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: Teletubbies

Boom Boom Dance
Some children dance to drum music.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................

: Smurfs' Adventures

More forest frolics with the blue folk. Repeat.

: The Really Wild Show

Remarkable facts from the animal world, with Michaela Strachan. Repeat Subtitled .............

Contributors

Unknown: Michaela Strachan.

: Noah's Island

More polar bear antics.
Repeat Subtitled ............................

: King Greenfingers

The king neglects royal duties and picks strawberries instead. Repeated at 3.25pm on BBC1 Repeat.

: Harry and the Hendersons

The Bride and Gloom. Brett decides to marryanaupair. Repeat Subtitled.

: School programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) EarlyPeople-Shelter
9.25 Techno (ages 11-13) Food
8318526 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages
5-7) The Very Hungry Caterpillar

: Children's BBC Teletubbies

Peacocks. Andy Brown and some children look at peacocks.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am .....

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Brown

: School programmes

10.30 Numbertime 1-10 (ages 4-6)
NumberOne 9635878 10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Types of Materials -Protection 9623033 11.00 Around Scotland (ages
10-12) Scotland during the Second World War the Threat from Above
11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 11-13) France 2000-Paris: Growth ofa WorldCity Subtitled 3391946 11.40
Science in Action (ages 11-14) States of Matter Subtitled 7561694 12.00 Teaching Today Art Classics-Primary

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news

: Joshua Jones

Animated tales. Ravi searches fortreasure. Repeat

: The Little Polar Bear

Animatedtales from the North Pole. Repeat.......

: The Countryside Hour

Series in which Bob Langley tours the British countryside. Today he's in Aberdeenshire, where he learns exactly what a ghillie does .....

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Langley

: News

and Regional News

: Liberal Democrat Party Conference

Live coverage from Brighton .where including a debate on Europe. David Steel discusses today's debate on Europe with Huw Edwards and Diana Madill.

Contributors

Unknown: . David Steel
Unknown: Huw Edwards
Unknown: Diana Madill.

: News

and Regional News

: Change That

Today's edition of the design roadshow comes from Bath. Presented by Mark Curry.

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Curry

: Ready Steady Cook

Fern Britton presents another culinary time-trial challenge. Subtitled .....

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton

: Esther

Single career-minded women who tell guest presenter Kaye Adams how they disappointed their mothers by not marrying. Guests include TV presenter
Magenta DeVine.

Contributors

Presenter: Kaye Adams
Presenter: Magenta Devine.

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

HalfaLife. Troi's mother falls for a shy scientist.
Repeat Subtitled .................. Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6pm

: Conference Talk

Live phone-in from the Liberal Democrat party conference, hosted by Andrew Neil. With guest Menzies Campbell, MP for Fife North East.
Contact details Tuesday Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Neil.

: Black Britain

The magazine programme returns for a new, eight-part series, hosted by Rianna Scipio. The Missing Girls
In March last year Joyce Fusin , a 17-year-old Liberian asylum-seeker, was taken to a social services home near Brighton, then vanished withouttrace.
Joyce is one of 12 young female asylum-seekers who have disappeared in Sussex in the pastfouryears.
Brenda Emmanus investigates. Plus DJ Fat Freddy and comedian Curtis Walker look atthe week's news.
Series producer Maxine Watson : Executive producerPatrickYounge Subtitled ..

Contributors

Unknown: Rianna Scipio.
Unknown: Joyce Fusin
Unknown: Brenda Emmanus
Unknown: Curtis Walker
Producer: Maxine Watson

: University Challenge

Teams from Harris Manchester
College, Oxford, and Selwyn
College, Cambridge, compete for a place in the second round. Quizmaster is Jeremy Paxman. DirectorVernon Antcliff; Producer
Peter Gwyn

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Two Fat Ladies

Barristers. Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright prepare a dinnerto be served in the Great Hall at Lincoln's Inn, London. They produce beef in pastry, salmon mousse with cucumber sauce, Swiss chard with garlic and anchovies, and "strawberry breasts."
Director Alison Field: Series producer
Patricia Llewellyn

Contributors

Unknown: Jennifer Paterson
Unknown: Clarissa Dickson Wright
Producer: Patricia Llewellyn

: Living with the Enemy

Series of documentaries that put ideologically opposed people together so that they may find common ground.
Old Labour/New Labour. Paul Dainton , a Labourparty memberfor 30 years, has lost faith and torn up his membership card. He meets
Derek Draper , the New Labour lobbyist who was recently atthe centre of the "cash for access" row, and spends a week gaining an insight into Draper's world of spin doctors, champagne receptions and a fast lifestyle. Director Vivianne Howard : Executive producer Debbie Christie Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Paul Dainton
Unknown: Derek Draper
Director: Vivianne Howard
Producer: Debbie Christie

: Close Up: Manic Street Preachers

Continuing the arts and popular culture documentary series.
In 1996, eight years of ambition and dedication paid off for Welsh band Manic Street Preachers when their album "Everything Must Go" became a multi-million seller. Their success came despite the unexplained disappearance in 1995 of their fourth member, guitarist and lyricist Richey Edwards. The film blends archive interviews, home movie and live stage footage of the band as they discuss how the loss of Edwards affected them.

Contributors

Musicians: Manic Street Preachers
Director: Mike Connolly
Series Editor: Michael Poole

: Jonathan Miller on Reflection

Series in which Jonathan Miller looks at how artists use mirrors and reflections in their paintings. Tonight he shows how things are only visible by reflection from primary light sources. Producer Patricia Wheatley

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Miller
Producer: Patricia Wheatley

: Newsnight

Presented by Gordon Brewer.
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Presented By: Gordon Brewer.

: Raiders of the Human Body

The last of three documentary profiles of early anatomists.
Fragonard the Obscure. In the 18th century Honore Fragonard , director ofthe French Royal Veterinary School, is said to have exhumed the body of his deceased girlfriend, preserved it and skinned it.

Contributors

Unknown: Honore Fragonard

: Grace under Fire

Grace Graduates. Having graduated in with a degree in English literature, Grace is frustrated at the low-gradejobs that are available................
Followed by Weatherview

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Shaping Up 88415 1.00 Projecting Visions 24366 1.30 What You Never Knew about Sex
SCHOOLS
2.00 ZigZag LANGUAGES
4.00 Introducing Deutsch Plus-an overview; Deutsch Plus 1-2
(With subtitles)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCNNursingUpdate Gender Matters-Women's Health
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Jets and Black Holes
5983163 6.10 Cosmology on Trial Subtitled 9738250 6.35-7.00am
Survivingthe Exam








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