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Listings

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster

Yesterday's proceedings in Parliament.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 Lernexpress
from Hamburg.

9.15 Italianissimo
with Anna Mazzotti.

9.30 Inside English - giving a talk

9.45 Watch: Children in History (Stereo)

10.00 Look and Read: Through the Dragon's Eye

10.20 Around Scotland: Children of Coal and Iron

10.40 Over the Moon: Safety

10.55 Science Challenge - forms of energy
(Stereo)

11.15 English Express - factual writing

11.35 Seeing through Science
how microbes affect our lives. (Stereo)

12.00 English File: Tuesday
concluding part of a play by Edward Bond.

12.30 Scene: Two of Us
second of a two-part drama by Leslie Steward. (Stereo)

1.00 Short Circuit
animals bred for the meat industry. (Stereo)

1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
(Stereo)

1.20 Fingermouse

1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair

1.40 English Time
poetry with John Hegley.

2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather
followed by Words and Pictures (Stereo)

Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Presenter (Italianissimo): Anna Mazzotti
Writer (English File): Edward Bond
Writer (Scene): Leslie Steward
Presenter (Children's BBC): Chris Jarvis
Presenter (English Time): John Hegley

: Sport on Friday

With Helen Rollason. Swimming
European Sprint
Championships from
Gateshead. Action from one of Europe's top meetings, with medallists from the European Championships. Commentary by Hamilton Bland, Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse.
Racing
From Cheltenham, with coverage of the 2.30, 3.05, and 3.40 races. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Producer Sharon Lence : Editor Mark Wilkin
Including at 2.55
News suotitiedand Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason.
Unknown: Andy Jameson
Unknown: Adrian Moorhouse.
Commentary By: Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary By: Julian Wilson
Commentary By: Richard Pitman
Commentary By: Peter Scudamore.
Producer: Sharon Lence
Editor: Mark Wilkin

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Catchword

Word game with Paul Coia.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Coia.

: A Cook's Tour of France II

A visit to Normandy.

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz.

: Top Gear

This week featuring a test drive of Britain's new £47,000 Lotus Esprit S4 - is it really such a big improvement? There's also a visit to
Silverstone to discover quarter-scale racing cars, and a report on the Honda Pacific
Coast motorcycle, a bike that in the USA seems to have won the hearts of a few car drivers.
Producer Jon Bentley
Executive producer Dennis Adams (Snown yesterday at 8.30pm)

Contributors

Producer: Jon Bentley
Producer: Dennis Adams

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

The Mysterons gain control of a Spectrum rocket and reprogramme it.
SEE THIS WEEK page 21

: The Man from UNCLE

When a leading actress is murdered, Napoleon and Illya get into showbusiness.

: The Living Soap

Another fly-on-the-wall episode in the lives of six students sharing a house.
This week, Guy Fawkes night brings fireworks both in and outside the house.
Director Mike Barker ; Producer Richard Fell (Revised repeat next Sunday)

Contributors

Unknown: Guy Fawkes
Director: Mike Barker

: American Trilogy

Personal views on three icons of 20th-century American art. (The final programme in this series can be seen tomorrow) Stereo

: What the Papers Say

A review of the week's press by Peter Millar of The Sunday Times. A Granada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Millar

: Public Eye

The Health Business: Public
Service, Private Profit
In the second part of this investigation into the new style NHS, Barbara Altounyan reports on the men who have made huge profits out of the changes. Health service watchdogs say the public purse needs more protection. Producer Charly Beckett
Editor Peter Horrocks

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Altounyan
Producer: Charly Beckett
Editor: Peter Horrocks

: The Wartime Kitchen and Garden

A re-creation of food production in British homes during the Second World War. Rationing was introduced in January 1940 and quickly stimulated "creative" cooking. Ruth Mott disguises breast of lamb in egg and breadcrumbs and ekes out her fat allowance by using potato pastry in a leek pudding. Harry Dodson mourns the passing of farmyard manure and sets about building giant compost heaps and cloches. Narrated by Peter Thoday.
Producer Keith Sheather
GARDENING page 28

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Mott
Unknown: Harry Dodson
Unknown: Peter Thoday.
Producer: Keith Sheather

: Bottom

A comedy series written by and starring Adrian Edmondson Rik Mayall
The TV has been taken away. Richie and Eddie face a choice between culture and insanity. Director/Producer Ed Bye

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Edmondson
Unknown: Rik Mayall

: The Team - a Season with McLaren

From the production team that made the televised history of motor racing, The Power and The Glory, comes a new seven-part series on a year in the life of the McLaren Formula 1 racingteam.
Cameras followed McLaren, and team boss Ron Dennis , through the highs and lows of the 1993 Grand Prix season, a season in which number one driver Ayrton Senna began by complainingthat his car was not competitive and ended with him signingto drive for arch-rivals Williams next year. It was a year, too, in which McLaren signed Michael Andretti , the American IndyCar champion, to drive as their number two - a gamble that didn't come off.
The first programme comes from the Portuguese Grand Prix where the Formula 1 title was settled, where Senna announced his move and where
Mika Hakkinen replaced
Andretti in the number two car.
Director Tony Salmon
A John Gau production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Ron Dennis
Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Michael Andretti
Unknown: Mika Hakkinen
Unknown: John Gau

: Have I Got News for You

With guests Gerald Kaufman and Alexei Sayle , and regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Angus Deayton is in the chair. Producer Colin Swash
A Hat Trick production for BBCtv
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

Contributors

Unknown: Gerald Kaufman
Unknown: Alexei Sayle
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton.
Unknown: Angus Deayton

: Newsnight

Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: The Larry Sanders Show

Satirical comedy which goes behind the scenes of a late-night US talk show.
Starring Garry Shandling When Wayne's World star
Dana Carvey is asked to host the show in Larry's absence, Hank gets temperamental about being passed over yet again. But Carvey proves to be a natural and Larry starts to wonder if being on vacation is such a good idea.
With guest Dana Carvey.

Contributors

Unknown: Garry Shandling
Unknown: Dana Carvey
Unknown: Dana Carvey.
Larry Sanders: Garry Shandling
Arthur: Rip Torn
Hank: Jeffrey Tambor
Jeannie: Megan Gallagher

: Weatherview

: Date Rape

Angus Diggle was recently given a prison sentence for date rape, while
Austen Donnellan was acquitted. How could two men in apparently similar circumstances meet such different fates?
In the studio, victims and those accused meet lawyers and psychologists to unravel the complexities of date rape.
Executive producer Elizabeth Clough

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Diggle
Unknown: Austen Donnellan
Producer: Elizabeth Clough








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