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: Teletubbies

Guessing Game. A book appears in Teletubbyland. Meanwhile, Laa-Laa has fun countingthe rabbits.
Shown yesterday at 10am Stereo .......

: The Kwicky Koala Show

Animated tales with the marsupial. Repeat.

: The Lowdown

Four 13-year-olds - two boys and two girls -talk candidly about theirexperiences of the pangs of young love and romance.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

: Yogi's Treasure Hunt

More cartoon capers with the bearwho's smarter than average. Repeat .........................

: The Greedysaurus Gang

Adventures offive young dinosaurs, led by the eternally hungry greedysaurus. Repeat

: The Record

Updates on Parliamentary news from
Westminster. Stereo ..................

: School programmes

Note: all programmes are in stereo; repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Belief File (ages 11-16) Christianity in Britain -a look at the spiritual significance of Glastonbury.
9.30 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+)-the storyof the Creation. 3467464 9.45
Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)

: Teletubbies

Painting Swings. The
Teletubbies watch some children painting pictures and play peek-a-boo.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am Repeat

: School programmes

10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6)
10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) - Alf converts his kitchen into a tropical greenhouse.
9344087 11.00 Folk Dance (ages 9-12)-explainingdifferent country dances.
5177938 11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 13-16) -future trends in the USA. 1718464 11.40 Watch Out (ages 7-11)-new life in spring. 2080209 11.55 Hands Up! (ages 3-7) -with signing for deaf children. 3325919 12.10 Taking Issue (ages 14+)-a Belfast boy whose father was shot loses his faith.

: Working Lunch

Consumer reports.

: Dilly the Dinosaur

Dilly and family go to the beach and play a game of looking fortreasure. Repeat

: Bananaman

Animated adventures with the superhero. Repeat

: World Snooker

Dougie Donnelly presents the pick of the action from this morning's frames in the first-round world championship matches in Sheffield involving Steven Lee and Darren Morgan.
2.35 News
Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly
Unknown: Steven Lee
Unknown: Darren Morgan.

: Westminster with Anne Mackenzie

Live coverage from the House of Commons of Prime Minister's Question Time. Editor Alexandra Henderson
3.55 News
Regional News and Weather 3439

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: World Snooker

David Vine presents furtherfirst-round coverage from the Crucible. Prodigiously talented Ronnie O'Sullivan , who last year recorded the fastest time for a maximum
147 break, takes on Joe Swail while
Canada's Alain Robidoux clashes with MatthewStevens. Stereo ................

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: Ronnie O'Sullivan
Unknown: Joe Swail
Unknown: Alain Robidoux

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Reunion. Picard is chosen to mediate between rivals forthe command of the Klingon empire. Repeat Stereo
Star Trek: Voyager is tomorrow at 6pm

Contributors

Capt Jean-Luc Picard: Patrick Stewart
CmdrWilliam Riker: Jonathan Frakes
LtCmdrData: Brent Spiner
Lt Cmdr Geordi LaForge: Levar Burton
LtWorf: Michael Dorn
K'Ehleyr: Suzie Plakson

: Sliders

AsTimeGoesBy. InNueva
Espana, USA, Quinn runs into an old high-school sweetheart.
Then his friends are arrested, and a nightmare unfolds.

Contributors

Quinn Mallory: Jerry O'Connell
Wade Wells: Sabrina Lloyd
Maximillian Arturo: John Rhys-Davies
Rembrandt Brown: Cleavant Derricks
Daelin: Brooke Langton
El Padron: Francisco Trujillo

: Counterblast

Speakers expound their views on a matter of personal interest. Where Scientists Fear to Tread
Scientist and journalist
Robert Matthews considers the attitude of orthodox science towards the paranormal. He champions research at Edinburgh University supporting the existence of telepathy and suggests science is ignoring what could be one of the discoveries of the century. But Professor Peter Atkins contends that scientists should not waste time on claims he believes are nonsense.
Director Suni Aden; Producer
Michael MacCormack

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Matthews
Unknown: Professor Peter Atkins
Director: Suni Aden;
Producer: Michael MacCormacK

: Antonio Carluccio's Southern Italian Feast

The Italian chef continues his culinary exploration through the south of his homeland.
Sicily. Carluccio becomes part of the crew searching for octopus on a moonlit fishing trip. He puts the ensuing catch to good use in a dish with wine and chilli and served with pasta.
He visits one of the oldest companies producing marsala and incorporates it in a southern speciality with lamb, garlic and local wild fennel, plus pasta with artichokes, beans and peas.
Producer Caius Julyan; Executive producer Peter Bazalgette CEEFAX: page
BBC BOOK: Antonio Carluccio 's Southern Italian Feast, price£17.99
* Nuts about tuna: page 34

Contributors

Producer: Peter Bazalgette
Unknown: Antonio Carluccio

: Home Front

The do-it-yourself and interior-design magazine this week comes from the BBC Good
Homes Show at the National
Exhibition Centre. Birmingham. Presenter Tessa Shaw reports on the latest fads and fashions in home-decorating,
Kevin McCloud forecasts interiors for the future and Peter Plaskitt has tips on wallpapering.
Meanwhile, the conversion of the Lewsey family's barn in Norfolk continues with the plastering of the drawing room. See today's choices. Series producer Franny Moyle

Contributors

Presenter: Tessa Shaw
Unknown: Kevin McCloud
Unknown: Peter Plaskitt
Producer: Franny Moyle

: World Snooker

Stephen Hendry starts his quest for a seventh world title at the Crucible in Sheffield. By his own admission. Hendryhas not been showing the consistency of recent years. Tonight he begins his first-round match against old rival Jimmy White , now ranked world number 21, who had to qualifyforthis year's tournament. With David Vine.

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Hendry
Unknown: Jimmy White
Unknown: David Vine.

: Room 101

Nick Hancock invites DJ and television presenter
Chris Tarrant to talk about the things he hates most, including clowns, opera and Sooty. Director Geraldine Dowd
Producer Lissa Evans
Repeat Stereo
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Nick Hancock
Presenter: Chris Tarrant
Director: Geraldine Dowd
Producer: Lissa Evans

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.

: World Snooker

Three more first-round matches were played to a finish this evening. Dougie Donnelly has all the news and reaction from day five atthe Crucible.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Dougie Donnelly

: The Midnight Hour with Andrew Neil

Political chat show. Stereo.

: BBC Learning Zone

Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 HealingtheWhole 30101 1.00 The Nature of Impacts and Their Impacts on Nature - studyingcraters on the Earth's surface. Stereo
76052 1.30 The KT Event - did a meteor wipe out the dinosaurs?
SCHOOLS
2.00 Geography LANGUAGES
4.00 Italianissimo9-12
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Trouble at the Top Robin Rides Again - the tale of a man who tries to save Reliant Motors from Closure.
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Nerves-nervousdiseases.
5278920 6.10 Insect Hormones-the life of the tobacco hornworm.
4227043 6.35-7.00am Regulation and Control - animal feeding patterns.








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