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: Teletubbies

A special Sunday edition of the pre-school comedy. Stereo.

: Spot

Animation. Repeat

: Jackanory Gold

Dawn French reads
Daisy Pig Keeps Shop by Margaret Robson. Repeat Stereo ...............

Contributors

Unknown: Margaret Robson.

: Bitsa

Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby are in Scotland.
Repeat Stereo ...............................

Contributors

Unknown: Simon Pascoe
Unknown: Caitlin Easterby

: The Animals of Farthing Wood

Animated woodland tales.
Repeat Stereo

: The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo

Fantasyanimation. Stereo .........

: Noah's Island

Polar bear adventures.
Shown last Monday on B8C1

: The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest

Animation. A new DNA-based computer system comes alive. Stereo .......

: Grange Hill

The series from 1990.
Miss Booth's appearance changes.
Written by Barry Purchese Repeat Subtitled.

Contributors

Written By: Barry Purchese

: Out of Tune

Tony goes beserk when ancient documents are found. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1

: Small World

Documentary series.
The Girl with Horsepower. A 14-year-old
Lappgirl crusades forthe return to horses rather than motorbikes for reindeer herding.

: Top Soore

Today an analysis of male duets in opera, with particular reference to Verdi's Don Carlos. Presented by JeremyGuscott.

Contributors

Unknown: Don Carlos.

: Singled Out

Datinggame show from America.

: The Sunday Show

The return ofthe live magazine that mixes showbiz scandal, popgossip and football craziness, and including Peter Kay 's look at the world of entertainment. With Jenny Ross and Paul Tonkinson.

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Kay
Unknown: Jenny Ross
Unknown: Paul Tonkinson.

: Countryfile

The final of this year's Radio Times/
Countryfile Photo 97 competition live from Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire. Five photographs have been chosen from over 9,000 entries with the winner to be selected by viewers, and there's also the announcement of the first winner of the Young Photographer category. The week's weather at 1.25pm. Your chance to vote for your favourite photograph: see page 31

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced from Wentworth by Steve Rider.
1.30 Golf Live coverage ofthe final ofthe World Match Play championship from Wentworth Golf Club, Surrey. South
African Ernie Els is back and aimingto extend his remarkable winning sequence for a fourth year. Other players include members of Europe's victorious Ryder Cupteam, including Ian Woosnam , Darren Clarke and Jesper Parnevik.
Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Mike Hughesdon , Beverley Lewis and Dougie Donnelly.
4.30 Cycling Coverage of the world championships from San Sebastian in Spain. Highlights of today's men's road race with Britain's Olympic bronze medallist Max Sciandri looking for another good performance. Also news of the time-trial events from earlier in the week. Commentary by Hugh Porter.
Television presentation (golf) John Shrewsbury and AlastairScott
Videoplus code for 1.30-5.25
1.30-4.30 (not PDC) ..........................
4.30-5.25 (not PDC) ........................

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Ian Woosnam
Unknown: Darren Clarke
Unknown: Jesper Parnevik.
Commentary By: Peter Alliss
Commentary By: Alex Hay
Commentary By: Dave Marr
Commentary By: Mike Hughesdon
Commentary By: Beverley Lewis
Commentary By: Dougie Donnelly.
Unknown: Max Sciandri
Commentary By: Hugh Porter.
Unknown: John Shrewsbury

: The Animal Zone

A new weekly strand in which Simon King introduces wildlife stories from around the world, linked by location reports, surprise stories and environmental issues. See today's choices. Editor Sara Ford
♦ Forty years of animal magnetism: page 21
5.25pm Watch Out A weekly guide to what's going on in the world of natural history. With
Chris Packham and Nick Baker.
Producer Graham Booth; Series producer MikeBeynon
5.40 Chimpanzee Diary The first episode of a monthly video diary byCharlotte Uhlenbroekthat follows a family of chimpanzees in Tanzania, including
39-year-old grandmother Fifi, the oldest, most respected female in the group and her latest infant, eight-month-old Fred. Series producer Robin Hellier
6.10 The Natural World
Africa's Forgotten Elephants Cynthia Moss , who has studied elephants in Kenya for 25 years, goes in search of the unknown elephants of Africa, which she discovers in the most unexpected places: in dense rainforests, on parched deserts, along sandy beaches and high up on icy mountain tops.
Producer Brian Leith ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale
Videoplus code for
5.25-7.00 (not PDC)

Contributors

Introduces: Simon King
Unknown: Chris Packham
Unknown: Nick Baker.
Producer: Robin Hellier
Unknown: Cynthia Moss
Producer: Brian Leith
Editor: Neil Nightingale

: Star Trek: Voyager

Flashback. Tuvok's attack of dizziness may be caused by a repressed childhood memory. Captain Kathryn Janeway
KATE MULGREW , Chakotay ROBERT BELTRAN. B'Elanna Torres ROXANN BIGGS-DAWSON , Kes
JENNIFER LIEN , LtTom Paris ROBERT DUNCAN MCNEILL , The Doctor
ROBERT PICARDO , Neelix ETHAN PHILLIPS , Tuvok TIM RUSS. Harry Kim GARRETT WANG. Captain Hikaru Sulu GEORGETAKEI
Star Trek: the Next Generation Wed 6pm

Contributors

Unknown: Kate Mulgrew
Unknown: Robert Beltran.
Unknown: Roxann Biggs-Dawson
Unknown: Jennifer Lien
Unknown: Robert Duncan McNeill
Unknown: Robert Picardo
Unknown: Neelix Ethan Phillips
Unknown: Tuvok Tim Russ.
Unknown: Garrett Wang.
Unknown: Captain Hikaru Sulu

: Timewatch Gold Rush Memories

One hundred years ago gold was discovered on a tributary of the Klondike River in north-west
Canada. Will White-from Dorset was one of the thousands of prospectors who set out to maketheirfortune.
Rimed in the astounding landscapes and towns of Alaska and the Klondike, this story is gleaned from letters sent home, and interwoven with tales of colourful characters of the time.
This programme recently won top honours at the San
Francisco Rim Festival.
Producer Jonathan Gili ; Editor Laurence Rees Repeat Stereo Subtitled ........

Contributors

Producer: Jonathan Gili
Editor: Laurence Rees

: The Money Programme

The series returns with a new presenter, Maya Even.
This week a report examines whether people are prepared to pay for what the experts claim is the dawn of a golden age in the economy, with yet more job insecurity. Plus a look at why the marketing men love "pester power" - the remarkable influence children have on the spending decisions of adults. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical. its subject matter may change

Contributors

Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: The Outer Limits

American sci-fi series.
The Light Brigade. Earth's s space fleet has been wiped out by an alien attack and the only survivors are stranded aboard a crippled battle cruiser.

: Flesh and Bone

Drama starring
Dennis Quaid , Meg Ryan
Vending machine supplier
Arlis Sweeney finds himself taking home the very drunk Kay Davies when she passes out at a stag party. They soon begin an affair but neither of their lives are as simple as they seem.
Director Steve Kloves (1993, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 58-66

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Quaid
Unknown: Meg Ryan
Unknown: Arlis Sweeney
Unknown: Kay Davies
Director: Steve Kloves
Arlis Sweeney :: Dennis Quaid
Kay Davies: Meg Ryan
Roy Sweeney: James Caan
Reese Davies: Christopher Rydell
Ginnie: Qwyneth Paltrow
Elliot: Scott Wilson

: Golf

Highlights of the final of the World Match Play championship from Wentworth, introduced by Steve Rider.

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Rider

: Quantum Leap

Offbeat American sci-fi series.
Temptation Eyes. Sam turns TV reporterto cover a series of gruesome murders in San Francisco's Chinatown.
Repeat Stereo
Followed by Weatherview

: The Learning Zone FURTHER EDUCATION

2.00 Disability Portrayal and Race and Identity LANGUAGES
4.00 Worlds Together BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
EDUCATION
6.00 The Write to Choose
10110 6.30-7.00am Afterthe
Revolution
LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: (0181)








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