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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo

: Teletubbies

Numbers-9. Nine flowers appear in Teletubbyland.
Shown yesterday at 10am

: Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

Cartoon capers set in a zoo.
(Repeat)

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

: Mouse and Mole

Animation. Mouse cheers up Mole. Stereo...............

: Johnson and Friends

Toy adventures.
Repeat Stereo ....

: The Record

Parliamentary update. Stereo ....

: School Programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13) Familie Stereo 2663795 9.25 Megamaths (ages
7-9) Money Stereo 9422445 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Stones

: Teletubbies

10.00 Going to School by Boat The Teletubbies see how children who live on an island get to school.
Repeated tomorrow 7.15am Repeat Stereo..

: School Programmes

10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5)
6326445 10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) Stereo 4524754 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Stereo 8887174 11.15 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Stereo
11.35 English File (ages 11-14) 4925822 11.55 Lifeschool (ages 14+) Stereo 4936938 12.20 Showcase
Secondary Preview

: Working Lunch

Presented by Adrian Childs. Stereo..

Contributors

Presented By: Adrian Childs.

: Joshua Jones

1.00 Karia is determined to win a competition. Repeat .........

: The Travel Hour

Sister Wendy looks at the work of the artist Velazquez as the archive series focuses on Madrid and central Spain,
Plus an edition of Spain on a Plate with Maria Jose Sevilla.

Contributors

Unknown: Maria Jose Sevilla.

: Tennis

Highlights from the fourth day's play in the Australian Open, with players hoping to avoid a repeat of last year's sweltering heat. Introduced by John Inverdale.

Contributors

Presenter: John Inverdale
Commentary: John Barrett
Commentary: Barry Davies
Commentary: Mark Cox

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: Westminster with Anne Mackenzie

Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament. Stereo Subtitled ....

: News

Subtitled
Regional News and Weather

: The Village

Colin faces a crisis. Repeat

: Through the Keyhole

David Frost presents the celebrity lifestyle game.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: David Frost

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Against-the-clock cookery challenge,
Presented by Fern Britton.

Contributors

Presented By: Fern Britton.

: Esther

Today's guests tell stand-in presenter Emma Forbes how they have coped with life after redundancy.
(Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter: Emma Forbes

: Today's the Day

Presented by Martyn Lewis.

Contributors

Presenter: Martyn Lewis

: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Looking for Par 'Mach in All the Wrong Places

Worf helps Quark in Klingon courtship practices.
(Stereo)
Star Trek is tomorrow at 6.25pm

Contributors

Captain Benjamin Sisko: Avery Brooks
Lt Cmdr Worf: Michael Dorn
Quark: Armin Shimerman
Grilka: Mary Kay Adams
Tumek: Joseph Ruskin

: Hit, Miss or Maybe

Zoe Ball and celebrity guests rate three new pop videos. Producer Chris Bellinger
Revised repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Zoe Ball
Producer: Chris Bellinger

: Third Rock from the Sun

Dick sets his colleagues their assignments on Earth.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

Then Close Up
Film director Alex Cox selects a classic moment from King Kong.
(Repeat)

Contributors

Dick Solomon: John Lithgow
Sally Solomon: Kristen Johnston
Harry Solomon: French Stewart
Tommy Solomon: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Presenter (Close Up): Alex Cox

: First Sight: Killing Me Softly

A look at the arguments on both sides of the voluntary-euthanasia debate includes interviews with hospice staff who believe that life should be preserved at all costs and asks what actress Lynne Perrie's son, who has Aids, will choose to do.
(Subtitled)
Regional Programme: see variations in panel on left

Contributors

Producer: Ray Hough
Executive Producer: John Samson

: Ray Mears's World of Survival

Siberia. Deep in a Siberian forest. nomadic reindeer herders live a life almost unchanged for years, surviving in temperatures as low as -60°C on a diet of fish, reindeer, and edible plants. Ray Mears finds out how they do it. Director Ian Paul ; Producer Kathryn Moore Repeat Stereo Subtitled ....

Contributors

Unknown: Ray Mears
Director: Ian Paul
Producer: Kathryn Moore

: Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines

Jeremy Clarkson has a stomach-churning ride in the world's most successful fighter plane, the American F15, comes back to earth to compete in a Canadian combine-harvester banger race, and goes drag racing on snowmobiles in Lapland. Producers Richard Pearson and AndyWilman Stereo BBC MAGAZINE: £3. 50 from newsagents

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Producers: Richard Pearson

: Meet the Ancestors

Friends, Romans or Countrymen? When a stone coffin was unearthed last summer on a building site in Mangotsfield, it was found to have been buried for centuries. Why was it located here? Who were the two occupants?
Julian Richards joins the team as they piece together the evidence to reveal the lavish lifestyle of our Roman ancestors. See today's choices.
Producer Paul Bradshaw ; Series producer lanPotts Stereo SUPPORT MATERIAL: for Video Pack (L29). or Booklet (14.95). send a cheque payable to BBC Education, to BBC Education. [address removed]
* Unearthing the secrets of our ancestors:page23

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Richards
Producer: Paul Bradshaw

: Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends: UFOs

The south-western US is a vast stretch of uninterrupted desert sparsely populated by human beings. But. according to UFO believers, for the last 50 years it has been a favourite area for extraterrestrials. Louis Theroux accompanies "warrior monk" Thor Templar and also goes on a field trip with two members of the Centre for the Study of ET Intelligence as he searches for a close encounter.

See John Peel: page 9

Contributors

Presenter: Louis Theroux
Interviewee: Thor Templar
Director: Debbie Geller
Series Producer: David Mortimer

: Dance for the Camera

The Reunion. An original dance film, starring Lynne Seymour and Donald MacLeary , exploring the shifting power relationship between two people who share an intimate and troubled past. Producer Christopher Collins ; Director
JayneParker
Then Video Nation Shorts submied

Contributors

Unknown: Lynne Seymour
Unknown: Donald MacLeary
Producer: Christopher Collins

: Newsnight

With Kirsty Wark.

Contributors

Presenter: Kirsty Wark

: Late Review

Mark Lawson is joined by Arena editor Ekow Eshun, Germaine Greer and Tom Paulin to review cultural highlights, including Don Delillo's Underworld.

(Stereo)

Followed by Skiing Forecast

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Lawson
Panellist: Ekow Eshun
Panellist: Germaine Greer
Panellist: Tom Paulin
Editor: Michael Poole
Series Producer: Janet Lee

: The Midnight Hour

With Tariq Ali.

Contributors

Presenter: Tariq Ali

: The Learning Zone

Open University
12.30am Hotel Hilbert
1.00 The 1997 Election
1.30 Rousseau in Africa

Further Education
2.00 FETV Performing Arts I, II ― the filming of Hamlet.

Languages
4.00 Suenos World Spanish 17-20
with English subtitles.

Teacher Training
5.00 Teaching and Learning with IT: Key Stage 2
5.30 Teaching Today Special 2

Open University
5.45 Questions of National Identity
(Subtitled)
6.35-7.00am Designer Rides








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This site contains the BBC listings information which the BBC printed in Radio Times between 1923 and 2009. You can search the site for BBC programmes, people, dates and Radio Times editions.

We hope it helps you find information about that long forgotten BBC programme, research a particular person or browse your own involvement with the BBC.

Through the listings, you will also be able to use the Genome search function to find thousands of radio and TV programmes that are already available to view or listen to on the BBC website.

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