Daily drama. A near tragedy turns a dream into reality.
Daily animation with the Knight of the Round Table. (Rpt) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Shown Friday BBC1. (Stereo)
Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The IT Collection (ages 16+)
Computers and Design
9.25 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16) La Bonne Assiette
9.45 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Volume
Today, a visit to the Why Bird Stop. (Stereo)
10.25 You and Me (ages 3-5)
Let Yourself Go! Stereo 345339110.45
Look and Read (ages 7-9) Earth Warp
Stereo 9863285 11.05 Zig Zag (ages 8-10) The Vikings Stereo 4158830 11.25Gofor It! (ages 9+) Going Places
11.40 English Time (ages 11-14) Get the Meaning
12.00 GNVQ (ages 16+) Hospitality and Catering
Daily look at business news. Stereo.
1.00 History File (ages 11-16)
1.20 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Writingand Printing Subtitled 11977198 1.40Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) Spanish for beginners. Stereo 15521310 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) Sari Games
Drama starring Jeff Daniels
After losing his job and his home, Mike Cooper and his family are forced to live on the streets.
Director Lee Grant (1989) See Films: pages 71-76 ****
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Regional News and Weather
Daily nostalgia quiz show. Stereo........
Daily cookery game show. Stereo .......
Esther Rantzen talks to priests who have broken their vows of celibacy. Stereo..
Thrice-weekly antiques auction game in which amateur collectors have to tell the genuine from the fake. Presented by Andy Craig , with regular panellists Jilly Goolden and Eric Knowles.
Producer Linda Clifford
Double Duty. A notorious criminal is murdered by a scaly monster.
Written by David Bennett Carren and J Larry Carroll
Ueutenant Patrick Brogan:
Officer Jack Haldane:
Officer Jane Castle:
Day two of the RAC Rally includes the longest stage of this year's World
Championship season, with over 36 miles of driving through Pundershaw in the Kielder Forest, Northumberland. Steve Lee presents the latest news from the rally HQ. Stereo ............
In the last programme in the series, people from London, Tokyo and Hamburg recall the experience of watching homes burn and families die.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC 1
Actor Brian Cox chooses a scene from
Krzysztof Kieslowski 's acclaimed film Three Colours: Blue.
Producer Nick Freand Jones The next Close Up is on Thursday at 6.50pm
Hunt for the Doomsday Asteroid
Last summer, a huge comet smashed into the side of Jupiter and ignited a fireball the size of Australia. Recent discoveries in the fields of astronomy, geology and biology have convinced an increasing number of scientists that our planet could also be in the firing line. Tonight's programme reveals that there are thousands of giant rocks orbitingthe sun on a potential collision course with Earth - movingthe possibility of a catastrophic extraterrestial impact from the realms of science fiction into the reality of terrifying science fact. Producer Tim Haines ; Editor John Lynch
In the last of the series, furniture sourcer Emma Bemhardt visits the markets and beaches of Mexico.
Series producer Liz Warner
# RADIO TIMES TRAVEL STORE: for details see Wednesday, BBC 1 at 2. 35pm
Mulder and Scully are confronted with mutilated bodies at a graveyard.
See today's choices.
[NB errors in RT billing - "Don Pstater: Nick Chunlund"]
Whose Game Is It Anyway?
The year 1985, with the tragedy at
Heysel and attendances at a post-war low, saw British football on the brink of self-destruction, blighted by the scourge of hooliganism. The events at Hillsborough two years later shook the game still further. Against this bleak backdrop, supporters and commercial forces clashed over control of the sport. The former won the battles, but it was the latter that eventually won the war. Last in the series.
Series producer Jean-Claude Bragard ; Executive producer Tony Moss Followed by The Art Marathon
By the Labour Party.
Shown at 9.00pm on BBC I and at 10.00pm on ITV
With Jeremy Paxman.
The amateur art buffs from Londonderry continue their hunt. As well as stops in Dublin, where they view the work of Damien Hirst , and Edinburgh, they also visit Glasgow's Tramway Gallery, where conceptual artists make toast in the pursuit of art. With Miranda Sawyer. Director Rik Lander ; Series producer Peter Jamieson Next programme tomorrow at 11.15pm
Day two highlights. With Steve Lee.
Continues tomorrow at 6.45pm Stereo .
Followed by Weatherview
Political chat show, hosted tonight by Bernard Ingham.
12.30 International Enterprise l.OOFourTownsandaCircus
1.30 Build a Better Business
2.00 PSHE Job Bank
4.00 Developing Family Literacy 54266 4.30 Community Integrated Care 55860 5.00 Pathways to Care Understanding Healing Rpt 28228'
5.30 RCN NursingUpdate
6.00 Perpetual Motion
6.30 Nature By Design