With signing. Stereo ........................
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Noddy tries to earn money.
Repeated at 1.05pm Repeat Stereo .......
Repeatedatlpm Repeat .......................
The parliamentary update. Stereo .
Tips on how to avoid stress when buying and selling house
Documentary about shortlisted applicants training to become the first Canadian astronauts in space. Repeat
The Playbus stops at
Bodiam Castle, East Sussex,
Home Is the Hunted. Kimble returns home, anxious about his father's health.
Blackandwhite Repeat Subtitled ...........
Joan threatens to leave the army when Bilko forgets Valentine's Day.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Rash is captured by the evil Emperor Ming. Blackandwhite Repeat
The Call of Coll. A look at efforts to protect the unusual bird the corncrake on the Inner
Hebridean island Coll. Stereo .............
Business and consumer news. Stereo .
Dean Martin , Jerry Lewis
Aftertheir discharge from the army, two men decide to join the circus.
Director Joseph Pevney (1954)........................... * See Films: pages 61-68 **
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's guest is veteran television interviewer Barbara Walters.
Galileo at Jupiter. Professor Garry Hunt joins Patrick Moore to discuss the latest findings of the spacecraft Galileo, which is now orbiting the giant planet Jupiter and surveying its four very different satellite worlds, the Galileans. Two of them are cratered, one is highly volcanic and one has an icy surface which could conceal an ocean.
Shown on Sunday at 12.30am on BBC1
Continuingthe science-fiction series. Civil Defence. Whileworkingin Deep Space Nine's ore processing plant. Chief O'Brien and Jake Sisko accidentally trigger an automated
Cardassian security system, trapping them and Commander Benjamin Sisko in a room. The computer begins a relentless countdown to self-destruction and no one has the access code to abort the programme.
Cdr Benjamin Sisko:
Major Kira Nerys:
Dr Julian Bashir:
Lt Jadzia Dax:
The penultimate part of the series of short programmes on human rights.
Forced evictions are driving millions of people from their homes all over the world every year, and it is estimated that there are now up to one billion homeless. As the Nigerian writer and Nobel Prize winner Wole Soyinka explains, they live in terrible conditions - on the streets, down sewers and even in cages.
Repeated at 10.20pm
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Placido Domingo and a host of operatic stars celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first performance given by the Covent Garden Opera Company in a special live concert introduced by James Naughtie from London's Royal Opera House.
The event also marks the silver jubilee of Domingo's debut performance at the same venue.
The world-renowned tenor is joined for the occasion by sopranos Angela Gheorghiu, Galina Gorchakova and Leontina Vaduva, mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, tenor Roberto Alagna, and baritones Dwayne Croft and James Morris. Among the composers represented in a programme of operatic highlights are Verdi, Gounod, Massenet and Charpentier. The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House is conducted by Edward Downes.
See today's choices. Director Kriss Rusmanis ; Executive producer
Peter Maniura Stereo
The first of two documentaries marking the 25th anniversary of Bangladesh becoming independent.
How the East Was Won. I n December
1971, after a nine-month civil war, East Pakistan separated from West and became the new nation of Bangladesh. This programme, narrated by Lisa Aziz , looks at how independence was achieved, and explores the nature of modern Bangladesh. Amongthose interviewed are Prime Minister Sheikh
Hasina and British journalist
Simon Dring. The second part is next Thursday. Producer John Das ; Executive producer
MikeFinlason Stereo Subtitled ...........
Shown at6. 45pm
Followed by Human Rights, Human Wrongs
Tony Parsons , Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson talk to Mark Lawson about their cultural highlights ofthe year. Series producer Mary Sackville West
Editor Michael Poole
Followed by Weatherview
12.30 Women in Television Takingthe Credit Repeat 86619 1.00 Strategy on the Screen Repeat Stereo 70936 1.30 The Film Joyride Repeat
2.00 The Long Search 330 Million Gods; The Long Search Protestant Spirit USA; Faith to Faith Stories of Marriage
Business and Work
4.00Winning Creating Customers; Winning Networking
5.00 The Small Business Programme
Repeat; 20 Steps to Better Management -the Drama Repeat
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6.00 Rural India - a Vulnerable Life
Repeat 7660042 6.25 Developing World The Cutting Edge of Progress Repeat 7752077 6.50 The DevelopingWorld Lessons from Kerala Repeat
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