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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signingand subtitles.

: Children's BBC: Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles

The Turtles wake up in a world in which they never existed. (Rpt)

: Children's BBC: Blue Peter

Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.

: Children's BBC: Brum

Fun with the little car. Repeated at 2.00pm. (Rpt)

: The Record

Parliamentary proceedings. Stereo.

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 The Biology Collection (ages 16+) Human Influences on the Environment Stereo 7712793 9.30Techno Food (ages 11-14) Healthy Food
9.45 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) It's Magic! Stereo

: Children's BBC: Playdays: The Patch Stop

Peggy Patch visits the swans and cygnets at Abbotsbury in Dorset.

: Daytime on Two

10.25 Storytime (ages 4-5) The Rainbow Balloon Stereo 2401996 10.45Science Zone (ages 9-11) The Environment - Creature Comforts
11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-1 1) The
Environment - Biomes 2
11.15 Landmarks Extra 3977373 11.35
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tudors and Stuarts - Elizabeth I Stereo 8772828 12.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) The Winter's Tale Stereo

: Working Lunch

The latest live consumer news, presented by Adrian Chiles , Stereo ...................

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Chiles

: Daytime on Two

1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+)XVZ/s for
Education stereo 31432880 1.25Revista
(ages 11-14) El Cuerpo
1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5) More or Less - Five More

: Children's BBC: Brum

Animated adventures. Shown at 8.25am.

: The Andrew Neil Show

Discussion show hosted by Andrew Neil.
Fordetails see Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: NeWS

Regional News and Weather

: Westminster with Nick Ross

Live coverage of events in Parliament.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Today's the Day

Quiz about bygone years.

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Cookery game show. Stereo ................

: The Oprah Winfrey Show

A hard-hittingedition in which Oprah Winfrey investigates how poverty is affectingthousands of American children.

: The Sky at Night

The End of the Universe. How might the universe die? With Patrick Moore.
Shown last Sunday Stereo Subtitled .. INFORMATION LINE: ([number removed]. Calls cost 39p per min cheap rate. 49p permin all other times.

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick Moore.

: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Whispers. O'Brien is puzzled by his reception on the station after returning from a mission in the Paradas system.

: The 0 Zone

3T join Jamie Theakston , and Take
That's former manager talks about his protege Kavanah. With Jayne Middlemiss. Producer Andi Peters : Executive producer Paul Smith Repeated next Saturday on BBC 1 Stereo.

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss.
Producer: Andi Peters
Producer: Paul Smith

: Waiting for God

Tom and Diana are to be married after
Harvey and Jane. Last in the series. Tom GRAHAM CROWDEN, Diana STEPHANIE
COLE, Harvey DANIEL HILL, Jane JANINE DUVITSKI ,
Manon SANDRA PAYNE , Geoffrey ANDREW TOURELL ,
Sarah LUCY ASTON, Jenny DAWN HOPE, Jamie Edwards PADDY WARD. Rev Dennis Sparrow TiM
PREECE, Funeral director ROBIN DRISCOLL
Written by Michael Attkens ; Director/Producer GarethGwenlan Postponed from 2 May

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Stephanie
Unknown: Jane Janine Duvitski
Unknown: Manon Sandra Payne
Unknown: Geoffrey Andrew Tourell
Director: Robin Driscoll
Written By: Michael Attkens

: First Sight

Heathrow, We Have a Problem Heathrow is the world's busiest international airport and, to keep it that way, a fifth terminal needs to be built. Simon Montague reports on what the increasingly crowded skies mean forthe south east. Last in the series.
Airport, a new documentary series about Heathrow, is on BBC 1 at 8.30pm. Executive producer Leonie Jameson
Editor Alison Rooper Postponed from 2 May .. PHONE-IN: immediately following the programme on BBC Radios Kent, GLR and Thames Valley FM. If you would like to take part, call (0 171) [number removed].
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below Next week a new series. Out and About, looks at leisure activities and places of interest in the region

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Montague
Producer: Leonie Jameson
Editor: Alison Rooper

: Southern Eye

A Fatal Attraction?
Being stalked is a terrifyingexperience, and for some victims it can have fatal consequences. Yet, it is not a crime.
Southern Eye follows the campaign of two Hampshire police officers who are pressingfor a law against this form of harassment. Last in the series.
Producer Jenny Craddock E-MAIL: Southern.Eye@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Producer: Jenny Craddock

: Secrets of the Paranormal

Ghost Rescue
Lance Trendall is committed to helping ghosts who, he believes, don't yet realise they're dead. He and his wife Allee aim to help them come to terms with their situation.
Producer Edi Smokum: Series producer Bob Long

: Top Gear

Jeremy Clarkson goes to Italy to test the L350,000 Ferrari F50, the nearest thingto a Grand Prix racerto hit the road, while Tiff Needell drives the Formula 1 Ferrari that inspired it. Plus, Quentin Willson road tests the American-built Chrysler Neon.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley Top Gear Motorsport is tomorrow at 8.00pm

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Quentin Willson
Producer: John Wilcox
Producer: Jon Bentley

: The Travel Show

The series returns with this first of 12 programmes. Penny Junor introduces two new members ofthe team: travel writers Sophie Campbell - who tonight visits Venice - and Jon Futrell , who heads for Hawaii. And guest presenter Clement Freud provides a guide to London's town house hotels.
Producers Helen Bullough and Matthew Cole
Series producer Liz Warner COMPETITION: for a chance to win a European city break weekend for two. see Ceefax page

Contributors

Introduces: Penny Junor
Unknown: Sophie Campbell
Unknown: Jon Futrell
Presenter: Clement Freud
Producers: Helen Bullough
Producer: Liz Warner

: The Poisoned Chalice

Michael Elliott presents a four-part examination of the impact of Europe on British politics.
1: A Kind of Betrayal. Post-war Britain refuses to get drawn into European unity plans. See today's choices. Series producer John Bridcut

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Elliott
Producer: John Bridcut

: Close Up

Director Michael Winnerchooses a scene from Olivier's Henry V.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Director: Michael Winnerchooses

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Late Review

Mark Lawson. columnist Suzanne Moore. poet Tom Paulin and Bill Buford , literary editor of The New Yorker, discuss A S
Byatt's novel Babel Tower.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson.
Unknown: Suzanne Moore.
Unknown: Tom Paulin
Unknown: Bill Buford

: The Midnight Hour

With Trevor Phillips.

Contributors

Unknown: Trevor Phillips.

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30 1 Used to Work in the Fields 14010 1.00 Graphs, Networks and Design Rpt 68958 1.30 Picasso's Collages
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Changing Families BBC Focus
4.00 Italia 2000 Rpt 93229 4.30 Crime Prevention for Convenience Store Staff
Rpt 76923 5.00 Health and Safety at
Work 51126 5.30 The Adviser
Open University
6.00 insect Hormones
6.25 Rome Underthe Popes
7290923 6.50 Palazzo Venezia , Rome -a Cardinal's Palace

Contributors

Unknown: Palazzo Venezia








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