With signing and subtitles.
Gargamel has stolen gold from some fairies.
Sports and activities series, Shown yesterday 5.10pm. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Mr Benn becomes a caveman for the day. (Rpt)
Highlights of yesterday's ladies' quarter finals. Introduced by Sue Barker. Shown yesterday at 10.20pm on BBC 1
A visit to the Roundabout Stop. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Uncle Fester's Illness. Uncle Festerfeels under the weather, so Gomez calls a doctor.
Moon Child. Richard Kimble is a suspect when a stranger commits a cruel crime.
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Splashdown. Marine biologist Martha Holmes leads an underwaterjourney along the coastlines of Britain.
A visit to Cromer Pier in Norfolk
Live coverage of the men's singles quarterfinals. With Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker.
Including at 3.00 News Regional News; Weather
Regional News and Weather
Jonny's kite is nearly ready for action. Last in the series.
Dramatised by Valerie Georgeson, from a story by Joan Eadington.
The first in a 13-part series combining well-known cartoon characters with wildlife footage to reveal the true nature of animals in the wild. With puppets Dogsbody and Fleur Pompidou. Repeated tomorrow at 7.55am. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Michaela's Wild World: page 51
Rerun of a five-part mystery about two schoolboys who find an 18th-century drummer boy.
Dramatised by Marilyn Fox, from a story by William Mayne. (Rpt) (Stereo)
William MayneKeith: Chris
Nellie Jack John:
Continuing coverage of the men's singles quarterfinals. Introduced by Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker.
Plus athletics news from the Lausanne Grand Prix.
Coverage of the prestigious Lausanne Grand Prix in Switzerland, an event given even greater importance this yearwith the start ofthe Olympic
Games only 16 days away. Eagerly awaited tonight will be the expected clash in the 400-metre hurdles between Olympic champion
Sally Gunnell and the woman who took away herworld record Kim Batten.
Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson. Introduced by Helen Rollason with Brendan Foster. Producer Martin Webster ; Editor Andrew Clement
A special edition of the historical documentary series.
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig has been lampooned as the worst type of British officerfor his command of the army in the First World War. But did he, as accused, send thousands of British to a futile death? On the 80th anniversary of the battle of the Somme, Timewatch explores a newly emerging historical debate. See today's choices. Producer Helen Bettinson
Editor Laurence Rees
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Seventh in a series of eight personal reflections on the best of modem
20th-century British architecture. Architect Zaha Hadid chooses the Willis Corroon building in the centre of Ipswich, Suffolk, a high-tech seventies work by Sir Norman Foster.
Director Paul Bryers : Producer Ruth Rosenthal
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Chapter 18. Neil Avedon 's estranged mother testifies on her son's behalf.
Shown yesterday 9.00pm Stereo Subtitled 47
Followed by Weatherview
With Andrew Neil.
12.30 Managing Biodiversity
29568 1.00 Eyewitness Memory
21617 1.30 Making Medical Decisions Resource Constraints Summer Nights
2.00 Discovering Art Collections 3 MakingTheir Mark
4.00 Italia 2000 Arti e Mestieri
4.30 United Nations - 50 Years of Activity Rpt 35810 5.00 Voluntary Sector Television
6.00 Race and Society Artists and Photographers Rpt 6367839 6.25 The Birth of Calculus Rpt 6346346 6.50
Work and Energy Rpt