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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing and subtitles.

: Children's BBC: Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

Shredder makes mischief with a machine possessing the power to move objects around. (Rpt)

: Children's BBC: The Lowdown

This week's edition looks at the colony of Hong Kong as it approaches the 1997 handover to China. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.

: Children's BBC: Wishing

Animation. Joseph empties out the contents of a cupboard before having lots of fun with bubbles. Repeated at 2.00pm.

: The Record

Parliamentary news.....................

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 lei Paris (ages 12-14) Paris - au Jour le Jour 7518637 9.25 Job Bank (ages 14+) Print Journalist/Sea
Fisherman Stereo 7598873 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Hairy MacLary's Rumpus at the Vet

: Children's BBC: Playdays

Rosie and Mr Jolly get a little left behind before sorting everything out just in time. (Rpt) (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Numbertime (ages 4-5) Moreor Less - Two More Stereo 5718521 10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) The Environment - Life in the Water Stereo 4263076 11.00 Teaching Today Materials - Does It Hold Water? Stereo 5298 11.30TheShapeof the World (ages 14+) Global Tourism Stereo 8015989 12.05 The Spanish
Collection (ages 16+)

: Working Lunch

Consumerinformation. Stereo ........

: Daytime on Two

1.00 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) People and the Physical
Environment - Limestone Landscapes Stereo 86677618 1.20ZigZag(ages
8-10+) An African Country: Kenya 86671434 1.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
A Rainy Day

: Children's BBC: Wishing

Animated fun. Shown at 8.25am. (Rpt) (Stereo)

: World Snooker

David Vine and Dougie Donnelly present further live coverage of the World Snooker Championship from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. John Higgins, a losing finalist in the British Open earlier this month, concludes his first-round match against Martin Clark , and Thailand's struggling James Wattana faces a tricky opening-round opponent in newcomer Jimmy Michie, conqueror of Andy Hicks, last year's surprise semi-finalist. Commentary by Ted Lowe, Ray Edmonds, John Spencer, John Virgo and Dennis Taylor.
Director David Wood Stereo ................
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
And at 3.55 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Martin Clark
Unknown: James Wattana
Unknown: Jimmy Michie
Unknown: Andy Hicks
Commentary By: Ted Lowe
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds
Commentary By: John Spencer
Commentary By: John Virgo
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor.
Director: David Wood Stereo

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Thine Own Self. Data becomes stranded on a primitive planet when he is sent on a mission to recover radioactive material from a crashed probe. Sufferingfrom amnesia, Data has forgotten about the lethal properties of the container he is carrying. As sickness spreads, the villagers fear he is a plague carrier.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.00pm

Contributors

Captain Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
Commander William Riker: Jonathan Frakes
Lt Commander Data: Brent Spiner
Dr Beverly Crusher: Gates McFadden
Lt Commander Geordi La Forge: Levar Burton
Counsellor Deanna Troi: Marina Sirtis
Talur RONNIE: Claire Edwards
Garvin: Michael Roth Haar
Gia: Kim Berlycullum
Skoran: Michaelg Hagerty

: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

The Guardians. Buck is inexplicably reunited with his mother in the 20th century after receivinga mysterious jade box from a dying man.

Contributors

Buck Rogers: Gil Gerard
Wilma: Erin Gray
Dr Goodfellow: Wilfrid Hyde-White
Twiki: Felix Silla
Hawk: Thom Christopher
Admiral Asimov: Jay Garner

: East: Relative Values

Amid widespread claims of falling standards in educational achievement and family values in society as a whole, British Asians appear to be bucking the trend. Despite often being raised in deprived areas, over three-quarters of Asians aged between 16 and 19 are in full-time education, a figure far outstripping the proportion of white youths. Twenty years ago, a film was made documenting the trials, tribulations, hopes and aspirations of newly arrived immigrants living in an inner-city area of Southampton.
Aasmah Mir revisits this community to find out if their dreams came true.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Producer: Sara Kozak
Series Producer: Mike Finlason

: University Challenge

In the second semi-final, Warwick University takes on Imperial College, London. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Paxman
Director: Vernon Antcliffe
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Home Front

For centuries, Kilim rugs have exerted a powerful allure with their rich colours, luxurious textures and intricate designs. The buyer's guide to the best Kilim rugs and carpets considers which carpet is most suitable for which room and the best place to buy it.
Tessa Shaw looks at fresh ideas for decorating nurseries with top designer Anne McKevitt. Are there alternatives to the ubiquitous pastel shades?
Plus, the Walshes confront some major decisions about their pokey kitchen. Should they knock a wall out to enlarge it, should they keep the original kitchen range, or should they replace it with something more practical? This week's Finishing Touch tip shows how to add sparkle to any door in the home. Series producer Simon Shaw ; Senes editor
DaisyGoodwin Stereo ♦ Tessa Shaw 's choice: page 8

Contributors

Unknown: Tessa Shaw
Designer: Anne McKevitt.
Producer: Simon Shaw
Unknown: Tessa Shaw

: Modern Times: Streetwise

The training regime hopefuls have to pass to become a London black cab driver is infamously tough. Learning the routes around London takes years and over 70 per cent of applicants fail to finish. The repeated appearances before the Public Carriage Office examiners - regarded as more stressful than most job interviews - mean it's a bumpy ride to the coveted green badge. See today's choices.
Producer Mark Phillips ; Series editor Stephen Lambert

Contributors

Producer: Mark Phillips
Editor: Stephen Lambert

: World Snooker

London's Jimmy White, six-times runner-up but never yet winner of the sport's biggest title, begins his 16th World Championship by taking on Scottish qualifier Euan Henderson.
Darren Morgan's match against Drew Henry continues.
Hosted from Sheffield by David Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: Euan Henderson.
Unknown: Darren Morgan
Unknown: David Vine.

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow.

: Murder One

Part eight of the American crime drama series starring Daniel Benzali
Chapter Eight. Despite Hoffman's misgivings, Neil Avedon agrees to be interviewed on live national television.
Shown yesterday at 9.00pm. For cast see yesterday
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Daniel Benzali
Unknown: Neil Avedon

: The Midnight Hour

Presented by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil.

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30 Insights to Violence
1.00 Environment Rpt NightSchool
2.00 Modem Languages BBC Focus
4.00 Benefits Agency Today (With signing and subtitles) Rpt 64767 4.30 Disability Today (With signing and subtitles) Rpt 71477 5.00 Voluntary Sector Television - local Exchange
Transfer Schemes, counselling men, charity advertising and volunteering in Europe. (With subtitles)
Open University
6.00 Maths Modelling Rates of Change Rpt 7312106 6.25 Languages forLeaming Rpt 7324941 6.50 Of Fish and People








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