Philippa Forrester and Toby Anstis present a morning of entertainment, information, competitions and star guests. Phone in on [number removed] to play the computer game Maggot Moments and vote for your choice of video to be played on The 0 Zone at 11.45am. Stereo
Today: the Playground Stop. A Felgate production for BBCtv
Pollute loves to blow bubbles, but hates it when they burst.
Today's animal is the largest land mammal and has huge ears. With the voice of Derek
Griffiths, and special guest artist David Shepherd. • STEREO
Orville and Cuddles try their hands at hiking. (Rpt;
Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe recycle a load of junk into unusual objects. STEREO
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A brave and daring 16-year-old boy's quest for Camelot.
Ross King and Ginny Buckley introduce the children's splash hit game show.
Demolisher, determined to fight against Lion-0, learns that strength is not everything.
Third of a six-part drama.
Someone has taken control of the weather and is using it as a weapon.
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Catch up with all the Blue Peter happenings from last week.
Music news and features, including Annie Lennox and Bobby Brown. Plus, the winner of today's Video Vote.
Supermarionation puppet series. City of Fire. Thompson Tower, a self-contained 350-floor city, is turned into an inferno, and Scott and Virgil risk their lives to save a trapped family. 0 TELETEXT SUBTITLES: page 888
Classic science fiction series.
Starring Roy Thinnes David Vincent smuggles himself aboard a departing flying saucer, in the hope of finding a treatment centre for diseased aliens. (Rpt;
The final round of the Alfred
Dunhill Cup from St Andrews. Commentary by Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley , Alex Hay , Clive Clark and Mike Hughesdon.
The Grand Prix from the Hexagon, Reading. This afternoon's scheduled fourth round tie provides the prospect of a real contrast: Jimmy
"Whirlwind" White against
"Steady" Eddie Charlton. With David Vine.
England v Canada
Coverage of yesterday's
Molson Breweries international at Wembley Stadium. World Cup quarter-finalists Canada offer a stern test for England, whose eyes are on next month's game against South Africa. Plus highlights from the Wallabies' first match on their tour of Ireland, against Leinster.
Introduced by Chris Rea , with commentary by Nigel Starmer -Smith and Paul Ackford.
Executive producer Johnnie Watherston ● STEREO
Highlights of this afternoon's play from Reading. ● STEREO
Beyond the Free Market As the 1992 presidential election campaign enters its final phase, American competitiveness has become a national concern, and a new agenda for industry is emerging. Michael Robinson reports on how America, home of free market ideology, is beginning to learn from its more interventionist competitors. Producer Dale Hayhurst Editor David Nissan
Continuing David Attenborough 's award-winning Life Trilogy. Worlds Apart. Islands are isolated worlds - refugees for ancient species, the birthplace of new ones - where life can be gruelling. On one such place,
David Attenborough steps back into the past as the world's largest lizard, the Komodo dragon, goes hunting. Director Ian Calvert
Producer Ned Kelly
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Jeremy Paxman and guests review the week's TV highlights. EditorAnne Tyerman * STEREO
The Material World. Tonight's film focuses on three fashion designers for whom cloth is the essence of the art of design.
Futurist Issey Miyake makes hi-tech, innovative use of fabric; Gianni Versace , loved by film and pop stars, uses vibrant silk prints; and Christian Lacroix creates clothes out of fabric painstakingly hand-woven by former down-and-outs. Directors/Producers Gina Newson and Jeremy Newson
A Freelance production for BBCtv * STEREO
Personal reflections on 20th-century European architecture. Paola Antonelli. Milan often boasts that it is the world's leading centre in design and yet it often hides the best of its modem architecture behind traditional exteriors. Italian architecture critic Paola Antonelli
finds the Piccolo
Teatro Studio (1986), designed by Marco Zanuso , the city's most successful new building. Director Steve Ruggi
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Historical comedy series, presented by Rory McGrath.
Tonight, Hugh Dennis is Noah, Nick Revell is Attila the Hun, and Alan Cumming is Mozart. Director Dominic Brigstocke Producer Marcus Mortimer
A Channel X production for BBCtv * STEREO
Grand Prix action.
A dramatisation of the experiences of black servicemen from the Second World War to the present day. These fascinating accounts - vivid, humorous, often harrowing - offer an unusual and sometimes startling perspective on army life.
First produced by the Royal National Theatre Studio and now re-created for television, Black Poppies was filmed on the Broadwater Farm Estate in north London.
The actors are
David Harewood , Gary McDonald , Michael Buffong ,
Colin McFarlane , Chris Tummings , Roger Griffiths , Robbie Gee, Sidney Cole , Sebastian Craig and Sylvester Williams. Producer Andree Molyneux
Directors John Burgess , Peter Markham ● STEREO
Golf highlights of today's team final from St Andrews , plus further coverage of the snooker from Reading.