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: See Hear Breakfast News

With signing. Stereo

: Teletubbies

Ned's Geraniums. The
Teletubbies watch Ned help his father.
Shown yesterday at 10am

: Captain Caveman

Cartoon fun with the prehistoric superhero. Repeat.6296775

: Blue Peter

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

: Brum

Adventures of a little car in a motor museum. Repeat Stereo...

: The Record

Parliamentary update.

: School programmes

Note: all programmes are in stereo; repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13)
9816107 9.25 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Division: Divide by Three
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5)

: Teletubbies

Digging in the Sand for
Crabs. The Teletubbies play on the slide and walk sideways, while Andy Brown and some youngsters search for crustaceans. Repeated tomorrowat 7.15am

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Brown

: School programmes

10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5)
10.45 Teaching Today Primary Science 341862 11.15 ZigZag (ages 7-9)
Geography: Kenya from the Air
11.35 English File (ages 11-14) Getthe Meaning: A Midsummer Night's Dream 1736423 11.55 Lifeschool (ages 14+) 1747539 12.20 Showcase

: Working Lunch

Consumer issues,

: The Family Ness

Adventures of the monsterfamily. Repeat

: Tales of the Tooth Fairies

With the voice of Penelope Keith. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Penelope Keith.

: The Leisure Hour

Cheryl Baker and Howard Stableford take a steam-train ride in Wales, look at old caravans, experience tap dancing, find out the secrets of synchronised swimming and sample Italian cookery. Stereo.

Contributors

Unknown: Cheryl Baker

: Make or Break

It's a Jungle out There. RajandParsh
Batra stake theirfinancial future on the success of their computer recruitment agency in the City.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Westminster with Anne Mackenzie

News of today's political developments in Parliament. Stereo Subtitled .......

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Gardening from Scratch

Helen Yemm creates colourful borders from seed. Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Helen Yemm

: Change That

Design roadshow. Repeat Stereo .

: Ready, Steady, Cook

Cookery challenge show. Stereo .

: Esther

Esther Rantzen discusses female alcoholism, Agony aunt Mollie Parkin , with her daughter Sophie, and journalist Derek Jameson and wife Ellen relate their experiences,

Contributors

Unknown: Esther Rantzen
Unknown: Mollie Parkin
Unknown: Derek Jameson

: Today's the Day

Quiz about bygone years, Stereo ........

: 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

Ab-Dick-Ted. Dick, excited to learn Dr Albright has a brother, asks herto invite him to dinner.
Repeat Stereo

: BBC Young Musicians 98

National Brass Final
Rve teenage brass players give exhibitions of their virtuosity with the aim of reaching
Sunday's concert final. The contestants are Alison Balsom , Niall Keatley and David Hilton
(trumpet), Sam Elliott-makinga record third appearance in the finals-on the tuba, and French-horn player Mark Almond. The jury comprises Paul Archibald , James Gourlay and Michael Thompson. Hosted by Stephanie Hughes , with Charles Hazlewood. Director David Stevens ; Series producer Caroline Speed The woodwind final is tomorrow at 7.10pm Stereo ....
WATER WEEK

Contributors

Unknown: Alison Balsom
Unknown: Niall Keatley
Unknown: David Hilton
Unknown: Sam Elliott-Makinga
Unknown: Mark Almond.
Unknown: Paul Archibald
Unknown: James Gourlay
Unknown: Michael Thompson.
Unknown: Stephanie Hughes
Unknown: Charles Hazlewood.
Director: David Stevens

: First Sight

Running Water
With the water business booming, Michael Delahaye asks whether customers are getting value for their money as he takes water bosses in the region to task on their companies' practices.
Producer Neill Angier ; Executive producer
JohnSamson Subtitled ................ WetOreams istonightatl0.20pm REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Delahaye
Producer: Neill Angier

: Local Heroes

Adam Hart-Davis cycles around Ireland to rediscover some scientific milestones. He looks at how John Tyndall found the sky was blue, how
Charles Parsons used a telescope to see spiral galaxies, and why catamaran inventor
William Petty revived a hanging woman.

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Unknown: John Tyndall
Unknown: Charles Parsons
Unknown: William Petty

: Top Gear

Jeremy Clarkson attempts to prove his assertion that fast cars are the safest, Quentin Willson looks at prices for a second-hand Saab 900, plus a guide to Swedish car-buying.
Producer Chris Richards ; Editor Jon Bentley
Repeated in Menzone on Saturday
WEB SITE: [web address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Quentin Willson
Producer: Chris Richards
Editor: Jon Bentley

: Steptoe and Son

Classic comedy with the father-and-son rag-and-bone business. AnyOld /ron?Albert is becoming seriously concerned about a dealer's interest in Harold.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Duncan Wood
Repeat

Contributors

Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Albert Steptoe: Wilfrid Brambell
Harold Steptoe: Harry Hcorbett
Timothy Stanhope: Richard Hurndall
Dolly: Valerie Bell
Edgar: Roger Avon

: Horizon The Limits to Birth

Medical advances have made it possible for babies to survivejust
23 weeks into their mothers' pregnancy. But is it ethical, or even desirable, to try saving such babies when they are running the risk of handicap?
This documentary looks at the latest radical breakthroughs in neonatal medicine, focusing on the extraordinary case of a baby who confounded her doctors.
See today's choices.
Producer Liz Tucker ; Series editor
John Lynch
WATER WEEK

Contributors

Producer: Liz Tucker
Editor: John Lynch

: Wet Dreams

Psychologists delve into human evolutionary experiences to attempt to explain people's perceptions of water.
Director Amir Amirani ; Series producer
Julia Simmonds

Contributors

Director: Amir Amirani
Producer: Julia Simmonds

: Party Political Broadcast

By the Conservative Party. With in-vision subtitles.

: Newsnight

WithKirstyWark.

: Late Review

Mark Lawson is joined by Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson to review a selection ofthe week's cultural highs and lows.
Series producer Janet Lee ; Editor
Michael Poole
Followed by Skiing Forecast

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Tom Paulin
Unknown: Allison Pearson
Producer: Janet Lee
Editor: Michael Poole

: The Midnight Hour with Tariq Ali

Political chat show, presented byTariqAli.

: BBC Learning Zone

Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 A New Way of Life
57602 1.00 England's Green and Pleasant Land 93553 1.30
Child's Play FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 KeySkills StudySkills TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education Amistad
78805 4.30 Film Education
Regeneration TEACHER TRAINING
5.00 Windows on the World
School Linking and the Internet 68379 5.30 Teaching Today Special 11 OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Global Firms in the Industrialising East
7397027 6.10 Death and Dying OneFact, Many Facets
6.35-7.00am Modellinginthe
Motor Industry








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