9.15 Higher Education: What Sort of Course?
The degree you take at a polytechnic (or a college or institute of higher education) is likely to be in a more practical subject than at university.
9.38 Lifeschool: Equal People
The second in a series of five programmes about women and society, this film looks at clubs and groups, especially single-sex groups and the reasons for their existence.
10.00 You and Me
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds
Book: "Rebekah and the Slide" by Christine Parker
Illustrated by Lisa Kopper
10.15 Music Time: Harmony
10.40 Thinkabout: Looking Up/Looking Down
Brad wonders what's happening when he sees a Mexican hat on feet.
11.00 Zig Zag: Getting About: Direction: 2
Tony Aitken finds how a compass can help him on his treasure trail.
11.20 English Time: Storytelling: The Spinechillers - Horror Stories
11.45 Tutorial Topics: Two's Company - Parts 1 and 2
by Kelvin Reynolds
A two-part play
'Three' becomes a crowd when a new girl, Andrea, arrives in school and threatens Kia and Susie's friendship.
With Victoria Birch, Juno Cheatle, Joanna Dukes and Mac McDonald
12.08pm History File: British Social History: In the Case of Ann Williams Alias Edwards
Ann Williams, a teenager and criminal, was imprisoned twice and finally transported to Australia in the 1840s. Learn of the Victorian penal system through her experiences.
12.30 General Studies: Alternative Ways of Healing (1)
Is alternative medicine complementary to. or in conflict with, orthodox medicine?
1.00 Science in Action: What's Cooking?
The science of cooking. How does the pressure cooker cook? What are microwaves and why does popcorn pop? These are some of the things investigated in this week's programme.
A See-Saw programme
with the voices of George Layton and John Telfer
1.38 Near and Far: Now and Then: Victorian Children: A Victorian Day
In June 1887 Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden Jubilee. Exactly 100 years later, children from the Salisbury Small Schools Association researched and re-enacted some of the Jubilee events which took place locally. This is the first of four programmes on the theme of Victorian childhood.
Two children bring their little sister to join the library and to listen to a story.
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Dr. Alan Maryon Davis presents a guide to emergency first aid.
Someone choking can die within minutes. Would you know what to do?
Could you save that life?
Drama written by LESLIE DUXBURY Produced by JENNY ROGERS and JUUAN STONEHOUSE (R) (e)
Weather followed by Chronicle
Rescued from the Nile
In the early 70s Chronicle began recording the rescue of the last and most important Egyptian temple from the swirling waters of the Aswan High Dam. The first of the monuments rescued was the celebrated Abu Simbel. The
Ptolemaic temples of Isis and Trajan's Kiosk, dating from 350BC, and built on the now submerged island of Philae, were the last.
Introduced by Eric de Mauny Producer JULIA CAVE
Series editor BRUCE NORMAN (R)
Regional News and Weather
Rights for Part- Timers What is the connection between working in a bar, at a shop checkout, or as a cleaner?
The chances are that all these jobs will be part-time - and that often means low pay, insecurity and poor conditions of work.
There are five million part-time workers in Britain, and that number is rising. The vast majority are women.
Margo MacDonald asks what your rights are if you are a part-timer.
Series producer TONY MATTHEWS Produced by HENDRIK BALL (e)
Rob Curling looks at what's going on in radio and TV; and Marian Foster has news from the Daytime Club.
A romantic serial in 16 parts set in Cornwall of the 1780s based on the novels by WINSTON GRAHAM
Part 16 by JACK RUSSELL
Poldark against Warleggan; Warleggan against Poldark -the feud must be resolved. So must the strained relationship between Ross and Demelza. In this last episode, both fuse into a blazing climax as Ross goes to Trenwith to confront George for the last time.
Producer MORRIS BARRY Directed by PAUL ANNETT
The XV Olympic Winter Games
Desmond Lynam introduces the final programme.
As well as looking back at the memorable moments of a great sporting festival, this two-hour special includes highlights of the closing ceremony in Calgary's
McMahon Stadium. How many of the gold medal winners will return to defend their titles in Albertville, France, in 1992? Commentators DAVID VINE
ALAN WEEKS, RON PICKERING
TONY GUBBA , GERALD SINSTADT
Televison presentation CTV
A Quest for Creatures of the Deep Ocean
Imagine sitting in an armchair, locked in a clear plastic bubble, for a journey almost a kilometre down into the Pacific Ocean off
California. A crane lowers you into the water. Then, cut loose from the cable, your sub sinks ...
Narrator Ian Holm
Picture editor MARTIN ELSBURY Producer ADRIAN WARREN
For the past ten years doctors in America have been experimenting with a new drug to treat incurable cancers. Interleukin 2 has been both acclaimed as a miracle and criticised as cruel and unethical. Some patients with advanced tumours are completely cured, but most show no improvement and suffer agonising physical and psychological side effects. A few die from the treatment. Horizon follows three patients who have been accepted on to the drug trial. Stakes are high for both sides. The researchers believe that this costly and controversial therapy could revolutionise cancer treatment. The patients are guinea pigs in a last-ditch experiment to save their lives.
starring with and Foetal Attraction
It's tough when you're the possible father-to-be and you want to be prepared for the big moment. All the reading and a heavily padded
Bert Viola fail to do the trick, but how does David get to go to childbirth classes when his 'partner' is miles away with an attitude problem? Then into Blue Moon walks the very beautiful, very single and very pregnant Terry ...
Written by CHARLES H. EGLEE and ROGER DIRECTOR
Directed by ALAN ARKUSH
A series of murder investigations featuring the forensic scientists and police officers who solved the original cases. Introduced by Ludovic Kennedy Hate Campaign
A sheep's head is impaled on a farm gatepost, underneath is a note which reads 'You next'. It is the first of a series of bizarre and horrific events investigated by the Chepstow forensic science laboratory and police from the Avon and Somerset Constabulary.
Names of people and places have been changed.
Directed and produced by OLIVER MORSE and IAN DUNCAN (R)
The last word on world events analysed by Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick
With international reports by David Sells
Charles Wheeler , Gavin Esler and Julian O'Halloran Assistant editors
NIGEL CHAPMAN. NICK GUTHRIE Deputy editor MIKE ROBINSON Editor JOHN MORRISON
How does a major historical book come to be written? Professors Arthur Marwick and Michael Thompson discuss the research and writing of Thompson's book, The Landed Interest in 19th-Century England.