11.00am Contact for Primary RE Jonah and the Resurrection by MICHAEL BUTT
11.20am Let's Move!
10: The Nutcracker Prince by KATE HARRISON Presenter Howard Ward
11.40am The Music Box Written and presented by Sandra Kerr (10) with Dougie Maclean and Harriet Powell
11.50am-12noon See for Yourself Stir Yourselves by MARGOT MASON
John Amis and Frank Muir challenge Ian Wallace and Denis Norden.
In the chair Steve Race. Devised by TONY SHRYANE and EDWARD J. MASON. Questions compiled by STEVE RACE
Producer RICHARD EDIS Stereo
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Presenter Jenni Murray Why does
Terence Stamp find schoolgirl stories irresistable? Why did Arthur Marshall have a crush on them? Mary Cadogan talks to Sue Margolis about passions, prefects and pinafores. Serial:
Pride and Prejudice by JANE AUSTEN abridged in 18 episodes by ELIZABETH BRADBURY. Read by Patricia Hodge (4). Serial producer PAT MCLOUGHLIN
Editor CLARE SELERIE-GREY
2.05pm Playtime Let's Go to Buy a Present Presenters Jane Hardy and lain Lauchlan (R)
2.20pm Operation Maths Calculated Tales
7: It's the Thought That Counts 8: The Break-Time Cafe Company by ALAN GRAHAM
2.40-3.00pm Whirligig Unit 2: Maths Pack 9: Moving Moggie 10: Puzzle Comer Stereo
A series of three programmes. 1: Humour
Children around the country discuss laughter with Nick Baker.
'When people laugh at disabled people, I tell them they're sick in the head.'
Producer CATHY DRYSDALE
Is There Still Life in the Art Class?
Britain's art schools suffer from the reputation of the 60s while being squeezed by the budgets of the 80s. Jeremy Front talks to pupils and teachers. Producer JOHN BOUNDY
Rat in the Skull by RON HUTCHINSON. After a week's interrogation in Paddington Green,
Roche is ready to make a statement, but when
Nelson, 'a star' from the RUC, arrives, things start to go wrong.
Directed by EOIN O'CALLAGHAN BBC Northern Ireland (R) Stereo
Trevor Nunn adds to his clutch of musicals with The Baker's Wife;
Dan Wagoner takes up the reins of London
Theatre; and poet Philip Larkin 's life is examined again.
With Natalie Wheen. Producer HILARY NORRISH
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