With signing and subtitles. (Stereo)
Animated adventures. Shredder creates a robotic Irma who causes havoc in the newsroom, but the turtles soon come to the rescue. (Rpt)
Children's documentary series. This week's edition looks at a day in the life of three young brothers who look after their mother. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Animation. Becky has fun playing with her twin friends.
(Repeated at 2.00pm.)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Ici Paris (ages 12-14) Paris et la Banlieue stereo 4816420
9.25 Job Bank (ages 14+) Finding a Job
9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Where the Wild Things Are
10.25 Numbertime (ages 4-5) More or Less - Three More Stereo 2698420 10.45
Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) The Environment -Humans and Habitats ll.OOTeachingToday Forcesand
Energy: Will It Stop? Stereo 4807 11.30 The Shape of the World (ages 14+)
Population in Transition in Italy 3558536 12.05 The Spanish Collection (ages 16+)
1.00 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) People and the Physical
Environment - Disaster!
1.20ZigZag(ages8-10+) An African Country: Kenya stereo65364994 1.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Wood
Animated fun. Shown at 8.25am.
Racing From Ascot, featuring races at
2.30,3.05 and 3.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath. Reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson.
World Snooker David Vine introduces live coverage of the quarter finals from the Crucible in Sheffield.
Including at 2.50 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Further coverage of today's quarter finals.
Lt Commander Data is taken over by several different personalities from an extinct civilisation.
(Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.00pm)
Sick with a fever, Buck insists that a high-ranking ambassador is really a reptilian alien plotting to destroy the starship.
In India, it is estimated that 30 million females are lost from the population - victims of infanticide or the new practice of gender abortion. Tonight's programme reports on the disturbing results of cultural pressure on Asian women in Britain to have sons.
Tasneem Siddiqi reveals the violence towards mothers and the damaging psychological effects on women. Evidence from an alarming report reveals that the suicide rate for young Asian women is more than double the national average. Writer and broadcaster Yasmin Alibhai-Brown pleads for the prejudice against women to end.
The final match in this year's contest to find Britain's brightest student quiz team.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
See today's choices.
William Morris, the father of the Arts and Crafts movement, is to be celebrated with a major exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum,
London later this month. Tessa Shaw looks at his work and enduring influence while designer Jocasta Innes shows how to re-create the distinctive Morris look without spending a fortune.
Design expert Peter Plaskett advises the Walshes on the final colour touches to their transformed kitchen.
Also, how to deal with noisy neighbours with a few handy hints from acoustics expert David Trevor-Jones.
Plus, designer Linda Barker gives a step-by-step guide to decoupaging
(decorating with paper cut-out shapes) a lampshade.
Imagine having to cope with vile abuse, or being spat on, kicked, screamed at and beaten - and all because of the colour of your skin. Every year more than 11,000 racial incidents are recorded by the police in Britain.
"Modern Times" talks to both black and white victims of racial hatred and their families.
When Mohan Singh Kullar opened a corner shop in Wales, the people were so friendly. Children called him Father Christmas because of his red turban and white beard. When he went to investigate a commotion outside his shop, he was attacked by three men and killed by a brick hurled at his head.
Trevor and Caroline Walsh are a mixed-race couple with three children. They suffered 13 years of harassment from their Thamesmead neighbours that culminated in an attack by 30 people armed with baseball bats.
Tonight's programme explores the legacy of hatred left by the violence.
(PDC 9.00-9.50 999130)
Stephen Hendry will be hoping to dispose of his opponent in the concluding session of his quarter final match, while Steve Davis could be up against old enemy Jimmy White or Peter Ebdon. Stereo ...................
(PDC 9.50-10.25 727230) Followed by Video Nation Shorts
By the Conservative Party. With subtitles. Shown at9.00pm on BBC and 10.30pm on ITV
With Jeremy Paxman.
American crime drama series starring Daniel Benzali
Chapter Nine. A record company executive is added to the list of suspects. Shown yesterday at 9.00pm. For cast see yesterday
Followed by Weatherview
Presented by Andrew Neil.
12.30 Ozone The Hole Story
1.00 The Psychology of Addiction
132601.30 Structuring Medical Decision-Making
4.00 Disability Today 48531 4.30 United Nations - Mission to Planet
Earth 34753 5.00 Voluntary Sector
Television - How volunteering makes a difference.
6.00 Living with Cracks
7567647 6.25 Data Modelling
7567647 6.50 inspection by Torchlight