With signing and subtitles. Stereo .
Shredder lays a trap. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Today, the hat hunt. Repeated at 2.00pm.
Parliamentary news. Stereo..........
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 New series Belief File (ages 11-14) Islam: the Shahadah
9.25 Christianity in Today's World (ages 11-16) Stereo
9.45 Watch (ages 5-7)
Dave and friends make things from string. (Rpt) (Stereo)
10.25 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Water Stereo 5085245
10.45 Newseries Science Zone (ages 9-11) The Environment stereo 1969055
11.05 New series Space Ark (ages 7-1 1) The Environment Stereo 9791603
11.15 New Series Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Jumble Sale Stereo
11.30 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) To the Light
With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday at 10. 15am on BBC I Stereo ..
Business news. Stereo .....................
1.00 Teaching Today Planning 53784
1.30 New series Showcase 94363500
1.40 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5) Hide and Seek
Thrice-weekly live international talk show. Presented by Andrew Neil. TO PARTICIPATE: phone [number removed] at local rates; fax on [number removed]; e-mail to [email address removed] access the internet on [web address removed]
Regional News and Weather
Political events. Stereo subtitled....
Regional News and Weather
Quiz, hosted by Martyn Lewis , stereo... COMPETITION LINE: [number removed] (39p per min cheap rate. 49p per min other times). Lines close daily at midnight
Susan Sarandon and her partner, director/actor Tim Robbins, give their first ever joint interview and discuss Dead Man Walking, for which Sarandon won the Best Actress Oscar. Stereo Subtitled.
Gloria Hunniford presents a profile of Baroness Castle of Blackburn in the series on women MPs. She remembers her time as a minister in the Labour Government and considers the changes Parliament has seen for its female members down the years. 994595
The family tries to patch up the differences when Vivian moves out to live with her sister Helen in protest at Phil's decision to run for public office.
Danni's strange behaviour worries her friends. A new principal is appointed.
Two episodes of the animated series. It's A Dog's Life. An old lady rescues Ren and Stimpy from the State Pound. EggYolkeo. The village egg-smith makes a puppet that comes to life.
Second of a six-part series about everyday digital technology.
Computers are playing an increasingly important role in job interviews. Tonight's programme looks at a trend that now sees over 70 per cent of companies employing more than staff using computers to process aptitude and personality tests. Plus, a look at the merits of advancing TV technology, such as flatscreen and 3-D TV. Actor Pauline Quirke continues her quest to cut through the jargon and buy the perfect PC. Hosted by Nick Higham, Fi Glover and Dominik Diamond.
Documentary series with unusual tales from the world of art, design and popular culture.
The story of how the emergency services in New York swung into action when engineer
William Le Messurier discovered that a flaw in the skyscraper he designed threatened thousands of lives in one of the most densely populated areas on Earth. See today's choices.
Michael Barry cooks the classic Spanish dish, arroz con polio (chicken with rice) and Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke recommend sparkling wines and champagnes that are both affordable and palatable. Top chef Antonio Carluccio prepares Mediterranean red mullet in Liguria, north-west Italy as a curtain raiser to his own series, due to start in September. With Chris Kelly. Further information: see Ceefax page 616
Radio Times reader offer: page 123
Drama series starring Daniel Benzali A mystery witness appears in the Costello case. Lisa Gillespie defends a young gang member.
Rptd tomorrow 11.15pm Stereo Subtitled. 234910
Theodore Ted Hoffman:
In 1994, champion runner Diane Modahl was alleged to have taken a performance-enhancing drug. Modahl and her husband/manager Vicente steadfastly maintained her innocence until, in March 1996, all charges were dropped. This updated film reflects on their long battle to clear her name.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Andy Garcia talks about his role in the thriller "Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead" (opening next month),
Paul Auster and Wayne Wang discuss their collaboration on "Smoke" (opening this Friday), and writer David Stafford looks at why Shakespearean films are so popular. Hosted by Howard Schuman. Followed by Weatherview
12.30 The Resourceful Manager
1.00 The Invention of Invention
2.00 Statistics Collection
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT 85017 4.30 United Nations Rpt 3i6ii
5.00 Understanding Dyslexia 16814
5.30 Film Education
6.00 Maths Rpt 7509630 6.25 Light in Search of a Model Rpt 7528765
6.50 Handel's Messiah