Daily recording of BBC1's 7am News, with signing and subtitles.
Gargamel wants the Smurfs' diamonds.
Shown last Friday on BBC1. (Stereo)
Cartoon fun with the little car. Repeated at 2.00pm. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday at 7.20pm
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Zig Zag
9.25 Movable Feasts
9.40 Jeunes Francophones
Why Bird and Poppy make a list.
10.25 Hotch Potch House
(ages 3-5) (Stereo)
10.45 Look and Read Special
11.05 Zig Zag
12.05 Lifeschool Extra
Daily live consumer news.
1.00 Human Rights, Human Wrongs
(ages 9-12) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Animation. Shown at 8.20am.
Jill Dando visits the Lake District.
Comedy romance. Gordon and Sydney are shipwrecked on an island where their relationship is tested by two attractive inhabitants.
See Films: pages 51-60 **
Including at 3.00 News (Subtitled) Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
American comedy. Fudge has a party. (Stereo)
The series of tall tales and bizarre facts -but are they false or true?
Competition line: phone [number removed] for false or [number removed] for true. Calls cost a maximum of 25p.
Today, presented by Julie Etchingham.
Live children's magazine, hosted by Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles, Katy Hill and Romana D'Annunzio. Rptd tomorrow 7.55am. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Tony Lewis presents further coverage from the last day of England v India.
(Highlights can be seen at 11.15pm)
Continuing the Way Out West season, starring Richard Boone, Stuart Whitman, Tony Franciosa.
When 2,000 rifles are stolen from a US command post, Captain Haven of the US Cavalry is dispatched to track them down and keep the ammunition out of the hands of a tribe of warlike Indians.
With him are a sadistic Indian-killer and a Mexican bandit, both released from jail on the condition they help to track down the rifles and return them to safe hands.
(Showing in widescreen format)
(See Films: pages 51-60)
Colonel Theron Pardee:
Sgt Ben Franklyn:
In the fourth of a six-part series that looks at ancestry, biologist and writer Steve Jones studies the genes that control skin colour and finds out whether there are differences between races. He unearths the lifestyle of the first humans in a South African cave, visits a black DJ whose parents believe he's white, and explores the properties of the skin pigment melanin.
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The fourth in the series featuring eight personal reflections on the best modern British architecture.
Poet Simon Armitage finds inspiration in the longest suspension bridge in the world.
Opened in 1981, the Humber Bridge is 1.3 miles long and, he feels, is "one of the modern wonders of the world".
(The Designs of the Times season continues tomorrow at 7.30pm)
Continuing the repeat episodes from the first series.
In a quiet suburban street, neighbours find a man dead. He has lost four litres of blood. Mulder and Scully are astonished when an identical death occurs on the other side of America, to a man with an identical daughter.
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Dr Sally Kendrick/Eve Six/Hughes:
Dr Marvin Katz:
The first of a new series of six programmes that relive great sporting rivalries.
Tonight's programme recounts the 1976 motor racing season during which James Hunt, on the McLaren team, battled against world champion Niki Lauda, driving for Ferrari, for the Grand Prix title. Contributors include Lauda, racing champion Emerson Fittipaldi, commentator Murray Walker and the friends and family of James Hunt, who died in 1993.
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Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of the final day's play between England and India. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Followed by Weatherview
Topical political chat show. With Bernard Ingham.
12.30 The Authentick and Ironicall Historie of Henry V
An investigation into our obsession with trying to recreate the past.
1.30 Slaves and Noble Savages
An exploration of the life of an African slave during the 18th century.
2.00 The History Collection
4.00 Royal Institution Discourse: Chemistry of the Interstellar Medium
5.00 Wise Up: Women into Science
5.15 Department of Health Special: Changing Childbirth
5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 Seismology at Work
How earthquakes and underground nuclear explosions are used to probe the Earth's interior.
6.25 The Founding of the Royal Society
How creativity flourished in 17th-century England.
6.50 Geology of the Alps