Presenter: Peter Mayne.
A look at old churches.
(Parents should note that some of Daytime on Two is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.)
A story-writing competition.
How faith helps to see others differently.
A multi-media package featuring problem solving. Today: packaging.
(Shown on Tuesday at 10.40am)
A look at fast food.
Grain mountains in farming country.
Coping with relationships. (R)
Third in a series discussing the varied demands of the secondary science curriculum.
The trumpet plays a jazz tune. With Iain Lauchlan and Jane Hardy. Music by Richard Brown Puppets by Joanne Cole Graphics Clare Beaton
Producer Michael Cole (R)
Music about a goblin.
Tony Neilson and Jennie Jay Williams go to the shops in the 50s.
From Hornchurch, Essex.
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Today's business in Parliament including Prime Minister's Question Time.
Presented by Vivian White. Commentator: Brian Curtois.
Regional News and Weather
4.05 Ritz Club National Hunt
Chase (3m If)
Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Desmond Lynam reports from Tenerife.
Director Bruce Thompson
Series producer Patricia Houlihan (R)
Emma Freud invites
Alan Coren to plunder the BBC archives.
June Whitfield discovers easy ways to work out at work, to prevent ourselves becoming part of the working weak in a world where 'higher-tech' means lower physical effort.
With Professor Jerry Morris and Dr Stuart Biddle. (First shown on BBC1;
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Behind Mr Holland 's modest exterior lurks a criminal mind. Holland supervises bullion deliveries at the bank and his immediate target is
£1 -million in gold. Meeting Pendlebury, his plans begin to take shape.
Producer Michael Balcon Director Charles Crichton
W FILMS: panes 15-20
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Snipe-Clam Grapple A modern classic of Chinese animation.
Britain's record in training its workforce is among the worst in Europe. The
Government, the employers and the trade unions all agree on that; but what are we going to do about it?
Tonight's programme brings you the inside stories from the world of work, looks at the problem through the eyes of Mark, a computer whiz kid who has to fight off would-be employers, and of Cathy, a university graduate determined to get back to work now that her family is growing up. Their stories throw light on why Britain is gripped by a skills crisis. Is there a way out?
John Withington reports from Manchester on a new plan to open up training for all.
Reporters: Susan Rae
Geoff Small and John Withington.
Producer/Director Lindsay Knight Series producer Andrew Forrester A Diverse production for BBCtv
By Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn.
Starring Paul Eddington Nigel Hawthorne
The economy drive turns out to be more serious than
Sir Frederick expected.
Music Ronnie Hazlehurst
Producer Sydney Lotterby (R)
The programme that reveals what's really happening to the environment. Tonight,
Nature shows that there's no such thing as a free lunch, especially when it's salmon and chips.
Also. the second report from America on what's really happening at Niagara Falls. With Michael Buerk and reporters Triona Holden and Grant Mansfield. Series producer
Geraldine McClelland Editor Jeremy Bugler BBC Bristol
The Bumy Mob Go Wild
Nine lads from Dundee are cast away on a remote, uninhabited Scottish island.
They throw themselves off cliffs and jump from high-speed motorboats.
What sounds like a James Bond movie is in fact part of a survival course to help out-of-work youngsters build self-esteem. It's no picnic and the film shows how they cope.
Producers Jon Guilbert and Roger Beam
Editor Caroline Pick
AnOriginalVisionLtdproduction for BBCtv
( Postponed from 8 February)
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Tense, nervous headache? Take an aspirin. Three thousand years ago, a popular cure was trepanation - a hole drilled through the skull. The ancient Egyptians used clay crocodiles and the Romans tried shocks from electric fish. Today people take aspirin - more than seven million a week in the UK. Writer Chris Fallon
Series producer Kim Flitcroft Producer Michael Davies BBC Bristol
Reporters: David Coss , Olenka Frenkiel ,
Peter Kellner , Wesley Kerr , Peter Marshall , Julian O'Halloran , Rupert Segar , David Sells ,
Sarah Spiller , Francine Stock , Janet Trewin and Charles Wheeler.
Deputy editors Keith Bowers and Eamonn Matthews Editor Tim Gardam
Producer John Whiston
Play is regarded as central to education and to children's everyday activities, but psychologists are by no means agreed about the nature and function of play.