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Featuring a woman who models her life on the fifties, a visit to a golf course, and the art of sculpting clay. Today's challenge is to learn how to sing.
(Stereo)
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Guest host Emma Forbes meets people who have dangerous jobs, including RAF pilot John Peters, held captive during the Gulf War, and Dave Kennett, coxswain with the RNLI for 20 years.

Contributors

Presenter:
Emma Forbes
Guest:
John Peters
Guest:
Dave Kennett

The pop magazine takes a behind-the-scenes look at Janet Jackson's new video I Get Lonely in Los Angeles and interviews the singer about her childhood, family, relationships and sexuality. With Jamie Theakston, Jayne Middlemiss.

Contributors

Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Presenter:
Jayne Middlemiss
Interviewee:
Janet Jackson
Producer:
Angela Ferreira
Executive Producer:
Paul Smith

The series about disabled issues talks to a woman who, having claimed to be disabled, was caught on video out of her wheelchair, plus a look at whether people with asthma are dissuaded from going into pubs by the smoky atmosphere.

Contributors

Editor:
Ian MacRae

The medical magazine looks at amniocentesis, the screening procedure routinely carried out during pregnancy to test for Down's syndrome, and asks if it is always performed safely.
Plus an investigation into testicular cancer, and news of how injections of grass pollen can help hayfever sufferers.
Presented by Dr Phil Hammond and Donna Bernard.
Ceefax: page 617
Dr Mark Porter: page 45

Contributors

Presenter:
Dr Phil Hammond
Presenter:
Donna Bernard
Executive Producer:
Michael Mosley
Series Producer:
Sacha Baveystock

Culinary magazine programme presented by Chris Kelly.
AntonyWorrall Thompson cooks a tart with a topping of potato, onion and rocket, and another with tomato, onion and basil. OzClarkeandJilly
Goolden taste English ciders and Michael Barry rediscovers an old favourite - beetroot.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producer
TimHincks Stereo
HAVING IT ALL

Contributors

Presented By:
Chris Kelly.
Presented By:
Antonyworrall Thompson
Presented By:
Michael Barry
Producer:
Moyra Rose

A major season on the theme of women, family and work begins with this look at the progress of four working women in their late thirties who have decided that the time for motherhood is nigh. See today's choices.
Booklet: send a cheque for £3 made payable to BBC Education to [address removed]
See PollyToynbee: page 10

Contributors

Producer:
Amanda Richardson
Executive Producer:
Clare Paterson

Children's presenter Johnny Ball and his daughter, Radio 1 DJ Zoe, recall the difficult period of her adolescent years.
(Shifting Times is on Thursday at 8pm)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Johnny Ball
Interviewee:
Zoe Ball
Producer:
Gregor Cameron
Executive Producer:
Clare Paterson

Third in a six-part comedy-drama from Simon Nye, starring Dylan Moran, Charlotte Coleman

Ian seeks revenge when nude photos of him with Lisa are circulated in the village.

Contributors

Writer:
Simon Nye
Director:
John Henderson
Producer:
Margot Gavan Duffy
Ian Lyons:
Dylan Moran
Lisa Lyons:
Charlotte Coleman
Norriswood:
Clive Merrison
Dean Yardley:
Peter Serafinowicz
Policeman:
Phil Nice
John:
Jasper Holmes
Gavin:
Will Barton
Bruce:
William Lawrance
Philip:
Gary Sefton
Postman:
Simon Nye
Lionel:
Lee Denham

Note: repeats are not indicated.

Open University
12.30 Seeing through Maths
(Subtitled)
1.00 Hackers, Crackers and Worms
1.30 With Complements from Heidelberg

Schools
2.00 PSHE

Languages
4.00 Deutsch Plus 1-4
with subtitles.

Business and Training
5.00 Career Moves

Open University
5.45 Environmental Control in the North Sea
6.10 Working with Systems Diagrams
6.35-7.00am Groupware: So What?

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