Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 TV6 (ages 16+) African Portraits stereo 14452 9.30 Cosmo and Dibs (ages 3-5) French Fruit (first in Punjabi, then in English) stereo 8620609 9.40 Megamaths (ages 7-10) Tables
1.00 History File (ages 11-14) The Making of the United Kingdom
1.20 Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) La Fiesta (programme 7)
1.25 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Portrait of Britain Stereo Subtitled 92098920 1.45
Storytime (ages 4-5) The Fish Who Could Wish
Seventies science-fiction series.
A Question of Priorities. Commander Straker's only son is fighting for his life after a traffic accident.
Commander Straker ED BISHOP,
Colonel Freeman GEORGE SEWELL. Captain Carlin PETER GORDENO.
Lt Ellis GABRIELLE DRAKE , Mary Rutland SUZANNE
NEVE, Mrs O'Connor MARY MERRALL
Written by Tony Barwick ; Director David Lane
First shown on ITV Stereo
Colonel Freeman George
Captain Carlin Peter
Lt Ellis Gabrielle
Showcase screenings of films taken from the children's camcorder series.
Tonight's films have musical subjects: The King by 11-year-old Jamie [text removed] from Swansea, Living the Blues by 12-year-old Jake [text removed] from Leicester and Music Therapy by 12-year-old Ben [text removed] from Brighton.
Producer Christopher Morris : Executive producer
Eric Rowan Revised repeat
Tiff Needell reports from Brands Hatch on the final round of the Eurocar series.
Tommi Makinen is 1996 world rally champion, with the manufacturers' title still to be decided at San Remo. Mark James
reports. And Bob Constanduros reviews the Formula Three season.
Last in the series.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor Dennis Adams
Top Gear is on Thursday at8.30pm on BBC2.
1963-Picture Power. Within a few years of television's launch, it had superseded cinema and radio. Last in the series.
Producer James DeVinney : Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta ; Shown yesterday at 4.20pm onBBCl Stereo Subtitled ....
Another chance to see the third series of comedy-dramas starring Dawn French
Super-efficient PA Sally Fairfax witnesses a murder in the office.
First in a four-part adaptation of lain Banks's darkly-humorous novel. Starring Joseph McFadden
Bill Paterson , Peter Capaldi
Prentice. Prentice McHoan returns to his hometown for his grandmother's funeral. All the family attend except one-Uncle Rory. See today's choices.
Written by Bryan Elsley ; Producer Bradley Adams Director Gavin Millar Rptd next Sunday on BBC2
* See This Week: page 10
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Young Prentice (aged 10):
Continuing the 12-part series capturing a slice of real life in London's Soho.
Eternal Light. Dinah and Sylvia, two of Soho's oldest residents, are distraught that their synagogue is to close.
Meanwhile, health workers Sue and Jane distribute condoms to prostitutes. DirectorChristopherTerrill; Executive producer
JeremyMills Stereo ............................. More SohoStories tomorrow at 11.15pm on BBC2. * A peep at Soho: page 37
Followed by Weatherview
12.30 Geology of the Alps Repeat
1.00 Drifting Continents Repeat
1.30 Seismology at Work Repeat
2.00 PSHE Lifeschool A-Z
4.00 Italia 2,000 Repeat 29698 4.30
Defeating Disease Repeat 36308 5.00 Pathways to Care 30281 5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 Climates of Opinion Global Warming Repeat 5084308 6.50 Environment The
Heat Is On Repeat
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