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: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster

Parliamentary update on Monday's affairs.

: Reviving Antiques

The series in which John
FitzMaurice Mills advises on caring for your antiques.
Today he looks at restoring

: Daytime on Two

9.05 Standard Grade Geography: A Window on Scotland - Inverness

9.25 Mathsphere

9.45 You and Me
An SFTV production for BBCtv

10.00 Movable Feasts

10.15 Look and Read - Through the Dragon's Eye

10.35 Q and Stereo

10.45 Mathscope - Boxes

11.00 Watch: Natural History - Weather (wind)
(Stereo)

11.15 Thunderbirds in French: The Man from MI5

11.20 English Express: Storywriting

11.40 The Spanish Collection: Afortunados
(Stereo)

12.05 History File: The Roman Empire - Roman Britain
(Stereo)

12.25 Lifeschool: E is for Ecstasy
(Stereo)

12.50 Teaching Today
A crash course in business and industry
(Stereo)

1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.20 The Brollys
1.35 Dilly the Dinosaur

1.40 Hawk's Eye: House and Home - Out into the garden

2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; followed by You and Me

Note: schools' half-term repeats.

Contributors

Presenter ("Children's BBC"): Chris Jarvis

: Under Sail

A look at Shamrock K.the largest single-masted vessel in the world. Originally commissioned by Sir
Thomas Lipton in the early 1930s, she has now been restored to her former glory by an Italian millionaire.

Contributors

Unknown: Thomas Lipton

: See Hear!

With signing.

: News and Weather

Subtitled (news)
Followed by Westminster Live lain Macwhirter and John Cole present live coverage of the House of Commons, including Prime Minister's
Questions. Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: John Cole

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Snooker

Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. David Vine presents the latest action.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine

: Food and Drink

Chef/restaurateur Kevin Woodford pounces on unsuspecting shoppers and goes home to cook for them. Michael Barry demonstrates his chicken waterzooi. Plus a tasting of new French wines designed to counter the Australian invasion. Presented by Chris Kelly , Michael Barry , Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke. Studio director Linda Nash
Producers Alison Field and Tim Hincks A Bazal production for BBCtv
PROGRAMME RECIPES: are available in BBC
Good Food Magazine and on Ceefax page 686.
Jill Goolden and Oz Clarke on French and Australian wines
SEE FEATURE page 34

Contributors

Unknown: Kevin Woodford
Unknown: Michael Barry
Presented By: Chris Kelly
Presented By: Michael Barry
Presented By: Jill Goolden
Presented By: Oz Clarke.
Director: Linda Nash
Producers: Alison Field
Producers: Tim Hincks
Unknown: Jill Goolden
Unknown: Oz Clarke

: Assignment

MvHomeland, YowHomeland
Allowing the historic agreement between srael and the PLO, as the Initial euphoria fades, Israeli novelist Amos Oz and Palestinian academic Hisham
Sharabi travel together throughout Israel, the Gaza
Strip, Temple Mount, the Golan Heights and the West Bank.
For Sharabi, one of the authors of the PLO constitution, this was the first visit to his birthplace since 1947. In each other's company, he and Oz can introduce the other to places they would never be able to enter alone. Oz meets Palestinian militants, Sharabi penetrates the heart of Jewish orthodoxy, and they make predictions for the future of their shared and fought-over land. Producer Brian Moser
EditorGlynn Jones

Contributors

Producer: Brian Moser
Unknown: Editorglynn Jones

: The Booker Prize

A Late Show special live from London's Guildhall. Sarah
Dunant and Tracey Macleod discuss the six shortlisted novels with Germaine Greer , poet Tom Paulin and last year's Booker judge,
Victoria Glendinning , as the winner of the 1993 Booker Prize for
Fiction is announced. On the shortlist are Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha by Roddy Doyle ; Under the Frog by Tibor Fischer ; Scar Tissue by Michael Ignatieff ; Remembering Babylon by David Malouf ; Crossing the River by Caryl Phillips and The Stone Diaries by Carol Shields. Director David Coleman
Producer Mary Sackville West

Contributors

Unknown: Guildhall. Sarah
Unknown: Tracey MacLeod
Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Tom Paulin
Unknown: Victoria Glendinning
Unknown: Roddy Doyle
Unknown: Tibor Fischer
Unknown: Michael Ignatieff
Unknown: David Malouf
Unknown: Caryl Phillips
Unknown: Carol Shields.
Director: David Coleman
Producer: Mary Sackville West

: The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer

In the last of the series, Le
Corbuissier and Papin at play, a re-enactment of Chariots of Fire and Barry White.
Producer John Birkin ; Executive producer Alan Marke ; A Channel X production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Barry White.
Producer: John Birkin
Producer: Alan Marke

: Cracking the Code

Flu kills every winter because its cause is a "quick change" virus. The moment scientists make a vaccine, the virus rebuilds itself in a different genetic form. And flu is only one health threat that has such ingenious artillery. Geneticist David Suzuki tells the story of human battles with diseases like multiple sclerosis.
Producers Bonnie Waltch , Christine Zurbach Wiser Executive producer Robin Brightwell
INFORMATION : for a transcnpt, send a cheque for£2.00 payable to BSS, to [address removed].

Contributors

Unknown: David Suzuki
Producers: Bonnie Waltch
Producers: Christine Zurbach
Producer: Robin Brightwell

: 10x10

The showcase for short films by new directors. St Ann's Big Boy
Sylvester McCoy presents the story of the world's tallest giant. Executive producer Sam Organ Director Steve Cole

Contributors

Unknown: Sylvester McCoy

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: The Late Show

Including an interview with the winner of this year's Booker Prize. Presented by Mark Lawson.

Contributors

Presented By: Mark Lawson.

: Weatherview

: Snooker

Highlights from Reading.

: Night School: Mathsphere Series 1

Mathematical topics in a real-world context.
(Continues tomorrow at 2.00am)
(to 3.40)








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