Shown last Friday on BBC1.
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Developments in Parliament
Lord David Cecil visits the Hampshire village ofChawton where Jane Austen wrote some of her novels. Rpt .....
Pathe News of 1954. Repeated tomorrowat8.50am B/W
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Lernexpress (ages 13-16)
9.15 Teaching Today
9.45 Numbertime: Number Ten (ages 4-5)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Access to Learning: Go for It (age 11+) Stereo 7136515 10.40 Lookand Read(ages7-9+) 9158428 ll.OOZig Zag(ages8-10) Stereo 3200732 11.20
English Time (ages 11-14)
11.40 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16) Stereo 3123190 12.00 Sportsbank: Soccer (ages 11-16)
A daily look at business news..........
1.00 History File (ages 14-16)
1.25 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Subtitled 87098664 1.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Today: The Cat That Walked by Itself
Drama about a high-flying career woman who discovers that she is terminally ill. A psychologist helps her to live a fulfilled final year. With
Bemadette Peters and Mary Tyler Moore. Director John Erman (1990)
* FILM REVIEWS pages 69-76
3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)
Daily quiz with Martyn Lewis.
Cookery challenge with Fern Britton.
PROGRAMME RECIPES: available on Ceefax page 613.
Esther Rantzen meets people with unique stories to tell, with a studio audience to debate the issues.
FACTSHEET: state topic and send sae to: [address removed]
Word game with Paul Coia.
Director Justin C Adams ; Producer Leslie Mitchell
Conclusion of a two-part adventure with the US astronaut.
The Plot to Kill a City. Buck faces danger when his identity is discovered by sinister scientist Kellog.
A Is forArtNouveau. Lucinda Lambton celebrates some rare masterpieces of this opulent art form.
Producer Andrew Gosling ; Executive producer
Another chance to see the acclaimed 26-part documentary series telling the history of the Second World War.
Churchill called Italy the "soft underbelly of the crocodile", but, as the allies discovered, it proved to be a "tough old gut". Narrated by Laurence Olivier.
First shown on lTV
Dr Sue Blackmore, researcher into the paranormal, investigates some of the many abduction-by-aliens claims. Her search leads from victims, to UFO specialists and a psychiatrist who believes the claims. Finally she undergoes an extraordinary experience that provides a physical explanation for the stories she has heard.
See today's choices.
Written and produced by Martin Belderson
Editor John Lynch
Showcase for short films by new directors. Galileo's Dream. A tale of a dying man, determined to see the comet he missed 70 years ago on its return orbit. With ArthurWybrow, Bill Gavin , Rose Keegan and Rachel Fielding.
Written by Richard Cantillon ; Director Julian Murphy
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Another chance to view a vintage episode of the classic comedy series.
Starring Harry H. Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell, with Yootha Joyce and Marjie Lawrence.
Six-part adaptation of the novel by Charles Dickens.
4: Jonas, seekingto insure the life of the new Mrs Chuzzlewit , meets Montague Tigg , beggar extraordinary, transformed to
Tigg Montague , man of means. Pecksniff offers Mary Graham a permanent position in his home, and Charity leaves home for the Todgers'. See today's choices.
Screenplay David Lodge: Director Pedr James Repeated next Sunday afternoon on BBC 1
Illustrated booklet. What the Dickens!, is available by sending a cheque for £3.95 to [address removed]
* See This Week: page 7
Followed by New series Tales from the Quilt
Introducing a series often short stories, the first of which is shown tomorrow after My Name Is Bill W, to be shown overthe next two weeks to commemorate World Aids Day. Each tale is linked to the stunning patchwork quilt of memorial panels made by the relatives, friends and partners of those who have died through the Aids virus. Producer Christine Hall Stereo
Old Martin Chuzzlewit:
Starting a week of programmes looking into the future, this Late Show special argues that the 21st century is going to be just like the 14th. Are we rushing headlong back to the Middle Ages? Presented by Benjamin Woolley.
See This Week: page 6
Presenter and writer:
Followed by The Midnight Hour
A forthright series reviewingthe parliamentary day...................
A chance to record programmes for teachertraining, Teaching Today.
Disability Agenda: With fishing in Oxford, the sculptures of Nancy Willis and more reminiscences from
Sheila Kaye. Signed and subtitled...