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: Open University

6.35 Inorganic Chemistry: Crystals
7.00 Curves from Parameters

: News; Weather

: Crystal Tipps and Alistair

Animation.

: Wiz Bang

Fun and laughter to start the day. STEREO

: The Jetsons

Space-age cartoon fun.

: Eggs'n'Baker

Japanese is the flavour as Cheryl Baker cooks brown sack sushi, and guest Migumi Biddle teaches her Japanese manners. • STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Migumi Biddle

: Thundercats

Cartoon adventures.

: Going Live!

This morning's guests include actor Ian McShane (the antique dealing star of BBC 1 's Lovejoy). Emma Forbes cooks Kashmiri curry, and there's a chance to vote for your favourite British music video in this year's Brit Awards . Plus
Talkback, with Newsrounds Juliet Morris , Double Dare and cartoon action with The Raccoons and Dungeons and Dragons.
Presented by Phillip Schofield and Sarah Greene , with Nick Ball and James Hickish. Editor Chris Bellinger • STEREO
• THE BRITS: to vote, call therelevant number (calls cost a maximum of 6p):
Funny How (Airhead) 0[number removed]Change (Lisa Stansfield )... 0[number removed]Love to Hate You (Erasure) 0[number removed]Last Train to Trancentral (KLF)
0[number removed]
Sexuality (Billy Bragg )....0891 –[number removed]Cold Cold Heart (Midge Ure). 0[number removed]Killer {Seat) 0[number removed]Goodbye Cruel World
(Shakespear's Sister) 0[number removed]Stars (Simply Red) 0[number removed]Size ofa Cow(Wonder Stuff)
......................................0[number removed](Brits 1992 on Wednesday at 7.30pm)

Contributors

Unknown: Ian McShane
Unknown: Emma Forbes
Unknown: Newsrounds Juliet Morris
Presented By: Phillip Schofield
Presented By: Sarah Greene
Unknown: Nick Ball
Unknown: James Hickish.
Editor: Chris Bellinger
Unknown: Lisa Stansfield
Unknown: Billy Bragg

: Weather

: Grandstand

Introduced by Steve Rider.
Provisional Timetable
12.20 Cricket/Olympics
12.45 Racing; 1.00 News
1.05 Football; 1.20 Racing
1.35 Snooker 1.55 Racing
2.10 Snooker; 2.45 Rugby league
3.55 Olympics
Winter Olympics
Live coverage from France of the opening ceremony of the XVIth Olympic Winter Games with David Coleman. This year's games are based in the Alpine resort of Albertville in the Savoie, and have been organised by Jean-Claude Killy , the French skier who dominated the 1968 Games, winning three gold medals. Plus a preview of tomorrow's blue riband event - the men's downhill, where Franz Heinzer and AJ Kitt will race each other atVald'Isere.
• COVER STORY: page 18
Rugby League
Silk Cut Challenge Cup.
One of the top matches from the second round. Commentary by Ray French, Ross Strudwick and Alex Murphy.
Football
A review of the FA Cup fourth round ties. Plus the classified check and pools news at a suitable time during the Olympics coverage.
Snooker
Benson and Hedges Masters from Wembley. The semi-finals, with commentary by Ted Lowe , Jack Kamehm and Clive Everton. (Coverage continues at 5.55pm on BBC2)
Cricket: Third Test
New Zealand v England Third day of the final Test.
Racing
From Newbury.
12.50 Arlington Premier Series Steeplechase Final (2% m)
1.25 Byrne Brothers Compton Chase (3m)
2.00 Tote Gold Trophy Handicap Hurdle (2m 100yds).
Commentary by Richard Pitman , Peter O'Sullevan and Julian Wilson.
Producer Martin Hopkins Editor Dave Gordon

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: David Coleman.
Unknown: Jean-Claude Killy
Unknown: Franz Heinzer
Unknown: Aj Kitt
Unknown: Ross Strudwick
Unknown: Alex Murphy.
Commentary By: Ted Lowe
Commentary By: Jack Kamehm
Commentary By: Richard Pitman
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Julian Wilson.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon

: News

With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Michael Fish

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Noel's House Party

Noel Edmonds welcomes you to Crinkley Bottom for another evening of entertainment. This week, there is a dramatic Phone-In Gunge as, on the eve of their last show together on Radio 1, Bruno Brookes and Liz Kershaw, the couple who put the hate into love-hate relationships, ask for the viewers' verdict. A Gotcha
Oscar turns into a smashing experience for Henry Sandon, the ceramics expert of the Antiques Roadshow, and NTV makes another family wish they'd gone out for the evening. All this plus Wait Till I Get You Home, plenty of star guests, and Grab a Grand.
Director/Producer Michael Leggo • STEREO
• TELEPHONE: to choose who gets the gunge this week ring [number removed] or [number removed]; calls cost 5p. And [number removed] is the number to call with your answer to a question Noel Edmonds sets on the show, and someone famous could win up to £1,000 for you. Calls are charged at 36p per minute cheap rate, 48p at all other times.

Contributors

Unknown: Noel Edmonds
Unknown: Bruno Brookes
Unknown: Liz Kershaw
Unknown: Henry Sandon
Unknown: Noel Edmonds

: Big Break

Jim Davidson hosts the general knowledge game show where big prizes are on offer as top snooker stars play against the clock on behalf of contestants.
Tonight's players are: women's no 1 Allison Fisher, the ever popular Willie Thorne and quick-fire Steve James.
Keeping good humoured order is our "on the ball" referee John "Mr Trick Shot" Virgo.
STEREO
TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
CONTESTANTS: to take part send a large sae to Big Break, [address removed]

Contributors

Presenter: Jim Davidson
Referee: John Virgo
Snooker player: Allison Fisher
Snooker player: Willie Thorne
Snooker player: Steve James
Director: Nick Hurran
Producer: John Burrowes

: The Paul Daniels Magic Show

This week, there is a stone-age theme as Paul Daniels presents another magical comedy showcase. He is joined by John Inman (Mr Humphries in BBCl's Friday-night comedy Grace and Favour), and viewers are invited to join in a trick using a wine bottle, a wooden cocktail stick and two table forks. Plus Martin Daniels demonstrating his levitationa! skills with a magic cushion and, from Russia, the dancing juggler Gennadi Kil. With Debbie McGee.
Director/Producer Geoff Miles STEREO
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Daniels
Unknown: John Inman
Unknown: Mr Humphries
Unknown: Martin Daniels
Unknown: Gennadi Kil.
Unknown: Debbie McGee.

: Moon and Son

Sixth part of the astrological thriller series starring Millicent Martin
John Michie
Nearly Dearly Departed. Other people's guilty secrets can prove a risky business for clairvoyants, especially if someone mentions murder. An old lady in a nursing home sends Gladys on an unexpected journey, and Trevor helps the police to lay an extremely unorthodox trap.
Written by Gawn Grainger
Producer Robert Banks Stewart
Director John Strickland • STEREO
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Millicent Martin
Unknown: John Michie
Written By: Gawn Grainger
Gladys Moon: Millicent Martin
Trevor Moon: John Michie
Cecile Coulmier: Laure Killing
Detective Sergeant Eavis: Ian Redford
Zelda Lee: Anita Graham
Agnes Burley: Kathleen Byron
DrCharles Vincent: Richard Morant
George Milestone: William Franklyn
Mrs Milestone: Catherine Schell
Albert Parks: Oliver Smith
Vicar: Ian Talbot
Brenda: Pamela Buchner

: That's Life!

Esther Rantzen and her team, Gavin Campbell ,
Howard Leader , Doc Cox and Kevin Devine , present their mix of hard-hitting investigations and real-life humour. Plus Britain's biggest search for a new singing star continues, with Julie and Susan from Chingford. Senior producer Richard Woolfe Editor Bryher Scudamore • STEREO
• TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Gavin Campbell
Unknown: Howard Leader
Unknown: Kevin Devine

: News and Sport

With Martyn Lewis.
Weather Michael Fish
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES (news): page 888

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Midnight Caller

American drama series about the host of a late-night radio phone-in programme. Starring Gary Cole
Sale A way. Jack Killian 's life becomes a series of questions when Devon decides to marry Richard Clark , sell KJCM and leave San Francisco. The
Nighthawk faces the prospect of a new station owner - and then receives an offer to take his talents to national radio.
• STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Gary Cole
Unknown: Jack Killian
Unknown: Richard Clark
Jack Killian: Gary Cole
Devon King: Wendy Kilbourne
Billy Po: Dennis Dun
LtCarl Zymak: Arthur Taxier
Deacon Bridges: Mykel T Williamson
Richard Clark: Christopher Lawford
Nicky: Molloy Lisaeilbacher
Richmond Waters: Alex Hyde-White

: Olympics 92

Introduced by Desmond Lynam. The XVIth Olympic Winter Games have begun - this afternoon's opening ceremony in Albertville marked the start of 16 days of competition in the French Alps. The first event to get under way is also one of the Games' most popular competitions - the ice hockey. The former Soviet Union, gold medallists in the past two
Olympics, open their campaign with a new identity - the United Team. There are highlights of their meeting with Switzerland. And news from Val d'lsere, where tomorrow's men's downhill ski-ing takes place.
Plus the latest semi-final action from the Masters snooker championship at Wembley, introduced by Eamonn Holmes.

Contributors

Introduced By: Desmond Lynam.
Unknown: French Alps.
Introduced By: Eamonn Holmes.

: Weather









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