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10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-5) NumberTen Stereo 3479466 10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Natural History Stereo 3467621 11.00
Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Designing It Stereo 5993060 11.20 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Stereo 7663824 11.40 English Express (ages 9-11)
12.00 German Globo (ages 11-12) 4643331 12.05 Seeingthrough Science (ages 13-16) Energy

Twelve Hours. Richard and Sharron are assigned to protect a visiting president. Richard Barrett WILLIAM GAUNT , Sharron MacReady ALEXANDRA BASTEDO . Craig Stirling STUART DAMON , Tremayne ANTHONY NICHOLLS. Raven MIKE PRATT ,
Admiral Cox PETER HOWELL. Lt Cdr Street JOHN TURNER Written by Donald James Repeat Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown:
Richard Barrett William Gaunt
Unknown:
, Sharron MacReady Alexandra Bastedo
Unknown:
Craig Stirling Stuart Damon
Unknown:
Tremayne Anthony Nicholls.
Unknown:
Raven Mike Pratt
Unknown:
Admiral Cox Peter Howell.
Unknown:
Lt Cdr Street John Turner
Written By:
Donald James

A veteran admiral attempts to negotiate the release of several Federation officials who have been taken hostage. But the admiral's own life is the ransom demanded as revenge for his actions 45 years before. Repeat Stereo
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6pm

Contributors

Captain Jean-Luc Picard:
Patrick Stewart
Commander William Riker:
Jonathan Frakes
Lt Commander Data:
Brent Spiner
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Gates McFadden
Lt Commander Geordi LaForge:
Levar Burton
Counsellor Deanna Troi:
Marina Sirtis
Lieutenant Worf:
Michael Dorn
Lieutenant Tasha Yar:
Denise Crosby
Wesley Crusher:
Wil Wheaton
Admiral Jameson:
Clayton Rohner

Animated Old Testament stories.
Joseph. Joseph is sold into slavery by his brothers, but rises to the pinnacle of Egyptian life and is eventually reunited with his family. With the voices of: Di rector AidaZiablikova

Contributors

Joseph:
Anton Lesser
Young Joseph:
Robert Harper
Jacob:
Gerald James
Potiphar:
Philip Voss
Potiphar's wife:
Rebecca Egan
Trader:
Anthony Jackson
Jailer:
Anthony Jackson
Juda:
Richard O'Callaghan
Benjamin:
John McAndrew
Simeon:
Simon Ludders
Levi:
Jonathan Tafler
Pharaoh:
Jonathan Tafler
Reuben:
Rob Lane

Magazine programme for everyone, made by and about disabled people.
Including reports from Annie Delin , Gary O'Donoghue , Mik Scarlet and KimTserkerzie.
Series editor Ian Macrae

Contributors

Unknown:
Annie Delin
Unknown:
Gary O'Donoghue
Unknown:
Mik Scarlet
Editor:
Ian MacRae

The inside story on medicine continues. It is estimated that one in every 3.000 patients is awake during surgery, but is unabletomoveortocryout.
Donna Bernard talks to Norman Dalton , who suffered post-traumatic stress disorder after coming round during a heart bypass operation, and she meets an anaesthetist who claims to have a simple and effective solution to this problem. DrPhil Hammond investigates whether doctors are getting ruder, and asks if a decline in the bedside manner can be halted. Plus a look at cough and cold medicines-how they work and if they offer value for money.
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves : Series producer Michael Mosley

Contributors

Talks:
Donna Bernard
Unknown:
Norman Dalton
Producer:
Sarah Hargreaves
Producer:
Michael Mosley

North Yorkshire. In the fishing town of Whitby, setting forBram Stoker's novel Dracula,
Gary Rhodes livens up the traditional yorkshire pudding- by adding horseradish cream - and earns the approval of the Yorkshire Pudding Appreciation Society. See today's choices.
Director Dick Foster : Producer Gabrielle Jackson
* Gary Rhodes : page 48

Contributors

Unknown:
Gary Rhodes
Director:
Dick Foster
Producer:
Gabrielle Jackson
Unknown:
Gary Rhodes

Robert Smith sells grand feudal titles to wealthy commoners, such as Melody Urquhart, now known as the Baroness of Leyny. This film follows the newly titled through a summer of auctions and functions, culminating in a ball for those celebrating their elevated status.

See today's choices.

Contributors

Subject:
Robert Smith
Subject:
Melody Urquhart
Director:
John Alexander
Series Editor:
Stephen Lambert

Jim Brady had Huntington's chorea, a hereditary disease that attacks the central nervous system. For months he pleaded with his family to help him end his life - and his brother Paul finally did. Jane Franchi tells their story.
Producer Susie Taylor ; Editor Neil McDonald
First shown on BBC Scotland
Followed byWeatherview

Contributors

Unknown:
Jim Brady
Unknown:
Jane Franchi
Producer:
Susie Taylor
Editor:
Neil McDonald

Open University
12.30 Newton's Revolution
57436 1.00 The Physics of Ball Games Subtitled 71664 1.30 Magnetic Fields in Space
Nightschool TV
2.00 Technology Starters; Mad about Music: Zig Zag: Teaching Today; Crime and Punishment
BBC Focus
4.00 English Heritage Repeat
4.30 Modern Apprenticeships - Invest in the Future Repeat 92157 5.00 Health and Safety at Work Repeat
5.30 The Adviser Repeat Open University
6.00 Science Matters Acid Politics
Subtitled 5359664 6.50 The Chemistry of Creativity
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