A morning of fun and entertainment, hosted by Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis. Plus the phone-in computer game Maggot
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Felix uses his charm to outwit the nasty professor.
Today: The Tent Stop.
A Felgate prodcution for BBCtv
The Smoggies' destroy some Echo-trees for a potion.
Noel's album is packed with animals. Today's animal swings from the trees by its tail. • STEREO
Fun on the beach with Orville and Cuddles.
Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe re-cycle a load of junk into unusual objects. (Stereo)
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A brave and daring 16-year-old boy, and his quest for Camelot. ● STEREO
Ross King and Ginny Buckley introduce the childrens' Splash Hit, H20 a go-go game show.
Mumm-Ra is infuriated by the Mutants' excuse that the sword of Omens is invincible.
Dark Side of the Moon
First of a six-part drama. With Paul Jones.
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Catch up with all the Blue Peter happenings last week.
Music, news and features, including Take That. • STEREO
Classic puppet series created by Sylvia and Gerry Anderson. Trapped in the Sky. The evil Hood plants a bomb on board Fire/lash, an atomic-powered supersonic airliner.
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The return of the classic science fiction series.
Starring Roy Thinnes
The Trial. An old friend of David Vincent spots an alien in the defence plant where he works.
Dolph Lundgren On distant Eternia, Castle
Greyskull has finally fallen to the might of evil Skeletor. Only He-Man can prevent him assuming power - but he is stuck on Earth!
Director Gary Goddard
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Two operas whose plots centre on our 20th-century love-hate relationship with the phone. The Telephone. A girl's demented boyfriend plans to take desperate measures against his two-headed rival.
La Voix Humaine. A desperate woman clings to the last link with her former lover.
Producer/directer Mike Newman
The epic finish to the 1972 British Open Golf.
(Coverage of World Match Play Golf from Thursday at 2. 15pm on BBC1)
New laws and an exciting new season ahead. Today, the Courage National League One match between Wasps and Leicester. Commentary Nigel Starmer -Smith. With Chris Rea.
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Phil Drabble introduces the finals of the Singles and Brace championships from the Lake District. John Maginn with Glen and Lass compete against Ian Jones with Roy and Mac in the Brace; Harold Loates with Shetland Skerry compete against Trevor Evans with Nap in the Singles. Ray Ollerenshaw describes the trials.
Director Ian Russell
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Diamonds: Death of a Cartel?
For over 50 years one company, De Beers, has tightly controlled the world diamond market.
Now Russia, the world's largest producer of diamonds, threatens to upset their monopoly. Tessa Curtis assesses how long the cartel can survive.
Producer Subniv Babuta Editor David Nissan
Continuing David Attenborough 's award-winning Life Trilogy.
Sweet Fresh Water. The life in and around the Amazon changes as it flows on its
4,000-mile journey from the Andes to the sea. And there are similar changes in other rivers of the world, producing such variety as torrent ducks, mayflies, hairy frogs, piranhas, giant otters and fishing owls. Producer Richard Brock
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Jeremy Paxman and guests review the week's TV highlights and discuss the programmes that engaged them most. Editor Anne Tyerman • STEREO
Series that explores the serious side of the fashion industry.
Power of the Press. There is a complex of interests among designers, buyers, retailers and the fashion media, all of whom share a common goal - continuing turnover in a multi-billion dollar industry. Tonight's film analyses the power of the fashion press, and its love/hate relationship with the PR machines of top designers.
Producers/Directors Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
A Freelance production for BBCtv
Personal reflections on 20th-century European architecture. Odile Decq. Nemausus Housing (1987) in Nimes, France, by Jean Nouvel , is a spectacular example of new council housing. The French hi-tech architect, Odile Decq , admires its provocative design. Director Philippa Lowthorpe Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Comedy series in which Rory McGrath asks guests to become favourite historical characters. This week, John
Bird is Napoleon, Kathy Burke is Mona Lisa , and Kit Hesketh-Harvey is Vita Sackville-West. Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Marcus Mortimer
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Stingo, an aspiring novelist, arrives in New York in 1947, his boyish ideals still intact. But brutal reality encroaches on his sheltered world when he befriends the beautiful Polish immigrant Sophie and her brilliant Jewish lover Nathan, only to discover that both are hiding dark secrets.
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Last of the supernatural dramas. Demon in Lace. Carl Kolchak battles with a female demon.