With signing. Stereo ...................
Cartoon adventures. Repeat .....................
Shown last Friday BBC1 Stereo
Number four appears in Teletubbyland.
Shown last Friday
The Old Bigfoot. Harry brings home an old Bigfoot. Stereo ............................
Tree Men of Mars. Flash tries to enlistthe help of the Tree People in his battle against Ming and the evil Azura, Queen of Magic. Starring Buster Crabbe ,
Jean Rogers. Black and white Repeat........
Space adventure serial. Zog invites Rocky aboard his flying saucer. Starring
Kerry Fox. Blackandwhite Repeat
10.00 Teletubbies Dandelion Clocks
Po has a blowy time in Teletubbyland.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am
Adrian Chiles presents the daily roundup of consumer news and personal finance. Update at 1pm. CEEFAX: page
Diana Madill hosts live coverage from Brighton of the annual Trades Union Congress. Viewers can phone in their questions to leading union figures on TUC Online. Coverage continues at 2.10pm.
EditorCharlieCourtauld Stereo ............. TUC ONLINE: telephone [number removed].
Further news on consumer issues and all aspects of workplace developments.
Presented by Adrian Chiles
Daily magazine show offering advice on aspects of arts, crafts and interior design. Today it's the turn of silk painting and building a Wendy House.
Series producer Maggie Sutcliffe
Diana Madill introduces further coverage from Brighton, including the keynote address by General Secretary John Monks. More tomorrow at 11am.
Regional News and Weather
Cookery challenge show. Hosted by Fern Britton. Stereo...............................
Antiques gameshow, presented by Stuart Hall. With guests Tim Vincent and Francine Stock.
Esther Rantzen and guests discuss the stigma of illegitimate babies and meet women who gave upthose children for adoption. Stereo .........................
Quiz show about years gone by, hosted by Martyn Lewis. Stereo............................
Saga of a Star World (part 3)
After 1,000 years of war with the Cylons, the 12 colonies of man arefacingfinal defeat.
Highlights from the evening of programmes devoted to Star Trek. John Peel recalls the singing careers of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatnerwhile Alistair McGowan presents spoof sketches of the sci-fi series.
Producer John Riley : Director
Mike Wadding Stereo .............
Ice Falls. Two glacier-climbers dare to take on the frozen crevasses of Mont Blanc.
Producer Tony Rayner
Contemporary artists share their secrets and skills and how they were influenced by the masters in a six-part series following a piece of work from start to finish. Composition. London figurative artist Ray Richardson, who specialises in bold, strong pictures, tackles the problems of composition on a work whose shape - a long, narrow rectangle - presents several obstacles.
Producer Ian Duncan
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The first of a six-part series profiles the plane that, in September 1940, really won the Battle of Britain. The Hurricane, although slower than the more famous Spitfire, shot down more German planes than every other fighter and anti-aircraft gun combined. Its place in history has been neglected but former RAF pilots and historians testify to the invaluable role it played.
Fi Glover and Simon Caldertry out two contrasting singles holidays in Turkey, while Jim White and his family take the new high-speed ferry from
Harwich to the Hook of Holland.
Series producer Andrea Michell
This week four outgoing women living in Leeds use inflatable furniture and purple swirls to transform their homes.
Presented byCarol Smillie. Director Duncan Hess : Producer
An eight-part drama written by Tony Marchant that depicts the interaction between a diverse range of characters - including a bulimic restaurant critic and a highly strung tax inspector - in modern-day London. See today's choices
For rest of cast see Tuesday
See This Week: page 6
Then Video Nation Shorts
With Gavin Esler.
The Duet. Jonathan Miller and his students continue their mission to demystify opera with a look atthree duets, including scenes from Mozart's Marriage ofFigaroand Puccini's La Bohème. Director Patrick Uden
The animated series about the duck detective returns with the first of four ep'sodes this week. Married Alive. Bernice intends to leave Duckman.
12.30 The Spanish Chapel,
Florence Rpt Subtitled 69712 1.00 Brecht on Stage Rpt 66286 1.30 Jazz, Raga and Synthesizers
2.00 DiscoveringArt Collections 1
4.00 Italia 2000 Rpt 25002 4.30 Royal Institute Lecture 53354 5.30 RCN Nursing Update Unit 73 OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Hardwick Hall Rpt
6.25 Dimanche en Anjou 4981118 6.50-7.15am Image and Reality