Daily recordingofBBC 1 's 7am News, with signing and subtitles. Stereo .......
Cartoon fun with the little blue creatures.
Action quiz. Shown last Friday. (Stereo)
Animated fun with toys that come to life. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday at 6.20pm on BBC 1
APB. Kimble becomes involved with a couple of escaped convicts.
Sixties espionage drama series starring Richard Bradford as ex-CIA agent McGill. Man from the Dead. The man who discredited McGill is tracked to London. Written by Stanley Greenberg
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TheAddams Family in Court. Grandma is operating a money-making racket.
St Lucia. Restaurateur Robert Carrier prepares curried lobstersalad
The cricket action continues.
Aunt Barking has problems with her car.
C for Cheese. A trip to a shop stacked with around 900 cheeses..........
Business news. Stereo ..............
Actress Sally Field joins a discussion on the US justice system. Stereo
A visit to New Covent Garden Flower
Market, with Paula Pryke. .............
Regional News and Weather
Wings over the Holy Land. Following thousands of birds on a spring migration.
Regional News and Weather
Celebrating the talents of young people. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Part two of a look back at last summer's expedition. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Further live coverage from Trent Bridge of the match being played between
England and India. Stereo .........
Live coverage of the Grand Prix meeting in Stockholm, one of the last chances for the world's top athletes to finalise preparations for the Atlanta Olympics. Stars scheduled to appear include a cluster of world champions: British triple jumper Jonathan Edwards, sprinters Donovan Bailey of Canada and Merlene Ottey of Jamaica, and America's Michael Johnson in the metres. Commentary by David Coleman, Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason, with Brendan Foster.
Highlights are at 12.30am on BBC 1.
Is Britain at war with Germany again? Judgingfrom recent newspaper headlines about the football and beef clashes and Britain's role in Europe, people could be forgiven forthinking that hostilities between the two nations had resumed. Journalist
Jurgen Kronig of DieZeit journeys around Britain and, with the help of football fans, farmers, newspaper reporters and politicians, investigates why it has suddenly become fashionable to be anti-German.
Producer Sam Collyns ; Editor Paul Woolwich
A series in which sixpeople relate the events that in 24 hours permanently altered the course of their lives.
The Devil in the Mirror. In gangster Chris Lambrianou was jailed for life, along with his bosses the Kray twins, for his part in the murder of Jack "the Hat" McVitie. In this programme he describes how, locked alone in his cell, he had a religious experience that changed his life. See today's choices. Producer Gabe Solomon ; Series producer
Debbie Christie Colour and B/VJ Stereo Subtitled.
Island of the Monkey God Bali's macaque monkeys are revered by Hindus, who believe the animals were brought to Bali by the monkey god to protect the island and its temples. The ingenious macaques have learned how to enjoy their privileges to the full. See today's choices.
TV presentation Holly Spearing ; Series producer
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Continuing the repeat episodes from the first series.
EBE. Mulder and Scully investigate a UFO sighting in Tennessee. Gillian Anderson presents BBC 1 's Future Fantastic on Friday at
7.30pm. See today's choices.
The X Files
9.00pm BBC2 A notable episode for two reasons: it features a secret from Deep Throat and it introduces the Lone Gunmen.
EBE (the initials stand for extraterrestrial biological entity) has Mulder and Scully investigating a government cover-up over the shooting down of a UFO near the Iraq/Turkey border. Mulder calls on a group of conspiracy theorists (the Lone Gunmen) for help. Their appearance proved so popular that they returned in the second series. Also offering the agent some help is Deep Throat, who reveals he is one of three men to have actually killed an alien. But his misinformation and half-truths leave Mulder confused: "I'm wondering which lie to believe," he says at the end of the episode. .
The fifth of six programmes that relive great sporting rivalries.
The rivalry between athletes Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett reached its climax when they battled for middle distance supremacy at the 1980 Moscow
Olympics. Up to this point they had dominated international middle distance running, but had met only once on the track. Coe, seen as the establishment man, held the world record at 800 metres. Ovett, depicted by the press as a rebel, was favourite to win the 1,500 metres. In Moscow they were to settle the score, but as in many great stories, there was a twist in the tail. Contributors include athletes Sebastian Coe, Steve Cram, Daley Thompson and John Walker.
Producer Adelene Alani; Executive producer Tony Moss
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Topical news analysis, interviews and discussion. Presented by Peter Snow.
Highlights of the fourth day's play between England and India, from Trent Bridge. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Followed by Weatherview
Political discussion, hosted tonight by Bernard Ingham.
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2.00 Perfect Pictures Collections 1
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4.00 Department of Health Special Smallpox Eradication
4.30 Department of Health Special Vaccines for the Future
5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Open University
6.00 The Planet Earth A Scientific
Model Rpt 6232199 6.25 Animal Physiology Walking and Running
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