10.30 HotchPotch House (ages 3-5) Just the Same stereo 1366762 10.50 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Skyhunter2
11.10ZigZag(ages7-9) Food and Farming Stereo 8016007 11.30 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Over a Barrel (part 2) 9 762 12.00 GNVQ - the Great New
Visionary Quest (ages 16+)
Live coverage from Brighton, including Lib Dem President Robert Maclennan's speech and a debate on the environment. Presented by Jon Sopel, with Diana Madill.
3.00 News; Regional News and Weather
3.55 News; Regional News and Weather
Seventies science fiction series created by Gerry and Sylvia Anderson.
Exposed. Atest pilot photographs a UFO. Commander Straker ED BISHOP,
Colonel Freeman GEORGE SEWELL , Captain Carlin PETER GORDENO ,
Written byTonyBarwick DirectorDavid Lane
First shown on ITV Subtitled ..................
Colonel Freeman George
Captain Carlin Peter
A roundup of the day's events from the Liberal Democrat conference at
Brighton and a live phone-in with the politicians making the news. Tonight, viewers can put questions to
David Steel , former Liberal Democrat leader. Presented by Andrew Neil.
Telephone: [number removed] (calls charged at local rates); fax [number removed] E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
1948-Boomtime. Thestoryofthe postwar recovery is told by families who enjoyed prosperity beyond theirdreams. Italians, including Vespa worker Evio Beretti , remember acquiring their first motor scooters. French people recall new housing projects and British car workers reminisce about theirfirst holidays in Spain.
Producer Sally Doganis ; Executive producer
Peter Pagnamenta Shown yesterday at 4.50pm on BBC
The documentary series charting the ground-breaking research carried out during the first five decades of the NHS. An Affair of the Heart. Donald Ross has been part of a revolution in cardiac surgery. When he was a newly qualified doctor in the late forties -the early days of heart surgery- dying patients were packed in ice to slow their heartbeats. Surgeons hadjust eight minutes to operate.
Today, heart defects that would have meant certain death 50 years ago can be corrected quickly and simply. Producer Sally Doganis ; Series producer
Classic comedy starring Eric Sykes
Job. Eric abandons domestic chores to join Hattie at the local factory.
Also starring Hattie Jacques. With Jimmy Edwards , Graham Stark ,
George A Cooper , Felix Bowness and Noel Murphy. Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race
Comedy series about three young flat-sharing adults.
Mandy's celibacy is tested by her
Italian tutor. See today's choices.
Written by Bemadette Davis and Andrew Davies
Director John Stroud ; Producers Geoffrey Perkins and SionedWiliam Stereo
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Comedy, starringJerry Seinfeld
The Implant. Elaine implies that Jerry's date has had implants. Featuring a guest appearance byferi Hatcher, Lois Lane in The New Adventures of Superman. Next episode on Wednesday at 11.40pm
ForcastseeFriday Stereo Subtitled ......
Sardonic blue-collar comedy about one woman's recipe for survival.
Why the Bull .. ? Grace and the kids have to move in with Rick. He likes the arrangement, but Grace is not so sure.
Next episode Wednesday at 12.05am
Professor Stan Meadows:
12.30 Psychology in Action Understanding Violence Repeat 43144 1.00 Catalysts against Pollution Repeat
1.30A Migrant's Heart Repeat
2.00 Science Seeingthrough Science
4.00 Defeating Disease Smallpox
Eradication Repeat Stereo 35873 4.30 Defeating Disease Vaccines forthe Future Repeat Stereo 66786 5.00
Pathways to Care Iron Works Repeat stereo 42618 5.30 RC N N u rs i ng U pd ate
6.00 Understanding Space and Time Shades of Black Repeat 2924705 6.25
PolarOceans Repeat2936540 6.50The Capitan Reef Repeat
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