Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Moving Along- Slow and fast music
7980388 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) History-Time Treasures: Guy Fawkes- Jack and Rose find out about events in the past Stereo 8433833 9.45 Come Outside
(ages4-5) Boofs-Howwellingtonsare made
10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
Spywatch: Trouble for Mary- Suspicion increases Stereo 7335272 10.50 The Art (ages 11-14) TheArtofThings-Inanimate objects which provide information Stereo 7355036 11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Victorian
Britain: School Life- A day at a Victorian school Stereo Subtitled 5110036 11.30
English File (ages 11-16) ThePoetryof War- First World War poems
12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) LovedUp (parti)- Sarah decides to leave her alchoholic mother and move in with Tom Written by 01 Parker Stereo
Bob Langley visits the Isle and Man and Scotland's Western Isles, both of which are refuges forwildlifethat is scarce or extinct on the mainland. And rock musician RickWakeman discusses his love ofthe Isle of Man.
Dougie Donnelly introduces coverage of two quarter-final matches from Preston Guild Hall in which the winning players from yesterday's matches compete for a Place in the Open final on Sunday.
Commentary from Jimmy Davidson , David Rhys-Jones and Mal Hughes.
Including at 2.40, 3.25 News Regional News and Weather
Tiff Needed visits Mallory Park in Leicestershire as the Eurocar season reaches its climax, with four drivers still close contenders forthe V6 title.
Meanwhile, after a season which has seen no British entries in the 500cc motorcycle Grand Prix series, Steve Berry considers the future of motorcycle racing nowthat more riders are attracted to superbikes. And
Bob Constanduros looks back over the British Formula 3 season assessing the performance of a new generation of drivers with their eyes on the Grand Prix. Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor
Jon Bentley Stereo ......................
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
The team of Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh visit Milton Keynes where they face a struggle against time and the elements to complete a gazebo, create and stock a pond and lay out a formal garden for Stuart Higham and his partner Julia Cooney.
Alan Titchmarsh : page 42
Continuing the seventh series of the sci-fi comedy.
Duct Soup. When the generator goes down on the Starbug, the crew have to crawl through the mile-long labyrinth of service ducts to restart the engines. On theirjourney they discover a few surprises about one another.
Written by Doug Naylor
Director Ed Bye : Executive producer
Doug Naylor Repeat Stereo
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host another episode of the celebrity game show with team captains Mark Lamarrand Ulrika Jonsson. Tonight's guest panellists are actor and writer Stephen Fry , Sid Owen (Ricky in EastEnders), impressionist
Kate Robins and socialite Tara
Director David G Croft ; Producer
Animals. Paul Kaye (alias Dennis Pennis ) reviews the funniest animal moments in the BBC TV archives, including classic clips from Morecambe and Wise, The Vicar of Dibley, and The Good Life.
Producer Anna Beattie : Editor
GaynorVaughan-Jones Stereo ...
Then Video Nation Shorts
Epic drama starring
Dumped by his mother at an institution where young boys are rigorously trained to perform in the opera, Douzi unexpectedly finds protection with the tougher Shitou. Pushed into female roles because of his slight build, Douzi becomes confused about his sexual identity. As the years pass, the two become stars of the Peking Opera, but they live in turbulent times and betrayal tears them apart. In Mandarin with English subtitles. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Chen Kaige (1993, 15)
♦ See Films: pp 58-66 *****
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