Tales of the bush kangaroo.
Last in the series.
This week, Celia Imrie tells stories about pets.
Hosted by Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe.
Shown last Thursday on BBC 1
Overcrowding causes chaos in the lower school.
Ant Jones RICKY SIMMONDS , Ronnie Birtles TINA
MAHON. Calley SIMONE HYAMS, Robbie JOHN ALFORD Written by David Angus Rpt
For cast see Wednesday 4.35pm BBC 1 Shown last
Wednesday on BBC Stereo Subtitled ....9092652
The first of three episodes of a teenage comedy drama first shown in BBC 1 's Fully Booked.
Justin ROBERT LAURIE , Kirsty CHERYL HARTLEY , Russell PAUL MCHUGH , Marie HANNAH NICOL
Written by Catherine Hayes Stereo
The Enterprise unwittingly beams on board an escaped inmate of a penal colony.
(Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6.00pm.)
Entertainment news with Donna McPhail and Katie Puckrik. Stereo................9152316
Featuring Menswear and Ruth.
Shown last Thursday
A look at the week's events in Parliament, presented by Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMME
A look at giant octopuses in their natural habitat. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Drama-starring Sean Connery
On a climbing holiday in the perilous Swiss Alps, a couple s obsessive passions begin to emerge.
Douglas SEAN CONNERY , Kate BETSY BRANTLEY ,
Johann LAMBERT WILSON , Sarah JENNIFER HILARY , Kate's mother ISABEL DEAN, Jennifer Pierce ANNA
MASSEY, Gillian Pierce SHEILA REID
Director Fred Zinnemann (1982)
See Films: pages 65-74 **
To mark International Human Rights Day, the first in a six-part, daily series of short programmes highlightingthe human cost of rights violations. Today, BBC Foreign Affairs Editor John Simpson reviews
1995's record of human mistreatment.
Repeated at 12.05am Stereo ................[number removed]INFORMATION: phone free on [number removed] or write to: Human Rights, Human Wrongs, PO Box 7, London W5 2GQ ♦See This Week: page 8
Highlights of the men's downhill from Val d'lsere in France, as Luc Alphand defends his World Cup title. With David Vine.
Highlights of Western Samoa v South West Division at Gloucester as the tourists prepare for next week's international against England. Plus action from a top match in Wales and a preview of the 1 14th Varsity Match.
Eleventh of a 12-part series by David Attenborough studying behaviour in the natural world.
Courting. Looking at the sundry and sometimes bizarre techniques employed by animals to attract the opposite sex. See today's choices. Producer Marion Zunz ; Executive producer
Peter Jones USERS' GUIDE: available forthose wishingto use the series for educational purposes. Send acheque or PO for£3.95. made payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
Sixth in an eight-part series in which journalist Simon Dring retraces his 1962journey on the hippy trail.
Finally, Simon reaches India - but only after running the gauntlet of heavily armed Islamic militants along the Karakoram Highway. Still in front of him, though, are nearly 10,000 kilometres, 900 million people, languages and all mannerof gods.
He accepts the colonial-style hospitality on offer at 87-year-old
Mrs Bandhari 's guest house in the city of Amritsar before joining up with a couple whose impromptu children's theatre has been playingfrom the back of their Land Roverall the way from Europe.
♦ See John Peel: page 10
Second in a four-part series in which high-level figures in the Labour Party look back over the past 16 years.
In the early eighties, with Michael Foot as leader and the party still suffering after Denis Healey's battle with Tony Benn for the position of deputy - which Healey won, at his own admission, "by half an eyebrow" - Labour sank to its lowest popularity rating since the Second World War.
Bitter internecine strife was followed by crushing defeat by the Conservatives in 1983, who were returned to power under Margaret Thatcher with a massive majority. Candid interviews recall this nadir for the party.
The battle for the mobile phone networks is intensifying as Orange, the newcomer to the marketplace, offers cheap calls in the hope of luring rivals' subscribers away. Vodaphone and Cellnet are taking counter-measures with attractive deals for loyal customers. The consumer has benefited through reduced mobile phone bills. But will this trend prove to be nothing more than a short-term phenomenon?
Transcripts: for details phone [number removed]
Caroline Hook assumes the guise of chat show host Mrs Merton to unnerve another clutch of celebrity guests. Director Pati Marr ; Producer Peter Kessier
Oscar-winning biographical drama starring Meryl Streep
The story of Karen Blixen , whose brief encounter with an adventurer begins a love story bound up with the beauty of Africa. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Sydney Pollack (1985)
♦ See Films: pages 65-74 ****
Denys Finch Hatton:
Baron Brorvon Blixen/Hans von Biixen:
Sir Joseph Byme:
BBC Foreign Affairs Editor John Simpson introduces a six-part series cataloguing human rights violations.
(Shown at 4.15pm)
Fantasy drama starring
Coral Browne , Ian Holm
April 1932: attendingthe
Lewis Carroll Centenary, 80-year-old
Alice Hargreaves - the inspiration for A/ice in Wonderland - becomes increasingly haunted by her childhood memories.
Director Gavin Millar (1985) Subtitled ....843527 * See Films: pages 65-74 ***
Mrs Alice Hargreaves:
Reverend Charles Dodgson:
2.00 A Way with Numbers
4.00 Deutsch Direkt !; Famously Fluent
6.00 Great Egg Race: Photography Rpt 29362 6.30 Great Experiments: Keepers of Light
NOTE: The Learning Zone programmes are designed to be recorded.
LEARNING ZONE INFORMATION: (0181) [number removed].