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A look at the introduction of the internet into schools and whether it will benefit deaf children. With signing and subtitles. Repeated Tuesday 12 noon BBC2 WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/see_hear

Highlights from the British Hairdressing awards at Grosvenor House in London, featuring an interview with Sam McKnight. Presented by Caryn Franklin and Tim Vincent.

Contributors

Unknown:
Sam McKnight.
Presented By:
Caryn Franklin
Presented By:
Tim Vincent.

Live coverage of the top pop bands and music acts of 1997 gathering to collect their Smash Hits' awards and performing their hit songs at the Docklands London Arena.
Featuring the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, Hanson, Janet Jackson, Celine Dion, Louise, Boyzone, Eternal, Gary Barlow, Peter Andre, Republica and Texas.

Contributors

Director:
Julia Knowles
Producer:
Julia Knowles

The classic wartime comedy series written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft. Everybody's Trucking. The platoon are instructed to signpost an important route. Repeat Subtitled ....................................

Contributors

Written By:
Jimmy Perry
Written By:
David Croft.

Thirdin the six-part children's drama series, based on the book by E Nesbit.
Now that the dreadful Mrs Biddle has the magic carpet, can the children get it back?
Adapted by Helen Cresswell Stereo Subtitled . * Raising teatime TV from the ashes: p 39

Contributors

Unknown:
Mrs Biddle
Adapted By:
Helen Cresswell
Anthea:
Jessica Fox
Robert:
Ivan Berry
Cyril:
Ben Simpson
Jane:
Charlotte Chinn
Voice ofthe Phoenix:
David Suchet
Mrs Biddle:
Gemma Jones
Lily:
Jean Alexander
Eliza:
Lesley Dunlop
MrTonks:
Christopher Biggins
Miss Peasmarsh:
Miranda Pleasence
Uncle Felix:
Mark Powley
Grace:
Laura Clarke
Pet shop owner:
Daniel Casey
Erb:
Leigh Foley
Ike:
Luke Strain
Rose:
Louise Carey
Carol singer:
Jamie Sweeney
RevBlenkinsop:
Philip Bird
Selina:
Selina Cadell
Amelia:
Nicola Redmond

To celebrate the beginning of the season of Advent Pam Rhodes visits Matlock in north Derbyshire, where she finds out how a donkey sanctuary is helping sick children. She joins local people in the parish church of St Giles where hymns include O Come, O Come Emmanuel, O Little Town of Bethlehem and Hark, What a Sound.

Contributors

Presenter:
Pam Rhodes
Producer:
Maurice Maguire
Editor:
Helen Alexander

Comedy set in an English TB sanatorium in 1947. TheWhistDrive. DrRuggles allows Brian and Tuckerto attend a whist drive, but Roy is only well enough to spectate.
Written by Ray Galton and John Antrobus Director Christine Gernon ; Producer
PhilipKampff Stereo

Contributors

Written By:
Ray Galton
Written By:
John Antrobus
Director:
Christine Gernon
Roy Osborne:
Matthew Cottle
Brian Clapton:
Eddie Marsan
Norman Tucker:
Hugh Bonneville
Dr Ruggles:
Gabrielle Glaister
Sister Shelley:
Kate O'Toole
Sqdn Ldr Fielding:
Robert Bathurst
Padre:
Michael Troughton
Vanessa Del Ray:
Hermione Norris
Mrs Doormouse:
Georgina Beer
Benson:
Tim Bourne
Matron:
Edwin Aford
Women at whist drive:
Louise Paige
.Women at whist drive:
Louise Tomkins
.Women at whist drive:
Claire Worboys

Regional Variations (2)

Antiques Roadshow

Series 20

Episode 5: Marlborough

Duration: 45 minutes

on BBC One West

Hugh Scully and the team visit Marlborough College in Wiltshire. Here the experts discover a collection of Dylan Thomas poetry. Other interesting items unearthed include an ostrich egg box.

Fourth in a five-part adaptation of Henry
Fielding's comic romance.
Lady Bellaston is determined to separate Tom and Sophia. See today's choices.
This episode contains male and female nudity.
Adapted by Simon Burke ; Producer
Suzan Harrison ; Director Metin Huseyin Repeated on Wednesday at 10.45pm
+ John Sessions Questionnaire: p 18

Contributors

Adapted By:
Simon Burke
Producer:
Suzan Harrison
Director:
Metin Huseyin
Tom Jones:
Max Beesley
Sophia:
Samantha Morton
Squire Western:
Brian Blessed
Squire Altworthy:
Benjamin Whitrow
Henry Fielding:
John Sessions
Aunt Western:
Frances de la Tour
Blifil:
James D'Arcy
Lady Bellaston:
Lindsay Duncan
Honour:
Kathy Burke
Partridge:
Ron Cook
Mr Square:
Christopher Fulford
RevThwackum:
Richard Ridings
Jack Nightingale:
Matt Bar Dock
Anderson ROGER:
Lloyd Pack
Mrs Miller:
Celia Imrie
Nancy Miller:
Kelly Reilly
LordFellamar:
Peter Capaldi
Mr Dowling:
Sylvester McCoy
Parson Supple:
Brian Pettifer
Mrs Rtzpatrick:
Michelle Fairley
Mr Nightingale Sr:
Tim Healy
Gang leader:
Simon Smith

Comedy entertainment series starring Paul O'Grady as Lily Savage. Tonight's guests include Jason Connery , Janet Street-Porter , Simon Williams , Dale Winton and Mystic Meg. Director AlasdairMacMillan; Producer
MarkLinsey Stereo Subtitled ...

Contributors

Unknown:
Paul O'Grady
Unknown:
Jason Connery
Unknown:
Janet Street-Porter
Unknown:
Simon Williams
Unknown:
Dale Winton

Paganism is claimed to be the fastest growing religion in Britain. Everyman examines the rituals of a witches' coven and the practices ofdruids and shamans and asks whether these faiths are genuine religions or seductive and dangerous superstitions. Narrated by Jenny Agutter.
Producer Richard Fretwell ; Series editor
Richard Denton

Contributors

Unknown:
Jenny Agutter.
Producer:
Richard Fretwell
Editor:
Richard Denton

The first in a new eight-part series of comic chat, sketches and stand-up, asthe regular team, including Felix Dexter ,
Ricky Grover , Robert Elms and Annabel Giles , reviews this week's stories of moral concern.
Series producer ZabChughtai; Executive producer John Drury

Contributors

Unknown:
Felix Dexter
Unknown:
Ricky Grover
Unknown:
Robert Elms
Unknown:
Annabel Giles
Producer:
John Drury

Comedy western starring Judge Reinhold
A romantic young optician from New York heads off to
Tombstone and comes to the aid of famed lawman Wyatt Earp.
Director Piers Haggard (1992) ... ♦ See Films: pages 64-76 ***
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown:
Judge Reinhold
Director:
Piers Haggard
Ernest Albright:
Judge Reinhold
Wyatt Earp:
Fred Ward
Lucy Laughton:
Patricia Clarkson
Mayor Thombush:
M Emmet Walsh
Charlie Winniger:
John Schuck

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