Roger Wilkes finds out what to see and do in Northern Ireland's
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Last episode of the drama for secondary-school students studying French. (stereo)
Dilly Bellingham visits Tokyo to investigate a system that produces piped sunshine for rooms without windows.
For infants. Annette and Dibs have a surprise for Spike. An SFtv production for BBCtv
Mr Boom works hard at keeping his dome home tidy.
Mick and the children have a go at saving the ponies, but they're no match for Barker and Deal.
Robots in action.
Round and Round. A look at time and planets. Presented by Fraser James. (Stereo) An SFtv production for BBCtv
The experience of 11-year-old Ross moving from Edinburgh to Milton Keynes.
An investigation of flight with a model aeroplane, a computer game and a video camera, (Stereo)
A Christmas concert with a Caribbean flavour. (Stereo)
An old favourite - now being shown in French.
A chance to air your views about schools television. (Stereo) 0WRITE TO: Q and A, BBC White City. Wood Lane. London W 12 7TS.
Careers. A look at the changing role of trade unions. (Stereo)
Personal and Social Education (2) A look at practical PSE in three different schools.
Charlie decides that it's time to leave Merrywit and return to the circus. As he rows off in his boat he starts to think about all the wonderful times he's had.
Adventures of the Monster family of Loch Ness and their friends Elspeth and Angus.
Safe in All Weathers. Modern roads are built for speed, but safety is an important factor, not only for the driver but also for the pedestrian. A Trio production for BBCtv
Followed by You and Me
A visit to "the last manor house to be built in England" - a home in Gloucestershire, built in the traditional Cotswold style but not completed until 1926.
With signing and subtitles.
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Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's questions.
and Regional News; Weather
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Championship, from the Guild Hall, Preston. David Vine introduces coverage of Round 5, with Thailand'sjames
Wattana favoured to book his place in the next round, and Terry Griffiths and Tony Drago due to start their match.
Reviewing Of Mice and Men and The Waterdance.
A sea captain and his pirate adversary embark on a thrilling race to claim a fabulous horde of diamonds before the volcanic island of Krakatoa erupts.
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A report at the half-way point of the Lombard RAC Rally as the drivers travel northwards to the Lake District.
Star Wars – the Next
Generation. Military chiefs in America and Russia plan to join forces to build a space shield against the growing threat of Scud missiles. But Britain objects to this new partnership. With exclusive footage from inside Moscow's top-secret defences and from America's closely guarded "star wars" laboratories, David Shukman reports on this first step to move beyond the Cold War. Producer Dinah Lord
Editor John Morrison
The countdown to Christmas begins with Michael Barry 's spiced ice-cream with a sharp lime sauce, plus the pick of sweet wines - the perfect complement to Christmas pud. And there's a visit to a sheep auction in Northern Ireland for an argument about how to make a real Irish stew. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry , Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke. Director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks
A Bazal production for BBCtv
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Offbeat American science-fiction series starring Scott Bakula
Piano Man. 10 November
1985: tinkling the ivories in a crowded nightclub, Sam has leapt into the body of Chuck Danner whose ex-partner has found him again after a three-year search. But she is not the only one looking for Chuck, as an exploding car is soon to prove.
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Sir John Harvey-Jones sets out to advise another UK company.
A Hell of a Big Punt. Norton was once one of the great motorbikes. But for more than
20 years the company has barely managed to keep its head above water. Now Norton faces the 1990s with large debts, few sales, new management - and a world-beating racing bike with a revolutionary engine. Can Norton's comeback on the track be turned into commercial success? Sir John thinks it can - but at a price the company may not be prepared to pay. Producer Michael Mosley
Executive producer Richard Reisz
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With Jeremy Paxman.
The arts and media magazine. ● STEREO
Analysis of the best and worst news of the week.
Today's last three stages in the Kielder Forest, Northumberland.