The Playground Stop.
4.20 Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde
Seventh of a 15-part comedy series.
Jason Jitter's prize marrow is targeted by Harriet Hyde.
Next episode on Thursday at 4.25pm
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
4.35 Out of Tune
Fourth of a ten-part comedy series. Tony makes a fool of himself with a potter's wheel. Ice's football trial creates competition.
5.10 The Lowdown
Children of the Mothership.
A portrait of children growing up in Aspen, Colorado.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am on BBC2
See John Peel : page 9
Julia Jekyll ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Moira Jekyll ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Jerry Jekyll ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Memphis Rocket ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Mrs Rocket ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Lester Blister ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Jason Jitter ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Harnet Hyde ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Writer ("Julia Jekyll and Harriet Hyde"):
Tony ("Out of Tune"):
Ice D ("Out of Tune"):
Natalie ("Out of Tune"):
James ("Out of Tune"):
Rachel ("Out of Tune"):
Sheri ("Out of Tune"):
Street ("Out of Tune"):
Writer ("Out of Tune"):
Continuingthe series in which the presenters of Holiday take up the challenge of a job in the travel industry. Tonight
Monty Don aims to become a stuntman on the Universal Studios tour in Florida, but first he must prove himself by wrestling with a "shark" on the Jaws ride. entertaining visitors as Harpo Marx and exercising his animal-training skills.
Series producer Fenia Vardanis ; Executive producer Jane Lush Stereo
Sarah seeks advice about love, Lenny is intrigued when Lola gets friendly, and Dot loses more than her savings when she makes a monumental decision.
This week's episodes written by Mark lllis and Simon Ashdown
Producer Lis Steele ; Director
Philip Casson Stereo Subtitled .....
Philip Casson Nigel Bates: Paul
Teresa di Marco:
Nicky di Marco:
A series focusingon Liverpool's Alder Hey children's hospital.
This week the patients include a four-year-old boy having a major operation to correct his club foot, and a four-month-old girl who is admitted to have a fused bone in her skull removed. Plus updates on the progress of two patients featured last week.
Producer Minoo Bhatia ; Series producer
Birds in Black
The series concludes with a film about ravens, featuring a pair of birds in Oregon who have lived together in the avian equivalent of matrimony for 25 years.
Narrated by David Attenborough. A new series will be shown next year. See today's choices. Producers Jeff Turner and Sue Turner
Series producer Robin Hellier
More dramatic stories of real-life rescues, presented by Michael Buerk and Donna Bernard.
Includingthetaleofalone yachtsman who braved an Antarctic storm to rescue a fellow sailor, and the story of a young bomb-disposal officer who endured a 36-hour test of nerves defusing an unexploded wartime device. Plus another look behind the scenes of firefightertraining.
Series producer Dick Colthurst Series editor Andrea Wills
VIDEO: for acopy of the 999 Lifesaver family safety video, send a cheque for £9.99. payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed] DETAILS: on Ceefaxpage629 or visit the web site: www.bbc.co.uk/education
Wasted Lives. The series on juvenile crime in the post-War era continues with an examination of policies and attitudes towards the punishment and rehabilitation ofyoung offenders, looking at the approved schools of the 1950s and the therapy-based centres which replaced them.
Director/Producer Denys Blakeway
When successful Bill
Campbell responds to a call for help from his sister, he soon finds himself robbed and left on a road outside of town.
Director Francis Veber (1992. PG)
♦ See Films: pages 54-60 *
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