Note: repeats are not indicated.
Own Video Report
How to make a video report for the Q and A series.
Our Future World. A summary of the environmental hazards facing the planet.
Light. The programme investigates various ways in which artificial light is used.
A playground is saved.
Mr Boom works hard at keeping his home neat and tidy.
Language and People
Introductory Tutor's Programme A foretaste of the series about
Japanese language and culture, to be repeated in February.
An old favourite in French.
Your views on all aspects of schools television. (stereo)
Tropical Rainforest. Looking at ways to save the forest. (Stereo)
While the rest of Europe basks in a heatwave, Sonja Zimmer visits cool St Peter Ording.
The Roman Empire. How were the British affected by the Roman invasion? (Stereo)
Oases in the Desert (Part 2)
Rob Curling reports from the south west of the USA. (Stereo)
Careers. A look at the changing role of trade unions.
The Competitive Edge
Professor Michael Porter of the Harvard Business School is the world's most successful and highest paid academic. David Lomax looks at his work, his wealth and asks if academe and business are too close for comfort or independence. (Teletext)
Animated cartoon. Hugo has to lose weight, so Dr Glossop advises him to take up jogging.
Alistair has trouble keeping up with Crystal Tipps's rigorous keep fit routine.
A new musical version of the story of Cinderella. (Stereo)
Followed by You and Me
Topical welfare rights magazine with news, views, information and advice on benefits, pensions, services and the law. With Helen Madden
and Andrew Miller.
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Followed by Westminster Live
Live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's questions. With lain Macwhirter and John Cole.
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Championship, from the Guild Hall, Preston. Further coverage of this afternoon's quarter finals, with the match from John Parrott 's section of the draw played to a finish. Introduced by David Vine.
News on the arts, politics and current affairs from disabled reporters. With subtitles and sign language interpretation. • TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Real Irish stew, and the countdown to Christmas.
Lombardy in the Middle Ages: the tyrant Ulrich takes prisoner the son of the heroic leader of a band of mountaineers.
Director Jacques Toumeur
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Regional Variations (2)
Current affairs series giving in-depth reports on major regional news stories. Editor Mike Flood Page
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Unusual insights into each of the 12 member states of the EC.
Spain. Youngjournalist Julia
Sevillano travels from the north to the south of Spain, showing how different the country is from its cliched images. Life has changed for the Spanish since Franco. But is the new
Spain really so new? Director John Trifmt
Executive producer Steve Hewlett ● STEREO
Tests for two high-powered four-wheel-drive saloons, Ford's new Escort Cosworth and Vauxhall's Calibra turbo.
Plus a look behind the scenes of the Lombard RAC Rally.
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Regional Variations (2)
Edina and Patsy head to Provence on holiday, but things do not go as expected. Bubble and Saffron come to their rescue.
Last in a series which reveals how propagandists make use of popular film and TV.
The Power of Soap. In Romania Ceausescu's greatest propaganda mistake was to stop showing
Dallas. In India a TV soap star was elected because she played a goddess and in South America people have won office on their screen image. This film reveals the potential political power of the television soap opera. Producer Laurence Rees
Executive producer Jeremy Bennett
Touching Humanity. Intense documentary about granite sculptor Ronald Rae.
Series producer Colin Rose
With Jeremy Paxman.
Guests include Simply Red. Director Janet Fraser-Crook
Producer Mark Cooper ● STEREO
Jools is joined by Sonic Youth, Shabba Ranks, Suzanne Rhatigan and Apache Indian.
With Lord Archer and Tony Banks.
RCN Nursing Update: caringfor people with learning disabilities and symptom control in cancertherapies.