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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.
6.10 The Magic Flute (S)
6.35 Dimanche en Anjou (S)
7.00 An A to Z of English (S)

: Science Bites

Knots and Bugs. Unravelling hOW bugs work. (R)

: Under the Lens

Cow. Three people discuss how their lifestyles affect their perceptions of cows. (R)

: What Have the Sixties Ever Done for Us?

Archive film and music highlights science in the sixties and its effects on life today. (R)

: The Crunch

Just Do It. The first in a 15-part series looks at how the head of an environmental health department motivates his staff. (W)

: Taz-Mania

Ends 11.15.Animated antics with the Tazmanian Devil. (R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Tazmanian Devil.

: The Wild Thornberrys

Eliza looks up to a giraffe. (R) (S)

: Fix and Foxi

Animated double bill. Lupo acts as a landlord, then Fix and Foxi go take a dog to a poodle parlour. (R) (S)

: The Woody Woodpecker Show

A triple bill in which Woody is demoted to pigeon and Buzz causes problems for Winnie. (R) (S)

: Smart Guy

Marcus dates an independent woman. (S)

: Grange Hill

Another chance to see the first two episodes of the new series. Spencer has bad news. Written by Philip Gerard Shown last
Tuesday/Thursday on BBC1 (S)

Contributors

Written By: Philip Gerard Shown

: Sub Zero

This week, girls from
Bromley, Kent, take on boys from
Dormers Wells High School in Southall. Middlesex. With Jemma James ,
Adrian Dickson and Rani Khanijau.
(W)

Contributors

Unknown: Southall. Middlesex.
Unknown: Jemma James
Unknown: Adrian Dickson
Unknown: Rani Khanijau.

: Robot Wars

More robots do battle for the remaining semi-final place.
Shown last Friday (S) ROBOT WARS MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £1.50, from newsagents

: Top of the Pops Plus

Josie d'Arby, Vernon Kay ,
Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers present the live pop show. Viewers can e-mail questions for star guests at: totpplus@bbc.co.uk
Series producer Gary August: Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) TOTP 2 is on Wednesday at 6pm

Contributors

Unknown: Vernon Kay
Unknown: Joe MacE
Unknown: Lisa Rogers
Producer: Paul Smith

: Metropol

Jo Coburn presents the political programme for London and the South East. E-MAIL: metropol@bbc.co.uk REGIONAL PROGRAMME

: Sunday Grandstand

Presented by Steve Rider.
1.35 Ski Sunday World Cup coverage of the men's downhill from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. Hosted by Hazel
Irvine, with commentary by Matt Chilton and Graham Bell.
Ski Sunday Special tomorrow at 11.20pm Timings of subsequent events will be given at the start of transmission. Athletics Roger Black hosts further coverage of the AAA Indoor championships in Birmingham. Australian Open Tennis Highlights from Melbourne Park of the men's singles final, won last year by Andre Agassi. John Barrett and Chris Bailey commentate. (S) Rugby Union Further European Cup quarter-final coverage.
TV presentation (athletics) Carl Hicks , Helen Kuttner , Martin Webster (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport

Contributors

Presented By: Steve Rider.
Commentary By: Matt Chilton
Commentary By: Graham Bell.
Unknown: Roger Black
Unknown: Andre Agassi.
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Chris Bailey
Unknown: Carl Hicks
Unknown: Helen Kuttner
Unknown: Martin Webster

: Wild

Continuing the new run of the wildlife strand. Ends 7.15. Series producer Paul Appleby ; Editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Congo - On Location In the first of a two-part look at the making of BBC2's new series Congo, which begins on Tuesday at 9pm, cameraman Gavin Thurston reveals the complexities of filming gorillas in remote jungle climes.
Producer Brian Leith (S)

Contributors

Producer: Paul Appleby
Unknown: Gavin Thurston
Producer: Brian Leith

: Big Cat Diary 2000

While searching for the leopard
Shadow and her cub Safi, Jonathan Scott comes across a remarkable den full of inquisitive young hyena pups.
Producers Miles Barton , Robin Hellier : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
(S)

Contributors

Unknown: Jonathan Scott
Producers: Miles Barton
Producers: Robin Hellier
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Natural World

Seals - Invaders of the Sea. Documentary highlighting the unknown world of the seal; tracing their evolution from bears and revealing them to be complex, highly vocal, submarine animals capable of surviving a wide range of aquatic conditions.
Producer Julian Hector : Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Julian Hector
Editor: Neil Nightingale

: Star Trek

Operation - Annihilate. The only way Kirk can save a planet afflicted by mass insanity is by causing the destruction of a civilisation - and Spock. (R) (S) Star Trek returns on Sunday 18 February

: The World at War: France Falls

Continuing the repeat run of the seventies television series about the Second World War, narrated by Laurence Olivier. Despite having the largest pre-war army in Europe, France was defeated with ease by Germany due to the French reliance on outdated First World War techniques and equipment. With the fabled Maginot Line of fortifications easily breached in the west where it did not extend to the Channel, France was exposed to German troops supported by superior armour and air forces.
(R) (S) BBC History Magazine: published monthly, price £2.95

Contributors

Narrator: Laurence Olivier
Director: Peter Batty
Producer: Jeremy Isaacs

: The X Files

Signs and Wonders. Mulder and Scully investigate when a man linked to a church that uses deadly vipers to test its members' righteousness dies from snake bites.
Contains some disturbing scenes. (S) (W)

: Room 101

Goodness Gracious Me comedian Sanjeev Bhaskar reveals his pet hates to presenter Paul Merton.
Shown last Monday (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Sanjeev Bhaskar
Presenter: Paul Merton.

: The Theory of Flight

Romantic drama starring Kenneth Branagh and Helena Bonham Carter.
Richard is a man obsessed with flying. But his attempted flight off a tower block leads to a bout of community service and a meeting with Jane, a sharp-tongued woman dying from motor neuron disease.
(1998, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 56-59 ****

Contributors

Director: Paul Greengrass
Richard: Kenneth Branagh
Jane Hatchard: Helena Bonham Carter
Anne: Gemma Jones
Julie: Holly Aird
Gigolo: Ray Stevenson
Catherine: Sue Jones Davies
Magistrate: Gwenyth Petty
Farmer: Robert Blythe

: Melvin and Howard

Comedy drama, last of two films this week starring Jason Robards , who died last month. Also starring Paul LeMat and Mary Steenburgen. Shortly after giving a lift to a man claiming to be the eccentric millionaire Howard Hughes , factory worker Melvin Dummar 's wife leaves him. Ends 1.20.
Director Jonathan Demme (1980) (S)
Films: pp 56-59 ****

Contributors

Unknown: Jason Robards
Unknown: Paul Lemat
Unknown: Mary Steenburgen.
Unknown: Howard Hughes
Unknown: Melvin Dummar
Director: Jonathan Demme
Melvin Dummar: Paul Lemat
Howard Hughes: Jason Robards [jason Robards Jr]
Lynda Dummar: Mary Steenburgen
Darcy Dummar: Elizabeth Cheshire
Clark Taylor: Chip Taylor
Little Red: Michael J Pollard
Lucy: Denise Galik

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 2.00 Revisewise at School s, Languages 4.00 Italy Inside Out (parts 1 and 2) Working In Engineering 5.00 Basic IT and Web Skills Open University 6.00 The Qualification Chase iS,








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