With signing. Subtitled
The 1984 "Rum Regatta" at Flensburg. Rpt
Pathe News of 1953. A Griffin production for BBCtv
Picture frames. Rpt
9.05 The Global Environment
9.25 Job Bank
9.45 Numbertime (Stereo)
10.00 Go 4,5
10.20 Music Time (Stereo)
10.40 Firework Safety
10.45 Thinkabout Science (Stereo)
11.00 Zig Zag (Stereo)
11.20 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (Stereo) (Subtitled)
11.50 Le Cafe des Reves (Stereo)
12.10 The Geography Programme
12.30 History File
12.50 Teaching Today (Stereo)
1.20-1.40 Children's BBC with Chris Jarvis
1.20 Gordon T Gopher
1.30 Christopher Crocodile
1.40 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts
2.00 News (Subtitled) and Weather; followed by Numbertime (Stereo)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
Regional programmes shown yesterday at 2.00pm.
Regional Variations (2)
Scottish painter James Cumming discusses the Scottish School in the early 19th century, examining the Romantic landscapes of John Thomson and David Wilkie's genre paintings, among others. Show more
Subtitled (news) Followed by Songs of Praise
Regional News; Weather
Word game where 2 contestants pit their wits against
Bryan the computer. With
Paul Coia. Stereo 84
Cameraman Mitsuaki Iwago followed whales across the Pacific for eight months.
Rpt Subtitled 88
Daily quiz based on memorable events of this day in years gone by. With Martyn Lewis. A Mentorn Enterprises production for BBCtv
The story behind sculptor Auguste Bartholdi 's Statue of Liberty. 8
Gomez buys a private school for Wednesday and Pugsley.
6.25 Les Lives
Vic Reeves's former sidekick goes on a seaside holiday.
Written by Fred Aylward
Director Neil Mackenzie Matthews
Producer Graham K Smith
6.30 The Real McCoy
Sketches, songs, satire and insanity from some of Britain's best black comedians. With guests Ruby Turner and Junior. Director Terry Jervis; Producer Bill Wilson
7.00 D Energy
With Shara Nelson, Urban Cookie Collective and the Source. Plus an exclusive interview with D:Ream, and International Style Squad.
Director Terry Jervis; series producer Clare Pizey
COMPETITION: D Energy Lift Off Competition, [address removed].
— Film-maker Molly i Dineen went to London
_ Zoo in August 1991 to make a film of modest intentions. Within a week of her arrival, it had been plunged into the most turbulent period of its history, as a massive cost-cutting exercise caused redundancies and robbed the zoo of a third of its animals.
Dineen's four-part portrait of the zoo, first shown in January, records fierce debate and bitter resentment as staff and management struggle to secure a future.
The new management team must cut costs and attract more visitors. One in three of the keepers will have to go. In this first programme, the selection process gets under way, and the keepers brace themselves for the prospect of having to leave the animals they have worked devotedly with all their lives. Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff An RTO production for BBCtv
Romantic comedy starring
An eminent palaeontologist is appalled to find "her patch" being excavated by a miner. With Robert Foxworth , Lou Antonio and Ronald Lacey. Director Lou Antonio (1990)
Radio comedian, columnist and prankster
Victor Lewis-Smith makes his first extended foray into television with a new series loosely based on the framework of a deranged hospital drama. Producer Richard Curson Smith
SEE THIS WEEK page 16
Presented by Peter Snow.
Director Michael Winner takes on the critics of his controversial film, Dirty
Weekend. With Sarah Dunant.
The first of four nightly readings from this year's Booker
Prize-winning novel. Director/Producer Clive Brill
First in a short season of gangster movies. Starring
The story of John Dillinger who rose from small-time crime to become official public enemy number one. With Anne Jeffreys , Edmund Lowe , Eduardo Ciannelli and Marc Lawrence.
Director Max Nosseck (1945)
(The Gangster tomorrow at 12.15am)
FILM REVIEWS pages 59-66
Eight programmes entirely in French.
(A-level German tomorrow at 2.00am)