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10.25 Come Outside: Rubbish
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)

10.40 Lifeschool Extra: Careers - So What Now?
(ages 14+) (Stereo)

11.05 Space Ark: The Environment
(ages 7-11)

11.15 Writing and Pictures: Snapshots
(ages 6-7) (Stereo)

11.30 Ghostwriter: Who's Who: Part 1
(ages 10-12)

International talk show. Presented by Andrew Neil.

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Andrew Neil

A documentary focusing on marriages made in the Second World War. Dennis and Hazel Capewell recall the missing ring and the wedding cake which arrived in crumbs.


Dennis Capewell
Hazel Capewell

Continuing the hard-hitting drama set in a Sydney high school.

Will Danni and Katerina manage to survive Friday the 13th and some strange happenings in the warehouse?


Vince Poletto
Inge Hornstra
Emma Roache
Ada Nicodemou
John Pollard
Rupert Reid
Tara Jakszewicz
Ian Bliss
Jane Dyson:
Diane Craig
Ronnie Brooks:
Deni Gordon

The second programme of the news, interviews and features series is presented by David Gower from Hove, where the Indian tourists play Sussex in their final preparations for this week's one-day internationals against England. Plus, Geoffrey Boycott casts a critical eye over England's first selection for the summer and there's a roundup of the main news and action from the first month of the season.


David Gower
Geoffrey Boycott
Series Producer:
Philip Bernie

Continuing the series with unusual tales from the world of art, design and popular culture.

Three years ago photojournalists Christopher Riley and Doug Niven discovered photographic evidence of one of Cambodia's most infamous prison camps. The Khmer Rouge guerrilla group photographed each of the 14,200 prisoners, of whom only seven survived. Their time is now devoted to creating a haunting record of the country's deadly legacy.


Christopher Riley
Doug Niven
David Okuefuna
Series Editor:
Michael Poole

Keith Floyd combines his love of cooking with his other passion for rugby on a visit to South Africa's main port of Durban, where he cooks a barbecue for some of the fans attending a major rugby cup final. He also discovers the local speciality of bunny chow, a selection of vegetable curries served in a scooped-out half-loaf of bread.


Keith Floyd
Mike Connor
Chris Denham

Crime drama series starring Daniel Benzali

The Goldilocks trial is interrupted by the news that Hoffman's daughter has been abducted.


Theodore 'Ted' Hoffman:
Daniel Benzali
Justine Appleton:
Mary McCormack
Richard Cross:
Stanley Tucci
Neil Avedon:
Jason Gedrick
Chris Docknovich:
Michael Hayden
Lisa Gillespie:
Grace Phillips
Miriam Grasso:
Barbara Bosson
Arnold Spivak:
JC MacKenzie
Arthur Polson:
Dylan Baker

The Coen Brothers discuss their latest black comedy, Fargo; actress Liv Tyler talks about her role in Stealing Beauty; and presenter Howard Schuman joins a Hollywood scriptwriting course.

Followed by Weatherview


Howard Schuman
The Coen Brothers
Liv Tyler
Series Director:
Phil Day
Series Editor:
Paul Kerr

Open University
12.30 Royal Palaces
1.00 Blue Haven
1.30 Alaska - the Last Frontier?

Night School
2.00 Primary Science

BBC Focus
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
4.30 NCET Special
5.00 Understanding Dyslexia
5.30 Film Education

Open University
6.00 Calculus
6.25 Equilibrium Rules OK?
6.50 Crime and Punishment

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