Lassie helps a boy on the run. This story continues tomorrow.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The French Collection (ages 16+) Stereo 5921412 9.25 See You, See Me
(ages 7-9) See France
9.45 Watch (ages 5-7)
Today, the Playground Stop.
10.25 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
2474832 10.40 Firework Safety
10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) 3909677 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Stereo 2408122 11.15 Le Club (ages 9-12) Stereo 3294073 11.30
Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Who Burned Mr Brinker 's Store? (part 1)
With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday at 10.00am on BBC Stereo .
BusinessnewS. Stereo ....................
1.00 TeachingToday Stereo43293 1.30 Showcase Stereo 26248219 1.40
Thunderbirds in Hindi (episode 6)
1.45 You and Me (ages 3-5)
Adventures of a family of monsters.
Continuing the documentary series charting worldwide conflict.
Britain Stands Alone 1940-1941. Britain refuses to surrender, so Germany prepares to invade. Narrated by Robert Powell.
Written by Charles Messenger The series continues on Thursday at 2. 10pm Co/ourandB/W
Regional News and Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross Live coverage of today's Parliamentary business. Stereo Subtitled ............
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz. Stereo ..........................
Cookery game show, Stereo ...............
Esther discusses bulimia. Guests include former sufferer Uri Geller , the man known for his powers of mind control.
Antiques auction game, presented by Andy Craig , with Jilly Goolden and Eric Knowles.
Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy. Will is homesickfor Philadelphia, so Aunt Vivian invites his best friend to stay.
As Southgate and Suzie become closer, her daughter Nicole tries to breakthemup. Stereo Subtitled .
A series in which celebrities discuss fictional dilemmas faced byteenagers. Presented by Lisa I'Anson, with guests ex-Neighbours star Melissa Bell and Wimbledon footballer Dean Holdsworth.
This week, how will Steve's discovery of his girlfriend's raunchy past affect theirromance? Marianne has fallen for her drama teacher.
Should she confess herfeelings?
Series producer Ian Stewart ; Executive producer
The series made by disabled people about disabled people reports on why specially adapted cars can become potential deathtraps. Plus, more
American stand up/sit down comedy, and stories reflecting the lives of disabled people in Britain today.
Series editor Ian Macrae WRITE TO: viewers can contact the programme at: From the Edge, PO Box 8346. London W 12 1 DP
Washing Up Wars
A look at the struggles and rituals that exist around the washing up bowl, from a five-year-old's attempt to avoid her turn at the sink to the daily grind of professional George, 69, who works methodically through the piles of dishes in a busy transport cafe.
Director GeorgianaJerstad; Editor Peter Symes
Chef Ainsley Harriott continues his Fast Food feature by cooking for the crowds at a Women's Institute gala in Pocklington, east Yorkshire.
Guest chef Nico Ladenis prepares a foie gras salad. Plus, there's a look at loose teas, with hints on creatingyour own blend. With Chris Kelly, Michael Barry and Jilly Goolden.
Director Linda Nash ; Series producer Tim Hincks
INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 616. 6.
Boys Night In. Terry is horrified when Bob gives up the traditional stag night revelries and opts fora quiet night in. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Producer James Gilbert
Second in a four-part series about working in the nineties.
Eight Days a Week. Long working hours can put a strain put on relationships. Three couples explore the consequences of being workaholics. See today's choices. Producer Anne Parisio ; Executive producer
CarolinePick Subtitled .....................
A companion series to Nice Work, these programmes reflect the changing relationship between people and theirwork.
The Lunch Hour. How people from different walks of life spend their breaks in the middle of the working day -and not everyone uses it for eating. Director Steve Greenwood
Series producer Emma Willis
Journalist Melanie Phillips examines why the family unit seems to be in terminal decline, lookingforthe reasons behind the two-in-five divorce rate and the increasing number of single-parentfamilies.
What role, she asks, has the media had in influencing family life; what part has the women's movement played ; and what impact have changing attitudes to divorce had?
Director Mary Sackville-West
Series editor Michael Poole
Political chat show, tonight hosted by Sarah Baxter , stereo ...................
12.30 Musical Prodigies
How is the talent of children at Cheetham's School of Music developed?
1.00 Bajourou - Music of Mali
1.30 Jazz, Raga and Synthesisers
2.00 Geography: Zig Zag: Map Makers
Exploring maps and mapping.
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
4.30 Portables in Action
A look at what portables can do across the curriculum.
5.00 Italia Design Stile e Moda
5.30 Film Education: Goldeneye
6.00 Living with Technology
6.50 Opening Up Technology: Robocow
Note: viewers with Programme Delivery Control (PDC) can use the system to record The Learning Zone programmes. See page 77 for details.