With signing and subtitles.
A steer faces a bleak future from its brutal owner.
A robot from the future shocks the crowd at a laser demonstration.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
A storyteller who travels the country recounting ancient tales.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Seeing through Science: The Cave That Time Forgot (ages 11-14)
9.30 Lernexpress (ages 13-16)
9.45 Over the Moon with Mr Boom: Living Space (ages 5-7)
Peggy and Mike explore a model town.
10.25 Storytime: The Emperor's Leftovers
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)
10.45 The Experimenter: Changes in Materials
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)
11.05 Space Ark
(ages 7-11) (Stereo)
11.15 Health e: 3: Sex Education
(ages 9-11) (Stereo)
11.35 Landmarks: Portrait of Europe - the Rhine in Germany
(ages 9-12) (Stereo)
12.00 Pathways of Belief: Christianity: Easter
1.00 Lifeschool: M Is for Morals
(ages 14+) (Stereo)
1.25 Technology Starters: Water Power
1.40 Numbertime: Shapes - Triangles
Ruff takes over everybody's edible treats. (Rpt)
Talk show hosted by Andrew Neil.
(For details see Tuesday)
Followed by Westminster with Nick Ross
Live coverage of the day's Parliamentary events. (Stereo)
Presenter (Westminster with Nick Ross):
Cookery game show.
Today, how women can escape abusive relationships.
First of a 12-part series taking writer and restaurateur Robert Carrier on a culinary tour around the Caribbean. Jamaica. Featuring jerk chicken and ackee with saltfish
Keiko O'Brien's lessons about the wormhole threaten to split the Federation and the Bajorans.
High above the Namibian plateau, Alex Louw attempts to break the world paragliding distance record.
Tom and Diana's relationship is under threat from a fraudulent spiritualist.
The Rev Mr Dennis:
Since the demise of the GLC nearly ten years ago, London has had no elected government. Three prominent Londoners - former chairman of the GLC Tony Banks, journalist and agony aunt Claire Rayner, and powerful City figure Michael Cassidy - tell reporter Shaun Ley what changes they would make if they were the city's mayor.
A phone-in follows immediately after the programme on BBC Radios Berkshire, Kent, Oxford and GLR. If you would like to take part. call [number removed]. Regional Programme: see variations below
Eric Foex is moving from London to a chocolate box cottage in East Sussex. But, as more and more people chase the rural idyll, housing demands are swallowing up the south. Roger Finn examines the pressure for development and the future for village life.
A Manchester accountant with no university education, Terry Maher rose to become the most powerful bookseller in Britain. He bought Dillons in 1977 and embarked upon a massive redevelopment programme. The redesign proved popular and further expansion continued. But what Maher could not foresee was the depth of the recession, and his business successes were suddenly, unexpectedly, derailed.
Jeremy Clarkson talks to grizzled rockers ZZ Top about their passion for Ferraris, tries out a monster pick-up truck, and tangles with a difficult car dealer.
(Top Gear Motorsport is tomorrow at 8.00pm)
Series looking at the role of forensic science in the fight against crime.
Fraud is on the increase. Technology is helping it to flourish; tonight's film shows how forensic scientists try to stay ahead of ever more sophisticated criminals.
Caroline van den
A comic yet practical series on plants. Greg Proops searches for the wild ancestor of the swiss cheese plant.
Mandy lands a job as a researcher, while Matthew arranges a birthday surprise for Martin.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Host Mark Lawson, poet Tom Paulin, Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore and Spectator editor Frank Johnson discuss the film Heat, starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino.
With Trevor Phillips.
12.30 Just in Time? Restructuring Corporate America
1.30 Putting Training to Work
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 TV Genres: Health Care
4.00 Italia 2000
4.30 Reorganisation News for Council Employees in Hampshire
5.00 Health and Safety at Work
5.30 The Adviser
Business and Work
6.00 Business Matters
6.30 The Business