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: Polka Dot Shorts

Another visit to the Land of Roo. Repeat

: Playdays

Peggy Patch visits Wobum
Safari Park. Repeat .................................................

: Noddy

Tessie Bear and Noddy go to the country to fly a kite. Repeat ...

Contributors

Unknown: Tessie Bear

: Secret Squirrel and Co

Covert cartoon fun with the super spy. Repeat

: The Really Wild Show

Discovering the amazing variety of wildlife flourishing around London. Repeat Subtitled...

: Zorro

Swashbuckling animation. A pirate ship arrives off the coast.

: Kilroy

Studio debate. Repeat Subtitled ...

: Style Challenge

Fans ofthe musical Grease have their appearances altered. Repeat

: Real Rooms

The team confront the challenge of an attic bedroom in Oxford. Repeat...

: The DIY Show

Today Russell Harris lays a carpet and spruces up a kitchen

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Harris

: News and Regional News

Subtitled Weather

: The Phil Silvers Show: The Bilko Boycott

The men of Camp Fremont rebel against Bilko's gambling tactics.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

Contributors

Sergeant Bilko: Phil Silvers

: One Good Turn

Comedy starring Nonnan Wisdom
Norman's efforts to aid an orphanage and provide presents for the children lead him into a succession of adventures. Director John Paddy Carstairs (1954. U)
Black and white Subtitled ......................
* See Films: pp 52-58 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Nonnan Wisdom
Director: John Paddy Carstairs

: Quisine

Food quiz, with star chef Anthony Tobin.
First shown on ITV ........................................................................

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Tobin.

: The Beechgrove Garden

The team visit Scotland's 1998 National
Gardening Show. Repeat

: The Great Antiques Hunt

Tracking down Art Deco bargains in Nottinghamshire. Repeat

: News and Regional News

Subtitled Weather............................................................

: Wildlife on Two

They Came from the Sea. Film following the life of land crabs. Narrated by David Attenborough. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: Beautiful Things

Home-made ceramics with Mick Morgan. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Morgan.

: Esther

Women in Men's Jobs. Esther Rantzen is joined by women who work in jobs regarded as male domains. Repeat

: Geoff Hamilton: a Man and His Garden

Recalling some of Hamilton's money-saving measures. Repeat

: Stefan's Garden Roadshow

Stefan Buczacki is at the Great Gransden
Show in Cambridgeshire...............

Contributors

Unknown: Stefan Buczacki

: Battersea Dogs' Home

Today's visit meets Blackie, a puppy with a very special story. Repeat

: Ready Steady Cook

Hosted by Fern Britton. Subtitled........................

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton.

: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

6.00 Rules of Acquisition Quark enlists Pel, a young waiter, as his assistant, but Pel is really a woman who harbours amorous designs on him.
6.45 Necessary Evil. ABajoran woman persuades Quark to retrieve her late husband's strongbox from Deep Space Nine.
Repeat
Videoplus code for 6.00-6.45 Code for 6.45-7.30...................... Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC)

Contributors

Cmdr Benjamin Sisko: Avery Brooks
Odo: Rene Auberjonois
Major Kira Nerys: Nana Visitor
Chief O'Brien: Colm Meaney
Quark: Armin Shimerman

: Western Front

Continuing the series in which Richard Holmes
examines how the First World War was fought.
Feeding the Front. Poison gas was first used as a weapon of war on 22 April 1915 as a desperate measure to break the stalemate that had been reached. This date marked the beginning of a new era in warfare. See today's choices. Director Steven Clarke ; Series producer Mark Fielder Repeated next Saturday
Digital widescreen BBC BOOK: Western Front, priced £17.99

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Holmes
Director: Steven Clarke

: Traffic

The Road to Nowhere. Tonight's programme charts the changing fortunes of the motorway. Starting as an ambitious vision, Britain's first stretch of motorway was built near Preston, Lancashire, 40 years ago. The segment was just eight miles long, but a nation watched as the prime minister conducted the opening ceremony.
By contrast, bypasses are now opened in secrecy in an attempt to avoid environmental protest. Despite the initial public honeymoon period, motorways are now, because they have led to increased congestion and pollution, reviled by the public they were intended to emancipate. Producer Nick Catliff
Series producer Charlie Smith
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Producer: Nick Catliff

: Several Careful Owners

A much-loved 1954 Morris Minor called Elsie has its history traced from its original owners -two women teachers - to the woman who restored it in the nineties.
Director Russell Hayes ; Series producer Richard Pearson
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Director: Russell Hayes
Producer: Richard Pearson

: Maternity

Concluding the series filmed at London's UCH Obstetric hospital. Tonight, as three very different couples await the births of their second children, they are all preoccupied by problems.
A serious operation on their new arrival and housing troubles are the overriding concerns for one couple, while the others are worried about methods of childbirth and the inevitable jugglingjob of trying to combine work and parenting. Cameras then catch up with all three couples, and their babies, six months on. Director Peter Gordon
Executive producer Clare Paterson
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Director: Peter Gordon

: Generations

This week, the Fischer Williams family - sisters Jenifer, 85 and Judith, 82 and Jenifer's daughter Joanna, 57 - discuss the familial and romantic compromises they made to pursue academic achievement.
Jenifer allowed her daughter to be raised by a nanny to advance her civil service career and led an uninhibited private life. Joanna rejected her mother's values by marrying at the age of 19, but has subsequently come out as a lesbian and given birth to a son.
The three women openly discuss these, and other family issues, forthe first time. Director Susanna White
Executive producer Belinda Allen
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown: Fischer Williams
Director: Susanna White

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Vine. At 11.00 News headlines.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Vine.

: The Viewing Room

Kaye Adams hosts the monthly accountability show in which viewers debate recent BBC TV talking points, and then present their opinions to BBC bosses.
Series producer Jo Vale Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Kaye Adams

: The Fear within

First of four films in which film-makers explore themes of racism, xenophobia and migration.
Briton Andrew Pallett examines the causes of racial prejudice in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Pallett

: Top Gear Take Two

Unlikely uses for a hearse and a ride on a Wall of Death.
Repeat Subtitled......................................
Followed by Holiday Weather

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Mexico City: Whose City? 45070 LOO Autism
1.30 Virtual Democracy? THE GREATS
2.00 Historical Figures LANGUAGES
4.00 Buongiorno Italia 9-10;
Famously Fluent BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Picturing the Modern City 8134780 6.10 Our Health in Our
Hands 1393322 6.35-7.00am
The Three Degrees








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