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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo

: Teletubbies

Monkey Safari. Andy Brown
and a group of children go to a Safari park to see some monkeys.
Shown yesterday at 10am


Unknown: Andy Brown

: Help! It's the Hair Bear Bunch

Animated comedy with the bears from
Wonderland Zoo. Repeat

: Blue Peter

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

: Secret Life of Toys

Puppetfunwith the toys that come to life when the humans leave the room. Repeat Stereo....

: The Record

A roundup of the latest developments occurring in Parliament.

: School programmes

Note: all programmes are in stereo; repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Into Work (ages 14+) While You're There 5757796 9.25SeeYou.SeeMe
(ages 7-9) The Vikings: Women and Girls 1731226 9.45 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Time: Comparison of Time

: Teletubbies

10.00 Leaves. Agroupof children decide to go for a walk in the Woods to play with the autumn leaves.
Rptd tomorrow at 7.15am Repeat

: School programmes

10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) FamousPeople: Elizabeth I 3343864 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Living: Paradise Lost
9827845 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Living: Places to Live 9086661 11.15
Megamaths (ages 7-9) Money: £lto£5 5875241 11.35 History File (ages 11-14) Black Peoples of the Americas:
After Emancipation

: See Hear

Focusingon four deaf people who are currently makingtheir mark in the fashion industry. With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday at 10.15am, BBCl Stereo.

: Working Lunch

Consumer reports.

: Fireman Sam

Animation. Sam experiences some difficulty with a Popcorn machine. Repeat ........

: The Craft Hour

Information on feltmaking, furniture makeovers and a look at a selection of traditional textiles that have come back intofashion. Repeat

: Going, Going, Gone

Antiques panel game. Ned Sherrin , Hazel Irvine and expert Tim Wonnacottjoin presenter Stuart Hall.
2.40 News
Regional News and Weather


Unknown: Ned Sherrin
Unknown: Hazel Irvine
Unknown: Tim Wonnacottjoin
Presenter: Stuart Hall.

: Westminster with Anne Mackenzie

Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament, plus the latest news from
Westminster. Stereo
3.25 News
Regional News and Weather

: Snooker

Live coverage of the Masters tournament from Wembley Conference Centre continues with action from the match between Scotland's John Higgins and Anthony Hamilton. Introduced by David Vine. Commentary by Clive Everton ,
Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Parrott and JimMeadowcroft.


Unknown: John Higgins
Unknown: Anthony Hamilton.
Introduced By: David Vine.
Commentary By: Clive Everton
Commentary By: Ray Edmonds
Commentary By: Dennis Taylor
Commentary By: John Parrott

: Fresh Prince of Bel Air: The Butler's Son Did It

Everybody immediately takes to Geoffrey's long-lost son Frederick when he arrives in Bel Air, but there are facts about the young man that no one suspects.


Himself: Will Smith Philip Banks: James Avery
Vivian Banks: Daphne Maxwell Reid
Hilary Banks: Karyn Parsons
Carlton Banks: Alfonso Ribeiro
Ashley Banks: Tatyana Mau
Geoffrey: Joseph Marcell
Frederick: Craig Kirkwood

: The O Zone

The music magazine goes behind the scenes at the Brat
Awards. With Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Producer Angela Ferreira Shown on Sundayatll.50am


Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss.
Producer: Angela Ferreira

: Snooker

Steve Davis starts the defence of his Masters title against the winner of the match between
Darren Morgan and Andy Hicks. With David Vine. Stereo....


Unknown: Steve Davis
Unknown: Darren Morgan
Unknown: Andy Hicks.
Unknown: David Vine.

: Walden on Heroes

Nelson Mandela. The series ends controversially as Brian Walden claims that Nelson
Mandela does not deserve to be regarded as a hero.
While admiring Mandela's willingness to forgive, he feels history may condemn him for arrogance and ineptitude.
Mandela's incompetent terror campaign, he claims, actually helped to entrench the apartheid regime and that, as president, he has in a variety of ways failed his country.
Viewers can contact Brian
Walden immediately afterthe programme through the home page on the BBC education web site atwww.bbc.co.uk/education Director/Producer David Cox
Stereo Subtitled 74 BBC BOOKLET: for transcripts of this series send a £4.95 cheque, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]. To place an order by telephone, call [number removed]. Calls will be charged at the national rate.
* Brian Walden Questionnaire: p20


Unknown: Nelson Mandela.
Unknown: Brian Walden
Producer: David Cox
Unknown: Brian Walden

: University Challenge

Jeremy Paxman chairs another second-round match, with Magdelene College, Cambridge, returning to take on ateam from Queen's College, Belfast. Director Chris Power ; Producer
Peter Gwyn


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Director: Chris Power
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Food and Drink

Another edition of the culinary magazine programme presented by Chris Kelly.
This week chef
Antony Worrall Thompson applies his skills to creating paprika goulash, a seasonal warming stew, while Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke team up to taste and recommend a selection ofwhite wines made in North America.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producer
TimHincks Stereo
BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: available from all good newsagents CEEFAX: page


Presented By: Chris Kelly.
Unknown: Antony Worrall Thompson
Unknown: Jilly Goolden
Unknown: Oz Clarke
Producer: Moyra Rose

: The Unspoken Truth

Drama, based on a true story, starring
Lea Thompson
Brianne Hawkins is married to a brutal and possessive husband. When he picks a fightwith one of her admirers and kills him, he persuades Brianne to take responsibility forthe murder.
Faced with life imprisonment andthelossofher daughter,
Brianne at first rejects the help of her sister, but a secret is disclosed that makes her determined to fight for justice.
Director Peter Werner (1995, 15)
* See Films: pages 46-50 **
Followed by Video Nation Shorts


Unknown: Lea Thompson
Unknown: Brianne Hawkins
Director: Peter Werner
Brianne Hawkins: Lea Thompson
Margaret Trainor: Patricia Kalember
Clay Hawkins: James Marshall
Thomas Cleary: Dick Oneill
Lily Hawkins: Karis Paige Bryant
Nora: Gail Cronauer
Eileen: Freda Williams
Mrs Hawkins: Mona Lee Fultz
Greg Thorpe: Tony Frank
Janice Bogart: Marinag Palmier

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Gordon Brewer.


Presented By: Gordon Brewer.

: Snooker

David Vine introduces highlights from Wembley Conference
Centre of today's two second-round matches in the Masters tournament. Stereo .........
Followed byWeatherview


Introduces: David Vine

: The Midnight Hour

Political debate programme, presented from Westminster by Janet Street-Porter .


Unknown: Janet Street-Porter

: The Learning Zone OPEN UNIVERSITY

12.30 Climates ofOpinion-alook at the accuracy of the facts about global warming reported in the mass media? 48013 1.30
Dynamic Analysis SCHOOLS
2.00 Mathematics
4.00 Nippon BeingJapanese - the pressures involved in adhering to the Japanese ethic of living in ordertowork.
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 Models All Around
6.10 Keep Your Distance
7677051 6.35-7.00amJust

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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.

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