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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo ....

: Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels

Cartoon double bill. (Repeat)

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine. Shown last Friday on BBC1. (Stereo)

: Pingu

Animated penguin stories. Repeated at 2pm. (Repeat)

: Hairy Jeremy

Everyday adventures of a hairy Neolithic creature. Repeated at 2.05pm. (Repeat) (Stereo)

: Lassie: Run to Nowhere: Part 2

A search party looks for the missing Joey Greer. (Repeat)

: Daytime on Two

Note: repeats are not indicated.

9.00 TV6: On the Road (ages 15-19)

9.30 Pathways of Belief: Judaism (ages 7-9) (Stereo)

9.45 Technology Starters (ages 9-12)

: Playdays

The Playbus halts at the Why Bird Stop. (Stereo)

: Daytime on Two

10.30 Landmarks: The River Severn (ages 9-12) With subtitles.

10.50 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
Written by Christopher and Christine Russell.

11.10 Zig Zag (ages 7-9)

11.30 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) 3892

12.00 Testament: the Bible in Animation: Elijah
written by Murray Watts.

(ages 7-13) (Stereo)

Contributors

Writer ("Look and Read"): Christopher Russell
Writer ("Look and Read"): Christine Russell
Writer ("Testament"): Murray Watts

: Working Lunch

Business and consumernews. stereo.

: Daytime on Two

1.00 History File (ages 11-14) 15613279

1.20 German Globo (ages 11-12) (Stereo) 98280705

1.25 Landmarks (ages 9-12) (Stereo) (Subtitled) 15692786

1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5)

: Pingu

Shown at 8.20am.

: Hairy Jeremy

Shown at 8.25am. (Stereo)

: Lucky Partners

Comedy starring Ginger Rogers
Ronald Colman
When a handsome strangerwishes
Jean Newton good luck, she decides to buy a sweepstake ticket with him on a hunch. But Jean soon finds she's taking chance on romance as well as good fortune. Director Lewis Milestone (1940)
Black and white..... * See Films: pages 48-52 ***
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Ginger Rogers
Unknown: Ronald Colman
Unknown: Jean Newton
Director: Lewis Milestone

: Today'sthe Day

Nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Fern Britton 's cookery challenge.

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton

: Esther

Esther Rantzen talks to people who have been wrongly accused of crimes. Paddy Joe Hill , one of the Birmingham Six, talks about how his life was ruined after spending 16 years in prison.

Contributors

Talks: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Paddy Joe Hill

: Going Going Gone

The antiques game show in which amateur collectors take on a celebrity panel, with resident expert
Eric Knowles. The guest is actress Julie Peasgood. Presented byAndyCraig.
Director John Frame ; ProducerClareSillery

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Knowles.
Unknown: Julie Peasgood.
Director: John Frame

: Space Precinct

Continuing a rerun of Gerry Anderson 's science-fiction police series.
Illegal. A crooked fight promoter uses drugs to turn afrightened illegal immigrant into a ruthless predator.
Written by Marc Scott Zicree ; Director John Glen
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Gerry Anderson
Written By: Marc Scott Zicree
Director: John Glen
Lieutenant Patrick Brogan: Ted Shackelford
Officer Jack Haldane: Rob Youngblood
Officer Jane Castle: Simone Bendix
Sally Brogan: Nancy Paul
Matt: Nic Klein
Liz: Megan Olive
Podly: Jerome Willis
Romek: Lou Hirsch
Orrin: Richard James
Took: Mary Woodvine
Fredo: David Quilter
Tildon: Tony Haygarth

: As Seen on TV

The showcase screenings from the children's camcorder series are My Dead Fish by a nine-year-old from Oxford; Minibeasts bytwo eight-year-olds from Leeds; and The Vet by a nine-year-old from Edinburgh.
Producer Christopher Morris ; Executive producer
Eric Rowan Revised repeat Stereo .......

Contributors

Producer: Christopher Morris
Producer: Eric Rowan

: People's Century

1997: Fast Forward. After the fall of communism, the pace of change accelerated and newtensions and dangers emerged. Last in the series. Shown yesterday at 10.35pm on BBC1
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

: Jeremy Clarkson's Motorworld

With a population of little more than a quarter of a million, Iceland has no traffic jams on its few proper roads. But its inhabitants spend thousands on snowmobiles and on transforming vans into four-wheel-drive vehicles able to cope with snowstorms and glaciers. Jeremy Clarkson investigates.
Repeat
Stereo

Contributors

Director: Dennis Jarvis

: Ray Mears's World of Survival: The Arctic

Tracks presenter Ray Mears makes himself at home in six of the most inhospitable places on earth and discovers how the indigenous people have survived.
Mears takes on the Arctic, which is twice as cold as the average freezer, and learns survival techniques from the Inuit. See today's choices.

Contributors

Presenter: Ray Mears
Producer: Kathryn Moore

: The Only Way Out

Thriller starring
John Ritter , Henry Winkler
Architect Jeremy Carlisle is undergoinga "civilised" divorce from his wife when she introduces him to her new boyfriend, Tony, a charming graduate student. But Tony is also a possessive sociopath and soon
Jeremy's life isturned upside down.
Director Rod Hardy (1993)
* See Films: pages 48-52 **
Fo I lowed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: John Ritter
Unknown: Henry Winkler
Unknown: Jeremy Carlisle
Director: Rod Hardy
Jeremy Carlisle: John Ritter
Tony: Henry Winkler
Lynn Carlisle: Stephanie Faracy
Susannah: Julianne Phillips
Edward: Sam Mancuso
Mike Doyle: Matthew Walker
Alexandra: Jewel Staite
Brock: Jerry Wasserman
Jenny: Caitlin Turner
Robert: Erik Akai
Anne: Louise Vallance

: Newsnight

Discussion and analysis of the day's news and events. With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Unknown: Kirsty Wark.

: The Net

The last edition in the series takes a look at creation. American biologist Tom Ray explains how he believes evolution can be reproduced electronically and talks about his plans to release digital creatures across the internet to breed in people's computers. In the run-up to the general election the programme examines the growth of electronic democracy and it looks at the security threat of new spy satellites that could make surveillance pictures available across the net. With Benjamin Woolley and Fenella George.
Series editor Andrew Chitty
Website: [web address removed]
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Series editor: Andrew Chitty

: The Midnight Hour

Political chatshow, presented by Bernard Ingham. FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page

Contributors

Presented By: Bernard Ingham.

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30 A Tale of Two Capitals: Paris and Rome (Repeat) 35767

1.30 Modern Art: Manet (Repeat)

Nightschool TV
2.00 Modern Languages: Lernexpress (Series 1)

BBC Focus
4.00 Italia 2000: Mondo e Mercato del Lavoro (Repeat) 42545

4.30 Science Master Classes: Development of Flight in Birds and Aeroplanes (Repeat)

5.00 Science Master Classes: Bernal and the Social Function of Science (Repeat)

5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 47 (Repeat)

Open University
6.00 Siena Cathedral (Repeat)

6.50 An Historian at Work: writing a work. (Repeat)
Free Learning Zone Guide: call [number removed]








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