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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo .....

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Teletubbies: Stop and Go

The Teletubbies play a stop and go game.
Shown last Friday (Stereo)

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
With guests, boy band 911.
Shown last Friday on BBC1

Contributors

Guests: 911

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Melvin and Maureen's Music-a-Grams

Musical series. This week's programme features a look at the guitar. (Repeat) (Stereo)

: Harry and the Hendersons

Uncle Mac Comes Back. The Hendersons' Scottish uncle arrives at the house to bequeath the family estate to George.
Repeat Stereo .....

: School Programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.

9.10 Spanish Globo (ages 11-12)
Spanish for beginners.

9.15 Clementine: C'est I'amour (ages 14-16) (Stereo)

9.30 Writing and Pictures: Treasure Hunt (ages 6-7) (Subtitled)

9.45 Storytime: Bet You Can't followed by You Just Have to Ask
Two stories about helpers. (ages 4-5)

: Children's BBC: Teletubbies: Chinese New Year

The gang watch dragons in a colourful Parade to mark the Chinese new year.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am

: School Programmes

10.30 Words and Pictures: Owl Babies (ages 5-7) (Stereo)

10.45 Cats' Eyes: Light and Sound: Light and Dark (ages 5-7) (Stereo)

11.00 Look and Read: Spywatch - the Poster Comes to Life (ages 7-9) (Stereo)

11.20 Zig Zag: Geography UK - Changing Environments in England (ages 7-9)

11.40 Landmarks: Victorian Britain - Achievements (ages 9-12) (Stereo)

12.00 Heading South: Technology and Climate of Change (ages 9-12) (Stereo)

12.20 Showcase: Teaching Today (Stereo)

12.25 Firework Safety

: Working Lunch

Consumer information. j CEEFAX: page

: The Greedysaurus Gang

Animation about five young dinosaurs.
Repeat Stereo .....

: Hairy Jeremy

More animated adventures of a hairy neolithic.
Repeat Stereo ;

: The Countryside Hour

Daily series aimed at enhancing viewers' knowledge of the British countryside.
Today Bob Langleyvisits the New Forest in Hampshire, where he discovers a wildlife oasis on the outskirts of Southampton. Langley also meets wildlife film-maker Simon King , who uses his camera lensto track deer. Series producer Mike Finlason

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Langleyvisits
Unknown: Simon King
Producer: Mike Finlason

: Snooker

More third-round action from this year's Grand Prix tournament at the Bournemouth International Centre. Presented by David Vine , with Dougie Donnelly , deluding at 2.40, 3.25 News Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Presented By: David Vine
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly

: The Simpsons: Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?

Homer goes in search of his long-lost brother.
Featuring the voice of Danny DeVito.
The next episode is on Friday at 6pm.
Repeated next Sunday.

Contributors

Unknown: Danny Devito

: Battlestar Galactica

The Gun on Ice Planet Zero
Concluding a two-part story.
Apollo and some prisoners tryto disable a lethal laserweapon.
Repeat

: The Car's the Star

Quentin Willson explores the appeal of another classic car. This week he examines the enduring charm ofthe Mini, a symbol of the Swinging Sixties. With guest, society photographer Lord Lichfield.
Producer Ben Southwell : Editor Jon Bentley

Contributors

Unknown: Quentin Willson
Producer: Ben Southwell
Editor: Jon Bentley

: Making Masterpieces

Six-part series in which the National
Gallery's director
Neil MacGregor reveals how some great works of art were created. He also shows how modern techniques have revolutionised the care and study of paintings.
See today's choices. Director Patricia Wheatley
Executive producer Keith Alexander
♦ See This Week: page 7

Contributors

Director: Neil MacGregor
Director: Patricia Wheatley
Producer: Keith Alexander

: Decisive Weapons

The Harrier Jump-Jet: Jumping Jack Flash. For 20 years, the Harrier Jump-Jet-with its ability to take off and land vertically-was considered to be little more than a gimmick. But then the Falklands War highlighted the plane's unique qualities. Director David Upshal
Series producer Martin Davidson
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Flash.
Director: David Upshal
Producer: Martin Davidson

: Two Fat Ladies

High Tea.
Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright visit
Oxfordshire to prepare tea-interval fare at a local cricket club. The menu includes poached chicken, tongue and mustard-butter sandwiches.
See today's choices. Producer Patricia Llewellyn
Executive producer Peter Gillbe
♦ Food: page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Paterson
Unknown: Clarissa Dickson Wright
Producer: Patricia Llewellyn
Producer: Peter Gillbe

: The Mrs Merton Show

Caroline Aherne stars as chat show host Mrs Merton. Her guests are TV presenter
Jonathan Ross and fashion designer Jeff Banks. Producer Mark Gorton
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Caroline Aherne
Unknown: Mrs Merton.
Presenter: Jonathan Ross
Designer: Jeff Banks.
Producer: Mark Gorton

: Picture This

Silvering Up. Each year, from
March to October, 250 painters set about the task of painting the nation's electricity pylons. The work is uncomfortable and carries considerable health risks. Kirkham Jackson 's film follows a team of four painters who remain undeterred by the hazards of their profession. Series editor Peter Symes

Contributors

Unknown: Kirkham Jackson
Editor: Peter Symes

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

The pop trivia quiz hosted by Mark Lamarr. This week team captains Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus arejoined by Saffron from Republica, Placebo's Brian Molko , Bruce Dickinson and comedian David Baddiel.
Director Steve Bendelack : Producer
JimPullin Stereo
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lamarr.
Unknown: Sean Hughes
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Brian Molko
Unknown: Bruce Dickinson
Unknown: David Baddiel.
Director: Steve Bendelack

: Newsnight

Presented by KirstyWark.

: The Huw Wheldon Memorial Lecture

The Art of the Reporter
This yearthe Royal
Television Society s
HuwWheldon Memorial
Lecture is given by the BBC's
Asia correspondent
Fergal Keane , who assesses the role of newsjournalists in the changing world of global communication. See today's choices.
Producer David Herman Stereo. .
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Fergal Keane
Producer: David Herman Stereo.

: The Phil Silvers Show

Bilko v Covington. Bilkocomes up against a sharp operator.
Black and white Repeat.........

: The Learning Zone

12.30 The Making of ... Benjamin Zephaniah
The former tearaway describes how he became a famous dub poet.

Ecology
12.45 Did Tibet Cool the Earth? (Subtitled)
1.10 Hubbard Brook: The Chemistry of Forest
1.35 Life on the Edge
The UK's coasts.

Schools
2.00 Teaching Today: Dyslexia in the Primary Classroom
Ghostwriter: Ghost Story

Languages
4.00 Suenos World Spanish: Programmes 5-8

Business and Training
5.00 Skills for Work

Arts
6.00 The Great Exhibition: A Lesson in Taste?
6.30-7.00am Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?
Influences on French broadcasting.

Learning Zone Guide: [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter/subject (The Making of...): Benjamin Zephaniah








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