With Signing. Stereo ........................
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBCl
Repeated at 1.05pm Repeat Stereo .......
Repeatedatlpm Repeat ........................
The parliamentary update. Stereo .
A look at the effects of panic attacks on sufferers and their families
A visit to a school in Pang La, north
Thailand, where elephants learn howto transport valuable timber. Repeat .
Peggy and herfriends visit
Rye Harbourto look at boats,
Terror at High Point. Richard Kimble tries to help a young roadworker.
Black and white Repeat
Bilko enters the colonel into a services golf tournament.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Flash and DrZarkov battle fortheir lives in Space. Blackandwhite Repeat
Ken Horn cooks for some hungry nurses and makes a fish curry for actress
June Whitfield. Repeat Stereo
Business and consumer news. Stereo.
Wartime drama starring
Dirk Bogarde , Marius Goring
Crete, 1944: two British officers, with the help of local patriots, plan to kidnap a leading German officer.
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger(1956) Blackandwhite + See Films: pages 69-76
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in Parliament. Stereo
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis , Stereo..
Fern Britton 's cookery challenge. Stereo .
Oprah Winfrey looks at spoof commercials sent in by viewers and gives tips on achievingfame. Stereo
Prue Leith and Caroline Waldegrave show howto cook cheaper cuts of meat. Postponed from 5 November....................
A look around Chris and Margaret Jones ' garden in Sutton Coalfield. Repeat.605747
The Abandoned. Quark's nefarious dealings bring a new-born infant on to Deep Space Nine, but the child rapidly grows into a violent adolescent warrior.
It's a Wonderful Leap. Sam becomes
New York cab driver Max and runs over a woman, who turns out to be his guardian angel. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .......
From her Elizabethan manor house in the heart of Sussex, TV sitcom writer Carla Lane campaigns passionately against animal cruelty. But some local farmers, who eitherwork in the livestock trade or enjoy shooting and hunting, vigorously oppose her vision for rural Britain. Tonight's programme follows the very different lifestyles of these equally determined neighbours.
Producer Peter Pitt Stereo...........................
As South at 7.30pm.
Series editor Alison Rooper .......................... A phone-in follows immediately afterthe programme on BBC Radios Kent, Thames Valley FM and GLR. If you would like to take part, call (0171) [number removed].
REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
The Billion Dollar Hole
Thirty years ago, Mayor Richard J Daley conceived a masterplan to breathe new life into the heart of Chicago. The redevelopment of Block 37 -three acres of land in the city's bustling commercial district-would be thejewel in its crown. But todaythe area lies derelict. The Works investigates.
Director Philip Smith ; Series editor Michael Poole
Mayor Richard J
Jeremy Clarkson tests the latest sports roadster, the Mercedes SLK, and Steve Berry drives the SSC, an experimental carfull of gadgets including radar.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Lonely Dick. When DrAlbrightgoeson leave, Dickislefttowonderjealously how Sally, Tommy and Harry have all managed to make friends.
Dick Solomon JOHN LITHGOW, Sally Solomon
KRISTEN JOHNSTON , Harry Solomon FRENCH
STEWART, Tommy Solomon JOSEPH GORDON-LEVITT. Dr Mary Albright JANE CURTIN, Nina SIMBI KHALI
Followed by TheXPhiles Fans of The X Files talk about the series, which continues on Wednesdays on BBC1.
Concluding the documentary series in which neurologist Oliver Sacks takes a journey through the brain.
Don't Be Shy Mr Sacks. Eight-year-old Heidi Comfort is unable to read or write her name and will probably never lead an independent life, yet she has an enchanced gift for human relationships. Oliver Sacks looks into William's syndrome, a condition that produces a bizarre mix of neurological and physical symptoms, and which sheds new light on the genetic base of personality and the brain's organisation.
Series producer/director Chris Rawlence
Woe to the Hunter. Writer GF Newman makes his directorial debut with this short film about a farmer confrontingthe violence within himself as he prepares for a day's shooting. Starring Philip Jackson. Contains scenes of slaughter. ProducerGavin MacFadyen
Series producer Jeremy Howe
With PeterSnow. subtitled ...........
Tony Parsons , Allison Pearson and Howard Jacobsonjoin host Mark Lawson to talk aboutthe week's cultural highlights. Series producer Mary Sackville West
Editor Michael Poole
Political Chat Show. Stereo ..............
12.30 Persisting Dreams
1.30 English Whose English?
2.00 In Search of the Dead
4.00 Now You' re Talking; Bon Mot
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme (Repeat); 20 Steps to Better Management - the Drama (Repeat )
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6.00 Humanity and the Scaffold
6.25 Classical Sculpture and the Enlightenment
6.50 Citizens of the World - the Navy in 18th-century Britain.
Free Learning Zone guide: call [number removed]