7.20Tales of the bush kangaroo. Rpt Stereo......
The animated adventures of a genial ghost.
Granny is suspicious of Perce.
Mike McShane and Grant Stott read a selection of monster stories.
At the fair, with Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby.
Animation. Shown last Thursday on BBC 1
A game show where two teams of school friends compete for the chance to jet off to European cities.
Hosted by Paul Hendy.
Ziggy arrives - and immediately crosses swords with Imelda.
A six-part comedy drama. Thirteen-year-old Harmony is given a magic coin by her uncle.
For cast see Wednesday 4.35pm BBC 1
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
How animals use their colourful appearances for camouflage and defence.
Mudd's Women. A con artist's "cargo" has an unsettling effect on the male members of the ship. Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6.00pm.
The week's entertainment news viewed from an irreverent perspective. With Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik.
With pop duo Roxette and singer Bjork.
Shown last Monday
The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel ..................... REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker. ..............
Live coverage from Donington Park of the first day of the 1,445-mile RAC Rally. Colin McRae is bidding to become Britain's first world champion in the high-speed sport. Race update at 7.00pm Director Philip Thickett
Producer Dennis Adams
Musical drama starring Barbra Streisand, Mandy Patinkin
Poland, 1904: Yentl is a singular young woman whose determination to become a Talmudic scholar leads her to adopt the disguise of a boy.
See Films: pages 71-76
See Barry Norman: page 68
Reb Alter Vishkower:
Highlights of England's clash yesterday at Twickenham with world champions South Africa, plus action from Scotland v Western Samoa and Ireland v Fiji. Presented by John Inverdale.
Eighth in a 12-part study by David Attenborough of behaviour in the natural world.
Fighting. The different ways in which disputes are resolved. See today's choices.
Producer Keenan Smart; Executive producer
PeterJones Rpt Stereo USERSGUIDE: available for those wishingto use the series for educational purposes. Send a cheque or PO for £3. 95, made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
A roundup of today's seven stages on day one ofthis year's RAC Rally. Presented by Steve Lee with Barrie Gill and Tony Mason.
Next rally report Monday 6.45pm Stereo.
A week-long series of five programmes hosted by Miranda Sawyerthat follows six people from Londonderry, Northern Ireland as they go on a tour in search of art fortheir own exhibition.
Tonight's opening programme films the six, none of whom is a recognised expert, talking about their personal art preferences and conducting a tour of the city and its many murals.
On the first leg of theirtourthey meet leading Irish artists such as Catherine Harper , who uses bogland materials in her sculptures, and Dorothy Cross.
A series of short films, shown throughout the week, gives the reactions of artists and Londonderry locals to the group's selections.
The next programme is tomorrow at 11.20pm Director Rik Lander ; Executive producer
Selling to Kids
Schools are the new battleground in the brands war. As the cost of television advertising spirals, advertisers are lookingfor more direct ways of reaching one of their brightest markets - young children. Their new weapon is the direct marketing of products through schools, using educational materials and free gifts. But unease with the methods being used is growing. Jane Renton reports. Producer Michael Johnston : Editor Jane Ellison
TRANSCRIPTS: for details phone [number removed]
Victoria Wood anticipates afuture where men are made pregnant in her comedy series from 1986. With Julie Walters , Patricia Routledge ,
Celia Imrie , Duncan Preston , Susie Blake.
Director/Producer Geoff Posner
Caroline Hook , in the guise of Mrs Merton , hosts the comedy chat show where she grills her celebrity guests with a series of off-the-wall questions. See today's choices.
Director Pati Marr ; Producer Peter Kessler
Steven Spielberg 's
Oscar-nominated drama, based on Alice Walker 's Pulitzer
Prize-winning novel, and starring
Whoopi Goldberg , Danny Glover Oprah
Winfrey Georgia 1909: Celie, a teenage mother parted from her children, is married off to a brutal widower, Albert Johnson. A life of servitude and maltreatment begins, but Celie refuses to buckle.
(1985) + See Films: pages 71-76 ***
The respectable Mrs Cage walks into a police station and confesses to a murder. Under interrogation, it soon becomes clearthat the crime was not as clear-cut as she describes.
Director Robert Allan Ackerman 1992). . ♦ See Films:pages 71-76 ***
2.00 A Way with Numbers
4.00 Deutsch Direkt !; Deutschland Heute; Famously Fluent
6.00 Perpetual Motion The Ferguson Tractor TE20
6.30 Nature By Design Driven By Design
Note: The Learning Zone programmes are designed to be recorded. Viewers with Programme Delivery Control (PDC) can use the system to record them. See page 79 for details.
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