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: Breakfast News

With Signing

: Children's BBC: Lassie

Canine action.

: Children's BBC: Pirates of Dark Water

Cartoon about a young warrior. (Rpt) (Subtitled)

: Children's BBC: Blue Peter

Shown last Friday. (Stereo)

: Songs of Praise

Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC 1

: Daytime on Two

Note: half-term repeats.
9.00 The IT Collection (ages 16+) Nodes on the Net Stereo 5125236 9.25Jeunes
Francophones (ages 14-16) Notre
Environnement Stereo 6492946 9.45
Square One TV (ages 9-11) Graphs

: Children's BBC: Playdays

A visit to the Why Bird Stop. (Rpt) (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two

10.25 You and Me (ages 3-5) Pairs
2678656 10.40 Firework Safety
10.45 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Earth Warp Stereo 3196101 11.05ZigZag (ages 8-10) UK Geography
5143859 11.25 Ici Paris (ages 12-14) Pan's Jeune French language series. 3487781 11.40 English Time (ages 11-14) Get the Grammar
3098878 12.00 GNVQ (ages 16+) Health and Social Care

: Working Lunch

Daily look at business news. Stereo.

: Daytime on Two

1.00 H istory File (ages 11-16) The
Roman Empire Stereo 81673236 1.20
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Victorian Britain Stereo Subtitled 81653472 1.40 Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) Spanish for beginners. Stereo 91356656 1.45
Storytime (ages 4-5) My Mum and Dad Make Me Laugh

Contributors

Unknown: Victorian Britain

: Children's BBC: Brum

Car adventures.

: Tennis

Highlights of yesterday's final in the Brighton Ladies' Championships from the Brighton Centre, East Sussex. introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary by David Mercer and Virginia Wade.
Stereo...............................................
3.00 NeWS
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker
Commentary By: David Mercer
Commentary By: Virginia Wade.

: Snooker

Live coverage of the third round of the snooker Grand Prix from the Crowtree
Centre in Sunderland. Presented by David Vine.

Contributors

Presented By: David Vine.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Today's the Day

Martyn Lewis challenges a new set of contestants to recall headline stories from a particular day. ♦ Competitions and Offers: page

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis

: Snooker

Coverage ofthe concluding frames ofthis afternoon's match.

: Space Precinct

Continuing Gerry Anderson 's science-fiction police series.
Deadline. The chance discovery of a murder victim whose vital organs have been removed leads Brogan and Haldane to a transplant racket.
Brogan, racingagainst the clock to solve the crime, is unaware that he is marked as the next donor. Featuring special guest Steven Berkoff.

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Anderson
Unknown: Steven Berkoff.
Lieutenant Patrick Brogan: Ted Shackelford
Officer Jack Haldane: Rob Youngblood
Officer Jane Castle: Simon Ebendix
Sally Brogan: Nancy Paul
Matt: Nic Klein
Liz: Megan Olive
Podly: Jerome Willis
Romek: Lou Hirsch
Orrln: Richard James
Took: Mary Woodvine
Fredo: David Quilter
Jorry: Steven Berkoff
Speedy: Truan Munro
Prosperous Creon: Will Barton
Wirt: Rob Thirtle
Receptionist: Alexa Rosewood
Nurse: Leigh Tinkler

: The O Zone

Pop news, profiles and features. Erasure talk about their new album, East 17 are back in Britain after their world tour, and Pulp discuss their latest single.

With Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston.
Producer Paul Smith
Repeated next Sunday

Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Producer: Paul Smith

: People's Century

1924 - On the Line
Continuingthe series chroniclingthe 20th century. Tonight, how Henry
Ford's moving assembly line brought one of the greatest social and economic changes of the century. Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1

: Close Up

Director Joe Dante opts fora a clip from Orson Welles 's thriller Touch of Evil.
The next Close Up is on Thursday at 6.50pm

Contributors

Director: Joe Dante
Unknown: Orson Welles

: The Big Lottery Handout

To mark the National Lottery Charities Board's announcement of its first grants programme, this documentary looks at who gets the money and who decided which of the 15,000 applicants were the most deserving. In Britain's largest ever charity give-a-way, over£ 150 million will be distributed to charities which help to alleviate poverty. Following assessors, national committees and individual groups that applied forfunding, the programme gives an insight into how the decisions were made and where all the money from the Lottery goes. It also examines what it means to be poor in Britain today.
Producer Jackie Osei-Tutu ; Series producer
Debbie Christie

Contributors

Producer: Jackie Osei-Tutu
Producer: Debbie Christie

: Paul Smith: Made in Britain

A focus on the work of Paul Smith , one of Britain's best-known designers and currently the subject of an exhibition at London's Design Museum entitled
True Brit. Smith is a champion of British design talent, feeling strongly that although it is exploited overseas, it is often neglected at home.
Director Janet Lee ; Executive producer Alex Graham

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Smith
Director: Janet Lee
Producer: Alex Graham

: The X Files

Firewalker. When disaster strikes a team of scientists investigating Mount Avalon, an active volcano, Mulder and Scully are called in.

Contributors

Fox Mulder: David Duchovny
Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson
Trepkos: Bradley Whitford
Ludwig: Leland Orser
Jesse O'Neal: Shawnee Smith
Pierce: Tuck Milliqan

: Kicking and Screaming

The Golden Age
Aseries relating the story of British football. The years between 1923 and 1953 are remembered as a golden era, but footballers often found themselves treated as second class citizens. Tom Finney
, Tommy Lawton , Nat Lofthouse and Sir Stanley Matthews are among those who recall the conditions of employment. Narrated by James Bolam. Series producer Jean-Claude Bragard ; Executive producer Tony Moss Stereo Subtitled . Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Finney
Unknown: Tommy Lawton
Unknown: Nat Lofthouse
Unknown: Sir Stanley Matthews
Unknown: James Bolam.
Producer: Jean-Claude Bragard

: Newsnight

With PeterSnow. subtitled 607W1

: Face to Face

Jeremy Isaacs talks to Norman Mailer , one of America's leading novel and non-fiction writers, whose personal life, as well as his work, has often kept him in the public eye.
Producer David Herman ; Series editor Michael Poole

Contributors

Talks: Jeremy Isaacs
Unknown: Norman Mailer
Producer: David Herman
Editor: Michael Poole

: Weatherview

: The Midnight Hour

Tonight's political chat show host is Sir Bernard Ingham.

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Ingham.

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30 Forecastingthe Economy 12724 1.00 Countingthe Cost
858111.30 Empowerment Nightschool
2.00 Access to Learning BBC Focus
4.00 Developing Family Literacy 92618 4.30 DOH Special
5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update
Technology Season
6.00 Wall to Wall Rpt 42453 6.30 Heavenly Bodies 2
Note: viewers with Programme Delivery Control (PDC) can use the system to record The Learning Zone programmes. See page 79 for details.








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

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