More stories and fun for preschool children. Repeat Stereo ..
Household junk is turned into something special. Repeat Stereo ..
Kenneth Williams reads The Dribblesome Teapots by Norman Hunter. Repeat
Cartoon about an immortal hero. Repeat
Of an arachnid. Repeat
Cartoon about an ancient mask.
Comedy drama. Julie suspects that her aunt is in dangerfrom a fortune hunter. Repeat Stereo
The series from 1988.
Mr Bronson gets his revenge on Mauler.
Wntten by Sarah Daniels Repeat Subtitled .
Harmony wishes for a holiday and money to help her parents. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Children's camcorder show. today from Basingstoke, Hampshire. Including a film made by a green-fingered
12-year-old. Last in series, stereo. Items from previous series can be seen Monday. 6.45pm
Celebrity quiz show. The guests are Live and Kicking's Zo6 Ball, football agent Eric Hall. Ballykissangel actress Dervla Kirwan and Catchphrase host Roy Walker.
Shown last Friday Stereo
Magazine show featuring showbiz scandal. pop gossip and football chat. Introduced by Donna McPhail.
Lisa becomes obsessed with one of her teachers.
Shown yesterday at 5.30pm on BBC1
Analysis of political events in the South.
Presented by Bruce Parker.
Coverage of the European Cross-Country championships from Charleroi in Belgium. The races aim to find the best cross-country runners in the senior men's and women's events in Europe, and the strong British teams will be seeking to improve on the third positions gained in last year's men's individual and team competitions. Commentary by Stuart Storey and Brendan Foster.
Wales v South Africa
An extended programme featuring live international action as Wales take on world champions South Africa at the National
Stadium in Cardiff, kickoff 3pm. Presented by John Inverdale. with commentary by Huw Llywelyn Davies and JJ Williams. Plus highlights from yesterday's matches with England and Argentina at Twickenham. and Scotland and Italy in Edinburgh.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo
The snow show returns for its 20th season and 200th programme.
Julian Tutt and Hazel Irvine present high-speed action from Val-d'lsere, where the men's downhill has been taking place, the traditional European opening event in the French Alps.
Producer Paul Davies ; Executive producer Jim Reside
Continuing the series exploring the origins of the wildlife and civilisations of the Caribbean and Central America.
Hunters of the Caribbean Sea. The
Taino were the most mysterious people in the region. Their culture grew in isolation on the tropical Caribbean islands, after they migrated there from South America.
Theywere a peaceful and spiritual people who hunted manatee and fed off the riches of coral reefs. They called on theirgods to help control the universe, and the unique wildlife of the region - dazzling hummingbirds and parrots, colourful reef fishes, huge marine turtles, sinister snakes and flying frogs -had a special significance forthem. The Taino were also the race who greeted Columbus. Yet within 50 years of his arrival they, and their way of life, had been destroyed by slavery. Series producer Paul Reddish
Cathexis. Chakotay and Tuvok both come backfrom a mission injured. The crew return to the black nebula where they were hurt, hopingto find the cause.
Repeat Stereo Star Trek: the Next Generation. Wednesday at 6pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Lt Tom Paris:
Continuing the series investigating the history of American art and architecture.
Robert Hughes focuses on America between the Wall Street Crash of 1929 and the eve of the Second World War, an age of streamlined design and skyscrapers.
Failed capitalism inspired some painters to create images of doomed cities, while others searched for "American values" in a nostalgic vision of the Midwest. In other circles, Americanism became a byword for all things culturally new and progressive.
Art deco symbolised a nation struggling out of depression and into prosperity. As Europe became embroiled in war in 1939, America was developing a Utopian vision of the future, but then came the bombing of Pearl Harbour.
See John Peel: page 10
Important stories from the world of business and work. Presented by Donald MacCormick.
EditorDiarmuidJeffreys Stereo Subtitled .
David Lean's Oscar-winning epic, beginning the Affairs to Remember season of films featuring great screen romances.
Starring Omar Sharif, Julie Christie
Doctor and poet Yuri Zhivago is brought up in the family of Alexander Gromeko, whose daughter Tonya he marries. But his true love is the beautiful Lara, the mistress of a political opportunist. Then the outbreak of the Great War and the Revolution in Moscow disrupt their romance.
(Showing in widescreen format) (1965, PG)
See Films: pages 59-68 *****
Adventure, based on a true story, starring Ed Harris
In the 1850s, William Walker and a small band of mercenaries named the Immortals invade Nicaragua.
Director Alex Cox (1987, 18) .... * See Films: pages 59-68 **
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