Note: repeats are not indicated.
6.05 The Care Industry 6-35 Classical Sculpture andthe
Enlightenment Subtitled 6751404 7.00 Surviving the Exam
Presenter Peter Curran 's guests at Cyberia, the London internet cafe, are DJ Chris Tarrant , who talks about his venture into the world of men's fashion, and management pundit Charles Handy , who Provides his business thought for the day.
Repeat Stereo CEEFAX: page
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/businesscafe/
Spanish language series and guide to Hispanic culture. A painter and a radio reporter use travel language as they take a bus journey through the Andes in Ecuador. Narrated by Ricardo Velez and Perpe Caja. (Repeat) (Stereo)
8.30 Fireman Sam
Animated fun from the village of Pontypandy.
8.40 The Prince of Atlantis
Animation. Akata faces three evil phantom pirates.
9.05 The Little Vampire
Drama about young boy and two unusual friends who live in a graveyard.
The entertainment show returns with the hotel under the management of Chris Jarvis. Gail Porter and Tim Vincent. Featuring a look at what's new in the Marketplace in The Real Review, music from indie vocalist Hinda Hicks and the bands Boyzone and Catatonia, cartoons Dennis the Menace and Popeye and Son, and a feature on the first Radio 1 roadshow of the year, which took place in Sheffield on Easter Monday, with DJs Zoe Ball and Kevin Greening.
See Family: page 40
Adouble bill of the animated comedy.
Marge Gets a Job. Marge catches the eye of Mr Burns when she takes a job at the Power plant where Homer works. Featuring the voice of Tom Jones. Shown last Monday Stereo
Dancin' Homer. Homer becomes the mascot for a major-league baseball team. Featuring the voice of Tony Bennett.
Repeat Stereo New Kid on the Block is tomorrow at 6pm
Soul diva Mica Paris talks about Stay, her tribute to Sly Stone, and Tori Amos discusses her single Sparks. Jamie
Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss also meet popgroupthe Dandy Warhols and Drugstore, who are collaborating with Radiohead vocalist Thorn Yorke. Plus news, views and a music survey.
IbizaSunset. an OZone special. is on Friday at 7.10pm
A review of the week's principal political events in the South East REGIONAL PROGRAMME
David Vine introduces live second-round coverage from the Crucible in Sheffield, with Dougie Donnelly providing more behind-the-scenes news and views on the ninth day of the world championship. Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Jim Meadowcroft , John Spencer and John Parrott are in the commentary box.
Throughoutthe winter, The
Animal Zone featured the video diaries of scientists around the world who have recorded their work with animals. Here, their recent observations provide an update on an eventful year.
The people whose work is followed include Claudio Sillero , who has been keeping an eye on wolf pups in Ethiopia; Paul Yoxon , coping with ayoung otter on Skye; and Ralph Arbus , who faced a dilemma when one of his orang-utans in Borneo became sick. Narrated by Sean Barrett. Producer Anne Marie Goodwin ; Series producer Paul Appleby
Highlights of this morning's race in which thousands of runners attempted to improve their best times on the gruelling 26.2-mile course. Stereo
Europe's leaders will be meeting this week to decide which countries are ready to join the single currency. But what are the prospects of realising this ambition? The Money Programme travels to industrial Germany and rural Ireland to find out how two very different countries might fare when merged into one single currency block. The Money Changers - the Struggle fortheEuro follows at 8pm. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Concluding the series charting the path to monetary union. In 1991, the late
Frangois Mitterand , then president of France, and German Chancellor Helmut Kohl set a start date for
Economic and Monetary Union, and the timetable for its implementation was agreed at the Maastricht Summit.
However, the pound soon dropped out of the European
Monetary System -the qualifier for EMU membership-andthe French franc narrowly avoided the same fate. The project's progress was further hindered by the anarchy of currency markets and public scepticism. Producer Bill Treharne Jones
Further action from the best-of-25-frames second round at the Crucible in Sheffield. Presented byDavidVine.
Angus Deayton hosts the topical news quiz, with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
Shown last Friday Stereo Subtitlied.19274
Home ls the Hero. Terry's return has not been a happy one - his parents are away, it's freezing cold and there's no food anywhere in the house. Thelma is resolutely against the idea of putting him up, but then Bob devises the perfect solution.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Producer James Gilbert
Crime thriller starring
Anjelica Huston, John Cusack, Annette Bening
Present-day Los Angeles is the seedy stamping ground for Roy Dillon, a small-time con man or "grifter". When his estranged mother Lilly comes to town for a racing scam, their reunion proves painful, especially when Roy's devious girlfriend Myra reveals her criminal inclinations.
The results prove brutally tragic.
See Films: pages 54-60
Followed by Weatherview
Crime drama starring
Tom Neal , Ann Savage
Al Roberts , a nightclub pianist, hitchhikes to Hollywood to visit his girlfriend. En route he is the victim of a bizarre accident.
Director EdgarG Ulmer (1945, U)
Black and white Subtitled....... ♦ See Films: pages 54-60
Charles Haskell Jr:
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2.00 Newsfile 2
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme-focusing on people. OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Making Teams Work 1301468 6.10 A Lesson in Progress? 9976391 6.35-7.00am English Only in America?
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