With signing and subtitles
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Cartoonist Bruce Blitz shows how to draw simple objects.
Shepherd and freelance farmer Richard Seabrook reflects on his year. (Repeat)
Donald Sutherland narrates this film by wildlife cinematographer Hugo van Lawick which covers 20 years in the life of a community of chimpanzees in the Gombe National Park in Africa and concentrates on the personality of each chimp.
With signing and subtitles.
Shown on Sunday at 10. 15am on BBC
A portrait of country music star Willie Nelson , with contributions from Ray Charles , Johnny Cash , Kris Kristofferson.
Chet Atkins and Waylon Jennings. Rpt.
Former Sunday Times editor Andrew Neil presents the BBC's new international talk show, broadcasting both on BBC2 and to a huge global audience via the satellite channel BBC World, which is available in 11 countries. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, viewers around the world can put their questions to newsmakers and celebrities, via telephone, fax, e-mail or the internet.
TO PARTICIPATE: telephone [number removed] at local rates, fax on [number removed], send an e-mail message to: [address removed] or access the internet on [web address removed]
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross Live coverage from Parliament.
Regional News and Weather
Esther Rantzen and guests discuss alternative therapies, stereo .............
Another look at the daily dramas in a Hampshire village. Brian tries to cope with the sudden death of his son, while Hilda and Margaret prepare fora cream tea in the churchyard.
Next episode Friday at 5.30pm
First shown on ITV
Sean Maguire looks back on his career switch from EastEnders actorto rock
Singer. Stereo ....
Get a Job. Will upsets Carlton when he takes over as talent coordinatorfor
Hilary's chat show.
Steve finds out he has a sister. Helen is worried that Effie is growing up too quickly. Katerina declares war on Sam.
More adventures with the animated Chihuahua and his feline sidekick.
Stimpy decides to make a cartoon and lets Ren be the show's producer.
Bicyclingscientist Adam Hart-Davis uncovers stories of amazing, often unsung pioneers of science and invention. Tonight, Adam'sjourney takes him south, and in Chard,
Somerset he recreates the world's first powered flight - which was made 50 years before the Wright brothers by John Stringfellow , an engineer in the lace trade. He also investigates the "perpetual mouse trap", which was a great success for its inventor Colin Pullinger , from Selsey in Sussex. Producer Paul Bader ; Executive producer
Second in a new sixP-part series offering financial advice. Tonight's programme looks at the best course to take when credit card debts start to mount up.
Plus a look at alternative investments that may provide easy ways of making money. Presented by Liz Barclay , Mickey Clark and Tony Morris.
Director MarkJones; Editor Peter Weil ....
Today, a recipe for a simple spicy chicken curry; chef Brian Turner teaches Kentjunior school pupils how to appreciate and enjoy food; a look at new alcoholic soft drinks; and Daphne Metland offers a buyers' guide to teapots. Presented by Michael Barry , Jilly Goolden and Chris Kelly.
Director Linda Nash ; Series producer Tim Hincks
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The concluding part of a drama starring Beau Bridges. The Dionne quintuplets have become a multi-million dollar industry, but life is farfrom happy.
Cast yesterday at 9.00pm
Return of the satirical comedy about a late night American talk show.
A former stand-up comedian colleague who is down on his luck shows up and Larry offers him a job as a writer - which causes serious problems with the rest of the team.
The popular American comedy returns. The Trip (part 1). Jerry and George travel to Los Angeles so that Jerry can appear on a chat show and they can trace theirfriend Kramer, who is trying to make a go of his showbiz career.
Featuring guest appearances by Corbin Bernsen from LA Law and George Wendt from Cheers.
Jerry JERRY SEINFELD. George JASON ALEXANDER. Kramer MICHAEL RICHARDS , Helene ELMARIE WENDEL Part 2 next Tuesday
Followed by Weatherview
Political Chat Show. Stereo ......
12.30 The Traditions and the Environment 63590 1.30The
Dynamics of Teams
2.00 French Experience 89768 3.00 Japanese Language and People
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT 15497 4.30 Inside Europe
5.00 English Heritage - Conservation at Work: Framing Options 46294 5.30 Film Education: Fall and Rise of Cinema - the Exhibitor's Story
Business and Work
6.00 Nice Work: Thank You and Goodbye 2704045 6.45 Tools of the Trade: the Uniform