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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo ....

: Children's BBC presents HOT

Teletubbies: Washing the Bus
The Teletubbies watch some children riding on a bus while it is being washed.
Shown last Friday (Stereo)

7.55 Postman Pat
Animation. Pat is troubled by the rain. (Repeat)

8.10 The Raccoons
Animated adventures. (Repeat)

8.35 To Me... to You
Action quiz game.
Shown last Friday on BBC1

9.05 Spiderman
The cartoon superhero. (Repeat)

9.35 Smart
Art series with advice and tips. (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

10.00 Moomin
Animation. (Repeat)

10.25 The Brollys
Animated tales of a boy and a thundercloud. (Repeat)

10.45 Teletubbies: Cafe Chocolate
The gang learn how to make drinking chocolate.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am (Repeat) (Stereo)

: Harry and the Hendersons

American comedy series about a family that adopts a friendly hairy monster.
Till Theft Do Us Part. George suspects Brett when the family fortune starts to vanish. Repeat Stereo ....

: Moon over Miami

Light-hearted US detective drama.
Cinderello. Gwen falls for a handsome thief. Billie and Tito are on stake-outduty. Repeat Stereo Subtitled 8 733

: Complete Guide to Life in the Twentieth Century

Experts offer advice for a stress-free weddingday. Repeat

: Cricket: Fourth Test

Further live coverage of the morning's Play between England and Australia at
Headingley.

: A-Z of Food

An occasional series on food. Today's topic is humble pie, or "umbles".
Repeat

: Beechgrove Garden - the Second Season

Continuing the series of gardening
Programmes, originally shown in BBC
Scotland. Lesley Watson plants an area of hot-coloured herbaceous plants, while the Hit Squad helpout rugby commentator Bill McLaren with his garden in Hawick.

Contributors

Unknown: Lesley Watson
Commentator: Bill McLaren

: Blockbusters

Word game, Stereo ...................

: The Natural History of an Men

The BBC's Natural History Unit challenges a team of scientists to design plausible alien life forms. Computers bring the results to life. Repeat Stereo

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Railway

Documentary showing how railway workers struggle to maintain the train service in all weathers. In the winter of 1991 the staff and public alike suffered from poor Planning and "the wrong kind of snow".
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Cricket Fourth Test

Live coverage, through to the close of Play, of the Fourth Test Match between England and Australia at Headingley.
Stereo..........................................

: The Duel at Silver Creek

Western starring
Audie Murphy
Faith Domergue
Claimjumping and murder are rife in SilverCity. Marshal
Lightning Tyrone takes on the Silver Kid as his deputy, much to the horror of the townsfolk, who believe he is a killer responsible for all the troubles.
Director Don Siegel (1952, U) Postponed from 11 July Subtitled .......... * See Films: pages 48-53 **

Contributors

Unknown: Audie Murphy
Director: Don Siegel
The Silver Kid: Audie Murphy
Opal Lacey: Faith Domergue
Lightning Tyrone: Stephen McNally
Dusty Fargo: Susan Cabot
Rod Lacey: Gerald Mohr
Johnny Sombrero: Eugene Iglesias
Tinhorn Burgess: Lee Marvin

: The Car's the Star

France's celebrated design icon, the Citroen DS, has been called "the most modern car ever" with the French themselves moved to call it the "goddess". Quentin Willson takes a spin in the car whose look shocked the world back in 1955 and meets some of the fans who have been captivated by it ever since. Director Phillip Thickett
Series producer Jon Bentley
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Quentin Willson
Director: Phillip Thickett
Producer: Jon Bentley

: Motormonth

The motoring magazine show returns with a profile of Swiss driver Alain Menu , the runaway leader in the British Touring Car championships and runner-up forthe last three years. Also, Mark Blundell presents his video diary from Toronto in the latest race of the Indycar series. Introduced by Steve Rider.
Producer Ken Burton ; Series producer
MarkWilkin

Contributors

Unknown: Alain Menu
Unknown: Mark Blundell
Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Producer: Ken Burton

: The Travel Show

This week Fi Glover and Simon Calder travel to Sweden' s capital Stockholm, where they explore the city's attractions by day and night. Jim White visits the Dominican Republic, where he checks in to one of the affordable all-inclusive resorts that have made this country the most popular Caribbean destination among Britons.
And, in You Pay, We Say. more brave travellers allowthe programme's experts to plan their holiday for them.
Series producer Andrea Michell

Contributors

Unknown: Fi Glover
Unknown: Simon Calder
Unknown: Jim White
Producer: Andrea Michell

: Changing Rooms

Carol Smillie returns with aneight-part series of the interior design challenge programme.
With only 48 hours and a strict £500 budget, two sets of neighbours swap houses to decorate a room in the others' abode, with the help of top designers. This week, bringing Feng Shui to Docklands and how gargoyles enhance a Gothic-style bedchamber. See today's choices. Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt Producer Pauline Doidge
* Everybody's doing it!: page 20

Contributors

Unknown: Carol Smillie
Director: Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Producer: Pauline Doidge

: All Mod Cons

A six-part series that charts how do-it-yourself has transformed interior design in Britain's homes during the last 50 years. Ever So Contemporary. I n the 1950s walls were knocked down, windows enlarged and open-plan living rooms built as an antidote to postwar gloom. The colour, light and space of this "contemporary look" changed the way that British people lived forever.
Director Hilary Clarke ; Series producer
Nicola Gooch

Contributors

Director: Hilary Clarke
Producer: Nicola Gooch

: Sykes

An episode from the seventies comedy series starring Eric Sykes. Window Smasher. Eric's neighbours are sufferingfrom a mysterious spate of window breakages. So why does the Sykes house remain immune? Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race Repeat Subtitled ....................
Followed by Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Sykes.
Written By: Eric Sykes

: Newsnight

Presented by Huw Edwards.

Contributors

Presented By: Huw Edwards.

: Cricket: Fourth Test

Highlights of the final day's play between England and Australia at Headingley. Introduced by Richie Benaud. stereo ....
Followed by Weatherview

: The Midnight Hour

Late-night topical talk show, presented by Bernard Ingham.
Editor Alexandra Henderson Stereo.

Contributors

Presented By: Bernard Ingham.
Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: The Learning Zone

OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30am Theory and Practice Rpt Stereo Subtitled 21558 1.00
Born into Two Cultures
1.30 The Museum of Modern Art
SUMMER NIGHTS
2.00 Remembering Collections 1 The Nineties
BBC FOCUS
4.00 Italia 2000 Rpt 74320 4.30 Royal Institution Discourse
35900 5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 72
OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 ElEscorial Palace,
Monastery and Mausoleum
7500368 6.25 The Magic Flute 7589875 6.50-7.15am Standby Your Banner!
LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: (0181)








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