9.5 A Service for Schools The Chameleon
9.25 Secondary English (11-14) Introducing Shakespeare 5: A Tragic Extract
9.50 First Steps in Drama Computer Whizz!
5: The End of the Game
10.25 In Your Own Time Presented by ANNE NIGHTINGALE
The 3-D world of water is populated by a bewildering variety of fishes and yet by just looking at any individual, it is possible to deduce much about its way of life.
Pat Morris and Wyn Wheeler take presenter Peter France to the aquarium.
Producer John HARRISON BBC Bristol
A Play for Joanne by STAN BRADSHAW
Read by David Mahlowe 'All they needed was attendance marks. To me the course was an alternative to being penniless. All I needed was the money. I know, awful wasn't it? But at least we all knew where we were going. Nowhere.'
Producer GILLIAN HUSH BBC Manchester
11.0 Noticeboard Better Reception TONY BARNFIELD talks to EDWARD TRICKETT of BBC Engineering Information (Repealed next Monday)
11.5 In the News A weekly look at what's new, what's in the news, and what the news is all about. Presented by JOHN HEDGES
11.30 Wavelength Cruelty to Animals Presented by ANDY PEEBLES
In the second of five programmes which take a look inside some of Britain's more unlikely houses
Sue Kirkpatrick talks to Marjorie Lofthouse about their
Round House in Shropshire. Producer ELAINE BEDELL
1.55 Listening Comer Today's songs: Slow, Slow, Quick-Quick, Slow
2.5 The Music Box Written and presented by MICHAEL BURNETT and SANDRA KERR
2.20 Living Language Harry Pay the Pirate (2)
2.40 Newscast Presented by LIBBY FAWBERT
Introduced by Sue MacGregor And So to Beds ... Naughty, romantic, sexy, companionable -just some of the words associated with double beds. But is sharing a bed really such a good idea? Is there an art to it? And why are double beds so wicked?
SALLY FELDMAN sets off on a special St Valentine's mission - to find out.
Appointment with Venus (6)
Now That the Buffalo's Gone by ROD BEACHAM with and Ever since he can remember Wayne has been interested in the history and myths of the Red Indian. But, at the age of 16. it is clear that his interest has become an obsession which could have tragic consequences.
Directed by DAVID SPENSER. Stereo
We all have queries, quibbles and quandaries which we mean to resolve but which always lie unanswered at the back of our minds. Let
Neil Landor. together with his specialist experts and the help of the BBC Reference Library, sort out the answers.
Producer STEPHEN SHIPLEY
Written by DEBBIE COOK Cast for the week:
A chance to air your views on some of the subjects raised in last week's Any Questions?
Introduced by John Timpson Compiled by LAURIE MASON Producer MARY PRICE BBC Bristol
Send your letters to: Any Answers? BBC, Bristol BS8 2LR
An introduction to political thought
The last of seven programmes presented by Brian Redhead The Moderns
Is political thought dead? Is the 20th century devoid of political thinkers who can stand comparison with Locke. Mill or Marx; or with Hobbes, Aristotle or Plato? Alan Ryan of New College. Oxford, and Liam O'Sullivan of the University of Southampton discuss these questions and assess the contributions that the thinkers of this 'century of doubts about reason' have made to the history of political thought.
Producer CHRISTOPHER STONE
A BBC Ariel book 'Political Thought from Plato to Nato' is available from booksellers
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Measuring Up The last of six programmes in which MARGARET KORviNG seeks out expert advice about how to assess and improve your employment prospects - whether you have lost a job. come to a 'dead end' or reached a turning-point in your life. The Interview Series producers NICOLE CHURCH and GORDON HUTCHINGS
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