With Signing. Stereo ........................
Shown yesterday 5.10pm on BBC1
Repeated at 1.05pm Repeat
The first of a seven-part series on modern life considers planning weddings.
An examination of the creation of New
Zealand's LakeTampo. Repeat .....
The Girl from Little Egypt. Richard Kimble is run over by a distraught air stewardess.
Black and white Repeat The next episode is on Thursday at 10.25am
Bilko thinks he has a brilliant plan.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Flash learns the secret of Queen Azura's magic. Blackandwhite Repeat
With signing and subtitles.
Shown on Sunday at 10.15am on SBCl Stereo .
Business and consumer news. stereo.
Shown at8.15am ................................
Local Heroes. Natural history series, today on bottlenose dolphins,
Oxford University v Cambridge University Live coverage from Twickenham of the Varsity Match forthe Bowring Bowl, one of the oldest sporting fixtures, Introduced by Steve Rider. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith and Damian Hopley.
As rugby coverage is live, the following programme may be dropped
Christmas microwave meals. Repeat
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis. Stereo..
Highlighting the work of celebrity activists.
Pathe News headlines from 1956.
Shown yesterday. 2.50pm Blackand white.
Cardinal Hume appeals on behalf of the organisation Providence Row.
Producer Jill Dawson Shown on Sunday at 5.05pm onBBCl Stereo
72 Hours. Will and Carlton find they are in trouble when a bet struck between them goes too far. Repeat Stereo...
The pressure of exams takes its toll on the students. Charlie resorts to artificial stimulants to stay awake, Declan's time is taken up with caring for his sick mother, and Bolton buys a stolen history paper. Stereo
Animated capers. ........................................
Prisons. Despite the international agreements and covenants signed by governments, prisoners around the world are being humiliated, tortured and starved to death. On International
Human Rights Day, Harry Wu, a Chinese dissident who spent 19 years in labour camps, describes conditions in some of the world's worst prisons.
Repeated at 11.45pm
MurmuringJudges. Does society's view of judges - elderly and out of touch - bear any relation to reality? David Rose goes behind the scenes of the country's courts to discover whatjudges are really like. High Court and circuitjudges talk about the world they inhabit, from how they arrive attheir decisions on the length of sentences to considerations of howtheir hobbies may compromise the dignity of their office.
Senes producer Emily Smyth ; Editor Mark Wakefield
The all-female team from Newnham
College, Cambridge, face last year's runners-up, the London School of Economics, for a second-round place.
Jeremy Paxman is the question master. Director Chris Power : Producer Peter Gwyn
Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke take their tandem to the Douro Valley in Portugal, where they visit port producers and, in the studio, recommend ports suitable for Christmas. Michael Barry helps another viewer with a festive problem and the show visits Rick Stein for some fish dishes. With Chris Kelly.
Producer Moyra Rose : Series producer Tim Hincks
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Comedy drama starring Dawn French Dead on Time. The Grim Reaperfaces an existence of infinite agony unless she can rescue her failing reputation.
Written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman : Director
Ferdinand Fairfax; Producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise
Honda's Prelude coupe has been criticised for having conservative styling. Jeremy Clarkson test-drives the latest version to see if its performance outshines its appearance. AndyWilman reports from Tokyo, where inhabitants of the densely populated city are visiting an off-road arena to emulate the pleasures of a spin in the countryside. Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Mark Lamarr poses the questions for teams captained by comedians
Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus in the pop-quiz series. The guest panellists are solo stars Nick Heyward and Marcella Detroit. Executive producer Peter Fincham
Followed by Human Rights, Human Wrongs
Loaded journalist Jon Wilde and secretary of the National Viewers' and Listeners' Association John Beyer argue aboutthe effects of bad language. series producer Debbie Christie Stereo....
Shown at 7.20pm
The political chat show.
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12.30 Women's Studies 93904 1.00
FourTowns and a Circus 34324 1.30
Learning about Leadership
2.00 Living Islam; Faith to Faith
4.00 Teaching and Learningwith IT Repeat 69695 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom Repeat 55817 5.00
Inside Europe Repeat 90492 5.30 Film Education Repeat
6.00 The Politics of Equal Opportunity Subtitled 3117140 6.50 Women in Science and Technology
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