Kenan and Kel American comedy. Kel breaks the first prize in the shop raffle. Repeat
9.30 Glad Rags Comedy drama series about a girl with a vivid imagination who loves dressing up. Subtitled ...........
9.55 Yogi's Space Race Cartoon spaceship shenanigans. Repeat.4542312
10.20 Tetetubbies Washing the Elephant A baby elephant receives a wash.
10.50 Telequest Discover how to stage a puppet show as children in Yorkshire demonstrate their skills
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Day two of the summer racing festival, featuring the Sussex Stakes at 3.20, with Vintage Stakes winner Aijabr among the likely runners, and further races at 2.15,
2.45 and 3.50. Introduced by Clare Balding with Willie Carson , Jim McGrath , Angus Loughran , Jonathan Powell , Jimmy Lindley and Graham Rock. Jennie Bond and Trinny Woodall review the festival fashion. Digital widescreen ...................
Linford Christie sees two free divers attempt the longest underwater kiss, actor and singer Adam Rickitt gives a tour of the Coronation Street set, Kate Sanderson sits in with the world's largest orchestra and Jez Edwards reports on a promising young footballer. The next programme is on Friday at 5.10pm
We 'd Like to Know a Little Bit
About You for Our Files. Bill finds a scrap of paper which leads her to draw a disturbing conclusion concerning David.
Written by Andrew Marshall
Repeat Subtitled .............................
It is autumn and there are fewer visitors at the zoo. But there is a new attraction: Jomie, a male gorilla. The zoo hoped that he would breed, but primate keepers Mick Carman and Keith Lloyd discover that Jomie is carrying the hepatitis B virus. Mating plans are put aside, and vet Sue Thornton is called on to inoculate the two female gorillas - not an easy task. The cold weather takes its toll when Rachel Jones finds several rare field crickets have died and Sue Thornton treats a spider tortoise with a cold. Producer Nigel Duckers
Digital widescreen Subtitled .............
Robert Winston concludes his series examining the science of identical twins with a look at the differences that occur in twins in spite of biological similarities. A set of twin sisters who enjoy the same clubs, music and fashion are shown to have different tastes in partners, and a biographer of the Kray twins discusses his belief that it was only the influence of one brotherthat led the other into a life of crime.
See today's choices.
Producer Liesel Evans ; Executive producer Michael Mosley
Jackie's holiday on the Greek island of Zante is nearingan end, but she still hasn't reached a decision regarding her future. Kelly misses her boyfriend while on a five-week modelling assignment in Japan, and Mr Gilbert takes Joyce dancing at the Tower Ballroom, Blackpool. Last in the series; a new series is planned.
Producer Morgan Matthews ; Series editor Bridget Sneyd
Ruby Wax concludes her journey across pre-millennium America. Porno. The American adult film industry earns$8bil lion a year-more than mainstream cinema.
In this frank, but non-sensational programme Ruby travels to
Hollywood to meet some makers of pornography, and visits the set of a hard-core sex film. Ruby
Wax returns with a new series of Ruby in the autumn. Director Michael Waldman
Executive producer David Blake Knox
Another chance to see the writer and comedian's most recent stand-up comedy series. With regular contributions from
Ronnie Corbett , and Roy and HG. Director Geraldine Dowd
Producer Geoff Atkinson
Repeat Subtitled .......................
Comedy drama starring
When a TV journalist realises that her weight problem is holding her back, she enters into a pact with the Devil.
Director George Kaczender (1996)
+ See Films: pp 42-48 **
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