Canine adventure. Lassie comes to the aid of two adventurous boys who have underestimated the power of white water rapids.
Animated adventures of the knight of the Round Table. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Shown last Friday. (Stereo)
Shown yesterday at 6.25pm on BBC 1
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The IT Collection (ages 16+)
Thinking Machines Stereo 9870008 9.25 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16) Notre Planete stereo 6263138 9.45 Square One TV (ages 9-11) Algebra
A visit to the Why Bird Stop to look at some things that are supposed to have holes and some that aren't.
10.25 You and Me (ages 3-5) Recycle It!
329919510.45 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Earth Warp Stereo 9609089 11.05Zig Zag (ages 8-10) Trie Vikings
11.25 Go for It! (ages 9+) Where We Live Stereo 620160211.40 English Time (ages 11-14) Get the Meaning
12.00 GNVQ (ages 16+) Introduction to Media
A daily look at business and consumer news. Stereo .....................................
1.00 History File (ages 11-16) Medieval Realms Stereo 11726466 1.20
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Writingand
Printing Subtitled 11706602 1.40Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) Spanish for beginners Stereo 15367114 1.45 Storytime (ages 4-5) When the Teddy Bears Came
More adventures with the little car who lives in a motor museum.
Continuing live coverage ofthe UK Champion ship from Preston. Two more third-round matches begin this afternoon, with Ronnie O'Sullivan and Ken Doherty expected to be the big names in action.
Presented by David Vine.
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz in which Martyn Lewis challenges contestants to recall stories in the headlines from around the world on a particulardate.
Further coverage from Preston.
The Power. A reformed jewel thief, well known to Brogan, is killed in an attempt to steal Luxorian ice - a possible future source of energy for the planet and, in the wrong hands, a deadly threat to Demeter City.
Written by Mark Harris and Sam Graham
♦ See This Week: page 10 ♦ See Children: page 57
Lieutenant Patrick Brogan:
Officer Jack Haldane:
Officer Jane Castle:
A special edition in which
Jamie Theakston meets Vince Clarke and Andy Bell , who are celebrating ten years as pop group Erasure.
Producer Paul Smith
1927 -Great Escape
How cinema extended its influence overthe lives of ordinary people by makingthe transformation from being a turn-of-the-century novelty to a form of mass entertainment.
Postponed from 30 October
Favourite movie moments. Director
Terry Gilliam chooses a scene from
Fellini's film 8½. The next Close Up is on Wednesday at 7.50pm
A Code in the Nose
Tonight's programme follows the development by biophysicist
Luca Turin of a radical theory to decipher the language of smell. See today's choices. Producer Isabelle Rosin
Editor John Lynch
An A-Z of curiosities and delights. C is for Concrete. After years of disgrace, this versatile material is back in favour, as Lucinda Lambton reveals.
Producer Jamie Muir ; Executive producer
Die Hand die verletzt. The discovery of a desecrated body brings Mulder and Scully to a high school where they uncover evidence that students are repressing memories of satanic rituals and sexual abuse.
See today's choices.
* David Duchovny 's Kind of Day: p
Sheriff John Oakes:
Trees improve the quality of life in towns and cities enormously, but many thousands are dying a slow death every year.
With alarming evidence from top tree experts, this film takes a hard and visually stunning look at the uncertain future of Britain's urban forest.
See today's choices.
Producer Neil Nightingale + See This Week: page 7
With Kirsty Wark.
Second in a trio offilms on the lives and works of Scottish writers.
Irvine Welsh: Condemn More, Understand Less
Championed as Britain's first rave writer, Irvine Welsh takes his readers to places that, for many, are terrifying, brutal and alien. He burst onto the literary scene with his first novel, the Booker-nominated Trainspotting, about fourEdinburghjunkies. It has now achieved cult status and has been adapted for both stage and screen.
This film takes a disturbingjourney that combines both documentary and dramatic imagery of the despair, drug addiction and physical and sexual violence of Irvine Welsh's books.
The programme contains strong language and depicts scenes of physical and sexual violence that some viewers may find disturbing.
Director/Producer Richard Downes Stereo.
Political chat show, hosted tonight by Bernard Ingham.
12.30 Stones for Building 65480 1.00 Rocks for Roads
2.00 Teaching Today
4.00 Developing Family Literacy
4.30 Community Integrated Care
77848 5.00 Pathways to Care
5.30 RCN Nursing Update - Unit 44: Making Decisions Technology Season
6.00 Metropolis: Going Underground 61139 6.30 Metropolis: Bright Lights, BigCity