6.05 The VernacularTradition
8511996 6.30 The Passion for
Distinctiveness 34199 7.00 La Bonne
Formule 70341707.25 World Wise-Big World 6850644 7.30 Quantum Leaps-Uncertain Principles
8.00 Personal Passions-withDJ
Meeting friends and shopping for clothes. (Repeat)
More animated mischief. Repeat
Animation.The crime-fighting toddlertries to save some dinosaurs. Repeat ......................
The children's entertainment series with Tim Vincent , Chris Jarvis and Kate Heavenor. This week's guests are The
Naked Chef Jamie Oliver , EastEnder Dean Gaffney and former Spice Girl
Geri Halliwell. There's music from Lulu, Three Colours Red and Precious, this year's UK
Eurovision entry. Plus reviews, cartoon fun, showbiz news, games and competitions. Director Maria Stewart ; Series producer
Ed Gray. ............................................ CONTACT DETAILS: write to [address removed], or send an e-mail to [address removed]
Website: www.bbc.co. uk/fullybooked/
Followed by Rewind 1934: the Toymaker A 14-year-old's dilemma aboutjoining the familyfirm.Lego.
Then 1935: HitlerYouth. The story of a former member of the HitlerYouth.
Interviews with the Backstreet Boys, Skunk Anansie and Terrorvision.
Shown last Tuesday
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Sit-down sofa humour and sketches, with Stewart Lee and Richard Herring. Revised at 6.50pm
A weekly review of key political events in the south east. With Shaun Ley. ..... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.35 Motorsport Highlights of roundsfive and six of the Touring Car championship, from Thruxton. Honda's James Thompson leads the championship standings after the first four races with Jason Plato second and Matt Neal third. Commentary by Charlie Cox and John Watson.
2.30,3.30 Three-Day Eventing On the final day of the Badminton Horse Trials, coverage starts with highlights of the cross-country phase, followed by live action from today's show-jumping finale, won last year by Britain's Chris Bartle. Commentary by Michael Tucker ,
Lorna Clarke , Lucinda Green and Sharron Davies.
3.20 Final Score Featuring football news ofthelastday of division one.
4.20 Rugby Union Highlightsofoneof this weekend's key Premiership fixtures. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
5.10Basketball Highlights of last week's League championshipfinal at Wembley Arena. Commentary provided by Stuart Storey and Alton Byrd.
5.50 News Roundup Today'sresults.
TV presentation (three-day eventing) Barbara Slater Editor Michael Cole Digital widescreen
Videoplus code for 1.30-6.05 .......... Code for 1.30-4.20 (not PDC) Code for 4.20-6.05 (not PDC)
Who Cares in War?
Overstretched aid organisations are struggling to cope with the overwhelming numbers of Kosovars seeking refuge in Macedonia and Albania. Amid criticisms of the British government's slow response to the crisis, Jackie Ashleyjoined the International Development
Comm ittee as they assessed for themselves what more could be done. Appalled bywhatthey saw.theyputtheirfindingsto International Development Secretary Clare Short.
Producer Sarah Harrison ; Editor
Waking Moments. The crew fall victim to an alien race that puts themtosleep. Subtitled ... Star Trek: the Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
A report on whether Individual Savings Accounts - or Isas -will transform Britain into a nation of savers or turn out to be a policy flop. Presented by Maya Even .
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Conclusions 1990... and After
The old orderfalls apart as the United States proves the stronger and the USSR implodes. A shadow lifts and the balance of terror that has kept the peace in Europe for more than 40 years vanishes.
But there is no new world order. Yugoslav nationalism returns with a vengeance,
Germany is reunited, Russia's economy lies in ruins as it awaits its future, and the US counts the peace dividend and social cost. Last in the series.
Series producer Martin Smith : Executive producers Jeremy Isaacs and Pat Mitchell Digital widescreen Subtitled .....
Aten-part look at some of the best food in Britain.
Tonight, a visitto Swaddles Green Farm near Chard in Somerset, where Bill and Charlotte Reynolds produce free-range, organic meat.
Series producer David Berry ; Executive producers Nicholas Lander , Edward Mirzoeff
Jancis Robinson 's
Questionnaire: page 21
Satirical quiz with guest TV chef Clarissa Dixon-Wright .
Shown last Friday Digital widescreen
The first in a double bill of recent Montreux award winners features this comedy series which scooped the Golden Rose. "Welcome to Royston Vasey" is the first episode, which introduces the unusual and remote northern town. Starring Mark Gatiss, Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith.
Digital widescreen (Repeat)
A chance to see an episode from the comedy sketch series, written by Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews , which won the bronze award at Montreux.
Starring Amelia Bullmore , Julia Davis , Kevin Eldon , Mark Heap and Simon Pegg.
Director Graham Linehan ; Producer
SionedWiliam Repeat Subtitled.
Mark Cousins introduces tonight's double bill.
Horror thriller by David Cronenberg, starring James Woods, Sonja Smits, Deborah Harry
Max Renn is an ambitious cable TV programmer who is a closet voyeur of sex and violence. While pirating signals from satellite dishes, he discovers a show called Videodrome which appears to depict actual tortures and murder. (1982, 18)
See Films: pages 50-56 ****
Crime drama starring
Escapingfrom prison, Ralph Cotter kills the brother of his female accomplice, Holiday. While she vows revenge, he marries a beautiful socialite.
Director Gordon Douglas (1950)
Black and white
♦ See Rims: pages 50-56
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Starting a Small Businessthedosanddon'ts.
4.00 Spain Inside Out 1-2 BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 WEBWISE Getting Started-getting connected, using e-mail and surfing theweb. OPEN UNWERSITY
5.45 Play and the Social World
Subtitled 2450584 6.10 A Hard Act to Follow 8405381 6.35―7.00am A