Continuing yesterday's story.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Parliamentary news. Stereo ..........
The genesis of the atomic bomb, from early experiments in Nazi Germany to the US
Manhattan Project, which developed the bombs dropped on Japan in 1945.
Tricks ofthe bread trade.
Bob Monkhouse introduces this compilation from silent movies, with clips of such stars as Rudolph Valentino , Mary Pickford ,
Charlie Chaplin , Tom Mix and Lillian Gish. Director James M Anderson (1955) B/W ...4788638 * See Films: pages 65-74 ***
Cry Uncle. Three children on the run from an orphanage ask Kimble for his help.
With signing and subtitles.
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Business news. Stereo .....................12270
Today, action miniatures. Rpt....44508183
Microwave chicken recipes. Stereo.15595015
A Sentimental Journey. Jeff is persuaded to escort a valuable item. Rpt ......9742164
(Subtitled); Regional News and Weather
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Today's parliamentary business. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz, Stereo ...........................560
Discussingthe iscussingthe subject of abortion, Esther Rantzen 's guests today include actress
A portrait of Reg Redford , who at the age of 88 still works 15 hours a day, five days a week, in the buildingtrade.
Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran , writers of the comedy series Birds of a Feather, look back on theirfirst break in television
Weapons and Human Rights. Archbishop Desmond Tutu examines the devastating effects of light weapons, such as pistols and land mines, on civilian life, as arms come into the hands of criminal gangs and vigilantes and unexploded mines left overfrom warfare exact a terrible price.
Repeated at 11.45pm
Knowledge Is Power. Will blackmails Hilary into being his servant when he finds out that she has secretly dropped OUtOfCOllege. Rpt Stereo ............513544
Southgate's decision to become headmaster at another school causes
Yola and Rivers to consider theirfutures.
A series in which celebrities discuss fictional teenage dilemmas. Presented by Lisa I' Anson, with guests Ian Kelsey from Emmerdale, and Jadene, the silent star of Don't Forget Your Toothbrush. This week, will Karen risk herfriendship with Tim if she confesses hertrue feelings for him? And should Simon tell his sister that her boyfriend, his best friend, ischeatingon her?
Series producer Ian Stewart ; Executive producer
The series made by disabled people about disabled people.
Series editor Ian Macrae Stereo Subtitled ...473 WRITE TO: viewers can contact the programme at: From the Edge. PO Box 8346, London W 12 6DP
The series in which Robbie Coltrane examines bold attempts to push the limits of design.
Longest Bridge. The world's longest single bridge span is set to arch for more than a mile overthe Baltic Sea, part of an audacious plan to link
Germany via Denmark to Sweden. It will need cables around a metre thick to carry a road deck that can survive sea winds. But designer Niels Gimsing is haunted by previous bridge builders who have pushed the limits too far. Producer Saul Nasse ; Executive producer
RobertThirkell Stereo ...........................7218 BOOKLET: For a booklet on engineering, telephone: [number removed] (calls cost 39p per minute cheap rate, 49p per minute at all othertimes), or access the World Wide Web on: http://www.bbcnc.org.uk/tv/grand- designs/
Tonight, chef Michel Roux 's alternative to Christmas turkey: loin of venison in a pastry crust.
With Michael Barry , Jilly Goolden and Chris Kelly. See today's choices. Director Linda Nash ; Series producer Tim Hincks
INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 616.
+ Countdown to Christmas: page 42
Crime drama starring
The boyfriend of a resourceful widow becomes ill with gastric pains and eventually dies. When a similarfate befalls her next man, the Reverend
Dwight Moore , suspicions are aroused.
Director Alan Metzger (1993) * See Films: pages 65-74 ***
Blanche Taylor Moore:
Reverend Dwight Moore:
Second of threefilms first screened in the Picture This series.
Playing Out. Parental fears of danger combined with the lure of computer games increasingly prevent children from playing together on the street. Tonight's film celebrates this play by followingfive young boys from West Yorkshire as they run and climb, slip and slide, to school and back. Raising Lazarus: tomorrow at 11.15pm Producer Ian Duncan ; Editor Peter Symes
Shownat5.50pm Stereo ...................954980
With Sarah Baxter. Stereo ............41348
12.30 Water Is for Fighting Over 15435 1.00 Wateringthe Desert
2.00TeachingToday BBC Focus
4.00 NCET TV: Teaching and Learning with IT Rpt 67351 4.30 Portables in Action Rpt 30313 5.00 Italia 2000 52941 5.30 Film Education
6.00 Great Egg Race: Hovercraft 49936 6.30 Great Experiments: Bright Sparks and Long Waves