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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing.

: Teletubbies

Wake-Up. The gang playa a game of wakingand sleeping.
Shown yesterday 10am Repeat Stereo.

: Perils of Penelope Pitstop

The cartoon escapades of an heiress and her grasping uncle. Repeat.

: It'll Never Work

The series looking at the most unusual science stories and craziest inventions around the world this week investigates computer-literate pigs, a dancing robot, and the aircraft that's a cross between a helicopter and a plane.Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1

: Model Millie

Second of a 13-part comedy series. Millie makes a road for tier model town. Meanwhile, Baz walks straight into trouble. Starring Sarah Davison and Ben Fellows.
Written by Philip Hawthorn
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Davison
Unknown: Ben Fellows.
Written By: Philip Hawthorn

: The Record

Parliamentary reports.

: Schools Programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Stereo 6941369
9.25 English Express (ages 9-11) Stereo 2851046
9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)

: Teletubbies

Sophie Art-Circus
The Teletubbies have fun sliding into Home Hill and watching a group of children painting circus pictures.
Rptd tomorrow 7.15am Repeat Stereo.

: Schools Programmes

10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) 3915779
10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) 2460684
11.00 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Stereo 1290268
11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 14+) 3057930
11.40 Revista (ages 11-14) Stereo 8917387
11.55 Quinze Minutes Plus (ages 11-13) Stereo 1469607
12.10 Science in Action (ages 11-14)

: Working Lunch

Consumer reports.

: Noddy

Animation. Noddy is excited by the prospect of doing Mr Milko's job for him. Repeat

: The History Hour

Adam Hart-Davis examines the trade and industry that helped to create Norwich, and studies the history of maps in London. Stereo ...........................

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis

: Going, Going, Gone

Taggart star Blythe Duff and Style
Challenge presenter John Lesliejointhe antiques panel game. Stereo ...

Contributors

Unknown: Blythe Duff
Presenter: John Lesliejointhe

: Westminster with Diana Madill

Live coverage from the House of Commons of Prime Minister's Question Time.

: Snooker

David Vine presents more live quarter-final action from the UKchampionship taking place at the Guildhall in Preston. Commentary comes from the team of Clive Everton, Ray Edmonds , John Virgo , DennisTaylor, John Spencer and Jim Meadowcroft.

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: Ray Edmonds
Unknown: John Virgo
Unknown: John Spencer
Unknown: Jim Meadowcroft.

: The Ren and StimpyShow

Blazing Entrails. DrBrainchild investigates the causes of Stimpy's peculiar behaviour.
LumberJerks. Ren and Stimpy decide to become lumberjacks. Repeat Stereo

: Building Sights USA

Actress Diane Keaton talks about her enthusiasm for Frank
Lloyd Wright 's Ennis-Brown
House. This Hollywood building has been used as a location more than 60 times in films ranging from Blade Runner to House on Haunted Hill.
Director Kim Flitcroft
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Diane Keaton
Unknown: Lloyd Wright
Director: Kim Flitcroft
Producer: Ruth Rosenthal

: Black Britain

The last in the series looks back to 1981, when a fire at New Cross in London killed 13 teenagers. Black people blamed racists forthe tragedy and protested at what they saw as police indifference. Today, parents of those who died want the case closed, but will their local community ever let them?
And in America, the Rev
Jesse Jackson tells why he believes the introduction of the Proposition 209 lawwill end any progress gained by the civil-rights struggles of the sixties.
Plus lyanlaVanzant talking about her book Acts of Faith, and Roni Size on how he used his Mercury Music Prize money to help budding musicians in Bristol. With Rianna Scipio.
The series returns next autumn.
Series producer Maxine Watson

Contributors

Unknown: Jesse Jackson
Unknown: Roni Size
Unknown: Rianna Scipio.
Producer: Maxine Watson

: Snooker

David Vine presents live quarter-final coverage from Preston.
Commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , John Spencer and JimMeadowcroft. Stereo ....

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: John Virgo
Commentary By: John Spencer

: The Dream of Gerontius

James Naughtie presents live coverage
from St Paul 's Cathedral in London of a special performance of Edward Elgar 's masterpiece as part of the celebrations marking the BBC's 75th anniversary.
Andrew Davis conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, with tenor
Philip Langridge , bass Alastair Miles and mezzo-soprano Catherine Wyn-Rogers as the soloists.
Despite a disastrousfirst performance, in Birmingham, of this 1900 work, it has, as Elgar had hoped, become a classic in the British choral repertoire. See today's choices. Director Bob Coles
Producer Christina Macaulay
SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 3
* Brian Kay 's concert of the week: page 50
Subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: James Naughtie
Unknown: St Paul
Unknown: Edward Elgar
Unknown: Andrew Davis
Tenor: Philip Langridge
Bass: Alastair Miles
Mezzo-Soprano: Catherine Wyn-Rogers
Director: Bob Coles
Producer: Christina MacAulay
Unknown: Brian Kay

: Snooker

Action from tonight's two quarter-finals in the UK championship.

: Breaking Point

The marriage-guidance counsellors of Relate this week focus on the problems of Mary and Alan. The pair met when she was an 18-year-old bank clerk andhewasherboss. Fourteen years and three children later, they have reached a crossroads in their lives, with Alan having lost the security of a regularjob andMaryfeelingshehas changed radically as a person. Can Relate help to bridge the wideninggap between them? Executive producer Clare Paterson Series producer Peter Gordon
BOOKLET: send a cheque for £3. payable to [address removed]
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Producer: Peter Gordon

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's news, with Gordon Brewer.

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Brewer.

: Snooker

Dougie Donnelly presents a roundup of the day's quarter-final action. One of the matches is scheduled to play to a finish tonight, guaranteeing the winner a minimum of £16,000. Stereo ..............
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly

: The Midnight Hour

Political chat show hosted by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: The Learning Zone

12.30am The Making of ... GermaineGreer
GREAT CIVILISATIONS
12.45 A Question of Identity Berlin and Berliners
1.35 Changing Berlin Changing Europe
SCHOOLS
2.00 Economics
LANGUAGES
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update Heart Health -Rehabilitation
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Unit40 - Myths on the Rock
SCIENCE
6.00 Images of the Cosmos
Cosmic Recycling
6.30-7.00am Missingthe Meaning?








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