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: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary update.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 Lernexpress 2
9.15 France Means Business Stereo 200549 9.45 Watch:
Birth Education
10.00 Look and Read: Earth Warp Stereo 4840617 10.20 Around
Scotland: Media Studies
10.40 Over the Moon: Environment 1933094 10.55Science
Challenge
11.15 English Express
11.35 Seeing through Science Stereo 5576723 12.00 English File: Texts Time 88471 12.30 Scene: Terraces
1.00 Short Circuit 37555933 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
Stereo 1.20 Charlie Chalk 23428471 1.35 Bump
90906742 1.40 English Time: The Ancient Mariner(part 3) 49220162 2.00 News and Weather; followed by Words and Pictures
Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Jarvis

: Open View

Highlights from the weekend's Open University programmes.

: Sport on Friday

With Helen Rollason.
Golf
The golfing world's big names compete in the Dubai Desert Classic.
Ski-ing
Women's World Cup Downhill from Sierra
Nevada, Spain - with the Winter Olympics just eight days away, the top skiers' last chance to test their form.
Rugby Union
A preview of tomorrow's
Five Nations Championship matches. England enters the fray with the Calcutta Cup match against Scotland at Murrayfield, while Ireland plays host to a rejuvenated
Wales in the second match of the campaign.
Football
A review of the best of the FA Cup fourth-round action. Producer Paul McNamara
Editor Philip Bernie Stereo
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason.
Producer: Paul McNamara
Editor: Philip Bernie Stereo

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Today's the Day

News quiz.

: Dilemmas

What can you do when relationships go wrong?
Jenni Murray explores the problems, today focusing on how to avoid repeating mistakes.

Contributors

Unknown: Jenni Murray

: Catchword

Word game.

: The Quest for the Rose

Roger Phillips 's search for the perfect rose takes him to the United States.

Contributors

Unknown: Roger Phillips

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

The Traitor. The Mysterons announce that Spectrum is about to be sabotaged by a traitor and Captain Scarlet, who is investigating hovercraft crashes, finds himself the chief suspect. Then a series of disasters seems only to incriminate him further.

: The Man from UNCLE: The Hula Doll Affair

As New York swelters in a heatwave, Napoleon and Ulya search for a deadly explosive that detonates at a temperature of 90 degrees.

: The Living Soap

While the others are getting down to some hard work,
Karen returns from holiday. DirectorAndrew Barker ProducerBill Boyes

: What the Papers Say

A review of the week's press by Matthew Parris of The Times. A Granada production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Parris

: Public Eye

Sleepless Nights
Most of us spend a third of our lives asleep, yet little is known about the sleep disorders that afflict millions of Britons.
"One in three people complain to their GPs about sleeping problems," says Su Pennington , who reports on the problem for tonight's Public Eye. "But doctors tend to concentrate on the primary causes, such as stress or backache, rather than the effects of lack of sleep. Most doctors spend around one hour of their entire training studying sleep, and they don't ask the right questions."
The most common affliction is sleep apnoea, which is caused by breathing difficulties. "One sufferer we came across wakes
300-400 times every night, " says Pennington. "The cost to the nation of such cases is considerable. Up to a quarter of motorway accidents are caused by fatigue, and people who are not sleeping properly often underperform at work. ProducerHilary Rosen
Editor Peter Horrocks

Contributors

Unknown: Su Pennington
Editor: Peter Horrocks

: The Great British Garden Show

Ruth Langsford visits the St
Andrews Autumn Show where she finds a garden suspended over a cliff, and a man who grows peaches by the hundred. ProducerJonathan Wright Miller Executive producer Hugh Scully A Fine Art production for BBCtv
GEOFF HAMILTON page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Ruth Langsford
Producer: Hugh Scully
Unknown: Geoff Hamilton

: Red Dwarf

A re-run of the offbeat comedy series set in the distant reaches of outer space.
Confidence and Paranoia Lister contracts a mutated form of pneumonia, and has some bizarre hallucinations.
Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor Director/Producer Ed Bye
Executive producer Paul Jackson

Contributors

Written By: Rob Grant
Written By: Doug Naylor
Producer: Paul Jackson
Arnold Rimmer BSC, SSC: Chris Barrie
Dave Lister: Craig Charles
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Holly: Norman Lovett
Paranoia: Lee Cornes
Confidence: Craig Ferguson

: Further Abroad

Last in the current series.
Belgium. In a country where the bizarre and the dreamlike are the standard currency of everyday life,
Jonathan Meades explores the delights of coffin shops, finch sport, horse eating, vertical archery, cinema-churches and the museums of underwear, penguins and ironing.
Meades concludes that the Belgian artist Magritte was more of a social realist than a surrealist.
Director/Series producer David FTurnbull

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Meades

: Blackadder II

Continuing the second series of the comic saga of Edmund Blackadder and his friends.
Money. England, 1564.
Trouble is in store for Edmund when the vicar drops by unexpectedly and makes improper advances with a red-hot poker.
Written by Richard Curtis and Ben Elton Director Mandie Fletcher
Producer John Lloyd
Followed by Sarajevo - a Street under Siege

Contributors

Unknown: Edmund Blackadder
Written By: Richard Curtis
Written By: Ben Elton
Director: Mandie Fletcher
Producer: John Lloyd
Edmund Blackadder: Rowan Atkinson
LordPercy: Tim McInnerny
Baldrick: Tony Robinson
Queen Elizabeth I: Miranda Richardson
LordMelchett: Stephen Fry
Nursie: Patsy Byrne
Bishop of Bath and Wells: Ronald Lacey
Mollie: Cassie Stuart
Mrs Pants: Lesley Nicol
Arthur the sailor: Johnpierce Jones
Madbeggar: Tony Aitken
Leonardo Acropolis: Philip Pope

: Newsnight

The background to the day's top news stories. Presented by Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presented By: Kirsty Wark.

: Fantasy Football League

The game in which celebrities get the chance to pick their footballing "dream team". This week Eddie Large and Sue Johnston join regular hosts Frank Skinner and David Baddiel to chart the progress of their teams so far.
Producer Andy Jacobs

Contributors

Unknown: Sue Johnston
Unknown: Frank Skinner
Unknown: David Baddiel
Producer: Andy Jacobs

: The Ferguson Theory

More sharp comedy with Craig Ferguson , Jonathan Watson , Louise Beattie ,
Grant Smeaton , Ross Stenhouse and Jonathan Kydd.
Producers Caroline Roberts and Philip Differ

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Ferguson
Unknown: Jonathan Watson
Unknown: Louise Beattie
Unknown: Grant Smeaton
Unknown: Ross Stenhouse
Unknown: Jonathan Kydd.
Producers: Caroline Roberts

: The Ren and Stimpy Show

Animation about a chihuahua and his feline sidekick.

: Weatherview









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