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: See Hear Breakfast News

With Signing.

: Moomin

Animated stories from
Moomin Valley. Repeat ..............

: Activ8

Sports and activities series, tod ay featuring fencing, potholing, Formula 1 and goalball.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

: Christopher Crocodile

Rain threatens to ruin Muddytown's garden party. Repeat ...............................

: Johnson and Friends

When Michael falls asleep his toys come to life.
Repeat Stereo ...............................

: The Record

Parliamentary update. Stereo ....

: Cartoon

Animated antics. Repeat

: The Phil Silvers Show: Bilko Goes to College

Classic comedy with Sergeant Bilko.

An assignment to teach motor-pool techniques turns into a lesson in deception after Bilko places a 1000-1 bet with a local gangster.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

: Great Mysteries and Myths of the 20th Century

Anastasia Mystery. Did the Grand
Duchess Anastasia survive the bloody slaughter of the Romanov family in to re-emerge as the enigmatic
Anna Anderson , or was Anderson the greatest imposterofthecentury?Narrated by Robert Powell.
Black and white/colour

Contributors

Unknown: Anastasia Mystery.
Unknown: Duchess Anastasia
Unknown: Anna Anderson
Unknown: Robert Powell.

: Teletubbies

Digging in the Sand
Laa-Laa and Po decide to share the scooter, and the animals go on the march through Teletubbyland. Stereo ...

: Cricket

Leicestershire v Yorkshire
Live coverage of today's NatWestTrophy second-round match, with commentary by Richie Benaud , David Gower ,
Geoffrey Boycott and Jack Bannister. Introduced by Tony Lewis.

Contributors

Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: David Gower
Commentary By: Geoffrey Boycott
Commentary By: Jack Bannister.
Introduced By: Tony Lewis.

: Working Lunch

Business news. Stereo .....

: Joshua Jones

Animation. Everyone has to chase afterTrojan after he is startled by a snake. Repeat

: Cricket and Golf

Cricket Further live coverage of Leicestershire v Yorkshire.
Golf Coverage from today's opening round in the Loch Lomond World
Invitational. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Stereo............................................

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.

: Westminster with Nick Ross

Nick Ross introduces live coverage of the day's business in Parliament.

Contributors

Introduces: Nick Ross

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Cricket and Golf

Cricket Live coverage from the second round at Grace Road between Leicestershire and Yorkshire.
Golf Further coverage of the Loch
Lomond World Invitational, as the first round draws to a close. Introduced by Steve Rider.

Contributors

Introduced By: Steve Rider.

: The Day That Changed My Life

The first of six programmes in which people recall an extraordinary experience that altered their world for ever.
Making Waves. Lesley Morris had always dreamt of being a Wren in the Royal Navy. She joined up when she was 17, but the dream soon turned sour.
She felt undermined, humiliated and sexually harassed, and on 28 February 1995 she tried to commit suicide. When she was subsequently discharged, she took the Navy to an industrial tribunal and was awarded damages for sexual discrimination. This programme explores her attempts to regain her dignity and self-esteem. Producer Jackie Osei-Tutu ; Executive producer Debbie Christie Colour/black andwhite Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Lesley Morris
Producer: Jackie Osei-Tutu
Producer: Debbie Christie

: One Foot in the Past

The heritage series returns with this first of nine programmes.
Tonight, former Defence Secretary Michael Portillo celebrates the charms of Wotton House in Buckinghamshire. Dan Cruickshank tracks down the panelled walls and contents of stately homes that are now languishing in museums around the country, and Kirsty Wark visits Highbury, the Arsenal FC stadium. See today's choices.
Editor Basil Comely Stereo ..... WEB SITE: [web address removed]
FACTSHEET: send an sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Portillo
Unknown: Kirsty Wark

: Wildlife Showcase

KingKoala
In the first of six wildlife programmes, scientist Steve Phillips looks at Arnie, the undisputed head of a koala group in Tweed Valley, New
South Wales, Australia, and his clan. A double life of relentless gum-chewing, aggressive stand-offs, baby-cuddling and rampant sex is revealed - and all at tree-top height. Narrated by Jonathan Coleman.
Series producer Paul Appleby

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Phillips
Unknown: Jonathan Coleman.
Producer: Paul Appleby

: Reputations

John Wayne : the Unquiet American
John Wayne was more than just America's most popular movie actor: his on-screen heroism came to stand for America itself.
Off-screen, his bravery in battling the cancerthat eventually killed him endorsed his heroic image. But why did this fervent supporter of the war in Vietnam avoid service in the Second World War, support the Hollywood blacklist and attack his country's civil rights movement? Among tonight's contributors are fellow actors
Charlton Heston and Maureen
O'Hara, director Oliver Stone and members of Wayne's immediate family.
Director James Kent ; Series editor
Janice Hadlow
* The last great western hero?: page 48

Contributors

Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: John Wayne
Unknown: Charlton Heston
Director: Oliver Stone
Director: James Kent
Editor: Janice Hadlow

: Steptoe and Son: The Lead Man Cometh

Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson.
Classic comedy from 1964.

Times are hard, and a stranger turns up with some cut-price lead.
(Black and white) (Repeat) (Subtitled)

Followed by UK Image
Another humorous film reflecting part of the British experience.

Contributors

Writer: Ray Galton
Writer: Alan Simpson
Producer: Duncan Wood

: Newsnight

With Huw Edwards.

Contributors

Unknown: Huw Edwards.

: Gaytime TV

The lesbian and gay entertainment show, with news, views, music and celebrities from around the world.
Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass report from Northern Ireland on one of the smallest
Pride celebrations in Europe, and they are joined in the studio by Erasure's Andy Bell and lesbian painter Sadie Lee. Executive producer Neil Crombie Series editor Frances Dickenson
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Rhona Cameron
Unknown: Richard Fairbrass
Unknown: Andy Bell
Unknown: Sadie Lee.
Producer: Neil Crombie
Editor: Frances Dickenson

: The Midnight Hour

The late-night political chat show. Presented by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Presenter: Andrew Neil

: The Learning Zone OPEN UNIVERSITY

12.30am Rockall
1.00 The Changing Shape of the North Sea
1.30 Polar Oceans
SUMMER NIGHTS
2.00 Great Outdoors Collections 3
Gardening from Scratch
BBCFOCUS
4.00 English Heritage Visitor Management Rpt 62855 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom Short
Stories Rpt 80132 5.00 Basic Skills What's the Problem? 60836 5.30 Voluntary Matters Involving People
OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Easingthe Pain
6.25 A Fish and Bird's Eye View 7112107 6.50-7.15am Seasonal
Affective Disorder
LEARNING ZONEGUIDE: [number removed]








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