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Music Makers

Professor Allegro's World of Music

Episode 1: In the City

Duration: 20 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Series exploring musical concepts. In this programme, Professor Allegro transports his audience to the bright lights of the city.

10.30 Look and Read
(ages 7-9) (Subtitled)

10.50 The Geography Programme: Investigating Britain: Tourism
(ages 11-16)

11.10 Landmarks: Portrait of Europe: Southern Spain
(ages 9-12) (Subtitled)

11.30 English File: Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry: Part 1
(ages 14-16)

12.00 Scene: Current Issues: Dear Nobody: Part 1
A three-part adaptation by Richard Cameron of Bertie Doherty's novel.
(ages 13-17)

Buried Treasure: pg 9; Family: pg 34

Contributors

Author (Scene:
Current Issues: Dear Nobody): Bertie Doherty
Adapted by (Scene:
Current Issues: Dear Nobody): Richard Cameron

Further coverage from the ATP tennis tournament in London, with places in tomorrow's semi-finals at stake.
Plus action from the European Indoor Athletics championships in Valencia, Spain. Producer Martin Webster including at 2.40 and 3.25 News Subtitled Regional News and Weather

Contributors

Producer:
Martin Webster

Contestants contro! robot warriors in the new game show. Presented by Jeremy Clarkson and Philippa Forrester, with commentary by Jonathan Pearce.
(Repeated on Sunday)

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Clarkson
Presenter:
Philippa Forrester
Commentary:
Jonathan Pearce
Director:
Stuart McDonald
Series Producer:
Stephen Carsey

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Gardeners' World

1998

Episode 2

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Alan presents this edition from Barleywood, offering advice on pruning buddleias and avoiding the plant disease, black spots. Also in the show, we meet Clive Postles, who hybridises daffodils.

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Blackadder

Blackadder II

Episode 1: Bells

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Sitcom set in Tudor England. The calculating Edmund Blackadder is struck by Cupid's arrow when he takes on a new servant - a girl named Bob. Show more

Contributors

Edmund Blackadder:
Rowan Atkinson
Lord Percy:
Tim McInnerny
Baldrick:
Tony Robinson
Queen Elizabeth I:
Miranda Richardson
Lord Melchett:
Stephen Fry
Flashheart:
Rik Mayall
Mr Leech:
John Grillo
Kate's Father:
Edward Jewesbury
Young Crone:
Sadie Shimmin
Wisewoman:
Barbara Miller
Producer:
John Lloyd
Writer:
Ben Elton

Host Mark Lamarr and team captains Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus return with a seven-part series of the irreverent music quiz. The guests tonight are comedian Donna McPhail, singer Roachford, Cerys Matthews from Catatonia and Tommy Scott, lead singer of Space.
See today's choices. (Stereo)

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Lamarr
Team captain:
Sean Hughes
Team captain:
Phill Jupitus
Panellist:
Donna McPhail
Panellist:
null Roachford
Panellist:
Cerys Matthews
Panellist:
Tommy Scott
Director:
Steve Bendelack
Producer:
Jim Pullin

The first of a six-part political comedy quiz. hosted by Clive Andersen.
Guests join captains Graeme Garden and Jeremy Hardy each week in a series of light-hearted challenges testing their abilities to be modem politicians. See today's choices.
Producer Richard Osman: Series producer Anne Marie Thorogood Repeated on Sunday at 9pm Stereo

Contributors

Unknown:
Graeme Garden
Unknown:
Jeremy Hardy
Producer:
Richard Osman

The innovative sketch show tonight features ta!k-show host Michael Parkinson.
Director Angle de Chasteiai Smith ; Senes producers Phi) C!art<e and Karen Rosie

Contributors

Unknown:
Michael Parkinson.
Unknown:
Chasteiai Smith
Unknown:
Karen Rosie

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour, 5 minutes

on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Jools is joined by 60s star Steve Winwood, Welsh trio Stereophonics, Finley Quaye, Counting Crows, US singer James Taylor and guitarist Ry Cooder.

BBC Two England

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