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9.50am Quinze Minutes A la maison
10.05am You and Me
Presented by GARY wilmot .
Cosmo fantasises about her trip to the seaside. Karl's first day at Welsh language school. Song: The Mole in the Hole Producer NICCI CROWTHER (e)
10.20am Science Workshop Sliding (B)
Series producer MICHAEL COYLE (R) (e)
10.40am Around Scotland
Energy Goes Round and Round
Presented by GERDA STEVENSON. Producer ISHBEL MACLEAN (R) (e)
11.00am Words and Pictures Thomas Tortoise
11.15am New Series. Walrus 'If You Were Me....' 1: Calling the Tune
Wayne is confident of winning the school talent contest - but Danny's clarinet playing lands him with a serious cash problem.
Written by CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL
Producer SUE WEEKS
11.35am Tutorial Topics Appearances; Rumours Producer DAVID TAFT (R) (e)
11.55am Mathspy by JOHN TULLY .
Play Your Cards
A mysterious mission - but for whom? The answer lies in the cards! Solid Clues
The secret formula lies in the safe. The answer lies in 'C,O,D,T'.
12.15pm Science in Action Up in the Air
12.35pm Lifeschool Going to Work
Going for the Interview
1.00pm Electric Avenue Ten programmes about computers in society, With FRED HARRIS.
2: The Machine (R) (e)
Lisa Wentworth, CBE:
Agent Ql Major Hurst:
Agent Q7 Rick Seymour:
Agent Q5 Samantha Jones:
Zig Zag's Wildlife Safari Attack and Defence
Weather followed by Storytime A Lost Mitten
Presented by Jaye Griffiths. Animation MARCUS PARKER-RHODES
Producer MOYRA GAMBLETON (R) (e)
Weather followed by David Dimbleby 's TV Guide to the Galaxy From his comfortably low-tech living-room, David Dimbleby leads you through the maze of technology, politics and prejudice that surrounds the subject of television.
Press 'record' this afternoon for a permanent addition to your home video library. ... balanced, informative and entertaining.... THE SPECTATOR ... produced with panache....
... deceptively easy professionalism
Producer CHARLES MILLER (R) revised
Anagram: we envy laugh Clue: Author
(Answer in the programme!)
Presented by Paul Coia.
3: To the Ground Return
On HMS Raleigh, the time has come for the Navy to send some Nozzers back to civvy street.
Narrator Richard Denton
Producer DAVID SPIRES (R)
Morgan Cross talks to naturalist Phil Drabble (R)
and Return of the Fighting 69th
Wilma has to ask assistance from retired star fighter
Noah Cooper , in navigating through an asteriod belt to retrieve 20th-century weapons.
Written by DAVID BENNETT CARREN Directed by PHIL LEACOCK
Big Red' Murphy:
Col Wilma Deering:
DEF II's current affairs magazine brings you a fast and eclectic mix of news, issues, fashion, sport and music, live from the office in Manchester.
Each programme features a live outside broadcast and a phone poll that lets viewers decide on important issues that affect their lives.
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SHARON ALI . RACHEL PURNELL Executive producer
JANET STREET PORTER BBC North West
(Revised repeat next Sunday)
First of seven programmes Vegetables and Salads
Newspaper descriptions so far range from 'the best double act since Morecambe and Wise' to 'sizzling with sauce' and 'it makes you wonder how they ever managed to work together'. Albert and Michel Roux , world-famous chefs who own and run the award-winning restaurants Le Gavroche in London and the Waterside Inn at Bray, return to cast an appraising eye over a selection of vegetables.
They give away a few tricks of the trade by showing how something as ordinary as a mushroom or tomato may be turned into something more decorative.
Albert takes potatoes and courgettes and transforms them into pommes de terre darphin, and Michel makes a delicious potato pie.
Director SARAH NOVELLO RUCKLEY Producer JILL MARSHALL
A HAWKSHEAD/FRANCES WHITAKER production for BBC Wales
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A monthly anthology of travel, exploration and adventure - worldwide.
Introduced by John Ridgway. Tonight, two films about polar disasters. Frozen in Time
In 1846, two ships of the Royal Navy and 129 men were searching for the Northwest Passage. They disappeared without trace. In 1986, two bodies were found - preserved in the ice. The mystery of the Franklin expedition begins to unfold. South with Shackleton
A film shot in 1915 during the Antarctic adventure of Endurance and her crew.
For ten months they drifted, trapped in the southern ice.
Finally, the ship was crushed and sank - in front of one of the earliest expedition cameras. The crew's final escape, many months later, is one of the greatest stories of seamanship and courage. Producer RICHARD ROBINSON Series editor TIM SLESSOR (R) revised
The Light That Failed Written by BURT PRELUTSKY
Directed by CHARLES S. DUBIN (R)
based on the Gothic thriller Uncle Silas by SHERIDAN LE FANU. Last of three parts dramatised by DON MACPHERSON.
Starring with With the reappearance of Madame de la Rougierre,
Maud is torn between trust in Uncle Silas and mounting suspicion about a plot on her life. Alone, and virtually a prisoner in the grim house, Maud realises too late that she is caught in a lethal trap.
Music composed and conducted by PAUL LEWIS
Designer OLIVER BAYLDON Film editor RAY WINGROVE
Photography PAUL WHEELER Producer JOE WATERS
Director PETER HAMMOND
Madame de la Rougierre:
Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick with the day's top stories and the background on events making the news at home and abroad.
International reports by DAVID SELLS
WHEELER GAVIN ESLER and JULIAN O'HALLORAN.
People, issues and events in the arts and media.
Producer ROLAND KEATING