvement and decoration is becoming one of the nation's most popular activities.
Described as offering an intelligent, stylish and accessible insight into the design choices that people make in their homes, this new six-part series is the first magazine-style programme devoted to the subject of interior design.
Presented by comedy actress
Caroline Quentin , the series covers topics such as loft conversion, mail order shopping, architectural salvage and domestic lighting. Items in this first programme include what imagination and a power saw can do to a L50 wardrobe, how tenants can disguise a landlord's poortaste.andwhyantique
Swedish furniture could be the look of the future.
Series producerTim Kirby
“You name it and I've lived in it, "says Caroline Quentin.


Unknown: Caroline Quentin
Unknown: Caroline Quentin.

: Quantum Leap

Blood Moon. 10 March 1975.
Sam is disconcerted to find himself in the body of a vampire. Stereo

: 40 Minutes

Soon after buying their house, John's wife left him; with three children to care for, John could not continue working as a self-employed plumber and fell behind with the mortgage payments. Alan and Linda used their house as security to start a small business; when the business collapsed, the bank threatened repossession.
Hundreds of thousands of families in Britain are paying the price of the 1980s boom in house purchases and bank lending. Each week more than
1,000 homes are repossessed. Michael Darlow's intimate record of six months in the lives of two families threatened with repossession gives an insight into the stress and degradation it causes. As filming continues until today, their current situation remains unknown.
Series editor Paul Watson
Followed by Video Nation


Unknown: Michael Darlow
Editor: Paul Watson

: Newsnight

With KirstyWark.

: The Late Show

India Week. The bizarre tale of how Muslim novelist Taslima
Nasreen has become the heroine of Hindu fundamentalists.
Has India's most famous broadcaster Mark Tully "gone native'? And India's national passion: cricket.


Unknown: Mark Tully

: Weatherview

: Technology

Free Body Diagrams.
12.25-1.30am OU Downloaded Video:
Computer-Aided Design.

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