RCN Nursing Update Unit 52:
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With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Yesterday's events in Pa rtiament...
How this wading bird has adapted to a changingenvironment. Rpt .........
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Italy Means Business AUDIO PACK: for a book and audio cassette, send a chequeforf 13.99, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
9.30 Overthe Moon (ages 5-7) On the Move -Going by Bus 5709406 9.45
Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Look and Read (ages 7-9+)
8201002 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) 1343241 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) 9905425 11.15 See You, See Me (ages 7-9)2386970 11.30 English File (ages
14-17) 2593 12.00 TV6 (ages 16+)
Business and consumer news........
1.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Montana
Crossroads by Marilyn Webber
1.30 Q and A 71337338 1.45 Come
Outside (ages 4-5) Carton Drink
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Today: the cathode-ray tube.....
On day three, live from the Great
Rift Valley, Kenya, Chris Packham looks at what gives flamingos their pink plumage. See today's choices.
Next programme at 7.00pm
From the BBC archives, howlers caused by crises. With John Pitman.
Followed by Sport on Friday
Continuing coverage from BBC 1 at 2. 1 5pm.
Daily quiz. With Martyn Lewis. Stereo .....61
Cookery challenge. Stereo ......................45 PROGRAMME RECIPES: available on Ceefax page 613.
Today, Oprah focuses on people who are obsessed with keepingtheir best things as good as new. Stereo ................
Crater 101. Spectrum must de-activate a Mysteron complex on the moon.
When Did You Start to Stop Seeing
Things? Marty is shocked to discover Jeff can no longer see or hear him.
First shown on ITV
Live from the Great Rift Valley, Kenya, Chris Packham and Jonathan Scott continue their after-dark infra-red vigil. See today's choices.
Continues tomorrow Stereo ...............
Music news magazine.
RepeatednextSunday Stereo ............
Last of a ten-part series of vintage rock, pop, and rhythm and blues performances from the BBC archives. 1968-69 - the Progressive Tendency The heyday of cowbells, kaftans and festivals. With Pink Floyd, Donovan, the Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Family, the JimiHendrix Experience, Cream and Joni Mitchell.
Producer David Jeffcock ; Executive producers John Archer and Michael Jackson
B/Wandcolour Rpt Stereo........................74
Fourth of a six-part series.
TheFetlarNun. How Sister
Agnes became joiner, roofer, shepherd and gardenerto transform a cow byre on a remote Shetland island into a chapel.
See today's choices.
Director/Producer Patrick McCreanor
Make Up, Make Do and Mend. In the fourth of the six-part series, Geoff Hamilton visits gardens that make good use of discarded materials.
In Roger Pickering 's Leicestershire garden he finds seats made from baths and a path laid with headstones. Back at Barnsdale, Geoff shows how he built afew garden features of his own. Director/Producer Andrew Gosling
Geoff Hamilton : page 32
Finger. Eddie indulges in a spot of transvestism when he and Richie try to pass themselves off as newlyweds after stealing some honeymoon tickets. Written by and starring Adrian Edmondson and Rik Mayall.
Director Bob Spiers ; Executive producer
Jon Plowma n Stereo
Comedy set amongthe cabin crew of a passengerjet, written by and starring Alan Cumming , Forbes Masson
Dug. Sebastian hits on a scheme to find fame, fortune and females for Steve.
Director Angela de Chastelai Smith ; Producer
Tony Dow Stereo Subtitled ................
de Chastelai Smith
Aurora Borealis Wersch:
Continuing the re-run of the satirical TV news series. Featuring Sylvester Stuart , who presents the most powerful weather forecasts in Britain. Starring Chris Morris, Steve Coogan, Doon MacKichan, Patrick Marber, Rebecca Front and David Schneider.
Director Andrew Gillman ; Producer Armando lannucci
Followed by In the National Trust
Murals by Stanley Spencer at Sandham Memorial Chapel, in Berkshire.
Presenters David Baddiel and Frank Skinner invite Channel 4 chief executive Michael Grade to check on the progress of his dream team. Director Peter Orton ; Producer Andy Jacobs
Beginning a season of dance on BBC2, DV8 Physical
Theatre recreate their innovative stage production Strange Fish, which addresses questions of love, friendship and religion. The production was named winner of last year's Prix Italia fortelevision music and arts programming. Choreography by Lloyd Newson. See today's choices.
Director David Hinton ; Producer David Stacey
Silent drama starring
Thymiane, an innocent young girl, is seduced by the lecherous assistant of herfather. When she refuses to marry him afterthe birth of a baby, she is sent to a cruel reform school, only to return to society as a prostitute. The music for this restored version has been specially composed by Richard McLaughlin.
DirectorGW Pabst (1929) B/W ...........
FILM REVIEWS pages 4 1 -48
Elder Count Osdorff:
Director of reform school: