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: Westminster

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on 2

9.00 Short Circuit: Designer Babies

9.10 Standard Grade Studies: On Your Head Be It

9.30 Ici Paris: Ville Internationale

9.45 You and Me: Growing

10.00 Square One: Place Value

10.15 Over the Moon: Letters

10.30 History Lower Secondary: The Romans

10.50 Mathsphere - A Giant Leap; Level Pegging

11.10 Landmarks: Mountains and Minerals

11.30 The Geography Programme: The Other Germany

11.50 Topics - Street Safe; Parents

12.10 Let's See: Go 4, 5

12.30 Science in Action: In the Picture

12.50 Teaching Today - Geography: Key Stage 1 and 2

1.20 Charlie Chalk

1.35 Bunyip

1.40 Music Time: Promenade

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me: Growing!

: Advice Shop

The programme for consumers of welfare and public services returns with a new look magazine format packed with news, information and advice.
This week's special report Deathtrap Housing investigates why three people are dying every week from fires in privately-rented accommodation. With
Helen Madden and Jacqui Harper.

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Madden
Unknown: Jacqui Harper.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live
With Prime Minister's
Questions and other
Parliamentary highlights.

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia. * STEREO

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: Coma - a Living Death

A look at specialist medical work involved in dealing with victims of serious head injuries.

: Behind the Headlines

Jeffrey Archer and Tony Banks , MP, chew on two of the week's hottest political potatoes. (Repeatedat 12.05am)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeffrey Archer
Unknown: Tony Banks

: Food and Drink

● STEREO

: Big Top Pee-Wee

First showing on network television for this comedy starring Pee-Wee Herman, Kris Kristofferson
Mace Montana and the Cabrini Circus are blown on to Pee-Wee's farm during a storm.
FILMS: pages 35-41

Contributors

Director: Randal Kleiser
Pee-Wee Herman: Himself
Mace Montana: Kris Kristofferson
Winnie: Penelope Anne Miller
Gina: Valerie Golino
Midge Montana: Susan Tyrrell
Mr Ryan: Albert Henderson
Otto the strongman: Franco Columbo
Big john: Kevin Peter Hall
Bearded lady: Lynne Stewart

: Animation Now

Udel. A man battles the nightmarish creations of a video arcade machine.

: First Sight

Behind the region's headlines. Members of Europe
Jonathan Beale reports from Strasbourg, Brussels and the south-east constituencies of Euro MPsJohn Stevens and Carole Tongue.
Producer Tony Chapman
Executive producer Peter Lowe
0 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel

Contributors

Unknown: Mpsjohn Stevens
Unknown: Carole Tongue.
Producer: Tony Chapman
Producer: Peter Lowe

: Tweed

Every year, Welsh rugby legend Gareth Edwards visits the River Tweed to fish the finest salmon pool in Europe. Narrated by Eric Robson. Producer Michael Begg

Contributors

Unknown: Gareth Edwards
Unknown: Eric Robson.
Producer: Michael Begg

: Perpetual Motion

Machines that refused to die.
The A vro Shackleton. RAF crews have been flying
Shackletons for 40 years in the front line of the Cold War.
Filmed during the last months of its long service, crew members reflect on the departure of an old friend. Producer Andrew Johnston
Series producer Peter Grimsdale
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

Contributors

Producer: Andrew Johnston
Producer: Peter Grimsdale

: A Bit of Fry and Laurie

Surreal wit and comedy written by and starring Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie. With Geoff McGivern , Rebecca Saire. Jo Unwin and Karen Gledhill.
Producer/Director Kevin Bishop STEREO
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
● BBC VIDEO: £ 10.99, from retailers.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Hugh Laurie.
Unknown: Geoff McGivern
Unknown: Rebecca Saire.
Unknown: Jo Unwin
Unknown: Karen Gledhill.
Director: Kevin Bishop

: The Washington Version

The first of three programmes marking the first anniversary of the Allied attack on Iraq.
Invasion. Seven men formed
President George Bush 's War
Cabinet. Six of them reveal new details of how they organised the United States' response to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait on 2 August 1990. They are: James Baker , Secretary of State; Dick Cheney , Secretary of Defense; Brent Scowcroft , National Security Adviser;
Robert Gates , his deputy, now Head of the CIA; Vice-President Dan Quayle and Colin Powell ,
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Plus Sir Charles Powell , foreign policy adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
With Professor Arthur Miller of the Harvard Law School.
Producer Mark Anderson
A Brian Lapping production for BBCtv (Part 2 tomorrow at 9.30pm) ● DOCUMENTARY: page 10

Contributors

Unknown: George Bush
Unknown: James Baker
Unknown: Dick Cheney
Unknown: Brent Scowcroft
Unknown: Robert Gates
Unknown: Dan Quayle
Unknown: Colin Powell
Unknown: Sir Charles Powell
Unknown: Margaret Thatcher.
Unknown: Professor Arthur Miller
Producer: Mark Anderson

: Party Political Broadcast

By the Liberal Democrats

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

The arts and media magazine. * STEREO

: Weatherview









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