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: Teletubbies

Ends 12 noon
Pre-school fun from Teletubbyland.
(R) (S)

: Dear Mr Barker

How to make fake blood and who invented the petrol pump are two of the queries answered today. (R)

: See It Saw It

Mark Speight hosts the game show in which contestants try to locate four-letter words hidden within comic sketches. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Speight

: Oscar's Orchestra

Animation.
Featuring the voice of actor Dudley Moore. (R)

Contributors

Unknown: Dudley Moore.

: Return to Jupiter

The Icarus and Shelby's spacecraft are on course to collide with Terminex. Last in the series. (R) (S)

: Animorphs

The Animorphs find a weapon to use against the Yeerks. Shown Monday on BBCl (S)

: Belfry Witches

Drama about two rebellious teenage witches.
Mrs Bagg-Meanly is on the warpath.
Shown Wednesday on BBCl (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mrs Bagg-Meanly

: Ocean Odyssey

Adventure series.
Cass and Benny learn about another piece of the syncronium being held by a dishonest businessman.

: Microsoap

Comedy drama series. Joe enlists King Arthur's help. Shown Tuesday on BBCl (S)

: See You In Court

Docu-drama series set in a youth court in which young people act out the roles of the court officials. Today a 17-year-old is accused of assault outside a youth club. Narrated by Tom Baker.
Then Rewind 1982: Israel Invades Lebanon. A nine-year-old from Beirut recalls the arrival of Israeli forces to flush out PLO guerrillas. (R) (S)
And 1983: My Peace Protest. A 15-year-old's account of joining the all-women anti-cruise-missile camp at Greenham Common. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Tom Baker.

: Rough Cut

First in an eight-part movie magazine presented by Jayne Middlemiss. As well the latest gossip from the film world, the show pays a visit each week to a different multiplex in the UK to hear the views of local film-goers.
This week an audience in Sheffield comments on the Steve Martin/Eddie Murphy comedy Bowfinger, plus Ewan McGregor's thoughts on his favourite film and a feature on The Blair Witch Project.

Contributors

Presented By: Jayne Middlemiss.

: Pure Naughty

Spice Girl Melanie G hosts the music series featuring the best inR'n'B, hip hop, soul and jungle. (W)

: Around Westminster

At the start of an important year in London politics, Shaun Ley and guests debate the key issues ahead. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Unknown: Shaun Ley

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.30Salllng Highlights of the Ultra 30 Grand Prix series. Talented young skipper Rob Greenhalgh is expected to be among the leaders. Commentary by Richard Simmonds and Fenella George.
2.00 Snooker David Vine hosts live coverage from Preston of the Grand Prix final. Taking this title established last year's winner, Stephen Lee , in the sport's elite. Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo are the commentators. Producer Jonny Bramley (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker.
Unknown: Rob Greenhalgh
Commentary By: Richard Simmonds
Commentary By: Fenella George.
Unknown: David Vine
Unknown: Stephen Lee
Unknown: Clive Everton
Unknown: Ray Edmonds
Unknown: Dennis Taylor
Unknown: John Virgo
Producer: Jonny Bramley

: Animal Zone Ends 6.40pm

Editor Fiona Pitcher ; Series producer Paul Appleby
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
Natural Neighbours Invasion of the Tree Smashers Living alongside the cattle on the Craig family farm in Africa is a motley gang of wild intruders. A typical day sees Gilbert the elephant smashing down trees while Roger the giraffe prunes the garden. In spite of such behaviour, the farmers and their big game neighbours seem to get along. Producer Keith Scholey ; Series producer Michael Gunton (R) (S)
5.40 Highland Diary The red-deer rut has started and Simon King hopes to follow the three stags to witness the start of the fighting. And there's a breakthrough with the otters: close-ups shots from the first really intimate contact. Editor Fiona Pitcher ; Series editor Paul Appleby (S)
5.50 The Natural World In the Company of Bears. The ski resort of Whistler in Canada has more black bears than anywhere in North America. They are attracted to the rich grazing on the ski runs, and to the waste left by visitors.
But such proximity to humans can cause problems, which is where researcher Michael Allen steps in to help them. Narrated by Miranda Richardson. See Choice.
Producers Jeff and Sue Turner ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W) The bear care man: page 26

Contributors

Editor: Fiona Pitcher
Producer: Paul Appleby
Producer: Keith Scholey
Producer: Michael Gunton
Producer: Simon King
Editor: Fiona Pitcher
Editor: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Michael Allen
Unknown: Miranda Richardson.
Unknown: Sue Turner
Editor: Neil Nightingale

: The Money Programme

The Greater Crash? It's 70 years since Wall Street's great crash laid waste to much of the world's economy. Now there are signs that history could be repeated. Celebrated US economist JK Galbraith explains why to Peter Jay , the BBC's economics editor. Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S)
NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown: Peter Jay
Presented By: Maya Even
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Playing the Race Card

The first in a three-part look at the politics of race reveals the gulf between the public statements and private fears of British politicians and officials as immigrant numbers swelled in the early fifties. The stemming of non-white immigration was meant to curb racism, but only encouraged it - from the use of offensive slogans in Smethwick during the 1964 general-election campaign to Enoch Powell 's infamous "Rivers of Blood" speech four years later. Producer Liza Hall ; Executive producer Samir Shah (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Enoch Powell
Producer: Liza Hall
Producer: Samir Shah

: Snooker

Live coverage of the concluding frames of the Grand Prix final from the Guild Hall, Preston. A cheque forL62,000 awaits the winner. Hosted by David Vine.
As the snooker Is live subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: David Vine.

: Clarkson

Former James Bond actor George Lazenby joins Jeremy Clarkson tonight, while novelist Kathy Lette tries to persuade him to give Australia a chance and film director Michael Winner engages him in a debate on law and order. Producer Elaine Bedell ; Director Brian Klein (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Former James Bond
Unknown: George Lazenby
Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Kathy Lette
Director: Michael Winner
Producer: Elaine Bedell
Director: Brian Klein

: Have I Got News for You

Angus Deayton returns to present the news quiz. Shown last Friday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Deayton

: Mephisto

Drama, the second of two films directed by Istvan Szabo and starring Klaus Maria Brandauer
Hendrik Hofgen is an actor in a Hamburg theatre company. But his path to success is plagued with betrayal, and his acceptance by the Nazi elite brings him both glory and contempt. German with English subtitles. Ends 1.30am
(1981.15)
Films: pp 79-84 *****

Contributors

Directed By: Istvan Szabo
Unknown: Klaus Maria Brandauer
Unknown: Hendrik Hofgen
Hendrik: Klaus Maria Brandaueri
Niooletta von Niebuhr: Lldiko Bansagi
Barbara Bruckner: Krystyna Janda I
General: Rolf Hoppe
Hans Miklas: Gyorgy Cserhalmi
Otto Ulrichs: Peter Andorai

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Post-16 2.00 The Statistics Collection
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (1-4) -with subtitles. Working in Engineering 5.00 Computers Don't Bite Engineers 56651 5.30 To Engineer Is Human (S)
Open University 6.00 Eyewitness Memory (S)
6.30 Regulation and Control Ends 7.00am








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