TUTV - Trade Union Television
6.20 Engineering Mechanics: Fluid Flows 8423451 6.45 Powers of the President:
Constitution and Congress
7.35 Runningthe Country
With Signing. Subtitled ..................
Presented today by Sarah Baxter.
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9.00 Italianissimo 3097884 9.15
TeachingToday 109797 9.45 Watch (ages 6-7) Technology
10.25 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Living:
Movement 9355109 10.40 Look and Read Special (ages 7-9) Happy Birthday LRTV! 2692109 11.00ZigZag(ages
8-10) Wildlife Safari - Animals in Danger! 9933890 11.20 Landmarks (ages 9-12)
Columbus: for God and for Gold. Second in a two-part drama by Christine Russell. Subtitled 3014258 11.40 Job Bank (ages
14+) Leisure Centre Attendant/Accountant 9016432 12.00TV6(ageS 16+)
Business and consumer news........
1.00 History File (ages 14-16) North American Indians (part 2)
1.20 Famously Fluent: politician Keith Vaz uses British Sign Language.
1.25 Landmarks (ages 9-12)
28756068 1.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Mermaid Janine
Actress and presenter Margi Clarke goes on an activity cruise on the Canberra.
First shown as part of Holiday on BBCl ....
Family drama starring
Kirk Douglas , Brock Peters
A storeowner in New England is forced
/to confront his reading disability when his grandson develops the same symptoms. Mike Dunmore KIRK DOUGLAS , Thurgood Carver
BROCK PETERS. Patrick Dunmore BRUCE BOXLEITNER.
Danny Dunmore JESSE RTENDLER
Director Karen Arthur (1992) Subtitled........ * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Historical drama starring
Pierre Mondy , Jean Mercure
The new French Emperor,
Napoleon Bonaparte , faces the British and their allies at a climactic battle. A French/Italian/ Yugoslav film with English dialogue.
Napoleon Bonaparte PIERRE MONDY, Talleyrand JEAN MERCURE, General Weirother JACK PALANCE , Robert
Fulton ORSON WELLES. Josephine MARTINE CAROL ,
Mile de Vaudey LESLIE CARON, Pauline CLAUDIA CARDINALE, Lucien Bonaparte ROSSANO BRAZZI
Director Abel Gance (1960) .......................... * FILM REVIEWS pages 53-60
General Weirother Jack
Sci-fi series following the adventures of an American astronaut transported to the 25th century.
Space Rockers. Buck must prevent the sinister manager of a rock group from seizing control of the galaxy by exerting sonic mind-control over billions of youngsters listeningto the galactic transmission of a concert.
Buck Rogers GIL GERARD. Col Wilma Deering ERIN GRAY. Dr Huer TIM O'CONNOR , Twiki FELIX SILLA , Lars Mangros
JERRY ORBACH , Joanna JUDY
LANDERS. Karana NANCY FRANGIONE
The series in which some of the biggest names in football talk about their careers and theirown heroes, illustrated with plenty of footballingaction.
Director Alan Brown Stereo
David Gower presents this month's cricket magazine from Durham's
Riverside ground, Chester-le-Street. As the brand new home of the youngest first-class county, it is a good place from which to look at the proposed top-level changes to the English game. There are also reflections on the key moments and personalities of the first Test between England and the West Indies, with added insights from Jimmy Adams 's Video Diary of the tour. Plus a behind-the-scenes look at the sport with the world's most celebrated umpire, Dickie Bird ; Chris Tarrant 's favourite cricketing moments; Mark Little 's views on enjoyingthe game; and advice on howto improve your play. Plus all the latest county news and scores.
Producer Alan Griffiths ; Series producer
Peter Taylor previews a new four-part series, beginningtomorrow at 9.30pm, in which radical opinions about the war are proposed and then challenged.
The magazine series about computers and the digital world. Benjamin Woolley asks whether software designed to entertain and educate can achieve both. There's a report on how intelligent software agents could change our lives, and on the economists who are using computer games to get a better view of how an economy develops. Series producer Stephen Arkell ; Series editor
JohnWyver Stereo FEEDBACK: via E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or access the Internet: the URL address is: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/bbctv/the-net/
Last programme in the re-run of the series that pays tribute to vehicles which have defied extinction.
TheMilkFloat. Every morningsome 20,000 milk floats are seen on Britain's roads. But are they a victim of their own success? Built like tanks to carry heavy batteries, they don't wear out. New ones are rarely built, and only one of the original manufacturers survives. Producer Deborah Wignall ; Series producer
Virtual Future. During a virtual reality experiment, Jack experiences ajump from cyberspace into a real world that is a few minutes ahead of his own time.
With the knowledge gained, he can change the shape of things to come.
Fifth of six programmes which tell the stories behind the multinational face of the pop music industry.
The Performance. A look at the slickly professional production machine, the merchandising and the mountains of money behind two hours of heavy metal music as Metallica hit Milton Keynes with 400 tons of equipment in the biggest date of a two-year tour. See today's choices.
Producers Gina and Jeremy Newson
The Music Biz
9.40pm BBC2 If anyone still has any illusions that the music industry might offer a glamorous lifestyle after watching the first five programmes, prepare to lose them now. Tonight's edition examines the most demanding of all rock 'n' roll rituals: the tour. "The only reason I go on the road is to get on stage," says Jon Bon Jovi. "The rest stinks. They pay me for the other 22 hours." The Music Biz joins US metal band Metallica as they prepare for a show at Milton Keynes Bowl, the final night of a two-year tour. And while the band are on stage, piles of unofficial merchandise and touted tickets are sold outside the gates.
With Jeremy Paxman.
First of three compilations looking back overthe past six years of The Late
Show as the arts and popular culture series begins its final week in its current incarnation - charting its highlights, low points, rows, debuts and debates. Producer Caroline Wright ; Series editor
Michael Poole. Second compilation: tomorrow at 11.15pm
12.00 The Industrial Countryside A look at industrial and agricultural buildings. Subtitled ...................
12.25 Docklands Light Railway:
Getting What You Pay For Buildings railway in London's East End...
Events in Parliament. With