Daily recording of BBC1's 7am News, with Signing and subtitles.
Animation. The crew faces a confusing situation. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Shown last Friday on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Shown yesterday at 5.55pm on BBC I
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Christianity in Today's World (ages 11-16) Stereo 6630816 9.25 Movable Feasts(ages7-ll) 1572019 9.40
Square One (ages 9-11)
How various art materials are made.
10.25 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5)
Bend and Stretch Stereo 9900516 10.45 Look and Read (ages 7-9+) Spywatch-Captured Stereo 5968570 11.05ZigZag (ages 8- 10+) Stereo 6818212 11.25
Technology Starters (ages 9-12) 6610564 11.40 English Time (ages
11-14) Stereo 4290293 12.00 History File (ages 11-16)
Live daily business news from around
Britain With Fiona Foster. Stereo..... FANTASY SHARES COMPETITION: see Ceefax page 21
1.00 History File (ages 11-16)
82009361 1.20 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Stereo Subtitled 82029125 1.40StOrytime (ages 4-5)
Animation about a girl and her fantasy world. (Rpt)
Peter Seabrook visits the Rev Wilson in his rectory garden at Bulwick.
Surfing drama. Hawaii, 1959: young Mike Tognetti, on holiday with his parents, begins to learn about the pain of growing up.
Director Tommy Lee Wallace (1988, PG)
See Films: pages 59-66
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The third quarterfinal of the daily nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis.
Daily cookery game show. * Antony Worrall Thompson : page 40
Guests who choose to pursue dangerous pastimes talk to Esther Rantzen, including actor Brian Blessed , determined to conquer Mount Everest. Stereo .....
WPC Sue Woodcock makes her debut in Mother Goose and Tony shows an unusual interest in a racehorse.
Producers Nigel Farrell , Paul Sommers ; Director
Paul Sommers Next episode tomorrow at 5.30pm
First shown on ITV ....
A Dream of Jennifer. The past returns to endanger Buck when he thinks he has seen his 20th-century girlfriend
Jennifer in 25th-century New Chicago. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century continues on Wednesdayat6.45pm Rpt .................
National Keyboard Final
In the first of this week's five national finals from the Birmingham Conservatoire,
Julien Cheriyan , Alison Farr ,
David Quigley , Peter Roper-Curzon and Daniel Smith compete to qualify for next Sunday's concerto final.
Lucy Parham , Ronan O'Hora and Paul Lewis are the judges. See today's choices. Director David Stevens : Executive producer
Bob Lockyer The National Brass Final is tomorrow at7.30pm Stereo ................................ Event sponsored by Lloyds Bank
Inside Chernobyl Sarcophagus
It is five years since the Horizon crew became the first western broadcasting team to film inside Chernobyl's damaged nuclear reactor building. This update takes the team back to check on events. Three scientists from the original Soviet team not to have died from stress or radiation testify to fears that a chain reaction is still a danger. Producer Edward Briffa ; Series editor John Lynch
Another chance to see an episode from the acclaimed sci-fi series.
Deep Throat. Mulder and Scully probe the case of a test pilot who disappears after participating in secret test flights.
* Rrs latest pin-up: page 8
The second episode of an 11-part comic drama.
Happy Families. Warren needs a place to live after landing his dream job. See today's choices.
Written by Amy Jenkins ; Producer Jane Fallon
Director Sam Miller ; Repeated on Friday at I 1.50pm
Analysis of today's news stories.
With PeterSnow. subtitled .........
The first of three workshops in which famous actors share some of their stage secrets with a group of budding young thespians.
In this programme, Prunella Scales directs her pupils in the techniques she has acquired in the art of using words to amuse. Possibly best known for her role as Sybil Fawlty, the hectoring wife of hotelier John Cleese in the classic comedy Fawlty Towers, Scales demonstrates her art with extracts from works that include Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, and Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party. Director David G Croft ; Producer John Archer
Followed by Weatherview
Late-night political chat show.
With Bernard Ingham.
12.30 An English Accent
1.00 Catalysts Against Pollution subtitled 51046 1.30 Psychology in Action UnderstandingViolence Owing to live coverage of the Oscars, the Learning Zone programmes scheduled for the slot between
2.00am and 6.00am will now be broadcast on Friday
Live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, Barry Norman reports from the film industry's most glittering night of the year. Hopes for British success at the ceremony are high, with the likes of Kate Winslet (Best Supporting Actress), Michael Radford (Best Director) and Tim Roth (Best Supporting Actor) among the seven British actors and directors nominated. The ceremony will be hosted by Whoopi Goldberg.
Producer Bruce Thompson
Highlights are on Tuesday at 10.00pm on BBC 1 Stereo
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