7.30 Adventures of a little car who lives in a motormuseum.
Philip Hawthorn tells the tale of The Mice that Ate Iron.
Zany fun with the rudest dog in town and his barking-mad bunch of friends.
Cartoon based on Jules Verne 's novel 20,000 Leagues under the Sea.
Cartoon. The mischievous and resourceful bear ruins Ranger Smith's plans for an Easter spree in Jellystone Park.
The film and video quiz, today featuring excerpts from Dalmations and Little Rascals. Hosted by John Barrowman, with guest Kriss Akabusi.
Shown last Monday on BBC 1
Comedy and entertainment show. Pop act Let Loose spring a surprise on some of their fans at London's Rock Circus; Ken Mansfield faces flying fish in search of a Weird News exclusive; and David's mum turns detective in I Hate This House.
With Michaela Strachan and Paul Hendy.
Let Loose appear on The O Zone at 11.45am.
The series from 1984.
Jeremy's constant pranks finally have tragic consequences.
Third in a 13-part fantasy adventure series set in the future about Neri, a mysterious telepathic girl from the ocean.
The show that asks whether outrageous facts are false or true.
Competition: to register your vote ring [number removed] (False) or [number removed] (True). Calls cost no more than 20p. For a copy of the rules send an sae to:
Music news magazine.
Zoe Ball meets Let Loose in Prague, on the set of the video for their new single "Best in Me".
Shown last Friday Stereo
Introduced by Sue Barker.
12.05,2.40,4.30 World Snooker
Coverage from the third day of the World Professional Championship from the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. As well as the conclusion of Ronnie O'Sullivan 's first-round game with Dave Harold , there isthe match between Jimmy White - runner-up for the past five years and recognised as the best player neverto win this title - and South Africa's
Peter Francisco. Plus the openingframes of the all-Scottish clash between Alan McManus and rising star John Higgins.
Commentary by Ted Lowe , Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds.
1.45,3.50 Ice Hockey The British Championship final from Wembley.
Victors in the past two years have been the Cardiff Devils, who won in emphatic fashion 12 months ago with a 12-1 drubbingofthe Sheffield Steelers. Plus brief highlights of last night's second semi-final. Commentary by Barry Davies and Paul Ferguson.
Highlights of yesterday's Courage League match between last year's runners-up Leicesterand defending champions Bath, which could decide the championship. Action, too, from the rest of Division One, and Pontypridd v Llannelli in the Welsh League. Plus another look ahead to the World Cup, focusing on Group B in which England face Argentina, Italy and Western Samoa. With John Inverdale.
Editor Gerard Lane Stereo ...............
Survival of the Fittest: a Natural
History of Sport
In the worlds of horse-racing, Formula
One or alpine skiing, the wildlife may be competingforthe highest stakes - as only the winners survive. On sporting playgrounds at home and abroad, people come into closer contact with nature than they realise. Even on golf courses, hazards abound - venomous snakes, rutting bucks, hippos, even alligators. Narrated by Desmond Lynam. Producer Andrew Cooper ; Executive producer
JohnSparks Stereo ♦ See This Week: page 6
Want to see an otter, visit a field of orchids or help an oiled sea-bird? Presenter Simon King tells you how in this new series which gives the latest information on the world of wildlife and invites viewers to contribute their own sightings. See today's choices.
INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 624, BBC Wildlife magazine, or access the Internet: the URL address is: [web address removed] or record the closing titles and play back on still frame. You can e-mail your information on: [email address removed]
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Third of four masterclasses with young musicians conducted by Americanjazz virtuoso Wynton Marsalis.
From Sousa to Satchmo. Marsalis reveals somethingof the debt jazz owes to the western classical tradition, via the music of John Phillip Sousa and Scott Joplin. With Seiji Ozawa , the Tanglewood Orchestra and the New Orleans Liberty Band.
Tackling the Monster: tomorrow at 7.00pm
The last programme of the present series features Sigourney Weaver and Roman Polanski on their powerful collaboration in Death and the Maiden; a profile of Oscar-nominated Legends of the Fall production designer Lilly Kilvert , with contributions from directors who have worked with her including Ed Zwick , Rob Reiner and Kathryn Bigelow ; and a visit to the set of Kilvert's s latest film, American
President starring Michael Douglas.
Plus Slacker director Richard Linklater and star Julie Delpy on their new film Before Sunrise; and a look at the British short. Presented by Howard Schuman.
Series director Michael Martin ; Series editor
Latest news and action from the World Championship at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield. With David Vine.
A film adaptation of Jane Austen 's novel about the enduring power of love, showing as part of the Screen Two season.
England, 1814: having been
"persuaded" several years eariierto reject the proposal of a young naval officer, Anne Elliot suddenly finds him back in her life. See today's choices.
Screenplay by Nick Dear ; Producer Fiona Finlay
Director Roger Michell ♦ What will the Janeites think?: page 24
Sir Henry Willoughby:
As the trial for murder of former American football star O J Simpson in Los Angeles reaches its 12th week, the prosecution has presented what it says is incriminating DNA and blood evidence.
The evening's final visit to Sheffield.
Continuing Renoir, a season of films by French film director
Jean Renoir , who introduces and has a part in this romantic drama.
A simple tale of ordinary people out of their depth, as a family of townspeople spend an idyllic day in the country. In French with English subtitles. With Sylvia Bataille, Georges Saint Saens.
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