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: Open University

Repeats are not indicated.

6 00 Open Advice: Study to Succeed

6.30 Mosaico Hispanico

7.00 An A to Z of English

: Truth Will Out

A look at global warming asks if we have meddled with Earth's thermostat.

: The Challenge

The Riddle of the Tay Bridge
Disaster. Examining how this 1879 catastrophe happened and how the answer can help railway safety.

: CBBC

Ends 11.15.

Flint the Time Detective
The Dark Lord has trapped Flint and the others in the Land of Dread. (S)

8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza succumbs to peer pressure from a teenage elephant. (R) (S)

9.05 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Triple bill. Woody participates in the city challenge, Buzz, Knothead and Splinter are shipwrecked and Woody fights an unusual foe. (R) (S)

9.25 The Cramp Twins
Is Soap City under attack by aliens? (S)

9.40 The Mummy
The O'Connells learn about an ancient sunken city called Minosos. (S)

10.05 Kenan and Kel
Kenan wants to use Kel's vintage comics to buy a car. Last in series. (S)

10.30 So Little Time
Riley falls for a young musician. (R) (S)

10.50 The Next Big Thing
Country singer Laura Welsh is among the young hopefuls on the talent series. Shown last Friday BBC1 (S)

Contributors

Singer (The Next Big Thing): Laura Welsh

: Robot Wars Extreme

A battle for the tag-team title.
With Craig Charles , Julia Reed. Shown last Friday

Contributors

Unknown: Craig Charles
Unknown: Julia Reed.

: Roswell High

it's Too Late and It's Too Bad Liz discovers there was more to Alex's trip to Sweden than she first thought.

: Looking Good Tricks

Tips on choosing spectacles and make-up.

: South on Sunday Weekly look

at politics in the South and South
East, with Bruce Parker. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES

Contributors

Unknown: Bruce Parker.

: Metropol

Reviewing political events from a London perspective. Presented by Jon Craig. E-MAIL: metropol@bbc.co.uk

Contributors

Presented By: Jon Craig.

: Sunday Grandstand

Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.35 Australian Open Tennis
Highlights of the men's final, played last night in Melbourne. Commentary from John Barrett and Todd Woodbridge.
3.45 Ski Sunday Slalom action from Austria plus today's men's superg at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany. Hosted by Hazel Irvine. Commentary by Matt Chilton and Graham Bell.
4.30 Rugby Union Extended highlights from Welford Road as Leicester face Leinster in the last quarter-final of the European Cup, with a place in April's semi-finals at stake.
Commentary comes from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies. Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor
Philip Bernie WEBSITE: [web address removed]

Contributors

Introduced By: John Inverdale.
Unknown: John Barrett
Unknown: Todd Woodbridge.
Unknown: Hazel Irvine.
Commentary By: Matt Chilton
Commentary By: Graham Bell.
Unknown: Nick Mullins
Unknown: Jonathan Davies.
Producer: Jonathan Bramley
Editor: Philip Bernie

: Wild

Natural-history strand. Ends 7.15pm
Series producer Simon Nash ; Editor Fiona Pitcher
[web address removed]
Wild Britain: Seals off the Map. Observing grey seals on a small island in the North Atlantic, west of the Hebrides.
Producer Paul Appleby

5.55 Livlng with the Elephants: In the second of her African adventures, Saba Douglas-Hamilton returns to the Samburu area of Kenya to mix with the pachyderms and meets a woman who wants to heal an ancient tribal rift.
Producer Deborah Hinnigan ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher

6.25 Natural World: Secret Killers of Monterey Bay. The killer whales of Monterey are fierce and nomadic hunters capable of taking prey as large as a grey whale. Yet, as underwater film-makers Paul and Grade Atkins discover, the Californian coast has a secret that may threaten these ruthless beasts. Series editor Michael Gunton
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: monthly, £2.80. New issue on sale 29 January

Contributors

Series Producer: Simon Nash
Editor: Fiona Pitcher
Producer: Paul Appleby
Presenter: Saba Douglas-Hamilton
Producer: Deborah Hinnigan
Executive Producer: Fiona Pitcher
Film maker: Paul Atkins
Film maker: Grade Atkins
Series Editor: Michael Gunton

: Correspondent

Exposed. As ex-Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic prepares to stand trial for war crimes in the Hague next month, Nancy Durham investigates how the Serbian authorities tried to cover up the mass murder in 1999 of civilians in Kosovo, an atrocity that came to light only after what seemed to be a routine traffic accident.
Producer Guy Smith ; Editor Fiona Murch

Contributors

Unknown: Slobodan Milosevic
Unknown: Nancy Durham
Producer: Guy Smith
Editor: Fiona Murch

: Congo

Footprints in the Forest. As the Congo is home to three close human relatives - gorillas, chimps and bonobos - could this, plus evidence of past civilisations in the region, mean that humans originated in these forests? Last in the series. Producer Brian Leith ; Executive producer Neil Nightingale
Postponed from 20 January

Contributors

Producer: Brian Leith
Producer: Neil Nightingale

: Trade Secrets

Decorating tips, including using perfume to improve paint. Series producer Alexandra Fraser

Contributors

Producer: Alexandra Fraser

: How to Build a Human

Continuing the Gene Stories series looking at how human lives are shaped by genetic and hormonal information. The Secret of Sex. The precise mechanics of human sexual reproduction are revealed, using new technology to produce previously unseen images. Narrated by Ian Holm.
Producer David Stewart
Series producer Jill Fullerton-Smith

Contributors

Unknown: Ian Holm
Producer: David Stewart
Producer: Jill Fullerton-Smith

: Meetings with Remarkable Trees

The head doorman at London's Dorchester hotel discusses the London plane at its entrance.

: Perfect Strangers

Concluding Stephen Poliakoff 's drama. When Daniel's aunt Alice enlightens him about Richard, he arranges for her to be reunited with her surrogate children, Rebecca and Charles. Stephen finds a vital clue in Raymond's history.
For cast see Saturday

Contributors

Unknown: Stephen Poliakoff

: Never Mind the Buzzcocks

Suzi Quatro , Midge Ure , Adam Buxton and Claudia Winkleman join Mark Lamarr , Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes on the quiz. Shown last Monday

Contributors

Unknown: Suzi Quatro
Unknown: Midge Ure
Unknown: Adam Buxton
Unknown: Claudia Winkleman
Unknown: Mark Lamarr
Unknown: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Sean Hughes

: Aaagh! It's the Mr Hell Show

Mr Hell, voiced by Bob Monkhouse , ridicules life's big questions. Last in series. Producer Jay Falconer ; Executive producer Jon Plowman

Contributors

Unknown: Bob Monkhouse
Producer: Jay Falconer
Producer: Jon Plowman

: Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy **

Comedy.
A cure for depression is used to revive the fortunes of an ailing drugs company. Widescreen. Review page 46.
Director Kelly Makin (1996, 15)

Contributors

Director: Kelly Makin

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Science 2 Languages 4.00 Talk French (parts 1-4)
Working in Health and Care 5.00 Management and Business Open University 6.00 The Qualification Chase
6.50 Ever Wondered? -life in 24-hour modern society.








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