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A series runningfrom Monday to Thursday in which members of the public tackle politicians on current issues, with the hope ofsettingthe parliamentary agenda. Presented today by Sarah Baxter. Main telephone number: [number removed].
Freephone: 0[number removed]. Orfax on: [number removed]. Stereo ................

Contributors

Unknown:
Sarah Baxter.

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Lernexpress (ages 13-16) Du Bist Was Du 1st 3273400 9.15 Teaching
Today: Music! Music! Music! - Planning the Next Move Stereo 401495 9.45 Numbers Plus (ages 5-7) On with the Show! (numbers 10-100)

10.25 Q and A Extra 7788990 10.40 Look and Read (ages 7-9+)
11.00 Zig Zag(ages 8-10) Food and Farming Stereo 3354394 11.20 English Time(ages 11-14) 2978955 11.40 Mathsphere Special (ages 12-16)
Direction Stereo 3338232 12.00 Painting the World (ages 16+)

Comedy about a married couple, both journalists, whose professional rivalry spills over into their respective newspaper columns.
When they decide to have a baby, the whole of Los Angeles learns their intimate secrets. With Margaret Colin , Tim Matheson and George Di Cenzo.
Director James Frawley (1987) * FILM REVIEWS pages 55-60
Includingat
3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)

Contributors

Unknown:
Margaret Colin
Unknown:
Tim Matheson
Unknown:
George Di Cenzo.
Director:
James Frawley

Regional Variations (2)

The Private Life of Plants

Episode 5: Living Together

Duration: 49 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

David Attenborough looks at how plants often rely on animals, fungi and each other for food, protection or a home, but they do not always co-exist peacefully.

A special concert, live from Coventry Cathedral, to commemorate today's 50th anniversary of the bombing of the German city Dresden, twin city of Coventry whose gothic cathedral was destroyed by Nazi warplanes in 1940. Artists and war is the theme of the event which features the BBC Philharmonic, conducted by Yan Pascal Tortelier, performing Beethoven's Fourth Piano Concerto, with soloist Stephen Kovacevich, and Sir Michael Tippett's Piano Concerto, played by Martino Tirimo - a work directly inspired by the Beethoven concerto, and representing Tippett's own, very different response to war.

Sir Michael celebrated his 90th birthday last month. During the interval, he looks at the composer's experience as a pacifist in Britain during the last war, with contributions from friends and associates, and there is archive footage of Dresden and Coventry. Composer Michael Berkeley narrates a feature in which tonight's two pianists discuss the similarities between the concertos.

Contributors

Conducted By:
Yan Pascal
Soloist:
Stephen Kovacevich
Soloist:
Sir Michael Tippett
Played By:
Martino Tirimo
Unknown:
Michael Berkeley
Director:
Rodney Greenberg
Producer:
Chris Hunt

The first instalment of funny, fast-moving love story in two parts, written by Martin Sadofski. Against a backdrop of racial tension and the eventful lives of the local community, two Bradford teenagers experience the joys and anxieties of a childhood friendship that blossoms into love. The concluding part can be seen next Monday. See today's choices.
Producer Peter Waller ; Director Charles Beeson
* See This Week: page 6

Contributors

Written By:
Martin Sadofski.
Producer:
Peter Waller
Director:
Charles Beeson
Nan:
Rosemary Leach
Sue:
Jayne Ashbourne
Steve:
Stuart Laing
Gary:
Jason Done
Sunil:
Ravi Kapoor
Barry:
Jeff Rawle
Phil:
Ken Kitson
Lynn:
Leslie Clare O'Neill
Ellie:
Nicola Hird
Tourguide:
Roger Lloyd Pack
Outsider:
Alex Norton

The last of six tales featuring comedian Jim Tavare and his double bass.
A Star Is Born. Showbiz agent Larry Starshine spots Jim and his double bass and decides he can make one of them a star - and it isn't Jim.
Written by Jim Tavare. David Dowse and Al Murray Producer Sarah Smith ; Director Ian Ernes
Followed by Video Nation Shorts More personal views from people recordingtheir everyday lives.

Contributors

Unknown:
Larry Starshine
Written By:
Jim Tavare.
Written By:
David Dowse
Written By:
Al Murray
Producer:
Sarah Smith
Director:
Ian Ernes
Jim:
Jim Tavare
Larry Sunshine:
Johnny Barrs
Chauffeur:
David Dowse
Tubaman:
Matt Devitt

Jeremy Isaacs interviews American playwright Arthur Miller, as his latest play Broken Glass transfers to London's West End and A View from the Bridge begins a national tour. See today's choices.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Isaacs
Subject:
Arthur Miller
Producer:
David Herman
Series Editor:
Michael Poole

12.00 Medicine: the Challenge of Judgment First in a series exploring medical judgment and decision-making. Discrepancies between doctors' diagnoses and pathologists' findings suggest all is not well..
12.25 Introduction to Design
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4.45 Disability Agenda
Including a fashion show and some
Incap questions answered. Signed and subtitled.
5.00-5.15 Strathclyde TV - Putting You in the Picture: update for staff of Strathclyde Regional Council.
5.30-6.00 RCN Nursing Update Unit 52: Immunisation.

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