10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
SpywatCh - Surprise Written by Derek Farmer Stereo 2445801 10.50 The Art (ages
11-14) The Art of Cities
11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Ancient Egypt Stereo Subtitled 1658288 11.30 English File (ages 11-16) Famous
Authors Stereo 6172 12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Choices Written by Alrick Riley
Coverage of the National championships from Telford with action from the men's quarter-finals and the women's semis. Tim Henman is the defending men's champion. Introduced by Sue Barker with match commentary coming from John Barrett and Mark Cox.
Including at 2.40 and 3.25 News, Regional News and Weather
Kaye Adams meets one of snooker's all-time greats, Steve Davis , who talks about his life and the single-minded dedication to succeed that has brought him six world titles and countless other honours during his career.
In the last programme of the current series, Mark James and Tiff Needell report on the World
Rally championship, which, after 12 rounds scattered overfour continents, visits a fifth for Rally Australia. Tommi Makinen has a chance of clinching a second world drivers' crown, but he still faces stiff opposition from
Carlos Sainz and Colin McRae.
Series producer Ken Pollock : Editor
Jon Bentley Stereo
First of a new six-part series of journeys exploring the struggle for survival on this planet.
Biosphere2. In the early nineties, four men and four women chose to be locked away in a glass bubble in the Arizona desert as part of an experiment to see whether a miniature Earth could sustain human life and serve as a prototype for space colonies. Producer David Jackson
WEBSITE: www.open.ac.uk/bbc2/earth CEEFAX: page
Professor Richard Holmes traces the history of British and Irish warfare through the centuries in this six-part series. Hastings. William the Conqueror's defeat of King Harold opened the way for centuries of Norman domination
- and marked the end of Anglo-
Saxon England. Richard Holmes visits the battle site with his
"war-horse" Thatch, where they get a lesson in Norman cavalry techniques from Anne Hyland. Director Steven Clarke ; Series producer
Mark Fielder Stereo
Another chance to see Geoff Hamilton 's
six-part series, the filming of which he completedjust before he died last year.
A Leafy Highway. Avisittosome secluded havens throughout Britain, including an inner-city garden in Cardiff and the garden paradise of an Oxfordshire couple. See today's choices. DirectorRayHough: Executive producer
Offbeat game show hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer with Ulrika Jonsson and Mark Lamarr. Guests include TV presenters Frank Bough and Clare Grogan and actors John Thomson and Sarah White.
Director Mark Mylod ; Producer Alan Marke Repeat Stereo
Familiar comic creations return alongside fresh faces in a new eight-part series of the acclaimed comedy sketch show.
Starring Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Simon Day, Caroline Aherne, John Thomson, Arabella Weir and Mark Williams.
See today's choices.
WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Fastest Show on Earth: page 6
Topical news quiz with host Angus Deayton and captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer
Richard Wilson Repeated on Sunday at
9pm Stereo ...........................
Supernatural drama starring Patrick Bergin wnen nis daughter is killed,
Mark Samuels is inexorably drawn to a mansion in the Deep South that his daughter painted.
Director John Korty (1993) Stereo. ♦ See Films: pages 64-72 **
Sci-fi chiller starring
An incident in a sleepy village results in the birth of 12 strangely similarchildren. Director Wolf Rilla (1960)
Black and white Subtitled 63
♦ See Films: pages 64-72 ****
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