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10.25 Come Outside: Holes in the Ground
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)

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

11.05 Space Ark: Inside Plants
(ages 7-11)

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

11.30 Ghostwriter: Who's Who: Part 2
(ages 10-12)

Thrice-weekly international talk show.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
(Stereo)
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Contributors

Presenter:
Andrew Neil

Gloria Hunniford presents a profile of outspoken Conservative MP Edwina Currie, who explains how she combines the roles of wife and mother with her arduous political schedule.
(The series continues tomorrow at 5.40pm)

Contributors

Presenter:
Gloria Hunniford
Subject:
Edwina Currie
Director:
Patricia Houlihan
Producer:
Paul Stead

Allie ignores Matt's desperate plea for one last chance. The effects of Declan's gambling threaten to spread.

Contributors

Matt:
Vince Poletto
Allie:
Inge Hornstra
Danielle:
Emma Roache
Katerina:
Ada Nicodemou
Bolton:
John Pollard
Declan:
Rupertreid
Stassy:
Tara Jakszewicz

Second of a six-part series looking at how noted architects can transform neglected and unfashionable areas.

In a rare interview, famous French designer Philippe Starck discusses his design for a wooden, self-assembly family home that incorporates all his ideals for the interior and exterior of a house. Available to buy from catalogues via mail-order, the building will, Starck hopes, transform the whole landscape of Europe.

(The Designs of the Times season continues with the BBC Design Awards tomorrow at 7.30pm)
(Stereo)

Contributors

Interviewee:
Philippe Starck
Series Producer:
Catherine Wheatley
Editor:
Peter Neil

Walt Disney's dream of building high-tech town run according to old-fashioned ideas of neighbourliness and community values was never realised during his lifetime. But the corporation bearing his name has invested $4 billion and engaged leading architects to build the town of Celebration in Florida. Setting strict standards of behaviour and decor, this experiment in social engineering will eventually support 20,000 inhabitants. Ben Woolley watches the first families move in.
Last in the series.

Contributors

Reporter:
Ben Woolley
Producer:
Phil Smith
Series Editor:
Michael Poole

Keith Floyd marks the end of his African expedition by spit-roasting a suckling pig and providing a large supply of local beer for villagers on the banks of the Zambezi in Zambia. Before leaving the continent, he visits the vineyards of South Africa, prepares guinea fowl with bacon in wine and cooks barbecued crayfish on top of Table Mountain.

Keith Floyd's Choice: page 12

Contributors

Presenter/Cook:
Keith Floyd
Director:
Mike Connor
Producer:
Chris Denham

Crime drama starring Daniel Benzali

Cross's alibi is weakened when Velacek makes a video discovery.
(Rptd tomorrow 11.15pm)

Contributors

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
Ray Velacek:
Joe Spano

Actress Molly Ringwald talks on the set of Office Killer about her comeback after a career slump. Plus, how films about Northern Ireland have become casualties of the February bombings in London. Hosted by Howard Schuman.

Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Presenter:
Howard Schuman
Interviewee:
Molly Ringwald
Series Director:
Phil Day
Series Editor:
Paul Kerr

Open University
12.30 Scientific Community in 17th-century England
(Rpt)
1.00 The True Geometry of Nature
(Stereo)
1.30 Musical Prodigies?
how talent develops.
(Rpt)

Night School
2.00 Teaching Today

BBC Focus
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT
4.30 United Nations: 50 Years of Activity
5.00 Understanding Dyslexia
5.30 Film Education

Open University
6.00 Volumes of Revolution
6.25 Organic Molecules in Action
6.50 The Great Exhibition
a study of the Crystal Palace.

BBC Two England

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