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10.25 You and Me: Whatever the Weather
(ages 3-5)

10.45 Look and Read: Earth Warp - Codename Charlie
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)

11.05 Zig Zag: Geography UK - Living in Northern Ireland
(ages 8-10)

11.25 Ici Paris
French language series.
(ages 12-14)

11.40 English Time: Get the Grammar
(ages 11-14) (Stereo)

12.00 GNVQ: Business
(ages 16+)

1.00 History File: The Roman Empire
(ages 11-16) (Stereo)

1.20 Landmarks: Victorian Britain
(ages 9-12) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

1.40 Spanish Globo
Spanish for beginners.
(ages 11-12) (Stereo)

1.45 Storytime: Peace at Last
(ages 4-5)

Drama starring Treat Williams

Poland 1939: Max and fiancee Helen are sent to a Nazi camp. They are not reunited until 20 years later.
(1990)
Film Reviews pages 59-64

Including at 3.00 News; Regional News; Weather

Contributors

Director:
Philip Saville
Max Rosenberg:
Treat Williams
Helen Weiss:
Alice Krige
Simon Wiesenthal:
Martin Landau
Werner Schultze:
Jonathan Phillips
Peter:
Adam Kotz
Miriam Weiss:
Jodhi May
Judith:
Lulee Fisher

Continuing the series in which Miriam Margolyes , Leo McKern , Hugh Laurie and Louise Lombard celebrate British and American comic verse.........

Contributors

Unknown:
Miriam Margolyes
Unknown:
Leo McKern
Unknown:
Hugh Laurie
Unknown:
Louise Lombard

Continuing Gerry Anderson's science-fiction police series.

An undercover policewoman is murdered and her aggressive partner is assigned to work with Brogan and Haldane. Meanwhile, the strange, black-cowled serial killer pursues his next victim.

Contributors

Created by:
Gerry Anderson
Writer:
Nicholas Sagan
Director:
Sidney Hayers
Lieutenant Patrick Brogan:
Ted Shackelford
Officer Jack Hakdane:
Rob Youngblood
Officer Jane Castle:
Simone Bendix
Sally Brogan:
Nancy Paul
Matt:
Nic Klein
Liz:
Megan Olive
Podly:
Jerome Willis
Romek:
Lou Hirsch
Orrin/Emil Kmada:
Richard James
Took:
Mary Woodvine
Fredo:
David Quilter
Lionel Carson:
Joe Mydell
Verro Walker:
Rolf Saxon
Chloe Vincent:
Natalie Roles
Man:
Andy Dawson
Peri/Humanoid:
Rob Thirtle
Timmons:
Wayne Forrester

This week, Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss present an Oasis special which goes behind the scenes of their UK tour and talks to band members Noel and Liam Gallagher.
(Repeated next Sunday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jamie Theakston
Presenter:
Jayne Middlemiss
Interviewee:
Noel Gallagher
Interviewee:
Liam Gallagher
Producer:
Paul Smith

Ray Mears proves that food can come free from the forest when he chews his way through ladies' thumb, pignut, burdock and chicken in the woods.
(Rpt) (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Ray Mears
Producer:
Kathryn Moore
Series Producer:
Colette Foster

The fourth of a five-part series looking at humans and nature in Polynesia.

The great migrations of the Polynesian people to the remote islands of Hawaii and New Zealand were their most ambitious. In the volcanic islands of Hawaii the settlers became experts at horticulture and fish farming, and developed a distinctive culture with hula dancing and masked warriors. In New Zealand the migrants had to adapt to a cooler climate.

Contributors

Narrator:
Tim Pigott-Smith
Producer:
Mark Jacobs
Series writer/Producer:
Peter Crawford

Continuing the paranormal drama series starring David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson

Mulder goes to California to investigate a blood-drinking cult.

Contributors

Fox Mulder:
David Duchovny
Dana Scully:
Gillian Anderson
Unholy Spirit:
Justina Vail
Kristen:
Perrey Reeves
Son:
Frank Military

Another eclectic mix of the weird and the wonderful. The last of the series features the Health Care Olympics, the radio weatherman who lost his job for forecasting rain, and Rusty Cundieff looking at business philosophies.

Contributors

Presenter/Producer:
Michael Moore
Reporter:
Rusty Cundieff
Producer:
David Mortimer

On the eve of the Conservative Party Conference, Peter Snow is in Blackpool where he chairs a political debate on the future of the Conservative Party. Jeremy Paxman is in the studio.

(See This Week: page 14)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Paxman
Chairman:
Peter Snow

Jeremy Isaacs talks to composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim about his work - which includes West Side Story, Follies and Sweeney Todd - his views and his life.

Contributors

Interviewer:
Jeremy Isaacs
Interviewee:
Stephen Sondheim
Producer:
David Herman
Series Editor:
Michael Poole

Note: Videoplus codes below operate with Programme Delivery Control (PDC).
See page 12 for details.

Open University
12.30 The Chemistry of Creation
1.00 Sexual Selection and Speciation
1.30 The Fires of Life

Nightschool
2.00 Landmarks

BBC Focus
4.00 Developing Family Literacy
4.30 DOH Special
5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Technology Season
6.00 Pandora's Box

BBC Two England

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