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: Joe 90

Puppet series (Repeat)

: Playdays

What are Morris and Milly building? Repeat Stereo ...................

: Bitsa

Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby transform household junk into something special. Repeat Stereo .

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Pascoe
Unknown: Caitlin Easterby

: Jackanory Gold

Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Bernard Cribbins
Unknown: Joan Aiken.

: The littlest Pet Shop

Cartoon about some ingenious animals and the eccentric pet shop that sold them.

: The ltsy Bitsy Spider

Animated antics of an arachnid. Repeat

: The Mask

Cartoon about an ancient mask thatturns its owner into a superhero.Repeat Stereo

: Ship to Shore

Comedy drama. As the sports carnival gets underway, Babe takes Guido's place in the cross-country race. Repeat Stereo

: Grange Hill

The series from 1988.
Gonch's latest scheme runs into trouble. Why is Matthew so upset?
Written by David Angus Repeat Subtitled ..

Contributors

Written By: David Angus

: The Queen's Nose

MrParkerwishes that Grandma would turn into a toad.
Shown last Wednesday on BBCl

: As Seen on TV

Children'scamcorder show, this week from Greenwich in London. Including moving film in which 13-year-old Liz Lyons shares her feelings about the tragic death of her sister, Stereo .... Items from previous series can be seen monday. 6.45pm

Contributors

Unknown: Liz Lyons

: Shooting Stars

Celebrity quiz. The guests are television presenter Vanessa Feltz , weatherman
Fred Talbot , singer Louise Wener and Fast Show comedian Mark Williams.
Shown last Friday Stereo Subtitled ...........

Contributors

Presenter: Vanessa Feltz
Singer: Fred Talbot
Singer: Louise Wener
Unknown: Mark Williams.

: The Sunday Show

Magazine show hosted by Donna McPhail , with Paul Tonkinson 's football chat, Jenny Ross 's popgossip and Dennis Pennis up to no good in New York. Stereo .......

Contributors

Unknown: Donna McPhail
Unknown: Paul Tonkinson
Unknown: Jenny Ross
Unknown: Dennis Pennis

: The Simpsons: Bart the Daredevil

Bart tries to practise some death-defying skateboard stunts. Shown yesterday at 5.30pm on BBC1

Followed by Rocky Star
Spoof space adventure. Rocky is shot by the dastardly Zog.
(Black and white)

: South of Westminster

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

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Parker.

: Around Westminster

Political events as they affect the South
East. Presented by Jon Sopel. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Sopel.

: Snooker

Live coverage of the final of the 20th
UKChampionship.from the Guild Hall,
Preston. The first final was played in and since then Steve Davis has won the title six times and Stephen Hendryfour.
Hosted by David Vine , with commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds ,
John Spencer , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor. The evening session begins at 7.25pm.
Directors TrevorMorris. JohnWatts
Subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Stephen Hendryfour.
Unknown: David Vine
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds
Commentary By: John Spencer
Commentary By: John Virgo
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor.

: Rugby Special

Highlights from a busy weekend of international rugby, with England playing the New Zealand Barbarians, Wales facing the visiting Australians, and France takingon South Africa in Bordeaux. Presented by John Inverdale. EditorGerardLane

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale.

: Spirits of the Jaguar

A new four-part documentary series exploring the origins of the wildlife and ancient civilisations of the Caribbean and Central America. The Forgingofa New World. The Pacific
Ocean was the birthplace of the Caribbean islands. As they moved eastwards, they took on board animals. More islands fused togetherto create the Americas, a land mass which offered a home to a spectacular range of wildlife. See today's choices. Series producer Paul Reddish
# Kingdom of the jaguar: page 29

Contributors

Producer: Paul Reddish

: The Money Programme

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

Contributors

Presented By: Donald MacCormick.
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Snooker

Continuingthe live coverage of the final of the UK championship from the Guild Hall, Preston. Stephen Hendry began the competition seeking his third consecutive UK title and his fifth win overall. How has he fared and whose name will be on the trophy at the end of tonight's session? Presented by David Vine. Among the commentators is John Virgo , winnerofthe UKchampionship in 1979, plus Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Spencer and Dennis Taylor.
Subsequent programmes may change

Contributors

Unknown: . Stephen Hendry
Presented By: David Vine.
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Ray Edmonds
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Dennis Taylor.

: The Crow Road

Concluding the four-part adaptation of lain Banks's darkly humorous novel. Starring Joseph McFadden Bill Paterson , Peter Capaldi
Rory. Prentice discovers Rory's final, unbelievable secret about his family.
Written by Bryan Elsley ; Producer Bradley Adams Director Gavin Millar Shown last Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Joseph McFadden
Unknown: Bill Paterson
Unknown: Peter Capaldi
Written By: Bryan Elsley
Producer: Bradley Adams
Director: Gavin Millar
Prentice McHoan: Joseph McFadden
Kenneth McHoan: Bill Paterson
Rory McHoan: Peter Capaldi
Ashley Watt: Valerie Edmond
Fiona Urvill: Stella Gonet
Fergus Urvill: David Robb
Lewis McHoan: Dougray Scott
Janice: Patricia Kerrigan
Hamish McHoan: Paul Young
LachlanWatt: Alex Norton
Mary McHoan: Elizabeth Sinclair
Verity: Simone Bendix
Aunt Antonia: Claire Nielson
Helen Urvill: Jenny Ryan
Diana Urvill: Sarah Gudgeon
Mrs McSpadden: Irene Sunters
Dean Watt: Stephen McCole
Droid: Ian Bustard
Lizzie: Julie Austin
Gavin: Brian Alexander
Blawke: Robert James
Paxton-Marr: John Harding
Receptionist: Katy Hale

: Angel Baby

Drama starring
George Hamilton
Evangelist Paul Strand tours the southern American states preaching his fiery brand of religion. Then a young mute girl attends his prayer meeting and recovers the power of speech. Featuring Burt Reynolds in one of his first feature-length screen appearances.
Director Paul Wendkos (1961)
Black and white Subtitled .....................
* See Films: pages 69-76 ***
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: George Hamilton
Unknown: Evangelist Paul Strand
Unknown: Burt Reynolds
Director: Paul Wendkos
Paul Strand: George Hamilton
Sarah Strand: Mercedes McCambridge
Angel Baby: Salome Jens
Mollie Hays: Joan Blondell
Ben Hays: Henry Jones
Hoke Adams: Burt Reynolds
Sam Wilcox: Roger Clark
Otis Finch: Dudley Remus
Mrs Brooks: Victoria Adams
Farm girl: Barbara Biggart
Little boy: Davy Biladeau

: The Learning Zone

Believing
2.00 The Big Question (programmes 1-5) -well-known people talk about their beliefs and offer their philosophies on life; RE Collection Life and Death - exploring the big issues involved in matters of life and death: A-Z of Belief
Animal Spirituality - young people challenge and explore beliefs about animal rights.
Languages
4.00 Deutsch Plus (3-6)-television drama in German forbeginners.
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme - security and staff training: 20 Steps to Better Management-the Drama-John announces major changes at Redware, but getting rid of the dead wood is not an easy business.
FURTHER INFORMATION: call [number removed] (local rates)
Open University
6.00 The Al I-Electric Home - the development of domestic electricity in Britain andthe changes it brought about forwomeninthehome.
7099550 6.25 Technology The March of Aluminium -the transformation of aluminium from a precious metal at the end of the last century to a material in everyday use by the Second World War. 7018685 6.50 Wheels of Progress-the origins of the 20th-century's love affair with the motor car.
FREE LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: call (0181)








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