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9.10Alan Bennett reads from The House at Pooh Comer by A A Milne.
Last in the series.
One-offcomedy from the strand series previously featured in Highly Sprung. David is tricked into fightingforthe world heavyweight title. Written by Danny Peacock and Mickey Hutton
Gossip starts to spread about Fay and Mr King.
Written by Margaret Simpson The current Grange Hill is
Tuesday at 5.10pm, BBC1 Rpt Subtitled ..
Baywatch star Jaason Simmons , actor Su Pollard and keep-fit expert Mr Motivator.
Esther Rantzen joins Andi Peters on the tenth anniversary of the charity Childline. Stereo.......
An old computer war game becomes a terrifying reality.
(Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6.00pm)
Revenge and Remorse. Drebin probes a judge's violent death.
American dating game show.....
Reports and analysis of the week's political events in the south.
Presented by Bruce Parker
The parliamentary review programme, presented by Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMMES
Western about a Colt gun salesman who sets out to recover his stolen rapid-fire .45s and to put an end to an outlaw reign otterror.
Steve Farrell RANDOLPH SCOTT. Beth Donovan RUTH ROMAN. Jason Brett ZACHARY SCOTT , Paul Donovan LLOYD BRIDGES, Sheriff HarrisALAN HALE
Director Edwin L Marin (1950) .... * See Films: pages 59-66 ***
The ladies' competition from the World
Figure Skating Championships. With Sue Barker and Robin Cousins. Stereo.
A Step up the Ladder. A look back at the history of the BBC Young Musician competition. This year'ssearch starts tomorrow at 7.00pm. Hosted by Sarah Walker and Christopher Warren-Green . Director Francesca Kemp See The Music Machine
(Radio 3 weekdays 5pm) for more news
Highlights from the Pilkington Cup semi-finals. Holders Bath take on Gloucester, and London Irish face league champions Leicester. Plus action from Wales of the Swalec Cup quarter-finals. With John Inverdale.
The raw winter conditions of the Cairngorms are only a prelude to the climatic extremes that wildlife residents and summer visitors have to endure as the seasons unfold.
See today's choices.
Reviewing the winners and losers from the 20,000 dogs and their owners that gathered for the annual canine show a week ago at the NEC, Birmingham. Hosted by Peter Purves, Jessica Holm and Mike Stockman.
Charles Wheeler presents the last of five examinations of American society. The Reagan Legacy. Once derided as a minor movie actor with unrealistic political ambitions, Ronald Reagan has turned out to be one of the most lastingly influential US presidents in modern history. Reagan was more communicatorthan political activist but his legacy lives on, especially in the House of Representatives, controlled by the New Right. President
Bill Clinton 's hopes of election to a second term are threatened by such opposition. Director/Producer David C Taylor
♦ Charles Wheeler 's Choice: page 14
Protests and Profits
As the road protestors step up their campaign at Newbury in Berkshire and Shell recovers from the aftermath of the Brent Spar incident, single-issue pressure groups are increasingly dictatingthe environmental agenda for companies as well as governments. Tom Maddocks reports on how firms are now beingforced to take into account the interests of "stakeholders" as well as shareholders.
Serieseditor Jane Ellison Stereo SubtiUed.
Calcutta. In the last of a four-part series, Clive Anderson travels to
Calcutta in India. His expectations are matched by first impressions: poverty, squalor, traffic-congestion and climate all contributing towards an unhealthy living environment. But another side exists behind the slums, with echoes of the British Raj, British expats reading the Daily Telegraph in their clubs, plus bookshops and coffee houses brimming with intellectual debates. Director/Series producer Paul Sommers
Laurie Pike visits a spa in Budapest, Hungary, and Rick Wakeman takes a massage in Kerala, south-west India. Series producer Liz Warner Postponed from
26February Stereo Subtitled.....
Second World War drama starring Christian Bale
China, December 1941: 1 1 -year-old
Jim Graham enjoys a comfortable life with his family in Shanghai's
International Settlement. But when the Imperial Japanese army marches into the city, his family is forced to flee and Jim becomes separated from his parents. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Steven Spielberg (1987, PG)
♦ See Films: pages 59-66 ***
Zach Galligan , Lauren Tom
Adam Beckett is an artist in the New York of the future. When he is refused permission to practise his creative pursuits, he is forced to join the artistic underground.
Director Tom Schiller (1984)
B/Wandcolour Stereo Subtitled ..... ♦ See Films: pages 59-66 ***
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