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: Teletubbies

Ends 11.45am Pre-school fun from Teletubbyland. (R) (S)

: Dear Mr Barker

How to load a car transporter and the reasons why horseshoes bring good luck are two of today's queries. (R)

: See It Saw It

Mark Speight hosts the game show. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Speight

: Oscar's Orchestra

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

Contributors

Unknown: Dudley Moore.

: The Littlest Pet Shop

Animated fun with the pets in the shop owned by eccentric Elwood Funk. (R)

: Animorphs

Adventure series. Rachel loses her memory. Shown last Monday on BBC1 (S)

: Microsoap

A new series of the comedy drama. Parker and Smart bet the boys they can't be nice for a day. Shown last Wednesday BBC1 (S)

: Grange Hill

Alec sneaks into school with the aim of seeing Judi. but his good intentions lead to tragedy. Written by Diane Whitley (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Diane Whitley

: Sort It

The series in which young people address topical issues, offer practical solutions to problems and provide endings to gritty dramas and hard-hitting films. Subjects tackled this week include eating disorders and teenage fathers. Then Rewind 1990: Crop Circles
A 12-year-old recalls his fascination with the mystery shapes that began appearing in fields. (R) (S)
Then 1991: Operation Desert Storm A ten-year-old's joy at the UN campaign to oust Iraqis from Kuwait. (R) (S)

: The O Zone

Jayne Middlemiss meets up with US slacker-generation icon Beck, plus the latest music news from Rajesh Mirchandani. (S) 7762605 ,

Contributors

Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Rajesh Mirchandani.

: The Making of Robot Wars

A glimpse behind the scenes of the series that pits contestants' heavily armoured robot creations against each other. A new series of Robot Wars is scheduled to start on 3 December. (R) (S)

: Rough Cut

This week's movie magazine comes from Bristol, where Jayne Middlemiss hears audience reaction to the latest blockbusters, while Ralph Fiennes discusses his latest film, Onegin. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jayne Middlemiss
Unknown: Ralph Fiennes

: Around Westminster

Political issues affecting London. Presented by Shaun Ley. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presented By: Shaun Ley.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.35 Rallying Action from day one of the Rally of Great Britain, with live coverage of the special stage through the grounds of Blenheim Palace. Peter Slater and Tiff
Needell occupy the commentary positions. Highlights are at 8pm.
2.25,3.00,3.35 Racing Coverage from Aintree's November meeting of the races at 2.35 (along the Grand National course), 3.10 and 3.45. Jim McGrath, Clare Balding, Richard Pitman, Peter Scudamore, Angus Loughran and Tony O'Hehir commentate.
2.45, 3.20, 3.55 Indoor Bowls The final of the Open championship, j from Preston's Guild Hall, where the winner will collect a cheque for £12,000. Jimmy Davidson and David Rhys-Jones provide the commentary. (S)
4.55 Rugby Union Highlights of the European Cup first-round clash between Wasps and Llanelli. Nigel Starmer-Smith reports. Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editor
Dave Gordon (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: John Inverdale.
Unknown: Peter Slater
Unknown: Jim McGrath
Unknown: Clare Balding
Unknown: Richard Pitman
Unknown: Peter Scudamore
Unknown: Angus Loughran
Unknown: Tony O'Hehir
Unknown: Jimmy Davidson
Unknown: David Rhys-Jones
Unknown: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Jonny Bramley
Editor: Dave Gordon

: Animal Zone

Ends 6.50pm
Editor Fiona Pitcher: Series producer Paul Appleby
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
Dawn to Dusk Riding Elephants in Botswana. Jonathan Scott encounters giraffes, wildebeest and cheetahs as he treks through the Okavango Delta on an elephant.
Producer Keith Scholey ; Series producer Robin Hellier (R) (S)
5.50 Highland Diary Simon King follows the red-deer rut as it reaches a climax and the stags begin to turn black.
Series producer Paul Appleby (S)
6.00 Living Britain Series celebrating a wildlife year in Britain.
High Summer. Britain's wildlife reaches peak numbers in summer. City wastelands fill with wild flowers, insects and urban fox cubs; on downlands, glow-worms and blue butterflies abound; while, on the coast, basking sharks and bottle-nose whales can be seen. Narrated by Samuel West. Producer Mark Jacobs : Series producer Peter Crawford (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Paul Appleby
Producer: Keith Scholey
Producer: Robin Hellier
Producer: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Samuel West.
Producer: Mark Jacobs
Producer: Peter Crawford

: Covent Garden Tales

The first of five films from the new Royal Opera House.
The Architects' Story. Following Jeremy Dixon and Edward Jones, who have spent the last 16 years realising their vision of a restored Royal Opera House in Covent Garden. Producer Andy King-Dabbs ; Executive producer Peter Maniura (S) (W) The next episode is on Thursday at 10.20pm
Brian Kay on the Royal Opera House: page 58

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Dixon
Unknown: Edward Jones
Producer: Andy King-Dabbs
Producer: Peter Maniura

: Renaissance

Andrew Graham-Dixon's new six-part quest to rediscover the greatest artistic movement of the last 2,000 years.
Body and Soul. A search for the origins of the Renaissance, via the troubled state of Macedonia, the prosperous low countries and ending in Venice. See Choices.
Producer Paul Tickell ; Executive producer Nicholas Rossiter (S) (W) Renaissance laid bare: page 25; Fine art prints: RT Shop, page 43

Contributors

Unknown: Andrew Graham-Dixon
Producer: Paul Tickell
Producer: Nicholas Rossiter

: World Rally

Steve Rider hosts the first of three highlights programmes on successive evenings from the Network Q Rally of Great Britain. Commentary by Mark James and Tiff Needell.

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Mark James
Commentary By: Tiff Needell.

: The Money Programme

Web of Deception. John Penycate investigates how the speed and anonymity of the internet give cybercrooks the tools to commit the perfect crime. Presented by Maya Even. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys (S) NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change

Contributors

Unknown: John Penycate
Presented By: Maya Even.
Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys

: Have I Got News for You

With guests Gyles Brandreth and ex-PR man Michael Cole. Shown last Friday (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Gyles Brandreth
Unknown: Michael Cole.

: Clarkson

Comedian Griff Rhys Jones is one of the guests in conversation with outspoken presenter Jeremy Clarkson. Producer Elaine Bedell ; Director Brian Klein (S) (W)

Contributors

Presenter: Jeremy Clarkson.
Producer: Elaine Bedell
Director: Brian Klein

: The Car's the Star

The Reliant Three-wheeler. Quentin Willson examines the fascination with this peculiarly English mode of transport. Producer Richard Pearson (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Quentin Willson
Producer: Richard Pearson

: Shooting the Past

The conclusion of Stephen Poliakoff 's drama. Faced with losing their unique photographic collection to Anderson's American owners, Marilyn searches for a buyer, while Oswald investigates a more unconventional path.
For cast see yesterday (R) (S) (W) 25551228 BBC VIDEO: Shooting the Past, £14.99. available from December

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Poliakoff

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

What's My Line? (part 1). Spike attempts to decipher a secret text that could restore Drusilla to full strength. Shown last Thursday (S)

: The Outer Limits

Out of Body. A couple take risks to prove what happens in an out-of-body experience. Ends 1.50am (R) (S)

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Post-16
2.00 The Chemistry Collection
Languages
4.00 75th Anniversary: a Celebration
Working In ... WEBWISE
5.00 GetWebwise News on the Net 71174
5.30 Computers Still Don't Bite
Open University
6.00 Teletel - a French computer campaign. 84087
6.30 Money Grows on Trees Ends 7.00am (S)








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