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: Open University

6.20 Oceanography: Waves
6.45 Living with Technology: Food 5324915 7.35 The Planet Earth: a Scientific Model

: Breakfast News

With signing, Subtitled ....

: Westminster On-Line

Presented by Andrew Neil.
Fordetails see Monday

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Whole Numbers 3439064 9.20Mathsphere Special (ages 12-16) Weight 3459828 9.40 You and Me:
Punjabi/English (ages 3-5) French Fruit: in Punjabi with English subtitles
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Fish

: Children's BBC: Playdays - The Patch Stop

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Josie D'Arby

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Who Is
Max Mouse ? (Episode 4)
10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology:
Puppets - Rod puppets
11.10 HealthE (ages 7-1 1) The Senses Stereo 3558118 11.30Landmarks:
Portrait of Britain (ages 9-12) London - a Capital City Stereo
11.50 Mad about Music (ages 11-14)
Playing with Ideas 3436828 12.10Short Circuit (ages 14-16) Witness for the Prosecution

Contributors

Unknown: Max Mouse

: Daytime on Two

1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) N /s for
Nuclear stereo 61731977 1.25 History File (ages 11-14) The Era ofthe Second World
War 30761002 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Through My Window

: Children's BBC: Stoppit and Tidyup - Don't Do That

Contributors

Presenter (Children's BBC): Josie D'Arby

: Next with Marti Caine

Celebrating the lives of people over 50, with Marti Caine , Valerie Singleton and John Noakes.

Contributors

Unknown: Marti Caine
Unknown: Valerie Singleton
Unknown: John Noakes.

: From the Edge

Magazine programme with a lively mix of news, current affairs and comedy, made by disabled people and reflecting the diversity of their lives and views.

: News and Weather

Subtit/ed(news)
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross News and views, and live coverage from
Parliament, Subtitled ....................

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Ross

: News and Weather

Regional News; Weather

: Today's the Day

Daily quiz about events on this date in years gone by. With Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Snooker

Action from the Masters, which should decide the first semi-finalist.

: Quantum Leap

Pool Hall Blues. 4 September, 1954:
Sam is on cue fora showdown when he leaps into the body of a legendary Chicago pool player who isthen challenged by a young pretender. At stake is his granddaughter's future. With Scott Bakula , Dean Stockwell.

Contributors

Unknown: Scott Bakula
Unknown: Dean Stockwell.

: Dance for the Camera

Drip: a Narcissistic Love Story The final piece in the series is performed by dance group Adventures in Motion Pictures and set in a run-down theatrical boarding house. In a reworking of the myth of Narcissus, a birthday party triggers the self-love or the fantasies of the six occupants. Choreography by Matthew Bourne.
Director Frances Dickenson Stereo.....

Contributors

Choreography By: Matthew Bourne.
Director: Frances Dickenson

: Waiting for God

Another chance to see the first series of the comedy about the inhabitants of the Bayview Retirement Village.
The management hatches a plot to get rid of Tom and Diana by havingthem both certified insane. But despite evidence of theiroutrageous behaviour, the psychiatrist declares them mentally sound.
Written by Michael Aitkens ; Director/Producer
Gareth Gwenian Rpt Subtitled ..............

Contributors

Written By: Michael Aitkens
Producer: Gareth Gwenian
Tom: Graham Crowden
Diana: Stephanie Cole
Harvey Bains: Danielhill
Jane: Janine Duvitski
Geoffrey: Andrew Tourell
Marion: Sandra Payne
Doctor Darrow: Brian Gwaspari
Sarah Snow: Lucy Aston

: First Sight

Net Profit
EastEnders star Gillian Taylforth reports on the state of football in the south east. With the big clubs prepared to pay huge transferfees, the stars of tomorrow are at a premium. Scouts comb local parks and pitches forrising talent - but will the smaller clubs, and the fans, lose out? With contributions from Liam Brady , Alan Curbishley ,
Glenn Hoddle and soccer agent Eric Hall. A phone-in discussion of the issues raised follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed]after the programme. Producer Robin Bexter ; Editor Alison Rooper
Repeated next Tuesday .... REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below right

Contributors

Unknown: Gillian Taylforth
Unknown: Liam Brady
Unknown: Alan Curbishley
Unknown: Glenn Hoddle
Unknown: Eric Hall.
Producer: Robin Bexter
Editor: Alison Rooper

: Metropolis

Last of a six-part series on the ways technology moulded modem cities. Bright Lights, Big City. The battle to liberate cities from nightfall, which closed down industries and provided coverfor crime, has been waged since the late 18th century. The flickering gas lamps of Victorian Britain were superseded by brighter electric streetlights, and a new neon landsape was created. But with it came a new problem - what are the consequences oftoo much light, or light "pollution"? Does it really matter if the stars in the night sky are no longer visible?
Producers Frank Prendergast , Antony Woodward

Contributors

Producers: Frank Prendergast

: Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld

Last of a six-part series.
India. This week Jeremy Clarkson braves the perilous roads of India, where drivingtests may involve a run of only 200 yards and vintage cars from the days of the Raj are a common sight. He takes part in a car rally forthe blind in Madras, and visits a blessing ceremony performed to ensure the safety of new cars.
Director Dennis Jarvis

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Director: Dennis Jarvis

: The X Files

Darkness Falls. Loggers unearth thousands of deadly insects which paralyse and then cocoon 30 of the men in the group. Has the lumber company been the victim of militant environmentalists?

Contributors

Fox Mulder: David Duchovny
Dana Scully: Gillian Anderson
Larry Moore: Jason Beghe
Steve Humphreys: Tom O'Rourke
Spinney: Titus Welliver

: Situation Vacant

Fifth of a six-part series that takes an inside look at the selection process fordifferent jobs.
The Superstore Manager. Two hopefuls compete for a job with the retailer ToysRUs. See today's choices. Director Ken Kirby ; Series producer Jane Treays
Followed by In the National Trust Ghosts of the Roman Legions in the Treasurer's House, York. Postponed from 31 January

Contributors

Director: Ken Kirby
Producer: Jane Treays

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: Late Review

Mark Lawson chairs the round-up of the week in the arts. Stereo ....

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson

: Weatherview

Including weather report for skiers.

: Open University

12.00 Open View Highlights ofthe weekend's OU programmes....
12.05 Swedish Science in the 18th Century Duringthe 1700s Sweden became a nation at the forefront of scientific discovery...................

: The Record

Events in Parliament








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