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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing.

: Children's BBC Breakfast

7.15 Teletubbies
Number Six. Tinky Winky, Dipsy and Laa-Laa get their knees dirty, and discover the number six.
Shown yesterday 10am (Repeat)

7.40 Perils of Penelope Pitstop
Cartoon adventures with the intrepid Texan heiress. (Repeat)

8.05 Blue Peter
Children's magazine. Katy Hill goes for a spin on Silverstone's new rally track before the annual RAC car race. With Stuart Miles, Romana D'Annunzio and Richard Bacon. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

8.25 Oakie Doke
Animated stories of a woodland creature made of leaves, twigs and acorns. (Repeat) (Stereo)

8.35 Rupert
Cartoon tales with the bear from Nutwood. (Repeat)

Contributors

Presenter (Blue Peter): Stuart Miles
Presenter (Blue Peter): Romana D'Annunzio
Presenter (Blue Peter): Richard Bacon
Presenter (Blue Peter): Rupert Cartoon

: The Record

Parliamentary update on events from
Westminster. Stereo ..................

: School Programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Practising Belief (ages 7-11) 7692057 9.25 See You, See Me (ages
7-9) stereo 2957274 9.45 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Side by Side

: Teletubbies

Wake-Up. Tinky
Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po play the game of waking and sleeping.
Rptdtomorrowat7.15am Repeat

: School Programmes

10.30 Watch (ages 5-7)
10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) 2179816 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11)
Stereo 8006038 11.15 Megamaths(ages 7-9) Stereo Subtitled 1384651 11.35
History File (ages 14-16)

: See Hear

With signing and subtitles.
ShownSundaylO.lSamonBBCl Stereo..

: Working Lunch

The latest consumer and business developments.

: Fiddley Foodie Bird

Animation about a magical bird. With the voice of Dennis Waterman , and narrated by Bruce Forsyth. Repeat Stereo.............

Contributors

Unknown: Dennis Waterman
Unknown: Bruce Forsyth.

: The History Hour

Adam Hart-Davis visits Richmond, where he learns howto research the history of First World War soldiers, heraldry and royal links.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis

: Going, Going, Gone

Another round of the antiques game show Presented by Stuart Hall. Today's guests are antiques expert Tim Wonnacott , television presenter Carol Smillie , and actor Anton Rodgers.

Contributors

Presented By: Stuart Hall.
Unknown: Tim Wonnacott
Presenter: Carol Smillie
Unknown: Anton Rodgers.

: Westminster Special

Live from Westminster, a special edition of the political programme that focuses on Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown as he outlines his proposals for the economy for the coming months. Experts will be on hand for reaction and analysis.

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: Snooker

David Vine presents further coverage from the Guildhall in Preston ofthe UK championship. Stereo ................

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine

: Heartbreak High

The arrival of new teacher
Gerard Albers - an eccentric bohemian from Spain - raises a few eyebrows. Meanwhile, Hilary Skeppers is thinking about making an important career move, but will she be able to trust Ryan and Anita to look afterthemselves properly?

Contributors

Unknown: Gerard Albers
Unknown: Hilary Skeppers
Les Bailey: Peter Sumner
Drazic: Callan Mulvey
Ryan: Rel Hunt
Nikki: Fleur Beaupert
Kurt Peterson: Jeremy Lindsay Taylor
Mai: Nina Liu
Anita: Lara Cox
Melanie: Rebecca Smart
Hilary: Tina Bursill
Albers: Frederick Miragliotta

: Snooker

Continuing coverage of one of today's fourth-round matches from the UK championship at the Guildhall, Preston. With
David Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine.

: From the Edge

The series made by disabled people and aimed at everyone, featuring topical stories and analysis of disabled issues.
Editor Ian Macrae

Contributors

Editor: Ian MacRae

: Top Gear Rally Report

With hundreds of miles already completed, the remainingcrews tackle the unfamiliar stages of South Wales on the last day of the RAC Rally. Steve Rider reports from Rally HQ in Cheltenham, while Jeremy Hart and Peter Slater follow the teams around Wales. With Mark James
and Bob Constanduros.
Top Gear. the motoring magazine. is-on Thursday at 8.30pm

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Unknown: Jeremy Hart
Unknown: Peter Slater
Unknown: Mark James
Unknown: Bob Constanduros.

: Food and Drink

Culinary magazine show, presented by Chris Kelly.
AntonyWorrall Thompson cooks a Christmas-lunch turkey, flavoured with cream cheese, butter and herbs, and stuffed with apple, prunes and parsley.
JillyGoolden and Oz Clarke taste and recommend budget wines that cost under L4 to accompanythe turkey, and mount their tandem again for the second of their explorations of Britain's regional food and drink. Producer Moyra Rose
Series producer Tim Hincks
CEEFAX: page

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly.
Presented By: Antonyworrall Thompson
Presented By: Oz Clarke
Producer: Moyra Rose
Producer: Tim Hincks

: Timewatch

The African Trade. Transatlantic slavery was responsible forthe largest, long-distance, forced migration in history. But, since the Europeans did not venture into the interior of Africa until after abolition, howdid approximately 12 million
Africansfall into their clutches?
Timewatch delves into history and finds that, contrary to popularbelief, mostofthe business was conducted by black slave merchants trading on the coast with Europeans. And slavery was a fact of life long before the transatlantic trade began. For centuries, Africa supplied eunuchs and wives to the Arab world, sacrificial victims to tyrants, and domestic labour.
Producer Jonathan Lewis ; Editor
Laurence Rees

Contributors

Producer: Jonathan Lewis
Editor: Laurence Rees

: Back to the Floor

Crawling about.
Peter Cottee, managing director of the European arm of Terminix, the world's biggest pest-control firm, goes backto basics when he becomes a frontline pest controller. How will he cope with cockroaches on a Peckham council estate, and can he isolate the reasons why the company haemorrhaged so many of its staff last year? See today's choices.
Producer Adam Wishart
Executive producer Robert Thirkell

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Cottee
Producer: Adam Wishart
Executive Producer: Robert Thirkell

: Best Friends

Basit and Tammouz. A profile of two primary-school friends, Basit and Tammouz, whose relationship thrives on constant arguments and teasing. Director Stephen Leslie

Contributors

Director: Stephen Leslie

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.

: Snooker

More action from Preston. With
Dougie Donnelly. stereo....
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.

: The Midnight Hour

Political chat show, chaired by Janet Street-Porter, stereo.96442

Contributors

Presenter: Janet Street-Porter

: The Learning Zone

12.30am The Making of ... GermaineGreer
GREAT CIVILISATIONS
12.35 PowerandVision TheWest andtheRest 9783607 1.00
Seville The Edge of Empire
54539 1.30 Seville Gateway to the Indies
SCHOOLS
2.00 BusinessStudies
LANGUAGES
4.00 Deutsch Plus 5-8
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
TECHNOLOGY
6.00 Errors Aren't For Ever
6.30-7.00am Teletel- computers in France.








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