A special edition of the preschool series. Repeat Stereo.
Three animations. Stereo ..........
Cartoon fantasy. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Drama series about a young girl and her horse. Repeat Subtitled ...............
Animated adventures. Orkovand Djin are trapped in a magical mirror and only Akata can save them. Repeat Stereo
Animation. The Quest Team is trapped in an icy wilderness
The series from 1991.
Mr Griffiths isn't happy about how the school's recycling project is being run. Written by Barry Purchese
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Mum and dad depart for the States. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
The consumer magazine programme for young people reveals the results of a nationwide survey on issues of concern to children, and there's a look at the best and worst high-street deals. Stereo ............ HOTLINE: [number removed] (calls cost lOp maximum) WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/shortchange
Music magazine, with Welsh guitar three-piece the Stereophonics and the Warm Jets in Norwich, plus a report on music in South America. Presented by Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Repeated on Tuesday at 7.10pm Stereo.
Dogof Death. Family finances are strained when Santa's Little Helperfalls ill.
Bart Gets an "F". Unless Bart passes a test, he must retake a whole school year. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .................. Bart the Lover is tomorrow at 6pm
A review of the week's principal political events in the south east..................
The sports show returns with a weekly, all-year-round format. With Steve Rider.
1.35 Tennis The Australian Open from
Melbourne, featuring fourth-round action in the men's and women's singles on the seventh day of the tournament.
2.40 Racing Featuring, at 2.45, the Champion Hurdlefrom Leopardstown, one of the jump season's top races.
2.55 Indoor Bowls First-round coverage of the World Indoor Singles championship from Preston Guild Hall. Scotland's Hugh Duff isattemptingto retain his title, but some of his main challengers are in action today. Scotland's number-six seed David Gourlayfaces England's Billy Jackson while tenth-seed Stephen Rees , from
Wales, takes on Ireland's Jeremy Henry.
4.25 Ski Sunday The year's biggest weekend of World Cup ski-racing features the men's downhill and slalom from Kitzbuhel in Austria. The fearsome Hahnenkamm downhill course is considered the toughest in the sport, while, in the slalom, Italy's Alberto Tomba has been on the Kitzbuhel podium every year since 1992. Presented by Hazel Irvine. Commentary by Julian Tutt.
5.15 News Roundup
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2.55-5.25 (not PDC) ......................
Simon King travels to the tropical forests of Costa Rica where top wildlife cameraman Martin Dohrn, maker of this evening's Natural World documentary, reveals the secrets of filming life in the treetops.
Editor Sara Ford Stereo ...... WEB SITE: [web address removed]
5.30* Watch Out A look at what's happening this week in the world of natural history. Presented by Nick Baker.
Producer Andrew Graham-Brown; Series producer Mike Beynon
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5.40* Sea Trek The Caribbean
Divers Martha Holmes and Mike de Gruy explore the waters off the Caribbean, where they meet stingrays, sharks and dolphins. Director Sara Ford ; Producer Robin Hellier Repeat Subtitled
6.10*-7.00 The Natural World: Three Monkeys
How three species of monkey-howlers, red spiders and white-faced - use their different skills to fight for survival deep in the unpredictable and unforgiving tropical forests of Costa Rica. Narrated by Emily Richard. See today's choices.
Producer Martin Dohrn : Series editor Neil Nightingale
See This Week: page 8
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Stories making headlines in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Second of three programmes on the saga of the Channel Tunnel. Breakthrough. In the autumn of 1986, the whole Channel Tunnel project was close to collapse as Eurotunnel, the company formed to manage the contract, struggled to raise the necessary finance. The company was also in dispute with contractors TML. while wet conditions underground meant delays and extra expense. But construction got back on schedule for the first breakthrough, in December 1990. With James Naughtie. Editor Roderick Longhurst : Producer
With the threat of closure facing many of the country's theatres, a financial crisis at the Royal Opera House and widespread outrage at the cost of the Millennium Dome, Mark Lawson chairs a discussion on the state of the arts in Britain as the Government prepares to announce a far-reaching overhaul of the Arts Council.
Editor Michael Poole Stereo......
Satirical comedy show. Shown last Friday
Comedy starring Warren Mitchell. Alf's relentless ranting meets its match outside a ladies' loo.
Also starring Dandy Nichols.
Written by Johnny Speight : Director/Producer Roger Race Repeat Subtitled .
A drama of love and tragedy across the racial divide. Starring Roshan Seth , Mina Anwar
A 17-year-old Hindu girl flees her family home in the north of England after her affairwith a local Muslim boy is discovered by a family friend. Powerless againstthe retribution of her father and the local elders, she headsfor London. Butthe tension continues as herfather tries to bring her home by whatever means possible.
Written by Tanika Gupta : Producer Peter Jaques : Director Alex Pillai
A researcher leaves Paddington to meet his friend Robinson, a teacher. The pair soon embark on several trips throughout England, taking in the sights and sounds around them. Narrated by Paul Scofield. (1997, PG)
See Films: pages 46-51
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 FETV Attitudes to Ageing LANGUAGES
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme - a look at recruitment.
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5.45 Age and Identity 3252317 6.35-7.00am Deadly Quarrels