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: Joe 90

Puppet series. Repeat.

: Playdays

The children play musical
Statues. Repeat

: Bitsa

House hold junk is turned into something special. Repeat Stereo .

: Jackanory Gold

Penelope Keith reads
The Prince Who Hiccupped by Anthony Armstrong. Repeat


Unknown: Penelope Keith
Unknown: Anthony Armstrong.

: The Littlest Pet Shop

Cartoon about an eccentric pet shop.

: The Itsy Bitsy Spider

Animated antics of an arachnid. Repeat

: The Mask

Cartoon about an ancient mask. Repeat Stereo

: Ship to Shore

The annual sports carnival is announced.
Repeat Stereo

: Grange Hill

The series from 1988.
Tegs gets his revenge on Mauler McCaul. Tegs SEAN MAGUIRE , Mauler JOSHUA FENTON. Robbie JOHN ALFORD , Ziggy GEORGE CHRISTOPHER. Gonch JOHN MCMAHON. MatthewPAULADAMS
Written by David Angus Repeat Subtitled ..


Unknown: Mauler McCaul.
Unknown: Tegs Sean Maguire
Unknown: Mauler Joshua Fenton.
Unknown: Robbie John Alford
Unknown: Ziggy George Christopher.
Unknown: Gonch John McMahon.
Written By: David Angus

: The Queen's Nose

Six-part drama series. Harmony's pet mouse escapes. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1

: As Seen on TV

Children's camcorder programme.

: Shooting Stars

Guests are Father Ted's ArdalO'Hanlon, DJ Dave Lee Travis and TV presenters Anneka Rice and Carol Vorderman.
Shown last Friday Stereo Subtitled ............


Unknown: Dave Lee Travis
Presenters: Anneka Rice
Presenters: Carol Vorderman.

: The Sunday Show

Madcap magazine show featuring showbiz scandal, pop gossip and football chat.
Hosted by Donna McPhail.


Unknown: Donna McPhail.

: The Simpsons

Animated antics with the Simpson clan. There's No Disgrace Like Home. Homer decides that his family needs counselling. Shown yesterday at 5.30pm on BBC1
Followed by Rocky Star
Spoof space adventure. Black and white

: South of Westminster

Analysis of the week's political events in the South. With Bruce Parker. stereo.


Unknown: Bruce Parker.

: Around Westminster

Political events as they affect the South
East. Presented byJon Sopel. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

: Top Gear Rally Report

The survivors of yesterday's stages of the RAC Rally head back towards Chester.
Simon Taylor and Malcolm Wilson comment on their departure. John Leslie and Ivan Gaskell report on the rest of the action.
Continued atlO.10pm. stereo .........


Unknown: Simon Taylor
Unknown: Malcolm Wilson
Unknown: John Leslie
Unknown: Ivan Gaskell

: Snooker

Coverage of the third round of the UK Championshipfrom the Guild Hall, Preston. Introduced by David Vine.
Directors Mike Ward , David Wood Stereo .


Introduced By: David Vine.
Directors: Mike Ward
Directors: David Wood Stereo

: Rugby Special

Highlights from yesterday's internationals, presented byJohnlnverdale. England played their opening match of the season against Italy at Twickenham, and Ireland faced Australia at Lansdowne Road.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ......................


Editor: Gerard Lane Stereo

: Heading South

Cameras on both sides of the Atlantic capture spectacular flocks of swans, snow geese and cranes as they arrive at their wintering areas from their summer breeding grounds. Presented by Simon Kingatthe Welney Wildfowl Refuge in East Anglia and Chris Packham at the Bosque del Apache wildlife reserve in New Mexico, USA. See today's choices. Producer Sara Ford ; Series producer Robin Hellier
# Call of the south: page 38


Unknown: Chris Packham
Producer: Sara Ford
Producer: Robin Hellier

: Star Trek: Voyager

State of Flux. The crew respond to a distress call from a Kazon warship.
Star Trek: the Next Generation. Wednesday at 6pm


Captain Kathryn Janeway: Kate Mulgrew
Chakotay: Robert Beltran
BEIanna Torres: Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Kes: Jennifer Lien
Lt Tom Paris: Robert Duncan McNeill
The Doctor: Robert Picardo
Neelix: Ethan Phillips
Tuvok: Tim Russ
Harry Kim: Garrett Wang
Seska: Martha Hackett
Carey: Josh Clark

: American Visions

Continuingthe series that looks at America's historythrough its art.
The Gilded Age. Art historian and critic Robert Hughes charts the turbulent world of post-Civil War America until the turn of the century. The age of the railroad produced a dual culture, with paintings reflecting either nostalgia for lost innocence or confidence in the new industrial age. This era of flamboyant wealth produced genuinely American-style buildings, such as skyscrapers, but the wealthy often preferred to build mock-European mansions and collect vast quantities of European art. Director David Willcock ; Executive producer
Nicholas Rossiter


Unknown: Robert Hughes
Director: David Willcock
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter

: The Money Programme

Important stories from the world of business and work. Presented by Donald MacCormick.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys


Presented By: Donald MacCormick.
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Coogan's Run

Another chance to see the last two parts of Steve Coogan's comedy series.

Natural Born Quizzers: Guy Crump and his half-brother Stuart are trivia buffs with a taste for kidnapping, arson and light-hearted quiz questions.

The Curator. Tim Fleck, curator of the world's most tedious museum, the Little Ottle Museum, is about to have his cosy life blown apart by a rival.

Repeat Stereo


Writer: Patrick Marber
Writer: David Tyler
Director: Geoff Posner
Director: Patrick Marber
Producer: Geoff Posner
Producer: David Tyler
Guy Crump: Steve Coogan
Tim Fleck: Steve Coogan
Stuart Crump: Patrick Marber
Claire Briggs: Rebecca Front
WPC Cathy Briggs: Rebecca Front
Fraser: Jim Carter
Jeremy Monkhead: Duncan Preston
Inspector Lynch: Malcolm Raeburn
Dr Phillips: Oliver Ford Davies
Mrs Fraser: Marian McLoughun
Sally Ordish: Rosie Cavaliero
Joke shop owner: Peter Waddington
Debs: Theresa Banham
Councillor Len Crabbe: Adrian Scarborough
Annette: Alison Steadman
Graham Lambert: John Thomson
Robin Moss: John Thomson
Alf: John Clegg
Maud: Debra Gillett
Dr Piper: Tom Mannion
Mum: Hilary Mason
Frances: Claire Skinner
Warren: Richard Claxton

: Top Gear Rally Report

John Leslie reports from Chester as the RAC Rally returns there at the end of day two. This year, Sunday's spectator stages have provided a partial respite forthe car crews, who are faced with a total of 250 miles of driving and the prospect of the slightest misjudgement leaving the car in a ditch or amongthe trees.
Tony Mason follows the progress of competitors around the country, finding out during the brief service halts how the leaders are faring. Mark James and Bob Constanduros report on the rest of the news in the event where Britain's club drivers rub shoulders with the world's best. Coverage conti n ues tomorrow at 9pm. Stereo..............


Unknown: John Leslie
Unknown: Tony Mason
Unknown: Mark James
Unknown: Bob Constanduros

: The Crow Road

Another chance to see the third in a four-part adaptation of lain Banks's novel. StarringJoseph McFadden Bill Paterson , Peter Capaldi
Fergus. There's another tragic death as the fatal jinx surrounding Prentice's family goes from bad to worse. His uncle Rory is still missing and his older brother has gone off with the lovely Verity.
Shown last Monday Stereo Subtitled .....


Unknown: Starringjoseph McFadden
Unknown: Bill Paterson
Unknown: Peter Capaldi

: Snooker

The UK Championship from the Guild Hall, Preston. David Vine introduces the finale oftwothird-round matches, each the best of 17 frames, Stereo ...........
Followed by Weatherview


Introduces: David Vine

: The Learning Zone

2.00 The Contenders - athletes share theirtraining secrets.
4.00 Introducing Deutsch Plus - an overview ofthe new series for beginners; Deutsch Plus 1 and 2 - television drama in German.
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme-finding a grant and health and safety; 20 Steps to Better Management-the Drama
FURTHER INFORMATION: call [number removed] (local rates)
Open University
6.00 Watering the Desert-exploring water management problems experienced in the USA. 5428748 6.50 The Chemistry of Creation - how chemistry helps to explain the world.

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