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: Pingu

Penguin adventures.
Repeat..........................................

: Teletubbies

Sing a Song of Sixpence
Some children sing a nursery rhyme.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................

: Snorks

Marine animation..

: Blue Peter

Edition for Science Week.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBCl Subtitled.

: Taz-mania

Wild cartoon fun.
First shown on ITV

: Polka Dot Shorts

More antics in the Land of Roo with Polkaroo

: Wishing

Pre-school entertainment.
Repeatedatlpm Repeat .................

: School programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Wise Up (ages 16+) 7572166 9.10 Job Bank (ages 14-19) Information Officer Subtitled 7561050 9.20 Job Bank (ages 14-19) Assistant Radio Producer/DJ
Subtitled 8731673 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Weather- Temperature 8693147 9.45
Come Outside (ages 4-5) Stones

: Teletubbies

Caterpillars. Andy Brown and two children look at caterpillars.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am

Contributors

Unknown: Andy Brown

: School programmes

10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) Scruff/Kipper 9133876 10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) Electricity and Magnetism
11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Recycling Materials 9304499 11.15 ZigZag(ages 7-9) Environment: Water, Air and Land Subtitled 3147031 11.35 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Sikhism
11.50 Mad about Music (ages 11-16)
Love Variations 6476741 12.10 English File (ages 11-16) Throwaways (episode 4) Dramatised by Ian Strachan

Contributors

Dramatised By: Ian Strachan

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news.......

: Wishing

Pre-school fun.
Shown at 8.50am............................

: The History Hour

1.10 War Walks
Professor Richard Holmes visits the scene of 1690s Battle ofthe Boyne in Ireland. Repeat
Then at 1.40 Hart-Davis on History Adam Hart-Davis hears Richard III blame Tudor spin doctors for his wretched reputation.
Videoplus code for1.10-1.40pm Code for 1.40-2.10pm Code for 1.10-2.10pm (not PDC)

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Richard Holmes
Unknown: Richard Iii

: Awash with Colour

Dermot Cavanagh paints on Aran Island, off the coast of County Donegal.
First shown on BBC Northern Ireland ....
2.40 News and Regional News

Contributors

Unknown: Dermot Cavanagh

: Westminster

Parliamentary news. Subtitled ....
3.25 News and Regional News

: The Village

The Holmes family is split by a bitter feud. First shown on ITV

: Kaye

More studio guests share their problems and receive expert advice...........

: Ready Steady Cook

Cookery challenge.

: Esther

Guests are people who are celibate by choice or circumstance.

: Whose House?

Eric Knowles and Charlie Dimmock try to work out who lives in today's property.

Contributors

Unknown: Eric Knowles
Unknown: Charlie Dimmock

: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Dax. Lieutenant Dax is arrested and charged with treason and murder for a crime committed
30 years ago.
Repeat

: Quantum Leap

Star-Crossed. In the body of a seventies English professor,
Sam Beckett struggles with an over-amorous student and the prospect of a shotgun wedding. Repeat Subtitled ..................

Contributors

Unknown: Sam Beckett

: Making It

The first of a six-part series following some of Britain's most talented design graduates as they launch their careers.
Tonight, Dean Carbis and Toby Birkinhead from Coventry University are taken on by American sports shoe giants Reebok, which wants them to bring a fresh approach to its designs. But, withjust three months to settle in Boston, will the pair make their mark? ProducerTimDunn
Series editor Keith Alexander
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..........

Contributors

Unknown: Dean Carbis
Unknown: Toby Birkinhead
Editor: Keith Alexander

: Fred Dibnah's Industrial Age

A series celebrating Britain's industrial heritage.
Railways. Fred Dibnah evokes nostalgia for steam locomotives as he visits museum collections in York and Darlington, travels on a replica of Stephenson's
Rocket, andstokestheboilerof afifties passengertrain as it speeds through the countryside. Producer David Hall ; Executive producers Mike Greenwood and Paddy McCreanor
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........ FURTHER INFORMATION: fordetails of industrial heritage sites, telephone
[number removed] (calls cost a maximum of lOp); for a poster pack. send a cheque for £3. payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/dibnah

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Dibnah
Producer: David Hall
Producers: Mike Greenwood
Unknown: Fred Dibnah

: Top Gear

The motoring show returns for a new series.
Presenter Tiff Needell tries to break a British speed record in the McLaren F1, while new recruit James May test-drives the Rover 75. See today's choices. Digital widescreen
Quentin Willson's Questionnaire: page 16

Contributors

Presenter: Tiff Needell
Presenter: James May
Producer: Chris Richards
Editor: Jon Bentley

: Red Dwarf VIII

KrytieTV. Kryten starts his own television station to entertain the prisoners, and the ratings soar with the broadcast of Women's 's Shower Night.
Written by Doug Naylor and Paul Alexander Director/Producer Ed Bye Repeated next Sunday BBC VIDEO: Red Dwarf VII vols 1-3 available from retailers from 29 March, £12.99 each

Contributors

Written By: Doug Naylor
Written By: Paul Alexander
Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Lister: Craig Charles
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Kochanski: Chloe Annett
Holly: Norman Lovett
Ackerman: Graham McTavish
Kill Crazy: Jake Wood
Man in film: Mark Caven
Woman in film: Sarah Wateridge
Guard: Clifford Barry

: Horizon New Asteroid Danger

The threat of a massive asteroid impact causing human extinction may seem like and be - the stuff of science fiction, but scientists believe that a smaller asteroid with the destructive powerof the Hiroshima atomic bomb will hit the Earth within the next 50 years. What danger could a strike poseforthe planet? See today's choices. Producer Andrew Thompson Series editor John Lynch
Digital widescreen Subtitled .... # Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 34

Contributors

Producer: Andrew Thompson

: Tales of Tools

Tools and people who use them. The Drill. Takinga look atthe work of a dental surgeon and a craftsman who creates oboes.
Director Bruce Hepton
Executive producer Saul Nasse
Digital widescreen Subtitled ....

Contributors

Director: Bruce Hepton

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.

: Late Review

Mark Lawson is joined by Allison Pearson , Tony Parsons and Tom Paulin to review the week's cultural highlights. Series producer Mark Bell
Editor Michael Poole
Followed by Skiing Forecast

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Allison Pearson
Unknown: Tony Parsons
Unknown: Tom Paulin
Editor: Michael Poole

: Despatch Box

What'sgoingon in Parliament, with Garth Crooks..............

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Playing Safe
1.00 ReinventingtheCity-New
York and Los Angeles. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 The Key to the Application of NumberTwo
TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 The British Film industry Today 63906 4.30 Marketing Movies
TEACHER TRAINING
5.00 Teaching Today Special TeacherReading OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Reflections on a Global
Screen
6.10-7.00am Reading the Landscape








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