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: Children's BBC Breakfast

Ends 9.10

The Greedysaurus Gang
The antics of a group of five young dinosaurs.
Shown yesterday at 1pm

7.05 Playdays
Peggy Patch finds a baby hedgehog and takes it to a wildlife hospital. (R)

7.25 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse chaos. Jerry rescues Mouse Marion from the Sheriff of Nottingham's clutches. (R)

7.50 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.10 pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.15 Inch High Private Eye
Animated crime-fighting fun as the undersized sleuth opens another case. (R)

8.40 Noddy In Toyland
Dewey gets DJ into trouble. (R)

: The Phil Silvers Show

A double bill of classic comedy.

9.10 Cyrano de Bilko
Bilko flirts with disaster when he makes a marriage proposal to a woman he doesn't love.
(BW) (R)

9.35 Doberman the Crooner
Duane Doberman's voice is not to be sniffed at - especially if it makes an appearance only when he has a cold.
(BW) (R)

: Teletubbies: Larette Tap Dancing

Ends 10.50
The quartet try to stay quiet and then watch a girl tap-dancing. (R) (S) [web address removed]

: Tweenies

Old House. Jake. Fizz and Max explore an old house that has been turned into a museum.
Shown last Thursday BBC1 (S) (W)

: The Grass Is Greener

Romantic comedy starring
Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr. Obliged to open their stately home to the paying public,
Victor, the Earl of Rhyall, and his wife Hilary are resigned to being invaded. However, the entry of rich American Charles Delacro into Victor's home causes all sorts of complications.
Director Stanley Donen (1960, PG)
(S) Films: pp 60-65 **

Contributors

Unknown: Cary Grant
Unknown: Deborah Kerr.
Director: Stanley Donen
Victor Rhyall: Cary Grant
Hilary Rhyall: Deborah Kerr
Charles Delacro: Robert Mitchum
Hattie: Jean Simmons
Sellers: Moray Watson

: Working Lunch

The latest business and consumer news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.

Contributors

Unknown: Adrian Chiles
Unknown: Adam Shaw.

: Romuald the Reindeer

More animated fun with the reindeer family and friends.
Romuald teaches his little sister how to fly. (R)

: World Darts

Coverage from the Lakeside
Country Club of last night's four second-round matches, plus a look ahead to tonight's quarter-finals. Presented by John Inverdale , with analysis from Bobby George. (W)

Contributors

Presented By: John Inverdale
Unknown: Bobby George.

: Westminster

An update on the day's events in Parliament with Diana Madill , plus the chance to question the politicians by phone. (S) CONTACT DETAILS: phone 0345 (calls charged at the local rate), fax
[number removed]or e-mail west.live@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Madill

: News; Regional News

(S) Weather

: World Darts

More second-round action from the Lakeside Country Club in Surrey. Commentary from Tony
Green and John Part. (W) 636iio

Contributors

Unknown: John Part.

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Parallels. Worf is troubled to find that reality is changing - but no one else seems to have noticed. (R) (S)

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Concluding a two-part story in the US fantasy series.
Innocence. Spike and Dru form a powerful alliance with the Judge, an apparently invulnerable demon.
Cast on Saturday Repeated next Saturday (S)

: First Sight

Ford Fiasco. An investigation into allegations of racism and bullying at the giant Ford plant in Dagenham. The car company has already been forced to issue an apology to one Asian worker, who suffered for years at the hands of racist colleagues. While managers insist that antisocial behaviour is not tolerated on the shop floor, workers tell a different story of life on the firm's production line.
Producer James Cameron ; Executive producer John Samson (S) REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel on left for variations

Contributors

Producer: James Cameron
Producer: John Samson

: World Darts

Further coverage from the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green. This evening sees the start of the quarter-finals, with those remaining battling for a place in the last four.
Commentary from Tony Green and John Part. (w)

: Predictions

Houses. Will the next 50 years see invisible homes where you can shower, sleep and cook in the same space? With minimalist architect John Pawson , engineer Roger Ridsill -Smith and housing expert Pierre D'Avoine. (S) (W) The final programme in the series is tonight at 10.20pm

Contributors

Unknown: John Pawson
Unknown: Roger Ridsill
Unknown: Pierre D'Avoine.

: Meet the Ancestors

Julian Richards presents the first of six archaeological discoveries that illuminate the lives of ancient peoples.
Princess of the City. In March last year, a Roman sarcophagus was found at Spitalfields in London. Inside was an ornate lead coffin containing the remains of a rich Roman and remnants of objects never before seen in Roman Britain. What is the significance of the startling discovery? The series continues next Saturday. See Choice.
Series producer Ian Potts ; Executive producer Caroline van den Brul (S) INFORMATION: History 2000 events line: [number removed]. Calls charged at national rate. Website: www.bbc.co.uk/history History: the future of TV: page 18

Contributors

Unknown: Julian Richards
Producer: Ian Potts
Producer: Caroline van Den Brul

: Horizon

. Sheila Loughran has cystic fibrosis. This leaves her brother and sister, Damian and Josephine, with a terrible choice. Do they watch her die, or do they try to save her by donating part of their own lungs, a dangerous procedure that, at best, will leave them maimed? The harrowing decisions facing the siblings highlight the debate over the ethics of living donor transplants. See Choice.
Producer Geoffrey Smith ; Editor Bettina Lerner (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/horizon

Contributors

Unknown: Sheila Loughran
Producer: Geoffrey Smith
Editor: Bettina Lerner

: Predictions

Happiness. In the future, will virtual relationships be as fulfilling as real ones? Child psychologist Sandra Scott , novelist Rebecca Ray and lifestyle guru Deepak Chopra offertheir opinions in the last of the series. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Sandra Scott
Unknown: Rebecca Ray

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: World Darts

John Inverdale presents highlights of the two quarter-final clashes played out tonight in Frimley Green. (W)

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale

: Despatch Box

Presented by Sian Williams.

Contributors

Presented By: Sian Williams.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Final Frontier 8878511 12.45 What Have the Eighties Ever Done for Us? 8873066 1.00 TheWebStory.com/ Today (S) 27849 1.30 Background Brief Frying ... or Freezing?
25461911.45 What Have the Seventies Ever Done for Us?
2.00 The Science of Climate? (S) 93849 2.30 A Formidable Foe 72356 3.00 Sickle Cell A Lethal Advantage (S) Curriculum Development 3.30 Teaching Today Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 1-4)
Working with the Land 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 Passing Judgements (S) 10356 6.30
The British Family: Sources and Myths Ends 7.00am (S)








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