This week's programmes are repeated from last week for the benefit of those who were on half-term holiday.
A series for 4- and 5-year-olds. Cosmo and Dibs both want to be first. (R) (e)
Sleigh bells are made, and the children from Canonbury Junior School play them in their sleigh ride music. (R) (e)
Today's film is set in a car factory in Sunderland. (R) (e)
A Viking drama by Ian Taylor. (R) (e)
Rob Curling Presenter: Seeta
Why was Louis Pasteur's germ theory of disease taken up, and acted on, so quickly? (R) (e)
Will Dean be rejected because of his disability? (R) (e)
Beyond regular sight. (R) (e)
by Eric Hill.
told by Paul Nicholas. (R)
Parents should note that some of 'Daytime on Two' is aimed at teenagers and may be unsuitable for the young.
Presenter (Words and Pictures):
Neil Mullarkey looks at the making of Motherlove. Director JEANINE JOSMAN
('Motherlove ' will be broadcast next Sunday at 9.05pm on BBC1)
Weather followed by Spirits from the Past
Hugh Barnett meets three people who are certain they are in touch with dead musicians.
Producer HUGH BURNETT (R)
The Hills of Tyrone
A visit to Strabane, Gortin, Plumbridge and the rolling hillsides of Tyrone in the company of Tom McDevitte. Producer TONY MCAULEY
Betty Boop double bill: Making Stars and More Pep.
His wife missing and his invention stolen,
Nils Ahlen joins forces with a dogged police inspector to track down the culprits in the wilds of Lapland.
Producer NAT BRONSTEN Written and directed by TERENCE YOUNG
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Behind the Beat
Black girl trios take the stage. WriterCharlotte Grieg tells how groups like the Supremes invented pop music!
Executive producer JENNY COWAN Producer TERRY JERVIS BBC Pebble Mill
6.50pm Gimme 8
Italian pop star Jovanotti introduces
Pilot (1), a zany music and magazine programme from Canada.
The theme of this week's show is money or the lack of it. Producer VERONIKA HYKS
Cincinnati - Ohio with Jonathan King. No one can ever spell
Cincinnati right first time. Sport is very big here - the head of the local baseball team was a national hero until a scandal rocked America. Produced and directed by GORDON ELSBURY (R) revised
by Ludovic Kennedy.
John Mortimer is the subject of the third face-to-face interview.
Research GLORIA WOOD
Director PIETER MORPURGO Producer UNDA CLEEVE
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The final film in which
A. N. Wilson takes a fresh perspective on Victorians. 6: Julia Margaret Cameron The eccentric Mrs Cameron only took up the fledgling art of photography in her late 40s. Her unconventional portraits shocked the establishment, but her sitters were to include many eminent Victorians.
Photography GRAHAM VEEVERS and GRAHAM D. SMITH
Film editor PAT HAGGERTY Producer SUE DURKAN
Executive producer BILL LYONS BBC North West
Continuing the tribute to the legendary Hollywood star, appearing here as Aunt Hannah. With and The late 50s: a small town in America's deep south still under the influence of an old- style colonial family called the Holts is poised for a major scandal. Young lawyer Willie Croft is to represent his black housekeeper in a dispute against the Holts.
Screenplay by JEFF ANDRUS and ED NAMZUG
Producers BOB CHRISTIANSEN and RICHARD ROSENBURG
Director JEAN-CLAUDE TRAMONT
(First showing on British television. 'The Anniversary' tonight at 12midnight)
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C C H
Twentieth-century journeys along historic highways.
This week's presenters are Sarah Dunant ,
Tracey MacLeod and Ian Hislop. Producer JANEY WALKER
Executive producer KEVIN LOADER Editor MICHAEL JACKSON
I appearing as Mrs Taggart. With
An eccentric one-eyed widow threatens control over her family's lives annually on the anniversary of her husband's death.
Screenplay by JIMMY SANGSTER based on the play by BILL MACILWRAITH
Produced by JIMMY SANGSTER Directed by ROY WARD BAKER
('The Nanny' tomorrow, 12midnight)
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