Daily recordingofBBC 1 's 7am News, with signing and Subtitles. Stereo .......
Daily animation. Krang creates a creature which can destroy the Turtles.
Shown last Friday on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Shown yesterday at 5.55pm on BBC 1
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Zig Zag (ages 8-10) Tales from
Europe 7310097 9.25 Movable Feasts (ages 7 -11) 4704078 9.40 Le Cafe des Reves (ages 13-15) - third in a five-part drama, written by Nigel Hinton , for French students.
Why and Trish discover washing can be fun.
10.25 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5)
Babies Stereo 5510981 10.45 Look and Read Special (ages 7-9+) Kitchen
Capers Stereol567691 11.05ZigZag (ages 8- 1 0+) An African Country: Kenya: Food and Farming.
509341711.25 Revista(ages 11-14)-
Spanish magazine. Stereo 9655233 11.40 The Geography Collection (ages 16+)
Baby Boom? - investigating population growth. Stereo 6024523 12.05 The History Collection (ages 16+) 19th Century:
Industrial Revolution and the Rise of the Working Class
Live daily business and consumer news from locations around Britain. Presented by Adrian Chiles ,
1.00 History File (ages 11-16) The Era of the Second World War: The Home Front Stereo 86479078 1.20 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tudors and Stuarts -how King Henry VIII 's warship The Mary Rose was raised from the deep, plus some of the objects found on board. Stereo
86482542 1.40Storytime(ages4-5) A New Home for Tiger
Animated adventures with the little car. (Rpt)
Highlights of yesterday's Grand Prix of Europe from Nurburgring in Germany.
Commentary by Murray Walker , Jonathan Palmer and Tony Jardine.
Further coverage of the final day of round 2 from the Crucible, Sheffield. Presented by David Vine and Dougie Donnelly.
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Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
Continuing the short season of westerns. Starring
Robert Wagner. Jeffrey Hunter
Infamous outlaw Jesse James and his gang are cornered in a swamp following a failed bank raid. As James prepares to shoot his way to freedom, the story of his life of violence and crime is told by his family and loved ones.
Director Nicholas Ray (1957) ♦ See Films: pages 51-58 **
Reverend Jethro Bailey:
Four hundred years after his death, Sir Francis Drake lies in a lead coffin off the coast of Panama. Findingand returning that coffin to his hometown, Plymouth, is the life's work of explorer
Michael Turner - work which has become even more urgent since the revelation that there are also teams from Spain and Argentina seeking approval from
Panama to find and move the body.
Tonight's programme follows the drama in Panama, looks at some controversial new evidence about the life of Drake, and reviews the intrigue in Britain overthe operation. While supporters want Drake to be laid to rest in England, the Royal Navy has made it clearthat it is opposed to any such move. Undeterred Turner is getting ready to find the resting place of his hero and prepare him for his final voyage.
Director Matt Richards. ..............................
crew follows the cleaning and restoration of a great painting.
Holbein's The Ambassadors, a full-length double portrait of two French diplomats at the court of Henry VIII , is restored at the conservation department of the National Gallery,
London. Narrated by Patricia Wheatley. See today's choices.
Producer Patricia Wheatley ; Executive producer
The latest developments from the Crucible, on the night which will complete the quarterfinal line-up for the event. Presented by David Vine.
The seventh episode in an 11-part drama about a group of voune lawyers sharing a house.
Brief Encounter. Anna discovers that there's no such thing as casual sex. Miles resents his father's interference at work and Warren finds it difficult to confide in his brother Dale.
See today's choices.
Written by Patrick Wilde ; Producer Jane Fallon
Director Audrey Cooke Repeated Friday at 11.45pm
By the Liberal Democrat Party. With subtitles.
Shown at 9.00pm on BBC and 1 0.30pm on ITV
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of the day's play. Introduced by David Vine.
Followed by Weatherview
Late-night political discussion. With
12.30 English Only in America? - should English be made America's official language? Rpt 52276 1.00
Learning to Care-looking at Britain's allocation of pre-school care forthe under-fives. Rpt Subtitled 26924 1.30
Kedleston Hall - exploring Robert Adam 's architectural masterpiece. Night School
2.00 Mathematics Mathematical Edits - Handling Data BBC Focus
4.00 The Health and Environmental
Consequences of Ozone Depletion 51295 4.30 So You Want to Work in Social Care? Qualifications for Care - National and Scottish Vocational
Qualifications for care workers.
14189 5.00 Pathways to Care Taking Risks: It's My Choice - promoting and maintainingthe independence of older people. Rpt 82092 5.30 RCN Nursing Update Pushing the Boundaries: Nurse Practitioner
6.00 Electrons and Photons 7114566 6.25 Projecting Visions
Healing the Spine Rpt 71263016.50 Rock Textures