Pre-school fun from
The big freeze comes to Greendale.
Today featuring Peter and Benjamin Bunny.
Animation. Winter descends on the mice.
Cartoon. There's a Dibble double in town.
Fantasy about a boy who lives in the Highlands of Scotland and is the one true friend and protector of Yowler, the last dragon on Earth.
Director Ted Nicolaou (1997) Films: pp 56-64 **
Nathan takes his driving test ready for atrip out with the lads. Written by Annie Wood
Jill Cooper , Jonathan Dimbleby ,
Loyd Grossman and Anthea Turner talk to John Craven about their favourite slice of the countryside. Plus weatherforthe week ahead at 10.55am. E-MAIL: email@example.com
Wartime thriller starring Kirk Douglas and Richard Harris.
Occupied Norway 1942: a team of resistance fighters undertakes a dangerous mission to destroy a heavy-water plant to prevent the Nazis producing an atomic bomb. Director Anthony Mann (1965. U)
Films: pp 56-64 ***
A special celebration in song, presented by Pam Rhodes, Don Maclean and Roy Noble from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. Cliff Richard, Daniel O'Donnell, Bryn Terfel, Laura-Michelle Kelly and Andrew Lloyd Webber, the 5,000-strong BBC Wales Choir of Choirs and the 2,000-voiced Hopes and Dreams choir help swell the singing of the crowd. which is joined by HRH the Prince of Wales. Music includes Guide Me O Thou Great Jehovah, How Great Thou Art, Cliff's Millennium Prayer, Light a Candle and Hark the Herald Angels Sing.
John Inverdale introduces today's heat that will decide the last two strongmen to go through to tomorrow's final, which can be seen at 6.30pm.
A special roadshow edition that links by satellite four village halls in different parts of the UK with a master venue at Eltham Palace in Greenwich, south-east London. Finds include a fish bought for
L3.50 and now worth thousands, a tea set made for Queen
Victoria's 1855 visit to Paris, a valuable piece of glass and two well travelled wall vases.
Introduced by Hugh Scully.
Producer Pete Smith ; Executive producer
Last Post and Pigeon. Compo's invitation to lay a wreath in Dunkirk is withdrawn because of his dress sense. A tribute to the late Bill Owen , who plays Compo, follows. See Choice.
Written by Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Alan JW Bell
Best known for his role as Compo in the long-running comedy Last of the Summer Wine, Bill Owen died last July, aged 85, while filming the latest series. This programme features a look back at his career and interviews with friends, family and colleagues. See Choice.
Director Angela O'Leary ; Producer Janice Thomas
To mark the new millennium the team surprise a very special person. In South Africa Nelson Mandela is having a house built in the village where he grew up. The challenge for Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh is to turn a patch of farmland into a garden. See Choice.
Director John Thomeycroft ; Executive producer Carol Haslam Charlie Dimmock presents The Flying Gardeners on Tuesday at 8.30pm Alan Titchmarsh on the future of gardening: page 38
With Peter Sissons. Weather Isobel Lang
The Three Gamblers. Intrigued by a strange tale about a murdered drug runner who apparently returns to haunt his killers using the power of voodoo, Jonathan sets off with Maddy into the unknown. Last in the current series.
Written by David Renwick ; Producer Verity Lambert
Director Richard Holthouse
DI Nathan Gallo:
Angus Deayton hosts the first in a two-part celebratory sketch show featuring stars of British comedy. For the first time in 12 years, Ronnie Barker performs with Ronnie Corbett. Also including Victoria Wood, Harry Enfield, Thora Hird, Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, Stephen Fry, Hugh Laurie, Gary Lineker, Clive Anderson, Barbara Windsor, Spike Milligan and Richard Briers.
Concludes Tuesday 10.20pm.
Producer Patricia McGowan
Executive producer Jon Plowman
The ladies are catering the firm's millennium dinner in town, but there are surprises in store.
(Shown last Thursday)
Take Me to Your Leader. In a world that increasingly pays homage to crowd pleasers and puts image before message, Cristina Odone asks what kind of leadership is needed for the 21st century. Joan Bakewell chairs the debate.
Executive producer David Coomes : Series producer Christine Morgan
Followed by Weatherview
Mel Brooks 's western spoof starring Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder , and featuring Madeline Kahn who died recently. Sheriff Bart fights to save the little town of Rock Ridge from a wicked speculator, helped by the once legendary
Waco Kid. Widescreen. (1974,15) msi Films: pp 56-64 ****