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: Westminster

: Daytime on 2

9.00 France Francais: Chloe

9.15 Teaching Today: Search Out Science - Structures

9.45 Watch: Holidays in the home country

10.00 Look and Read: Sky Hunter - The Birdman

10.20 Around Scotland: Story of a story

10.40 Into Music: Tabla (Stereo)

11.00 Diez Temas: La vida diaria

11.15 English Express: Who-Me? - Courage

11.35 TV6: Sun Painter in France

12.00 English File: Another Evening at the Club

12.30 Scene: Sweet 17

1.00 Short Circuit: The Black Desert (Stereo)

1.20 Greenclaws

1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair

1.40 English Time: See No Evil

2.00 News and Weather
then Words and Pictures: Dogs!

: Weekend Outlook

: Sport on Friday

With Helen Rollason.
Cricket: Second Test
New Zealand v England Key moments of the second day's play in Auckland. Snooker
World and UK Open champion John Parrott looks ahead to the Benson and Hedges Masters, which starts this weekend.
Ice Skating
With the Winter Olympics a week away, Barry Davies and Christopher Dean relive
Britain's golden moments on the ice and assess prospects for Albertville.
Rugby
A preview of tomorrow's second round of Five Nations championship matches, England v Ireland and Wales v France.
Football
A round up of the week's FA Cup fourth round action.
Including at
3.00pm News; Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason.
Unknown: John Parrott
Unknown: Barry Davies
Unknown: Christopher Dean

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Popular word game. • STEREO

: Behind the Headlines

Presented by Shyama Perera. (Repeatedat 12.05am)

Contributors

Presented By: Shyama Perera.

: Cricket: Second Test

Highlights from Auckland.

: The Clothes Show

● STEREO

: Thunderbirds

Cry Wolf. Two boys in the Australian outback inadvertently put International Resue on a full-scale alert.
0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888

: Doctor Who: The Mind Robber: 1

A five-part classic sci-fi tale from 1968
Starring Patrick Troughton, Emrys Jones

The Tardis travels by accident to a land where things only exist when people believe in them.
Drama: page 7

Contributors

Doctor Who: Patrick Troughton
The Master: Emrys Jones
Producer: Peter Bryant
Director: David Maloney

: 100%

Magazine for teenagers. This week: RifatOzbek's clothes as Image goes "tribal"; travel in France, England,
Portugal and Russia when Euro looks at food, spot Trevor and Simon cunningly disguised as...?; ?; thrill to another magical Photo Romance, plus a preview of gigs, movies and events. Series producer Roy Milani ● STEREO

Contributors

Producer: Roy Milani

: Public Eye

Return of the weekly investigative series.
Back to the Blackboard?
Should we turn the clock back to the days when children sat in straight rows and were taught the three Rs by a teacher standing at the blackboard?
Education Secretary Kenneth Clarke is impressed by French primary schools, where this still happens. Mike Baker reports from France.
Presented by Peter Taylor. EditorNigel Chapman

Contributors

Unknown: Kenneth Clarke
Unknown: Mike Baker
Presented By: Peter Taylor.
Presented By: Editornigel Chapman

: Old Garden, New Gardener

Tonight's gardening problems include leaky ponds, weed-infested rock gardens and awkward inspection covers. With Geoff Hamilton and Gay Search.
Producer Mark Kershaw
Executive producer Tony Laryea
A Catalyst Television production for BBCtv
● TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888 GARDENING: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Producer: Mark Kershaw
Producer: Tony Laryea

: Victoria Wood-as Seen on TV

A re-run of Victoria Wood 's first comedy series from 1985. With Julie Walters , Celia Imrie , Duncan Preston , Susie Blake. Director/Producer Geoff Posner ● BBC VIDEO: £ 10.99, from retailers.

Contributors

Unknown: Victoria Wood
Unknown: Julie Walters
Unknown: Celia Imrie
Unknown: Duncan Preston
Unknown: Susie Blake.

: Arena

Masters of the Canvas
When pop artist Peter Blake confessed in a magazine article that his fantasy was to be the mysterious masked wrestler Kendo Nagasaki, who never speaks and never removes his mask, little did he know what the consequences would be. Poet and television producer Paul Yates , also fascinated by the persona of Nagasaki, read the article and proceeded to research the possibility of Blake painting Nagasaki's portrait as a centrepiece for a film which would also, he hoped, include an exclusive interview with Nagasaki himself. Does he exist outside the ring and, if so, who is he?
Masters of the Canvas follows Yates's quest for the sitting, the interview and the man behind the myth. Director Mary Dickinson

Contributors

Artist: Peter Blake
Producer: Paul Yates
Director: Mary Dickinson

: Newsnight

With Sue Cameron.

: What the Papers Say

A look at the week's press. A Granada production for BBCtv

: Scrutiny

Ian MacWhirter reports on the work of Parliament's select committees.
Editor Geoffrey Sumner

Contributors

Unknown: Ian MacWhirter
Editor: Geoffrey Sumner

: Weatherview

: Behind the Headlines

(Shownat4.30pm)








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