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A thrice-weekly series giving advice on issues affecting family relationships.
Presented by Caroline Righton, Nick Clark and Jackie Spreckley

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Contributors

Presenter:
Caroline Righton
Presenter:
Nick Clark
Presenter:
Jackie Spreckley

The home decorating series includes crafty ideas for making the most of storage space, investigates the revival of the popularity of mass-produced plastic and psychedelic items from the sixties, discovers the secrets of chair making and considers ways of turning lavatory seats into works of art. Presented by Tessa Shaw.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Tessa Shaw
Producer:
Samira Osman
Series Editor:
Daisy Goodwin

At Durham Universitychef James Martin cooks a romantic dinnerfor students all hopingto meet ideal blind dates. Michael Barry demonstrates how to cook the Italian bread focaccia. Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke recommend
Australian wines for underL6, and Chris Kelly has food news.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producerTim Hincks
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Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Barry
Unknown:
Jilly Goolden
Unknown:
Oz Clarke
Unknown:
Chris Kelly
Producer:
Moyra Rose

On the third leg of his 1,000-mile journey along the coast of Namibia, explorer Benedict Allen heads towards the port Walvis Bay. The route involves negotiating the Langewand, or Long Wall, 50 miles of narrow beach with the Atlantic crashing in on one side and colossal dunes on the other. The camels panic as the pounding ocean threatens to sweep the team away.
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Contributors

Presenter:
Benedict Allen
Executive Producer:
Bob Long

Comedy series about long-standing friends. Bob suggests holding a spoof Oscars ceremony. The gang also decide they must find Murray a girlfriend but are put out when he finds one for himself.
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Contributors

Writer:
Paul Makin
Director:
Angela de Chastelai Smith
Producer:
Esta Charkham
Claire:
Pippa Haywood
Murray:
Tony Gardner
Jim:
James Simmons
Bob:
Jason Watkins
Mel:
Penny Bunton
Heather:
Louise van Debours

Jeremy Isaacs opens a six-part series of interviews with guests from the arts and media by talking with playwright Harold Pinter. The writer speaks about his childhood in London's Hackney, and images and events which have inspired some of his most powerful dramas. A production of his play "The Homecoming" is considered in Late Review on Thursday at 11.15pm.

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Interviewer:
Jeremy Isaacs
Interviewee:
Harold Pinter
Series Producer:
Julian Birkett
Editor:
Michael Poole

Open University
12.30 Energy and Rockets
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1.00 Organic Molecules in Action
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1.30 Man-Made Macromolecules
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Nightschool TV
2.00 Music Makers; Into Music

BBC Focus
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
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4.30 Teaching and Learning with IT
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5.00 Inside Europe
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5.30 Film Education: Truth on Trial - the Crucible

Open University
6.00 The Leathart Collection
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6.25 Stand By Your Banner!
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6.50 Melodrama
Re-creating the play The Corsican Brothers.
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BBC Two England

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BBC Two is a lively channel of depth and substance, carrying a range of knowledge-building programming complemented by great drama, comedy and arts.

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