5.30 RCN Nursing Update Never
Goingto Be Easy: Giving Bad News.
6.20 Maths: Modelling Pollution How mathematical modelling can help to control pollutants in the water.
6.45 Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice. This church, built to house a venerated painting of the Virgin and Child, has been described as the most perfect piece of early Renaissance church architecture in Venice. 5414513 7.10 Japanese
Education: Changing the Mould Finding out why the education system in Japan is underreview. 9015884 7.35Database
Developments. A look at the future of relational database management systems.
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
The continuing adventures of the Arthurian knight. (Rpt) (Stereo)
The Hendersons are upset when Sarah chooses a college far from home.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The French Collection (ages 16+)
Kaleidoscope Social 3640548 9.25 See You, See Me (ages 7-9) See 1960s - Entertainment 8250068 9.45 Watch
(ages 5-7) Festivals and Celebrations - Food and Fasting
Today, the Playbus stops at the Playground Stop.
10.25 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Geese 8823432 10.45 Science Zone (ages
9-11) Plants and Animals - Barn Owl
Challenge Stereo 3923567 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Plants and Animals -
Inside Plants Stereo 9204971 11.15 Le Club (ages 9-12) Bonjour 2178068 11.30Ghostwriter(ages
10-12) Ghost Story (part 1)
Today, videos produced by government agencies for deaf people. With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday, 10.00am on BBC I Stereo ...
l.00 Teaching To day: Primary Science Stereo 17398 1.30 Showcase: Primary
Preview 58470884 1.40Thunderbirdsin Hindi The Perils of Penelope (Episode 1) 79731451 1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5) Hello
Adventures of a family of monsters. (Rpt)
The Liberal Democrats. Nick Ross presents coverage of this year's Liberal Democrat Party Conference from
Glasgow. Anne Perkins and Jon Sopeljoin him, talking to delegates in and around the first of the three major party conferences this autumn........... including at 3.55 News Regional News; Weather
Liguria and Piedmont. In the firstof a seven-part series, Keith Floyd travels to the Italian Riviera where he prepares mullet in pesto sauce on a portable stove in a town square. Then he heads into Piedmont where he cooks up a hearty stew of cockerel, beef, ox tongue and pig's head.
Producer Michael Treen ; Executive producer
Robert Page Rpt Stereo
Another chance to see episodes from the first series of the comedy.
For Whom the WeddingBells Toll. Will and Lisa prepare to walk down the aisle. But last minute jitters might put the whole thingon ice. And what other surprises are there in store forthe Banks family?
The hard-hittingdrama series about a Sydney inner-city high school.
The school basketball team need a new coach and try to persuade Vic to take the job when they find out he was once a basketball pro.
David Gower marks the end of the series with a review of how the County Championship was finally decided. Also, commentators reflect on the season, Jimmy Adams sends the final instalment of his video diary of the West Indies tour and cricket fan Gary Lineker talksto Mike Atherton .
Producer Philip Bemie
An inside look at education.
Kicking the Habit. With drug abuse in schools reaching new heights, the Government says that teachers can help combat the problem. This programme takes a look at the various schemes which have been tried out.
Some teachers work with agencies on the street, others follow an American scheme which invites the police into the classroom, and in Holland, children meet addicts in custody. But does any of it work?
Executive producers Chris Lent and Peter Weil Producer Mark Jones
INFORMATION: call the National Drugs Helpline on [number removed] for free and confidential advice 24 hours a day
Acclaimed fish chef Rick Stein presents the second of his series on cooking fish and seafood. Among tonight's dishes is a simple, tasty way with mackerel. See today's choices.
Rick Stein : see page 42
Classic comedy set in the north-east of England. Starring James Bowlam and Rodney Bewes.
Michael Gambon narrates the story of the tiny undersea craft developed during the Second World War. The Italian Navy first developed these deadly vessels and used them to devastating effect against the Royal Navy. Irritated by the Italian success, Churchill ordered the development of British human torpedoes and mini-submarines. These scored their first notable success against Hitler's "unsinkable" battleship Tirpitz. The programme also tells of Japanese volunteers who piloted human suicide torpedoes into American ships.
This week, Simon King watches passage and resident waders on some rich mudflats, goesforagingforfungi, and explains how to take part in a dormouse survey.
Producer Yvonne Ellis ; Series producer Mike Beynon INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 624. BBC Wildlife magazine. or access the Internet: the URL address is: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/ or record the closing titles and playback on stop frame. You can
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With animal rights organisations continuingto make the headlines, Sarah Dunant explores the relationship between humans and animals. She argues that human attitudes towards animals are riddled with contradictions.
Producer David Stewart ; Series editor Michael Poole
12.00 Art and the Left The Critique of Power. How American artists reconsidered their role
Primary science: The Experimenter
(7-9). Space Ark (7-11). .........