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: See Hear Breakfast News

With Signing. Stereo

: Teletubbies

Flamenco Dancing
The Teletubbies watch a dancing exhibition. Shown yesterday at 10am

: Captain Caveman

Prehistoric cartoon capers. Repeat ..............

: Record Breakers Gold

With
Cheryl Baker and Kriss Akabusi. Last in the series.
Shown on Monday at 4.35pm on BBCl

Contributors

Unknown: Cheryl Baker
Unknown: Kriss Akabusi.

: Postman Pat

Pat finds everybody knows it is his birthday. (Repeat)

: The Record

News from Westminster. Stereo.

: Nova T Rex Exposed

Afilm documenting the unearthingofthe first almost complete tyrannosaurus rex skeleton everfound. Repeat

: Teletubbies

Cafe Eggs. Amusingly, the Teletubbies try makingcustard.
Repeatedtomorrow at 7.15am Stereo....

: Lured

Crime drama starring
George Sanders , Lucille Ball
A dancer acts as a decoy to help catch a killer, who leaves clues written in poetry.
Director Douglas Sirk (1947)
Black and white ♦ See Films: pages 51-60 *

Contributors

Unknown: George Sanders
Unknown: Lucille Ball
Director: Douglas Sirk
Robert Fleming: George Sanders
Sandra Carpenter: Lucille Ball
Inspector Temple: Charles Coburn
Artist: Boris Karloff
Julian Wilde: Cedric Hardwicke

: Wear It Well

Terry Fox asks if designer labels are good value, and Dawn French looks at clothes inlargersizes. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Terry Fox

: Working Lunch

Consumer reports.

: Dilly the Dinosaur

Dilly wants to have a picnic. Repeat ................

: Bananaman

Animated adventures with the superhero. Repeat

: The Art and Antiques Hour

Woodgraining a bathroom cabinet and tips from Russell Harrison portrait
Photography. Repeat Stereo ......

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harrison

: Racing

Clare Balding introduces coverage of the
2.30 race from Ascot, with Richard Pitman , Jonathan Powell , Graham Rock and Peter Scudamore. Commentary by Jim McGrath. The 3.05 and 3.35 races areonBBCl.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Pitman
Unknown: Jonathan Powell
Unknown: Graham Rock
Unknown: Peter Scudamore.
Commentary By: Jim McGrath.

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Westminster withAnne Mackenzie

Live coverage from the House of Commons of Prime Minister's Question Time. Editor Alexandra Henderson

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: News

Regional News and Weather

: Change That

Design makeover show. Repeat Stereo .71

: Ready, Steady, Cook

With Fern Britton.

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton.

: Esther

On April Fools' Day, Esther Rantzen discusses practical jokes with pranksters and their victims. Repeat Stereo .

: Today's the Day

Quiz with Martyn Lewis. Stereo65

Contributors

Unknown: Martyn Lewis.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Suddenly Human. An away team finds a human survivor from a stricken Talarian vessel. But the boy regards himself as Talarian.
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Capt Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
Cmdr William Riker: Jonathan Frakes
Lt Cmdr Data: Brent Spiner
Lt Cmdr Geordi La Forge: Levar Burton
Endar: Sherman Howard
Jono: Chad Allen
Connaught: Barbara Townsend

: Sliders

The Young and the Relentless The sliders arrive in a world dominated by young people in which workers are forced to retire at the age of only 30.

Contributors

Quinn Mallory: Jerry O'Connell
Wade Wells: Sabrina Lloyd
Maximillian Arturo: John Rhys-Davies
Rembrandt Brown: Cleavant Derricks
Kyle Beck: Kyle Alisharan
Richard: Richard Cox
Margo: Laura Harris

: Counterblast

The first of six new films in which speakers expound their opinions on an issue of personal interest. The Blame Game. Personal motivator Watt Nicoll believes there is a widespread culture of blame in society, wherebya scapegoat will always be found for people's personal quibbles.
He laments the passing of an age when people shrugged off bad luck and carried on with life.
The future, Nicoll says, lies in taking personal responsibility.
Producer Jackie Osei-Tutu ; Executive producer DebbieChristie Stereo Subtitled 2

Contributors

Unknown: Watt Nicoll
Producer: Jackie Osei-Tutu

: Antonio Carluccio'sSouthern Italian Feast

The Italian chef returns with six culinary explorations into the delights to be found in the southern area of his motherland.
Sardinia. The island of Sardinia is the first stop, where he prepares grilled mushrooms and ravioli for Chelsea and Italy striker Gianfranco Zola , one of the island's principal sporting sons. Seetoday'schoices.
Producer CaiusJulyan: Executive producer Peter Bazalgette CEEFAX: page
BBC BOOK: Antonio Carluccio 's Southern ItalianFeast. price £17. 99
♦ Here comes the sun, page 29
Competitions and giveaways: pl36

Contributors

Unknown: Gianfranco Zola
Producer: Peter Bazalgette
Unknown: Antonio Carluccio

: Home Front

The DIY and interior- design magazine show returns for 12 new shows.
Tonight Anne McKevitt designs two shower rooms. plus news of the renovation of a Norfolk barn, and the Young Designer of the Year contest.
Presented by Tessa Shaw , with Jocasta Innes , Kevin McCloud , Peter Plaskett and Fiona
Samler. See today's choices. Series producer Franny Moyle
BBC BOOKS: a selection of books on kitchens, bathrooms, children's rooms and storage is available, price £7 .99 each

Contributors

Unknown: Anne McKevitt
Presented By: Tessa Shaw
Unknown: Jocasta Innes
Unknown: Kevin McCloud
Unknown: Peter Plaskett
Producer: Franny Moyle

: Modern Times

Friends
Agroup of close-knit friends who have reached theirthirties face the prospect of making difficult decisions in both their personal lives and professional careers. See today's choices.
Producer Emma Hewitt ; Editor
Stephen Lambert # See John Peel : page 9

Contributors

Producer: Emma Hewitt
Editor: Stephen Lambert
Unknown: John Peel

: A Woman Called Smith

The widow of the former Labour leader John Smith. Elizabeth, talks about the lastings effects on herof his death in 1994. Director Helena Appio
Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff
Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Leader: John Smith.
Director: Helena Appio
Producer: Edward Mirzoeff

: Room 101

Nick Hancock invites Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson to jettison his pet hates into oblivion.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Ussa Evans Repeat Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Hancock
Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Ussa Evans

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.

: Jazz 606

Penultimate show in thejazz series from Chelsea's 606 Club.
Street beat poet Lemn Sissay introduces guitarist Billy Jenkins with the Voice of the People. singer Diana Krall , saxophonist Don Weller with his quartet, and big band the Ray Gelato Giants. Director Jonathan Haswell ; Producer
Andy King Stereo....................
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Introduces: Lemn Sissay
Guitarist: Billy Jenkins
Singer: Diana Krall
Unknown: Don Weller
Director: Jonathan Haswell

: The Midnight Hourwith Andrew Neil

Political Chat Show.

: BBC Learning Zone

Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Sex and the Single Gene? Subtitled 26289 1.00 The Art of Breathing Subtitled 48550 1.30 Food
GCSE BITESIZE REVISION
2.00 Science 2 Biology LANGUAGES
4.00 The New Get by in Spanish (part 2)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update
5.30 RCN Nursing Update OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Body Plans
6.10 Insect Diversity
6.35-7.00am Molluscs,
Mechanisms and Minds








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