Programme Index

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7.30 The Wacky Races
Cartoon fun.
(Repeat)

7.55 Record Breakers
Gold More records.
(Shown on Monday at 4.35pm on BBC1)

8.20 Teddy Trucks
Teddy bear animation.
(Repeated at 2pm) (Repeat)

8.25 Spot
Animation, narrated by Paul Nicholas. The little dog visits the park.
(Repeated at 2.05pm) (Repeat)

Contributors

Narrator ("Spot"):
Paul Nicholas

10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-5) Side by Side -in, out. through
10.45 Go for It (ages 9+) Going Places 7899987 11.00 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) A Tongue in YerHeid- Angry
Noisy, Angry Quiet Written by Frances Corr Stereo 9911068 11.20 Music Makers (ages 9-11) Structure stereo 9977616 11.40 Science in Action (ages 11-13) What's Cooking?
Stereo 9848890 12.00 Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) QueCalor! 7011884 12.05
History File (ages 14-17) Nazi Germany-Who Opposed Hitler?

Contributors

Written By:
Frances Corr Stereo

Entertainers Jeremy Beadle ,
Tom O'Connor and Rod Hull join Esther Rantzen to discuss what makes people laugh.
Repeat Stereo ....

Contributors

Unknown:
Entertainers Jeremy Beadle
Unknown:
Tom O'Connor
Unknown:
Rod Hull
Unknown:
Esther Rantzen

Coverage of the World Figure Skating championships in Lausanne, Switzerland, begins with action from this afternoon's first phase of the men's championship, the short programme with its seven demanding elements.
Introduced by Sue Barker. Commentary by Barry Davies and Robin Cousins. Producers Alastair Scott and Barbara Slater
Executive producer Jim Reside Stereo ..........

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sue Barker.
Commentary By:
Barry Davies
Commentary By:
Robin Cousins.
Producers:
Alastair Scott
Producers:
Barbara Slater

Seven scientists give an insight into what inspires and excites them by choosing their personal seven wonders of the world.
Professor of natural history at Edinburgh University Aubrey Manning starts the series by selecting his septet, including the thylacine or Tasmanian tiger, the dances of honey bees and trees. Introduced by Sue Lawley. See today's choices.
(Stereo)
See This Week: page 7

Contributors

Presenter:
Sue Lawley
Speaker:
Professor Aubrey Manning
Producer:
Christopher Sykes
Executive Producer:
Dana Purvis

The last entreaty in the series in which people challenge conventional wisdom on different issues.
All for a Good Cause. Isittimefortax and charity laws to be radically modernised? Perri 6, research director at the think-tank Demos, believes that charities are privileged by unfairtax laws. Having previously promoted the interests of charities, he feels they are big business and are being enabled to compete unfairly with private firms. Charity shops pay a fifth of the rates they should, he argues, and are driving small traders to the wall, and big charities chasing council contracts have similar advantages.
Producer Lucy Jago ; Executive producer Sue Davidson Colour and black and white Stereo Subtitled.

Contributors

Producer:
Lucy Jago
Producer:
Sue Davidson

More interior design challenges as a couple from Chester in Cheshire swap houses with their daughter and son-in-law. Designer Liz Wagstaff creates a family room with a nautical feel and Graham Wynne completely transforms a bedroom. Will the couples like the results? With Carol Smillie.
Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt ; Producer
AnnHill Repeat Stereo Subtitled ....
SCIENCE WEEK

Contributors

Designer:
Liz Wagstaff
Designer:
Graham Wynne
Unknown:
Carol Smillie.
Director:
Nick Vaughan-Barratt

Regional Variations (2)

Modern Times

The Way of All Flesh

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two East

Available for years

In 1951, scientists removed cancerous cells from American Henrietta Lacks just before she died in the hope that they held the secret of how to conquer cancer. By Adam Curtis. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Adam Curtis
Series Editor:
Stephen Lambert

Genres

Double Dutch. Holland is famous as a flat landscape of canals and windmills, dykes and wide horizons, But there is another Holland closerto home
-countryside that is strange and wild, yet at the same time oddly familiar.
Jonathan Meades embarks on the last cultural exploration in the series.
Executive producer Clare Paterson ; Series producer DavidFTumbull Stereo
Followed by SCIENCE WEEK
Shapes of the Invisible Concrete.

Contributors

Unknown:
Jonathan Meades
Producer:
Clare Paterson

Highlights from the World Figure Skating championships at the Malley Ice Centre in Lausanne, where the first medals are being awarded tonight in the pairs free programme. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Introduced By:
Sue Barker.

Open University
12.30 Good Seeing Repeat Stereo 73285 1.00 Cosmic Recycling Repeat Stereo Subtitled 70759 1.30VenuS
Unveiled Repeat
NightschoolTV
2.00 Teaching Today Art Classics lll; TV6 Vincent Van Gogh
BBC Focus
4.00 English Heritage Repeat 39575 4.30 UnicefintheClassroom Repeat 84952 5.00 Health and Safety at Work Repeat
5.30Voluntary Matters Repeat
Open University
6.00 The Sunbaskers Repeat
6.25A Winter Sleep Repeat
6.50 Breathing Deeply Repeat
FREE LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: call [number removed]

Contributors

Unknown:
Vincent van Gogh

BBC Two England

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