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5 55 Ever Wondered?
6.05 Biosphere 2
6.35 Imagining New Worlds
7.00 An English Accent
Revealing how scientists search for signs of alien civilisations in the universe.
The latest space-science news from the National Space Centre in Leicester.
Supernatural animation. Verne's new school is filled with magical beings.
8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
The family find themselves stranded on an uncharted island.
9.05 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Triple bill. Woody gets snowed in at Wally's house, Winnie opens a new restaurant, and Woody gets police protection.
9.25 The Cramp Twins
Nature is given a helping hand when Lucien discovers a new plant.
9.40 The Mummy
The O'Connells' half of the powerful Orb of Aten is stolen by Imhotep.
10.00 Grange Hill
Omnibus edition. The school election causes tension.
Shown last Tuesday and Thursday on BBC1
10.50 The Next Big Thing
Rock band Fraid are among today's hopefuls.
Shown last Friday BBC1
Extreme Mayhem champions battle it out for supremacy.
Shown last Friday
Baby, It's You. Max is shocked to discover Tess is pregnant. With a guest appearance by singer Nelly Furtado. 467695i
A visit to London's oldest wallpaper factory.
at politics in the South and South
East, with Bruce Parker. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: satellite viewers will need to retune to analogue TV to receive South on Sunday.
Reviewing political events from a London perspective. Presented by Jon Craig. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Ireland v Wales
Live coverage from Lansdowne Road (kickoff 2pm) as Ireland take on Wales with the visitors still smarting from last season's 36-6 loss at the Millennium stadium. With John Inverdale.
Keith Wood 's questionnaire: page 24; The league of nations: page 25
Live coverage of the first meeting of the indoor season - the AAA championships from
Cardiff. Britain's best are vying to be in the frame for Vienna for March's European Indoor championships. With
Roger Black. Commentary from Stuart Storey , Steve Cram ,
Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell , John Regis. Producer Martin Webster
Editor Michael Cole
Unit 731. In north-east China during the Second World War, the Japanese army built a complex of research laboratories to develop deadly microbes, such as cholera, anthrax and bubonic plague, into weapons of mass destruction. These were tested on human guinea pigs, many hundreds of thousands of whom died. Anita McNaught follows some of the surviving victims - Chinese PoWs and civilians - as they seek compensation from the Japanese government. Producer Giselle Portenier: Editor Fiona Murch
Fish-keepers reveal what to do with hair rollers in an aquarium. Producer Niall Fraser : Director Stuart Everett
Helen Mirren introduces a profile of actor Nigel Hawthorne , who died, aged 72, on Boxing Day last year. The film reveals an early life of emotional turmoil and professional struggle, but also shows how he found fulfilment in his life and work in his fifties with the comedy series Ves, Minister [an episode of which is showing on Wednesday at 7.30pm) and the acclaimed film The Madness of King George.
Director Ian Leese : Editor Basil Comely
Forever Young. Humans have always dreamt of an elixir of youth. Exercise, low-calorie diets and growth hormones are currently touted as possibilities. This film, part of the Gene Stories strand, finds that the solution to ageing may be in sight with the discovery that a vital gas is the chief culprit, while it also hears of a drug that claims to double life span. Narrated by Ian Holm. Last in the series.
Producer Chris Lethbridge
Series producer Jill Fullerton-Smith
The workings of the eyes and ears. Last in the series.
Producer Becky Jones : Executive producer Alan Bookbinder
n Drama, adapted by Gary Mitchell from his award-winning play, about friendship, loyalty and betrayal, set in modern-day Belfast. When the political leadership of the Ulster
Defence Association bans paramilitary activity, the teams groomed for fighting face a drastic change in lifestyle.
Producers Robert Cooper. Anthony Rowe : Director Harry Bradbeer
Lesley Garrett , Ben Norris , Leee John and Beverley Turner are the guests on this edition of the mirthful music quiz.
Shown last Monday
Coverage of the Benson and Hedges Masters, which began today at Wembley Conference Centre in London.
Opening matches include Paul Hunter v Stephen Lee and Fergal O'Brien v Steve Davis. Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Executive producer Graham Fry
Highlights of the first two quarter-finals. Presented by Garth Crooks. Simon Brotherton and Steve Wilson commentate.
Producer Emma Josling : Editor Andrew Clement
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Exam Revision 2.00 Science 4 Plant Biology Languages 4.00 Talk German (parts 1-4) Working in Education 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 The Art of the Restorer
6.30 The Celebrated Cyfarthfa Band'