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: Teletubbies

Ends 11.50am Pre-school fun from
Teletubbyland. (S)

: Dear Mr Barker

The fascinating-facts show reveals the secrets of chocolate production and identifies the person responsible for inventing canned baked beans. (R)

: Oscar's Orchestra

Musical animation, featuring the voice of actor Dudley Moore. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Dudley Moore.

: The Mask

The superhero fights
I the Exploding Man for the position of Grand Marshal of the Edge City Fluff Ball celebration. (R) (S)

: Smart Guy

US comedy about a ten-year-old genius. Yvette pretends to be dating Mo when the school
Romeo won't leave her alone.

: Histeria

The animated series about momentous historical events and characters continues with the first of a two-part look at the American Civil War. Ends next week.

: Microscopic Milton

Comedy drama.
Emily is unhappy at having to babysit for free and decides to go on strike.
Shown last Wednesday BBCl (S) 73389 74

: Grange Hill

Colin is riddled with guilt, but Kamal still refuses to speak to him about the trip to Brighton. Cracker finds himself ajob, while Refugee almost gets a new bed.
Written by Sarah Daniels (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Sarah Daniels

: Miami 7

Continuing the comedy drama series starring pop band
S Club 7. The group overcome the disappointment of finding that their hotel in Florida is a dump to score a big hit with their first performance.
Written by Kim Fuller (R) (S)

Contributors

Written By: Kim Fuller

: The O Zone

Jamie Theakston meets soul singer Gabrielle and hip-hop star Mos Def, while Jayne Middlemiss talks to former Kenickie singer Lauren Laverne about her collaboration with Mint Royale.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jamie Theakston
Talks: Jayne Middlemiss
Singer: Lauren Laverne

: Robot Wars

More mechanical mayhem as radio-controlled machines battle against each other and the house robots. Hosted by Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester.
Shown last Friday (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Charles

: Around Westminster

Presenter Shaun Ley considers the implications for London of recent political events. REGIONAL PROGRAMME

Contributors

Presenter: Shaun Ley

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.35 Ski Sunday World Cup action from the men's downhill at Wengen, Switzerland. Stefan Eberharter, ' a double World champion in 1991, will aim to keep the pressure on team-mate Hermann Maier.
Plus coverage of the women's super-giant slalom taking place at Altenmarkt-Zauchenese in Austria. With Hazel Irvine.
2.25 World Indoor Bowls Live coverage from Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk of the World championship. Last year, only six out of 16 seeds made it through their first matches, while number one seed David Gourlay was beaten in the final by Scotland's Alex Marshall. (S)
4.45 Rugby Union Highlights of the weekend's final round of European Cup group matches, in which only the top team in each of the six groups is guaranteed a place in the knockout stages. Llanelli have home advantage against London Wasps, Saracens play host to Colomiers, while Montferrand face Treviso. Producer Jonny Bramley
Editor Michael Cole (W)

Contributors

Introduced By: Ray Stubbs.
Unknown: Hermann Maier.
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Unknown: David Gourlay
Unknown: Alex Marshall.
Producer: Jonny Bramley
Editor: Michael Cole

: World Darts

With the 32-strong field whittled down to the last pairing,
John Inverdale presents live coverage from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green of this year's World final.
The competitors who have reached this stage after battling through last week's 30 matches must triumph in a best-of-11-sets marathon before taking home the first prize of £44,000. With commentary from Tony Green and 1994 champion John Part. (W) 42630210 Subsequent programmes may run late

Contributors

Unknown: John Inverdale
Unknown: Tony Green
Unknown: John Part.

: Bubble Trouble

Continuing the story of the speculative fever that gripped i Japan in the eighties, and the crippling crash that followed. i Changing the Japanese Way. The nineties saw the Japanese idea of a "job for life" become unsustainable. With the collapse of a system that promised security and a sense of identity, distress grew to the point that, in an event that shocked the nation, one middle-aged manager
. ritually disembowelled himself in the office of his boss.
Producer Bill Trehame Jones ; Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta (S)

Contributors

Producer: Bill Trehame Jones
Producer: Peter Pagnamenta

: Coming Clean - the Truth about Housework

An edition from the series about household cleaning.
Washing Up. Six people reveal their personal approach to this domestic chore and the significance it holds for them. Producers Chris Mohr , Mandy Rose ; Executive producer Bob Long (R) (S) The series continues on Thursday at 10.20pm

Contributors

Producers: Chris Mohr
Producers: Mandy Rose
Producer: Bob Long

: Gimme Gimme Gimme

Teacher's Pet. Tom decides to set up his own drama school. With former EastEnders actress Patsy Palmer.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Patsy Palmer.

: The League of Gentlemen

Destination: Royston Vasey. An unusual circus comes to town fronted by the wild gypsy showman Papa Lazarou.
Shown last Friday (R) (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Royston Vasey.
Unknown: Papa Lazarou.

: Bottom

A repeat showing of the first episode of the anarchic comedy written by and starring Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson. Smells. Richie and Eddie make a determined effort to improve their non-existent sex lives.
Director/Producer Ed Bye (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Rik Mayall
Unknown: Adrian Edmondson.

: Jilting Joe

Romantic comedy drama. Childhood sweethearts Joe and Olivia are about to start a life of wedded bliss when Joe is stood up at the altar. Ten years later, they meet again at anotherwedding: this time as best man and bridesmaid. Will first love get a second chance? Contains strong language.
Written by Rosamund Orde-Powlett
Producer Anne-Marie Casey ; Director Dan Zeff (S)

Contributors

Written By: Rosamund Orde-Powlett
Producer: Anne-Marie Casey
Director: Dan Zeff
Olivia: Geraldine Somerville
Joe: James Purefoy
Gwennie: Patricia Hodge
Arthur: Benjamin Whitrow
Rona: Matilda Zeigler
Mick: Angus Wright
Wyatt: Tom Wilkinson
Mariana: Oriana Bonet
Maggie: Clare Grogan
Vicar: Henry Naylor
Air steward: Matt Lucas
Lucy: Katy Steed
Doctor: Ian Saynor
Site manager: Sean Baker
Mrs Doughty: Janet Henfrey
Mother: Theresa Petts
Italian waiter: Al Fiorentini
Paramedic: Harriet Eastcott

: Men. Women: a User's Manual

Satire showing in the Movie World season. Businessman Benoit Blanc has nothing in common with neurotic cop Fabio Lini - except a gastric complaint. But Benoit's philandering catches up with him when a former lover takes revenge by misdiagnosing his illness and granting Fabio a reprieve. In French with English subtitles. Ends 1.50am
Director Claude Lelouch (1996.12)
Films: pp 54-60 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Benoit Blanc
Unknown: Fabio Lini
Director: Claude Lelouch
Benoit Blanc: Bernard Tapie
Fabio Lini: Fabrice Luchini
Dr Nitez: Alessandra Martines
Dr Pierre Lerner: Pierre Ardrb
Madame Blanc: Caroline Cellier
Pretty blonde: Ophelie Winter

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 2.00 Revisewise: Key Stage 2 Languages 4.00 France Inside Out (part 2) - culture guide; Talk French (parts 1-2) - beginners' language course. Working with the Land 5.00 Science and Plants
Open University 6.00 A Language for Movement (S)
6.30 Hotel Hilbert Ends 7.00am (S)








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