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: Polka Dot Shorts

Cartoon about the magical Land of Roo. Repeat

: Playdays

A royal visitor is expected at the Roundabout Stop. Repeat.

: Oakie Doke

Animation. Repeat

: Snorks

Aquatic double bill.

: UKool

Lifestyle magazine series.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1

: Zorro

Animated swordplay.

: Kilroy

Studio debate. Repeat

: Style Challenge

The makeover series today tackles the challenge of two doctors. Repeat

: Real Rooms

A Cotswold stone cottage in Woodstock needs a wooden floor. Repeat

: The DIY Show

Russell Harris with tips on tiling.

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harris

: News

and Regional News

: Desert Mice

Wartime comedy starring
Alfred Marks , Sidney James
A Second World War concert party has a series of adventures in North Africa.
Director Michael Relph (1959)
Black and white Subtitled.
* See Rims: pp 42-48 **

Contributors

Unknown: Alfred Marks
Unknown: Sidney James
Director: Michael Relph

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news.......

: Quisine

Culinary quiz presented by Chris Kelly.
First shown on ITV ..................................

Contributors

Presented By: Chris Kelly.

: The Beechgrove Garden

A look at acirtioving plants. Repeat

: The Great Antiques Hunt

From Oxfordshire. Repeat

: News

and Regional News

: Westminster

Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Editor Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: News

and Regional News

: Look Who's Cooking

Ainsley Harriott presents an afternoon celebrating TV chefs from the last five decades, including his own variations on a dish made popular in each period. Producer Stephen McGinn ; Executive producer Emma Westcott
4.05 Look Who's Cooking in the Fifties Early chefs and prawn cocktails.
4.10 Look Who's Cooking in the Sixties Pasta and Fanny Cradock.
4.15 Look Who's Cooking in the Seventies Thai curry and an introduction to
Delia Smith , who follows. Subtitled ........
4.20 Delia Smith 's Summer Collection The queen of TV chefs celebrates ice cream. Repeat
4.50 Look Who's Cooking in the Eighties With Keith Royd , who follows. Subtitfed
4.55 Floyd on France An episode from
Keith Royd 's series on Gallic gastronomy. Repeat
5.15 Look Who's Cooking in the Nineties A recipe for summer punch and a look at the Two Fat Ladies, who follow.
5.20 Two Fat Ladies Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright serve a summer buffet. Repeat Code for 4.00-5.50 (not PDC)

Contributors

Producer: Stephen McGinn
Producer: Emma Westcott
Producer: Fanny Cradock.
Unknown: Delia Smith
Unknown: Delia Smith
Unknown: Keith Royd
Unknown: Keith Royd
Unknown: Jennifer Paterson
Unknown: Clarissa Dickson Wright

: Lifeline

For donation details see Sunday at 5pm on BBC1

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

6.00 Tapestry. An extra-dimensional entity persuades Jean-Luc to relive his life.
Then, at 6.45, Birthright (part 1) Data is zapped by a power surge and discovers his subconscious.
Repeat
Videoplus code for 6.00-6.45 Code for 6.45-7.30...................... Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Thursday 6pm

: The Day That Changed My Life

Educating Matthew. Ever since, at the age of six, he attended his first big-band concert, 15-year-old Matthew Halsall has had a passion forjazz. But pupils at the comprehensive he attended were intolerant of his tastes and he became the focus for ridicule.
His life was changed the day he entered the Maharishi School in Lancashire, where teachers and students practise transcendental meditation and individuality is encouraged. Producer Gerry Pomeroy
Series producer Sue Davidson
Digital widescreen Subtitled Ill

Contributors

Unknown: Matthew Halsall
Producer: Gerry Pomeroy

: All Mod Cons

The Outside Room. The end of the Second World War marked a shift away from the practical nature of horticulture stressed by the Dig for Victory campaign, and once again flowers bloomed in Britain's domestic gardens.
As gardens became more decorative, magazines and radio programmes turned their attention to the new hobby, while labour-saving devices and garden centres helped make the garden a place to relax in and enjoy.
Director Paul Wilmshurst ; Series producer Nicola Gooch Repeat

Contributors

Director: Paul Wilmshurst
Producer: Nicola Gooch

: Fresh Food

Rick Stein visits a school in Acton, west London, where a cordonbleu chef has started a cookery class. He also meets a baker who revives traditional breads, and helps him re-create an authentic Bara Brith bread at the Ddewen
Bakehouse in the Welsh Folk Museum, Cardiff. This week's dishes include a guinea fowl cooked by Paul Merrett , a prawn dish from Giorgio Locatelli, and a pub dinner from Stein himself. Series producer Jane Lomas Executive producer Mark Hill
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... CEEFAX: page 584; website: www.bbc.co.uk/freshfood

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Stein
Unknown: Bara Brith
Unknown: Paul Merrett
Producer: Jane Lomas
Producer: Mark Hill

: Some Mothers Do 'Ave'Em

Continuing the seventies comedy series starring Michael Crawford Frank Spencer causes havoc when he visits Betty in hospital. Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer
Michael Mills Repeat Subtitled ...

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Crawford
Unknown: Frank Spencer
Written By: Raymond Allen

: Seeking Pleasure

The first of five films examining how people utilise their leisure time to define their identity.
Wedding Lists. Four couples choose a list of wedding gifts with which to start married life.
In doing so, they face the dual problem of satisfying family and friends. See today's choices.
Executive producer Stephen Lambert ; Series producer Susanna White * You are what you buy: page 7

Contributors

Producer: Stephen Lambert

: Home Stories

Six programmes in which the history of an ordinary home is revealed by its previous and current owners. Tonight's subject is a flat in Croydon, south London. See today's choices. Director Dominic Cyriax
Series producer Richard Pearson
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Director: Dominic Cyriax
Producer: Richard Pearson

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Vine. At 11.00 News headlines. Subtitled ..............

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Vine.

: Mixed Emotions

A frank four-part look at sexual politics in multicultural Britain. Mating and Dating. Statistics show that more than half of Britain's black males have a white partner. This programme explores inter-racial dating and looks at what happens when relationships becomes serious. Producer Marilyn Comric ; Executive producer Dele Oniya

Contributors

Producer: Marilyn Comric

: Grace under Fire

Return of the American comedy series starring Brett Butler
Smells like Victory. Can Grace continue to allow her job to eat into the time she could spend with her family? Next episode is tomorrow at 11.55pm
Followed by Weathemew

Contributors

Unknown: Brett Butler

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Daisyworld LOO The Chemistry of Power
Subtitled 32981 L30 The Chemistry of Life and Death THE GREATS
2.00 Scientists and Inventors - secrets of the universe.
LANGUAGES
4.00 Get by in Italian WORKING IN RETAIL
5.00 Crime Prevention in Shops 59356 5.30 20 Steps to Better Management 3890894 . OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 New Formulas for Food
4664368 6.10 Restoring the Balance 8298233 6.35-7.00am
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