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: See Hear Breakfast News

With Signing.

: Children's BBC: The Brollys

Animation. Repeated at 1.00pm. (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: Lassie

Lassie rescues a deer family. (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: Cartoon Critters

Shown yesterday at 4.30pm. (Stereo)

: Children's BBC: Spider-Man

Cartoon crime fighting. (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: The Village by the Sea

Hari learns to mend watches. (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: Puppydog Tales

Ruff is encouraged to wash his football kit. (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: Playdays

Peggy and friends follow a snail trail. (Stereo)

: Man in a Suitcase

McGill looks into mining company sabotage. First shown on ITV

: The Addams Family

Pugsley sends a love letter to his teacher.
Black find white Repeat

: The Pink Panther Show

Cartoon feline fun. Repeat

: Cricket: Third Test

Further live coverage of England vPakistan, from the Oval, Stereo ....

: Children's BBC: The Brollys

Shown at 7.30am.

: A-ZofFood

Facts about watercress

: Menus and Music

Brian Turner visits Rome

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Turner

: The Oprah Winfrey Show

Mothers and daughters clash over teenagers' clothes. Stereo

: Crawshaw Paints Oils

More painting tips. Repeat ...........

: Understanding Cats

Today's programme finds out how a cat marks out its territory. Repeat ........

: News

Regional News and Weather

: The Natural World

The Sisterhood
The truth about hyenas, carnivores that operate in a secretive, female-dominated
Society. Repeat Stereo

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Children's BBC: Cartoon

Animated fun.

: Children's BBC: Bouncing Back: the Best Bits of Johnny Ball

The series ends with a look at energy. Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am. (Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Johnny Ball

: Children's BBC: Byker Grove

Written by Judy Forshaw and Lizzie Mickery.
A trip to Alton Towers brings romance. (Repeat) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Writer: Judy Forshaw
Writer: Lizzie Mickery
Gary: George Trotter
Ed: Grant Adams
Anna: Claire Graham
Laura: Emma Brierley
Dale: Leslie Baines
Flora: Kerry Ann Christiansen
Noddy: Brett Adams
Leah: Jayni Hoy
Brigid: Joanne McIntosh
Alfie: Andrew Smith
Karen: Kimberly Dunbar

: Cricket: Third Test

Live coverage from the Oval ofthe rest of the afternoon's session on the first day of play between England and Pakistan.
Stereo.....

: Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

The adventures of an American astronaut transported into the future. Testimonyofa Traitor. Buck Rogers is accused of being responsible forthe nuclear holocaust that wiped out Earth. He is put on trial for his life; a probe of his own memory proves his guilt and condemns him to death. Repeat..

Contributors

Unknown: Buck Rogers

: Paralympics

Today's action features athletics and swimming, two sports in which Britain has every chance of the gold.
Wheelchair athlete Tanni Grey took home four gold and two silver medals in Barcelona, while visually impaired swimmer Chris Holmes collected an impressive six golds. Plus, news from the men's basketball quarter-finals.
Commentary from Hamilton Bland and Paul Dickenson. Presented by Helen Rollason.

Contributors

Unknown: Tanni Grey
Unknown: Chris Holmes
Unknown: Paul Dickenson.
Presented By: Helen Rollason.

: Star Trekkers

Journalist and film critic Alan Frank discusses his admiration for Mr Spock in A Piece of the Action,

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Frank
Unknown: Mr Spock

: Student Choice

Johnny Vaughan and first year students offer more ideas on howto make the most of student life, with ideas on managing studies and what to do if things do not work out. Kathy Winters , featured in tonight's programme, tells of her decision to take a year out from her chemistry degree course at Hull
University. When she returned to Hull, she found she was keen to study again. Last in the series,

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Vaughan
Unknown: Kathy Winters

: The Street

This week, Kirsty Young and herteam visit Wednesbury Road, a busy thoroughfare into Walsall. Among the problems they encounter are a child's asthma, possibly aggravated by features of her house. They also advise residents on how to deal with a factory that burns rubbish on its site, how to convince the council that the road needs a safe pedestrian crossing, and what to do when a local firm repeatedly fails to return a washing machine taken in for repair.
Producer Emma Read ; Executive producer
TomGutteridge Stereo Subtitled ..... FACTSHEET: send an A4 sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Young
Producer: Emma Read

: The Travel Show

This week, comedian Arthur Smith explores Latvia, one of Europe's newest republics but already discovered by the German tourist industry. Riga, the capital, has been described as "the new Prague", while the Baltic Sea has been called "the new Med". He visits the seaside spa town of Jurmala, once a favourite holiday resort of leaders of the former USSR. Sophie Campbell ventures to the Mediterranean island of Corsica, exploring its beaches and mountains, and learns how it has resisted an invasion of packaged tours. Finally, Simon Caldertakes a landscape photography course in Snowdonia. Producers Helen Bullough and Matthew Cole
Editor Liz Wamer

Contributors

Unknown: Arthur Smith
Unknown: Sophie Campbell
Unknown: Simon Caldertakes
Producers: Helen Bullough
Producers: Matthew Cole
Editor: Liz Wamer

: Dark Secret

No Hard Feelings. Tonight's film follows three men seeking treatment for impotence at Sheffield's Hallamshire Hospital. There they meet Sister
Patricia Allen , who counsels 60 to 80 referrals every month. She talks the men through the various treatments, including a vacuum pump, hormone injections and implants. Firstshown as part of the Trouble with Men season. Producer Hilary Clarke ; Executive producer
Jonathan Drori Repeat Stereo Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Patricia Allen
Producer: Hilary Clarke
Producer: Jonathan Drori

: Hancock

Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson..
Comedy starring Tony Hancock.

In this classic episode of Hancock's Half Hour, Sid and Tony hit on a scheme to get 23 Railway Cuttings renovated.
See today's choices.

Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Writer: Ray Galton
Writer: Alan Simpson
Designer: Lawrence Broadhouse
Producer: Duncan Wood
Himself: Tony Hancock
Sid: Sidney James
National Trust officer: John Le Mesurier
Disbeliever: Hugh Lloyd
American: Robert Dorning
Mrs American: Penelope Parry
Man from the council: William Mervyn
National Trust attendant: Stan Simmonds
National Trust attendant: Raymond Grahame

: Newsnight

With Peter Snow. Including a report from Sue Lloyd-Roberts on the commercial sex exploitation of under-age children around Britain.

: Cricket: Third Test

Highlights of the day's play between
England and Pakistan. Stereo .....
Followed byWeatherview

: Grace under Fire

Grace undera a Wig. Grace has to turn down an important invitation.
For cast see Monday

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30 A Question of Identity- Berlin and Berliners Repeat 60694 1.30 Modern Art Jackson Pollock Repeat
Summer Nights
2.00 Book Lover Essentials Repeat
Languages
4.00 Buongiorno Italia 9-12; Quinze Minutes; Spanish Globo 7,
Open University
6.00 Biology Repeat 34 75 762 6.25 Richard II Repeat 3494897 6.50 Mantegna Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Jackson Pollock








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