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9.00 Quinze Minutes (ages 11-13) Visites en France 5610284 9.15
TeachingToday: Art Classics
521913 9.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Festivals and Celebrations - Christmas and the Nativity
10.25 Job Bank (ages 16+) Finding Job Stereo 7935333 10.45 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Algebra
11.00 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Earth Warp - the Final Countdown 4179523 11.20 Short Circuit (ages
14-16) Materials and their Properties - Emission Impossible
11.40 The Art (ages 1 1 14) The Art of LivingThingS Stereo 4067791 12.00
English File (ages 14-17) Language and Gender - Big Boys Don't Cry
1.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Radio Waves Written by Bernard Farrell Stereo 87791 1.30 Showcase: RE and Collective Worship Stereo 15848159 1.40Thunderbirdsin
French The Man from MI5 (episode 10)
73532739 1.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) The Little Fir Tree
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Snooker Continuingthe coverage of the UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston, featuring action from the first semi-final. Commentary by Ted Lowe , Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo and John Spencer. Producer Paul Davies ; Editor Peter Allden
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Tale of the Big Y. When a mysterious book revealing the identity of a masterspy goes missing, the New Avengers must track it down.
John Steed PATRICK MACNEE, Mike Gambit
GARETH HUNT , Purdey JOANNA LUMLEY.
Harmer DEREK WARING , Irene JENNY RUNACRE ,
Brandon GEORGE COOPER. Turner ROY MARSDEN
Director Robert Fuest
First shown on ITV
A look back over 40 years of Europe's national and international football.
French teams competing in Europe have frequently played inventive football but lacked a pragmatic edge, often sacrificing success in favour of a glorious playing style. Reims contested two of the first four European Cup finals, but there was to be no success in any competition until 1984.
In Belgium, Anderlecht have a proud European record, and in 1980 an excellent national side stretched the West Germans to the limit in the final of the European Nations Cup.
Featuring interviews with Michel Platini , Michel Hidalgo , Jean Tigana , Paul van Himst, Raymond Kopa and Guy Thys.
Producer Paul McNamara :EditorNiall Sloane
This week, Tony Mason reports from the Isle of Man on Alister McRae 's bid to achieve a unique family hat-trick of British Rally Championship titles followingthe success of father Jimmy and big brother Colin. Steve Berry is also on the Isle of Man, reporting on this year's attempt by Northern
Ireland's Ricky Mitchell to win the Junior Manx Grand Prix. Plus Tiff
Needell reviews the Formula Renault season, in which drivers are fightingfor the chance of a test drive in Damon
Hill's Formula One Williams.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Executive producer
Dennis Adams Stereo
More comedy highlights from the classic 1980s sketch show featuring
Rowan Atkinson , Pamela Stephenson , Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith.
Directors Bill Wilson , Geoff Posner ; Producers
John Lloyd , Sean Hardie
Six-part comedy series starring Steve Coogan.
1960: a gang of cowboy developers rides into town. Local handyman Ernest Moss stands alone in the fight against a tide of corruption.
See today's choices.
Councillor Hillary Crabbe:
PC Ted Cromwell:
Post Office Barbara:
Brian the landlord:
Paul Merton and Ian Hislop 's guests on the satirical news quiz are Labour MP Ken Livingstone and comedian Alan Davies. Hosted by Angus Deayton. Producer Colin Swash
Repeatedtomorrow Stereo .................
A six-part, off-the-wall talent show, where celebrity guests review new acts, helped by the studio audience. Hosted by comedian Paul Brophy.
Producer Jim Brown ; Series producer Ewan Angus
PHONE-IN: to vote for acts telephone: actoneO[number removed];act two O[number removed]; act three [number removed]; actfour[number removed]; act five O[number removed]; act six [number removed]; act seven [number removed]; act eight [number removed]; act nine 089 1 [number removed]. Lines are open until 11 .00am on Saturday. Calls cost a maximum of 1 Op.
Continuing the season of great films celebrating years of cinema, director
Akira Kurosawa brings his mastery of the samurai epic to this spectacular transposition of King Lear to feudal Japan. Starring Tatsuya Nakadai
In Ran, meaning "Chaos", Hidetora, an aged warlord, plans to divide his land among his three sons. But the youngest, Saburo, incurs the old man's wrath. Before long, the heirs to the kingdom are at war and chaos reigns. In Japanese with English subtitles.
(1985) ....................................... * See Films: pages 65-72 *****
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