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: Open University

6.20 Oceanography: Jamaica and the Sea 7712854 6.45
Animal Physiology: a Time to be Born 3583729 7.10TheAII
Electric Home 3516496 7.35 Women'sStudies: Countingthe Threads

: Breakfast News

With signing.

: Westminster Daily

Parliamentary report.

: Daytime on Two

9.00 Lernexpress
9.15 Off the Back of Lorry
Stereo 129125 9.45Watch:
Natural History-Summer 3845908 10.00 Lookand Read
Stereo 4348583 10.20Around Scotland
10.40 Overthe Moon
10.55 Science Challenge 7763309 11.15English
Express 5223651 11.35Great Experiments: Energy for Sale
Stereo 4842090 12.00 English File: Language and Gender 91496 12.30 Scene: Say Goodbye - written by John Roberts and Michele Camarda
Stereo 18651 1.00 Short Circuit
Stereo 61845800 1.20-1.40
Children's BBC with Chris Jan/is
1.35KingGreenfingers 55341090 1.40 English Time Stereo 671918002.00 News
Subtitled and Weather; followed by Words and Pictures
Note: repeats are not indicated.

Contributors

Written By: John Roberts

: Open View

: Sport on Friday

With Helen Rollason.
The World Figure Skating
Championships from Tokyo, Japan, with coverage of the free dance and the ladies' technical programmes. In Torvill and Dean's absence there will be fierce rivalry between the Russian dance couples, gold medallists
Grichtchuk and Platov and the reigning world champions and silver medallists Usova and Zhulin. Commentator Alan Weeks.
Plus, on the eve of the 140th Boat Race, a report on the Women's Boat Race from Henley-on-Thames.
ProducerSharonLence
Including at 3.00
News Subtitled and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Rollason.
Commentator: Alan Weeks.

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz with Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Dilemmas

Jenni Murray explores what can be done when relationships go wrong.

Contributors

Unknown: Jenni Murray

: Food and Drink

: Top Gear

A visit to the Geneva Motor Show and a look at a new British racing team.
BBC Top Gear Classic and Sportscar Show from 30 April to 2 May at NEC. Birmingham. For ticket details ring [number removed]

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

Noose of Ice. Captains Scarlet and Blue face danger when the sea surrounding an isolated mine under the North Pole begins to freeze during a power failure.

: The Man from UNCLE: The Cap and Gown Affair

To protect Mr Waverley from THRUSH assassins at a university awards ceremony, Illya joins a student protest group. But he and Napoleon run into trouble in the girls' dorm.

: The Living Soap

Last in the current series.
Mark the medic prepares to face his finals. The other members of the household try to meet the Easter essay deadlines before heading home. Director Bridget Boseiey
Producer Clare Pizey

Contributors

Director: Bridget Boseiey
Producer: Clare Pizey

: Public Eye

Politicians champion a return to traditional "family values". But would that help repair the fractured relationships between today's parents and children? Francine Stock asks whether such tensions are creating a new generation unable to tell right from wrong. Producer Kevin Sutcliffe
EditorPeterHorrocks

Contributors

Unknown: Francine Stock
Producer: Kevin Sutcliffe

: Gardeners' World

Geoff Hamilton tackles the thorny issue of whether a rose earns its rightful place in the garden; Gay Search has some perfect plants for problem places; Stephen Lacey concludes his look at foliage; and Bob Flowerdew makes the perfect compost.
Executive producer Tony Laryea
Series producer Laurence Vulliamy A Catalyst TV production for BBCtv
CEOFF HAMILTON page 24

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Stephen Lacey
Unknown: Bob Flowerdew
Producer: Tony Laryea
Producer: Laurence Vulliamy
Unknown: Ceoff Hamilton

: Red Dwarf

Queeg. Holly's increasingly erratic behaviour endangers the ship, and he is replaced by the Red Dwarf backup computer, Queeg 500. But Queeg has peculiarities of his own.
With Chris Barrie , Craig Charles , Danny John-Jules , Norman Lovett and Charles Augins. Director/Producer Ed Bye
A Paul Jackson production for BBCtv

Contributors

Unknown: Chris Barrie
Unknown: Craig Charles
Unknown: Danny John-Jules
Unknown: Norman Lovett
Unknown: Charles Augins.
Unknown: Paul Jackson

: From A to B: Tales of Modern Motoring

People often have their i worst arguments in cars. Perhaps it's
Decause cars aren't t designed for conversation. Or perhaps it's because they highlight the differences between a couple: she wants a family saloon, he wants a sports car; she wants the radio off and the heatingon, he wants loud music and fresh air.
In She Likes It Hot, the second of Nicholas Barker 's highly stylised portraits of British motorists, car-owning couples talk about what makes them blow a gasket.
Director/SenesproducerNichotas Barker

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Barker

: Emley Moor

Poet Simon Armitage celebrates the strange beauty of the TV mast in Yorkshire.
Director Kim Flitcroft Rpt

Contributors

Poet: Simon Armitage
Director: Kim Flitcroft

: Newsnight

Presented by Sue Cameron.

Contributors

Presented By: Sue Cameron.

: Fantasy Football League

Journalist Richard Littlejohn and Birmingham City's Karren Brady are this week's celebrity guests. Hosted by Frank Skinner and David Baddiel. Director Peter Orton
Producer Andy Jacobs

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Littlejohn
Unknown: Karren Brady
Unknown: Frank Skinner
Unknown: David Baddiel.
Director: Peter Orton
Producer: Andy Jacobs

: The Last Word: Sex Wars

In a preview for her series,
Germaine Greer discusses sex, power and serial monogamy with an all-woman team including Caitlin Moran , Janet Street-Porter and Suzanne Moore.
Producer Janet Lee

Contributors

Unknown: Germaine Greer
Unknown: Caitlin Moran
Unknown: Suzanne Moore.
Producer: Janet Lee

: Weatherview

: Neil Young in Concert 1971

A classic accoustic concert.








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