A special edition of the pre-school comedy.
Cartoon fantasy. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Dramaseries. Repeat Subtitled...
Cartoon adventures. Repeat Stereo
Animation. Jade attempts to locate a valuable missinggemstone
The series from 1991.
The pupils protest about school dinners.
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Another chance to see the first episode in the new 12-part comedy-drama.
Natalie starts a campaign.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
First in a new six-part series of the consumer magazine programme for young people, presented by Tim Vincent.
Today, a report on the high prices of designer clothes for children, plus a survey on attitudes to cleanliness and hygiene.
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A look at electro pop band St Etienne, plus atripto the Trans Musicales Festival in France to meet the Foo Fighters, Comershop and Death in Vegas. Presented by Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Mr Lisa Goes to Washington. Lisa's political principles are severelytested.
Flaming Moe 's. A drink concocted by Homer is a huge hit at Moe's tavern.
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Epic drama starring
Tom Trvon , John Huston
Stephen Fermoyle rises through the church ranks to be made a cardinal on the eve of the Second World War. During the ceremony he casts his mind back over his life. Showing in widescreen format.
Director Otto Preminger (1963).......... # See Films: pages 42-47
Father Ned Halley:
Alan Titchmarsh visits Peckover House in Cambridgeshire and Dunham Massey in Cheshire. Repeat ........................
Hazel Irvine reports from the British
National Skiing championships at Tignes in France, the last chance for competitors toqualifyfortheWinterOlympics, while Julian Tutt and Matt Chilton report on the latest World Cup action. The men are at Schladming in Austria and the women at
Maribor in Slovenia.
Over 1,000 boats and 600 exhibitors are crammed into 14 acres at Earls Court as SallyTaylor and Steve Knight address every aspect of boating and waters ports.
The programme also investigates the attractions of dinghy sailing and takes a look at life on Britain's inland waterways. Producers Magda Gulvin and Ian Russell
Live coverage of the final of the 1998 World Professional Darts championship, played overthe best of 11 sets, from the Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green in Surrey.
Back in 1978, Wales's
Leighton Rees was the fi rst winner of the title, while it was Scotland's Les Wallace who triumphed last year, beating Marshall James in the final.
To reach this stage of the competition, which this year has prize money totalling £166,000, over 30 matches have been played during the last week. The two finalists are doing battle for the prestigious title and a winner's purse of £40,000.
Introduced by Dougie Donnelly , with match commentary coming from Tony Green ,
The programme examiningthe stories making the headlines in the world of business and finance and looking at all the latest economic developments. Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
The MK1 Volkswagen Golf GTI is regarded by many people as the ideal car. It combines a fashionable appearance with practicality, is economical and yet capable of quite remarkable performance, and blends reliability with driving enjoyment.
Quentin Willson presents a profile of the earth at began a new motoring trend, became a cult during the eighties, and is now viewed as a classic model.
Producer Richard Pearson Series producer Jon Bentley
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Another chance to see the first in a new six-part series of the comedy show that takes an incisive and topically satirical sideswipe against a wide range of public targets. Starring Armando lannucci ,
David Schneider and Peter Baynham. Shown last Friday
Mark Cousins introduces a double bill of cult films, which tonight deal with the disturbing subject of blind ambition.
9.50 Film premiere Storyville
Mystery drama starring
Cray Fowler , the favourite son of a powerful New Orleans family, is drawn by his political ambition and desires into a tortuous murder mystery that threatens to expose hisfamily's most shocking secrets.
Director Mark Frost (1992. 15)
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Judge Quentin Murdoch:
Charismatic financier Horace
Vendigclaws his wayto power, alienating his family and friends on the way. Now he has one last chance of a new life―if only he can escape his past.
Director EdgarG Ulmer (1948)
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Followed by Weatherview
J Norton Sims:
2.00 Job Seeking and Interviews-how to find that elusive job and do well in the interview.
4.00 French Experience 1, 1-4-French language for beginners. With English subtitles. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme-issues and ideas for small businesses and a look into marketingand pricing.
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5.45 Using TV- howTVwasused to highlight the Ethiopian famine of 1984/5. 6.35-7.00am TakingOff-maths in everyday life.
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