With Signing. Stereo ........................
From Clothes Show Live.
Shown last Friday on BBC1 Stereo Subtitled.
Repeated at 1pm Repeat .......................
Day of Disaster. Lassie rescues a kitten after an earthquake. Repeat
The series on stress and its manifestations concludes with a look at people who harm themselves deliberately................
How JMW Turner's fascination with Switzerland resulted in some of the English painter's greatest landscapes
Project Zero. A group of scientists is duped by crooks into buildinganuclearfission gun. Written by Tony Williamson Repeat The next episode is on Wednesday at 10.25am
The Big Man Hunt. Bilko is collecting stake money for the poker Olympics when two suspicious characters start asking questions. Black and white Repeat
Flash seeks the help of the Tree Men of Mars. Blackandwhite Repeat..............
Oriental dishes. Repeat Stereo Subtitled.
Business news. Stereo...................
Comedy starring MyrnaLoy
A magazine editor invents a fictitious husband to protect her job, but an admirer undermines her scheme.
Director RobertZ Leonard (1940)
Blackandwhite + See Films: pages 61-68 **
Pathe News from 1956.
Repeated tomorrow 5.40pm Blackandwhite
Regional News and Weather
Through Animal Eyes. What does the world look like through the eyes of animals? Narrated by Andrew Sachs.
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis.
Fem Britton 's cookery challenge. Stereo.
Esther Rantzen hosts a discussion on whethergood looks are an advantage or a disadvantage in society. Stereo.............
Today's guest on the antiques game show is fashion designer David Emanuel. Director John Frame ; Producer Clare Sillery
Re-run of the science-fiction police series. The Snake. Patrick Brogan and Jack Haldane track an extortionist. Lieutenant Patrick Brogan
TED SHACKELFORD. Officer Jack Haldane ROB YOUNGBLOOD. Officer Jane
Castle SIMONE BENDIX, Sally Brogan NANCY PAUL Written by J Larry Carroll and David Bennett Carren Director John Glen
Showcase screenings from the children's camcorder series.
Producer Christopher Morris ; Executive producer
Eric Rowan Revised repeat
The series documenting the First World War through the words of those who lived through the conflict.
By the start of 1917, the strain of war was affecting people on the battle and home fronts. Soldiers were being sent home with shell shock, half the French army mutinied, and in Russia, the nation exploded under the Bolshevik revolution. Narrated by Judi Dench.
Black and white Stereo
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Child Soldiers. Recent figures show that children as young as seven are fighting in 32 armed conflicts around the world. Actress Meryl Streep describes the tasks these young children are havingto perform.
Repeated at 11.45pm Stereo................
Molecules with Sunglasses
The discovery of a third form of carbon has led to a Nobel
Prize for a British chemist and his colleagues. Horizon charts the work, which could lead to new engineering and manufacturingdevelopments. See today's choices.
Producer/Series editor John Lynch
Highlights from recent Gardeners' World programmes. Organic gardening with Bob Flowerdew and the late Geoff Hamilton.
Executive producerTony Laryea
Drama, the second of three Monday night films in a Wicked Women season on the theme of women and power.
Starring Louise Atkins, Cathy Purcell
After the death of her father, 14-year-old Gail is abused at school by a gang of girls. See today's choices.
Written by Philomena McDonagh
She's gonna get you: see page 25
Powerful performances from two unknown young actresses - Louise Atkins and Cathy Purcell - make this drama about the unpalatable subject of bullying compulsive viewing.
Atkins plays the terrifying Glenn, the leader of an all-girl gang, whose alcoholic father doesn't care about her and whose foul-mouthed mother is virtually a prostitute. Purcell is Gail, naive and grieving for her dead father, making her the ideal target for the gang's verbal and physical abuse. Most frightening, yet unsurprising, is that even the adults are powerless to control the bullies.
It is a raw and realistic film - the characters constantly swear and there are scenes of sex and violence - but it is a subject that needs airing.
Coverage of the draw from Lancaster Gate, introduced by Ray Stubbs. Producer Vivien Kent : Editor Niall Sloane
MATCH OFTHE DAY-THE MAGAZINE: on sale every Thursday, price fl.00, from newsagents.
Followed by Human Rights, Human Wrongs
A victim speaks out on tonight's theme.
With Peter Snow. Subtitled ...........
Two people discuss opposing points of view. Tonight a 62-year-old woman confronts a doctorfrom a hospital that refused herfertility treatment.
Series producer Debbie Christie
Shown at 7.50pm
Political Chat Show. Stereo ............
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12.30 Women Artists Feminist
Strategies 27584 1.00 Managing
Schools Partnership or Going It Alone? Subtitled 64132 1.30 Managing in Organisations Diagrams
2.00 Living Islam; Faith to Faith
4.00 Italia 2000 99403 4.30 Defeating Disease Repeat 89497 5.00 Pathways to Care LearningTheme 17 Repeat
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Repeat
6.00 Women, Children and Work
3157768 6.50 Working Mothers
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