Cosmo and Dibs learn to communicate with a deaf visitor to the market. (R) (e)
Sleigh bells are made and the children from Canonbury Junior School play them in their sleigh ride music which conjures up the feel of a cold, frosty and magical landscape. (e)
Today's film is set in a Japanese car factory in Sunderland. (R) (e)
A Viking drama by Ian Taylor. (R) (e)
A song about water introduces some basic methods of composing music.
Children from West Lodge Middle School and Belmont Junior School (R) (e)
Everyday science for 5- to 7-year-olds (R) (e)
The principal of the germ theory of diseases is credited to Louis Pasteur. But why was it taken up, and acted on, so quickly during the 19th century?
Presented by Paul Viragh. (R) (e)
Will Dean, who needs crutches to get about, be rejected because of his disability or be appreciated for his friendly personality? (R) (e)
This week, travel beyond the limits of the naked eye with infra red light and ultrasonic sound, explore the world of inner space with a microscope and make a pair of red and green glasses to see 3-D television. (R) (e)
by Eric Hill.
Told by Paul Nicholas.
Spot goes for a walk in the woods with his Dad and looks for wild animals. (R)
Trevor's flat tyre causes more than delays to Pontypandy's bus service... even though Sam steps in to help.
A series for 5- to 7-year-olds to encourage reading. (R) (e)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
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Rothmans Grand Prix
Introduced by David Vine from the Hexagon Theatre, Reading.
This could be the first opportunity to see James Wattana in a televised tournament. In his first season as a professional, the 19-year-old Thai recently reached the final of the Asian Open. including at
Regional News and Weather
In yesterday's programme Chris Patten , Secretary of State for the Environment, spoke of his strategy to conserve the environment in Britain. John Craven reports on how his message has been received by those it affects. Producer PHIL FRANKUN
Editor MICHAEL FITZGERALD
- starring and Eight people, chosen at random by an eccentric millionaire to inherit his fortune, each devise an unusual and sometimes hilarious way of spending their share.
Adaped from a story by ROBERT D. ANDREWS
Directors ERNST LUBITSCH ,
NORMAN TAUROG. STEPHEN ROBERTS. NORMAN MCLEOD. JAMES CRUZE . WILLIAM A. SEITER and H. BRUCE HUMBERSTONE
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Adeva, the House star shows her different style, the golden voice of Cleveland Watkiss is captured,
Papa Wemba shows off music and fashion from Parisian night clubs, plus the second part of the report on the Italian House scene.
Executive producer JENNY COWAN Series producer TERRY JERVTS BBC Pebble Mill
6.50pm Gimme 8
Jovanotti, himself a vehement anti-drugs spokesman, introduces West Germany's top discussion programme
Doppelpunkt, specially aimed at young people. The subject is AIDS.
Producer VERONICA HYKS
Alaska - the Last Frontier Jonathan King visits
Anchorage, the most remote city of America. A surprising city, not just Eskimos and igloos, in fact no igloos at all, but a place of change. Produced and directed by GORDON ELSBURY (R) revised
by Ludovic Kennedy.
Edward Heath is the second subject in a series of face-to-face interviews.
Who influenced his early years? What drove him into politics? Edward Heath reveals all, or some, in an intimate portrait. Research GLORIA WOOD
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer LINDA CLEEVE
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The fifth of six films in which the writer A. N. Wilson takes a fresh perspective on the Victorian age through an exploration of some of its most remarkable figures. 5: Mr Gladstone
W. E. Gladstone was both a creature of his time and also profoundly modem. The reverberations of his career are still being felt, particularly in his attempts to resolve the 'Irish Question' and in his coming to terms with the impotence of a once-great political party. Photography GRAHAM VEEVERS Film editor JOHN THOMAS
Assistant producer JENNY RIVAROLA Executive producer BILL LYONS BBC North West
Lynn Hollander is a successful widow who shares her Manhattan apartment with her 22-year-old son, Nick. Their life is given a substantial shock, however, when Nick announces he has begun a passionate affair - with an attractive divorcee old enough to be his mother. A witty romantic comedy about life - and love - with an older woman.
Screenplay by SUSAN RICE Produced and directed by GLENN JORDAN
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with Jeremy Paxman.
The topical arts and media programme reports on people, issues and performances.
This week's presenters are Sarah Dunant ,
Tracey MacLeod and Cynthia Rose. Producer ROLAND KEATING
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON
Rothmans Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. David Vine brings the third day of coverage to a close with the highlights of tonight's two fourth-round matches.
KEITH PHILLIPS and PETER HAYWARD Executive producer KEITH MACKENZIE