Daily recording of BBC 1 's 7am News, with signingand subtitles.
The Smurfs are captured by an evil wizard.
Action quiz. Shown last Friday. (Stereo)
Fun with toys that come to life. (Rpt)
Shown yesterday 6.20pm Stereo
Another chance to enjoy the antics of Charlie Chaplin , b/w Rpt ...
Classic American comedy.
Bilko plans to find date for Doberman's sister for an event at Fort Baxter. (b/w)
Why Bird finds out about dinosaurs.
The Addams Family Meets the Undercover Man. Theauthoritiesthinktheyhave intercepted coded messages coming from the Addams family's house, and send in an agent. b/w Rpt subtnied
Pathe News from 1956. B/W .......
Highlights of the French Grand Prix. Shown yesterday at 10pm
Millie makes a model farm.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the surviving 16 men and women competing for places in the singles quarterfinals.
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
American comedy. Peter is sick at home and Sheila volunteers to help him with his assignment. (Subtitled)
A series celebrating the achievements and talents of young people. Today's remarkable children include a girl who saved the life of her sister, a 13-year-old car dealer and Britain's youngest football referee. Presented by Diane-Louise Jordan and Toby Anstis. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
First of two special programmes looking back on last summer's expedition.
Today, there's an encounter with wild lions, a meeting with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, and a search for diamonds.
With Diane-Louise Jordan, Tim Vincent, Stuart Miles and Katy Hill.
The second programme will be shown next Monday.
Further coverage of the tennis championships as the 16 surviving men and women continue to compete for places in the singles quarterfinals. At this point last year, Britain's only remaining men's player Greg Rusedski was beaten by the current champion
Pete Sampras. Will Rusedski make the quarterfinals this year? Orwill Tim Henman have the weight of British expectation on his shoulders? Introduced by Sue Barker.
Wildlife programmes from around the world.
Throughout the winter the Arctic is locked in ice, but during the brief summerthe temperature rises slightly and the area explodes into action, with animals racing to capitalise on the sudden feast of food that results.
This film, made by first-time wildlife film-makers Shane and Libby Moore , follows the summertime activity on land and underwater in Glacier Bay National Park in south-east Alaska, home to brown bears, bald eagles, humpback whales, sea lions and wading birds. See today's choices. Producer Lawrence Breen
Senes producer Paul Appleby
A Call to Arms
The fourth of six programmes that relive great sporting rivalries.
Sport collided with politics in 1974 in one of the greatest rugby clashes ever seen - the British Lions playing the Springboks in a tour of South Africa, a country then gripped by apartheid.
The Lion's tour was opposed in Britain by politicians and activists.
Here, team members, including Willie John McBride , Gareth Edwards and JJ Williams , explain why they risked their reputations, and even theirjobs, to breach an international embargo and take on the Springboks, a team unbeaten in 18 international matches.
Other contributors include
Steve Tshwete , at the time imprisoned on Robben Island and now South Africa's
Sports Minister, and former Observer editor Donald Trelford , whose paper led a protest against the tour. Home cine footage recalls the team's progress. Director/Producer Danny Fenton
Continuingthe repeat episodes from the first series.
After shoot-out, an FBI agent and a wanted criminal are taken to hospital, both critically injured. Only one seems to survive.
Gillian Anderson presents BBC 1's Future Fantastic on Friday at 7.30pm.
See today's choices.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
In this documentary portrait, Booker Prize-winner Bernice Rubens , whose hometown is Cardiff, retraces her life and explains how her experiences have affected herwriting. Many of her 19 books - the latest is yesterday in the Back Lane - are set in Wales, but her Jewish-Russian background has, she says, had a profound influence. Director Rachel Hermer ; Producer
With Bernard Ingham.
12.30The Golden Thread
2.00 Discovering Art Collections 1 Sister Wendy's Odyssey and the Great Picture Trail
4.00 Department of Health Special History of Vaccination in Britain
59647 4.30 Department of Health Special Purely and Simply Water 45869 5.00 Pathways to Care
80444 5.30 RCN Nursing Update
6.00 A Matter of Geometry
6496395 6.25 Social Work in the Inner
City Rpt 6475802 6.50 Interpreting Sediments