With signing and subtitles.
Two animated stories about the Smurfs.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Fun with the little cartoon car. Repeated at 2.00pm. (Rpt)
Parliamentary proceedings. Stereo.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 The Limit (ages 16+) Fastest Ship 7478033 9.45 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Snapshots Stereo
Peggy attends a festival on the Isle of Barra. (Rpt) (Stereo)
10.25 Storytime (ages 4-5) Big Bad Barney Bear Stereo 2912052 10.40 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16)
Temps Libre 8453965 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) The Environment - the Planets (2) Stereo 2534584 11.15
Landmarks Extra (ages 9-12) Building and Builders -Stone 3479781 11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Tudorsand
Stuarts - Gunpowder Plot Stereo 8274236 12.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) Richard III
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) E Is for
Ecstasy Stereo 31941588 1.25Revista (ages 11-14) Moday Media
65687897 1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5)
More or Less - Two Less
Animated adventures. Shown at 8.25am.
Talk show hosted by Andrew Neil.
For details see Tuesday
Regional News and Weather
Islands in the African Sky
Each ice-capped mountain in equatorial East Africa has its own community of animals and plants. John Hurt narrates this story of survival in extreme conditions.
Nostalgia quiz. Stereo ..........................
Culinary game show. Stereo ................
Reunions among long-lost relatives have provided emotional scenes on many previous shows. Oprah Winfrey revisits several families to see if these reunions have lasted. Stereo
Antigua. Tonight, Robert Carrier prepares ducana - stuffed banana leaves with salt codfish sauce - and crab gumbo.
The Cost of Coffee. How Kenyan growers suffer if the price of coffee falls.
Shadowplay. Odo and Dax beam down to a planet to investigate an unusual particle field. Their arrival coincides with the disappearance of 22 inhabitants.
Highlights from Beijing of China v
England, the latter's first match on their Euro 96 warm-up tour of the Far East. Next, they take on a Hong Kong
Select side before preparing at home for that first match in the European championship against Switzerland on 8 June. Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Commentary by Clive Tyldesley with Trevor Brooking.
Second of a six-part leisure series. Tonight, Freddy Rostand hunts for bargains at the Beaulieu boat jumble, while Patricia Murphy takes a trip to Brighton and comes across genuine
Irish food. Plus, a lighthearted guide to golf and a cross-country walk that encounters three historic castles.
Producer Mia Costello ; Series producer Peter Pitt
This week, John Fletchertakes a group of tea-dancing pensioners to northern France, poet Benjamin Zephaniah reveals his favourite "secret place", and where children can spend a day doing arts and crafts without their parents. Plus, a look at people for whom a beautiful body is an obsession. Producer Gary Wicks ; Editor Alison Rooper .... REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations below
Highlights of today's play in the one-day international between
England and India at the Oval, the first of three forthe Texaco Trophy. Commentary by Richie Benaud ,
Geoffrey Boycott and David Gower. Introduced by Tony Lewis.
Executive producer Keith Mackenzie
This week, actor Alan Cumming
(Sebastian Flight in the BBC comedy
The High Life) and his girlfriend Saffron Burrows (Sandra Sollars in Dennis Potter 's Karaoke, just concluded on BBC and Channel 4) travel to the Califomian desert resort of Palm Springs. There they stay in Elvis and Priscilla Presley 's honeymoon hideaway, and spend a night underthe stars in the Joshua Tree National Park.
Plus, a guide to holidays for single people, and Simon Calderexplores Spain's Costa Brava . With Penny Junor. Producer Matthew Cole ; Editor Liz Wamer
Michael Elliott presents this four-part examination of the impact of Europe on British politics.
3: Summit, Bloody Summit.
Margaret Thatcher battles for Britain overthe cost of belonging to the European Union. But she makes a series of m istakes that pave the way to the federalist Europe she is trying to prevent. See today's choices.
Producer Ian Potts ; Series producer John Bridcut
Director Terry Gilliam chooses a scene from Federico Fellini 's 8½.
Producer Nick Freand Jones
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Mark Lawson is joined by poet and critic Tom Paulin and columnist
Suzanne Moore to discuss director Mike Leigh 's new film, Secrets and Lies.
Followed by Weatherview
The Peer and the Peaches. Another chance to see the documentary covering the last year Pat and George Peach were employed as retainers to the unconventional Lord Methuen at his home, Corsham Court in Wiltshire. Director Penny Woolcock; Editor PeterSymes
12.30ShootingVideo History subtitled 27366 1.30 On Pictures and Paintings
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 TV Genres ThePolice
4.00 Italia 2000 Cinema, Theatre and Literature (part 1) Rpt 35873 4.30 Sound Advice Crime Prevention for
Convenience Store Staff Rpt
66786 5.00 Health and Safety at Work Rpt 42618 5.30TheAdviser Carefora Lifetime
6.00 The Restless Pump
6.25 Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe Rpt
7865231 6.50 San Marco - a Dominican Priory