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: Breakfast News

With signing, Subtitled ....

: Germany 1925-32: The Police

Archive photographs taken in Berlin, showing one of the most modern police schools of its day. B/W

: A Big Country

Unusual stories about Australia.
Coober Pedy Love Affair. Nancy Dodd , from New York, rode into the town of Coober Pedy on a cyclingjourney across the country in 1988, and stayed when she fell in love with policeman Neville Talbot.

Contributors

Unknown: Nancy Dodd
Unknown: Neville Talbot.

: Secret Gardens

Alan Titchmarsh visits the garden at
Brantwood, home of art critic John Ruskin for 30 years, above Lake Coniston in the Lake District. Rpt .........................

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: John Ruskin

: The Power Game

How Washington Works
Final part of the documentary series.
4: The Presidency. Recent US presidents, from Kennedy to Reagan, have succeeded orfailed by the degree to which they have mastered key power games - the projection of image, the establishment of a popular agenda, and the exercise of leadership in what is effectively a government coalition.
Presented by Hedrick Smith. ............

Contributors

Presented By: Hedrick Smith.

: Children's BBC: Playdays: The Tent Stop

Sue Monroe, Ellie Darvill, Emma Gibbins, Andy McEwan and Sarah West tell today's stories, The Ugly Duckling and Ma Myrtle's Bus Ride by Trish Cooke.

Contributors

Unknown: Ellie Darvill
Unknown: Emma Gibbins
Unknown: Andy McEwan
Unknown: Sarah West
Unknown: Trish Cooke

: World Snooker

Live coverage of the second round in the World Professional Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. If the games so far have gone to form, Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O'Sullivan should both be in action, playing for a place in the last eight. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.

Contributors

Presenter: Dougie Donnelly

: Working Lunch

A daily look at the latest business and consumer news................................

: Children's BBC: Model Millie

Trendy Wendy is on hand with her magic spray when things begin to go wrong for Millie. With Sarah Davison and Sue Devaney.
Written by Philip Hawthorn. (Rpt) (Stereo)

Contributors

Millie: Sarah Davison
Trendy Wendy: Sue Devaney
Writer: Philip Hawthorn

: Open View

A preview of the weekend's Open University programmes.
(Shown last night) (Stereo)

: World Snooker and Racing

World Snooker
Further coverage of the World Championship.

Racing
From Newbury, featuring races at 2.40,3.10 and 3.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan, Jimmy Lindley and John Hanmer. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
(Stereo)

Including at
3.00 News and Weather subtitled (news)
3.50 News and Weather subtitled (news) Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Commentary (Racing): Peter O'Sullevan
Commentary (Racing): Jimmy Lindley
Commentary (Racing): John Hanmer
Presenter (Racing): Julian Wilson

: World Snooker

Further coverage from the World
Championship in Sheffield. Stereo ....

: Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons

Place of the Angels. Spectrum discovers that the Mysterons have stolen a phial of deadly liquid, and a desperate race to retrieve it begins. Postponed from 24 March.

: The Champions

Fantasy espionage series from the 60s. The Search. The superagents from Nemesis have to race against time when London isthreatened by an organisation which has stolen a nuclearsubmarine. With William Gaunt
, Alexandra Bastedo , Stuart Damon and John Woodvine.
FirstshownonlTV Subtitled.....

Contributors

Unknown: William Gaunt
Unknown: Alexandra Bastedo
Unknown: Stuart Damon
Unknown: John Woodvine.

: The O Zone

Music magazine. Today Zoe Ball talks to Ian Broudie of the Lightning Seeds, who have just released the single Marvellous. Toby Anstis joins the five members of Boyzone on horseback, and there's an interview with MN8, who have been supporting Janet Jackson on her world tour.
(Repeated on Sunday) (Stereo)

Contributors

Talks: Zoe Ball
Unknown: Ian Broudie
Unknown: Toby Anstis
Unknown: Janet Jackson

: The Rock 'n' Roll Years

Another chance to see the nostalgic programme which mixes news footage with music from the recent past.
1981. Ronald Reagan became the 40th US president; Charles and Diana got married; and there were riots in innercities across Britain.
With music from Dire Straits, Duran Duran , Kim Carnes , the Specials, Adam Ant and the Police.
Series producer Sue Mallinson

Contributors

Unknown: Ronald Reagan
Unknown: Duran Duran
Unknown: Kim Carnes
Unknown: Adam Ant

: Top Gear Motorsport

The German Touring Car Championship represents the pinnacle of technical sophistication in saloon car racing. Tiff Needell tests the Mercedes that took Klaus Ludwig to last year's championship at Hockenheim, where the new season starts on Sunday. Steve Berry visits Santa Pod in Bedfordshire, to learn about the sport that offers the fastest acceleration in the world - drag racing - where for the best, the action is all over in five seconds. Plus Tony Mason reports from
Aberdeen on the Granite City Rally.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Reporter: Tiff Needell
Reporter: Steve Berry
Reporter: Tony Mason
Series Producer: Ken Pollock
Executive: producer Dennis Adams

: Gardeners' World

Geoff Hamilton brings the latest topical gardening tips from Barnsdale and Pippa Greenwood launches a mini-series on pests and diseases and how to repel them, starting with honey fungus -the gardeners' nightmare.
In Norfolk, Bob Flowerdew gets his soft fruit off to a flying start using his own special organic magic. In his garden he also uses herbs to attract pollinators, and companion plantingto deter less welcome insects.
Series producer Betty Talks; Executive producer
TonyLaryea Stereo Subtitled ............... ♦ See our 16-page, pull-out gardening supplement

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton
Unknown: Pippa Greenwood
Unknown: Bob Flowerdew

: World Snooker

The World Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Coverage of the key early frames from tonight's session. With David Vine.
Stereo.....

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine.

: Have I Got News For You

The comedy news quiz returns with team captains
Paul Merton and Ian Hislop tackling some new rounds, including celebrity quangos. Hosted by Angus Deayton. See today's choices.
Director John F D Northover; Producer Colin Swash
Repeatedtomorrow Stereo ................. *See This Week: page 10
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Merton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Angus Deayton.

: Newsnight

With PeterSnoW.

: Fantasy Football League

David Baddiel and Frank Skinner present another edition of the comedy soccer show and invite more celebrity managers to assess theirfictional teams' progress through the fantasy league, while Statto keeps us up to date with the current standing.
Director Peter Orton ; Producer Andy Jacobs

Contributors

Unknown: David Baddiel
Unknown: Frank Skinner
Director: Peter Orton
Producer: Andy Jacobs

: World Snooker

The latest World Championship news and action from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. Presented by David Vine.

Contributors

Presented By: David Vine.

: Weatherview

: Le Crime de Monsieur Lange

Black comedy introduced by director Jean Renoir and continuing the short season of his films.
Starring Rene Lefevre, Jules Berry

Monsieur Lange is a modest employee of a publishing house whose escapist tales of Arizona Jim become unexpected best-sellers. When Batala, the unscrupulous owner of the company, disappears, the workers take over the business with great success. But despite this, a good man is driven to commit murder.
(In French with English subtitles) (1935) (B/W)
Film Reviews pages 49-60

Contributors

Director: Jean Renoir
Lange: Rene Lefevre
Batala: Jules Berry
Valentine: Florelle
Estelle: Nadia Sibirskaia
Edith: Sylvia Bataille
Meunier: Henri Guisol
Charles: Maurice Baquet
Concierge: Marcel Levesque
Concierge's wife: Odette Talazac








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