Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1. (Subtitled)
With Signing. Subtitled ...................
A blanket of snow helps protect small mammals.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Number Patterns 3693260 9.20Mathsphere Special (ages 12-16)
9.40 You and Me: English/Punjabi (ages 3-5) French Fruit: in English
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
Presenter (Children's BBC):
10.25 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Who Is
Max Mouse ? (Episode 3) 2575840 10.55 Watch (ages 6-7) Stereo 1226043 11.10 Healthe (ages 7-1 1)
11.30 Landmarks: Portrait of Britain (ages 9-12) Subtitled 1338734 11.50Mad about Music (ages 11-14)
12.10 Short Circuit (ages 14-16)
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) M Is for
Morals stereo 61995173 1.25 History File (ages 11 - 14) The Era of the Second World War 30932598 1.45 Storytime (ages
4-5) The Emperor's Leftovers
Presenter (Children's BBC):
Retirement magazine. Stereo ...
On their second day of live filming in Kenya's Great Rift Valley, Simon King and Jonathan Scott focus on the animals that share the lake shores with the flamingos. Next programme at 6.45pm Stereo ........
Motor cars. A look at the development of the automobile industry..............
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live from Parliament,
Quiz with Martyn Lewis. Stereo ...............42
Afternoon tea. Rpt Subtitled....................14
More drama from the wards in Sheffield.
Word game with Paul Coia. Stereo .....66
Leaping In without a Net. 18November, 1958: Sam leaps into the body of a Hungarian trapeze artist whose sister is about to be killed in a fall - unless he can conquer his own fear of heights and step in to save her. With Scott Bakula , Dean Stockwell and Fabiana Udenio.
Live from Kenya, Simon Kingreviews the flamingo spectacle just before nightfall, and Jonathan Scott continues his infra-red investigations with a lakeside search for feeding hippos and prowling leopards.
When a new matron arrives and plots to oust Diana from the home, Tom is inveigled intojoiningthe conspiracy - which leads to a serious rift.
Written by Michael Aitkens ; Director/Producer
Gareth Gwenlan Rpt
A computer crime wave is sweeping across the south east - not hacking, but burglaries. Increasingly violent, organised gangs are attacking homes, schools and offices, with the popular AppleMac a prime target. Reported thefts have more than doubled in a year to a 1 00 million crime epidemic that is threateningto overwhelm both the police and the computer industry. David Strahan investigates.
A phone-in discussion of the issues raised follows immediately on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part, call [number removed]afterthe programme.
Producer Sylvia Collier ; Editor Alison Rooper ......43 REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: see variations below
An Unlikely Alliance
Animal protests are creating unlikely alliances. The elderly middle-class, who've never demonstrated before, find themselves alongside hardened campaigners prepared to break the law to improve animal welfare.
Jenny Craddock meets the protesters, and discovers a fierce debate as to the right campaigning methods.
Series producer Peter Pitt ; Series editor
The fifth of asix-part series looking at how technology has shaped the modern city.
Despite resistance from hellfire clergymen who regarded tunnelling as the road to hell, 19th-century planners like Charles Pearson persevered with their quest to link London's new rail termini by a network of tube lines. In 1860 work began on the world's first underground railway. See today's choices. Director/Producer Frank Prendergast
Fifth of a six-part series in which Jeremy Clarkson tours the world looking at other motoring cultures.
Italy. This week Jeremy Clarkson discovers that five of the world's eight super-car makers are based in one area of Italy, around the city of Modina. He interviews Giovanni Agnelli ,
President of Fiat, visits the Lingotto test track, and turns fantasy into reality when he gets to drive three world-famous cars - a Bugatti, a Ferrari and a Lamborghini.
DirectorDennisJarvis Stereo .................
Shapes. During a thunderstorm, Jim Parker and his son Lyle are attacked by a wolf-like beast. Parker fires and kills it, but the body found is of local man. With David Duchovny, Gillian Anderson, Ty Miller, Michael Horse and Donnelly Rhodes.
The European Figure Skating
Championships from Dortmund,
Germany. Featuringthe men'sfree programme. Commentary by Alan Weeks. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Followed by In the National Trust
The first house in the world to be lit by hydro-electricity Cragside, in Northumberland.
With Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson chairs the round-up of the week in the arts. Stereo .............
Highlights of next week's Open
Political review with Andrew Neil.
Preceded by The Midnight News