With signing and subtitles.
Krang hires a helping hand. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Animation. Brum is bothered by a flyaway kite on a windy day. Repeated at 2.00pm.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 New series The Biology Collection (ages 16+) Genetics
9.30 Techno Food (ages 11-14) Travel Food Stereo 2780037 9.45 Newseries
Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Jumble Sale
Peggy Patch and friends explore a rainforest on a visit to Berkshire. (Stereo)
10.25 New series Storytime (ages 4-5) Stereo 5956789 10.45 Newseries The
Experimenter (ages 7-9) The Environment Stereo 1903499 11.05 Newseries Space Ark (ages 7-11) The Environment 9662147 11.15 Sex Education (ages
9-12) Growing Stereo 5451437 11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tudorsand
Stuarts Stereo Subtitled 6463418 12.00
Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) Othello
The latest business news, presented by Adrian Chiles , FANTASY SHARES COMPETITION: see Ceefax page 2 0
1.00 New series Lifeschool U Is for
Underage Stereo 79082012 1.25 New series Revista Familiay Animates (ages 11-14) Stereo 42641499 1.40
Numbertime (ages 4-5)
Discussion show hosted by Andrew Neil.
For details see Tuesday
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of events in Parliament.
Regional News and Weather
Today's teenage guests explain to puzzled parents and host Oprah Winfrey the mysteries of their music, fashions and language that confound the older generation. Stereo
Barbados. Robert Carrier prepares cream of crab soup and brochettes.
Malaria Bites Back. How some types of mosquitoes have developed an immunitytothe insecticide DDT.
Rivals. Quark begs Sisko to get rid of a swindler who sets up a rival gambling establishment. Stereo Subtitled...
This week, a chat with acclaimed hip hopactthePharcyde.
Producer Andi Peters ; Executive producer
PaulSmith Stereo ...........................
by Michael Aitkens
Tom takes risks in order to impress Diana, and Jane agrees to marry Harvey.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Seaside holidays wouldn't be the same without them, but not all are faring well in the Year of the Pier. Roughly 100 were built during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Half survive, some are even thriving, but help is needed for the less successful. The National Lottery has come to the rescue of Swanage pier; can it save Brighton's collapsing West Pier, and pay for a new one in Bognor?
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One Foot In the Door
The powerto seize goods to pay debts has rested with bailiffs for centuries.
These days, most of them work in the private sector. The industry is almost completely unregulated and a criminal record is no bar to finding such work.
Will proposed changes to the industry gofarenough? David Strahan reports. Producer Heenan Bhatti ; Editor Alison Rooper . PHONE-IN: immediately following the programme on BBC Radios Kent, GLR and Thames Valley FM. If you would like to take part, call (0 1 7 [number removed].
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
Series about people who work with or investigate unexplained forces.
Until five years ago , Ray Brown led an ordinary life as a builder. Then, so he believes, the spirit of Paul, a 2,000-year-old 'doctor', chose Ray as his trance medium, using him to practise surgery again. Now Ray and Paul want spiritual surgery accepted by the establishment.
Jeremy Clarkson runs his eye over the new BMW 5-Series, which goes on sale in Britain this week. The manufacturer hopes that it will rival the Mercedes E-Class. Plus, Quentin Willson looks at the classic style of the Saab 92.
Top Gear Motorsport is tomorrow at 8.00pm
Overthrown in 1979 in the revolution led by the Ayatollah Khomeini, the late Shah of Iran believed himself to be a visionary king leading his people on the path to what he called the "Great Civilisation". Others, however, have simply dismissed him as a Third-World dictator ousted by popular consent.
Comedy starring Eric Sykes , with Hattie Jacques and Richard Wattis.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
By the Conservative Party. With subtitles. Shown at9.00pm on BBC and at 10.00pm on ITV
Mark Lawson is joined by Guardian columnist Suzanne Moore, poet Tom Paulin and columnist Craig Brown to discuss Roddy Doyle's novel The Woman Who Walked into Doors, Terry Gilliam's film Twelve Monkeys and a new production of Samuel Beckett's play Endgame.
Followed by Weatherview
With Trevor Phillips.
12.30 Developing World
1.30Technology FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Problem Solving
4.00 Italia 2000 Rpt 32113 4.30 Wise Up Rpt 54248838 4.45 Find Out about BBC Focus Rpt 41750074 5.00 Health and Safety at Work Rpt 38890 5.30 The Adviser
6.00 Biology: a Tale of Two Cells 7543074 6.25 Oceanography
7562109 6.50 The Sassetti Chapel, Santa Trinita