With Andrew Harvey and Juliet Morris.
Timetable on Monday Including at 9.00 See Hear Breakfast News
Animated adventures of the superhuman crimefighter. (Stereo)
Second in a six-part story, based on a novel by Anita Desai, of a family who live in a fishing village and the hard times they endure.
Zip-pea helps two peas in distress. (Repeat)
Today, the Patch Stop. (Repeat) (Stereo)
McGill is hired to investigate a case of blackmail.
(First shown on ITV)
Carp record holder Chris Yates goes fishing.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Lurch becomes an unexpected pop star.
(Black and white) (Repeat) (Subtitled)
Today, a visit to the Supreme Cat Show - the Crufts of the cat world
Today, pear pizza.
Today's programme discusses homelessness in today's society.
Featuring races at 2.15, 2.45, 3.20 and 3.50.
Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding and Jonathan Powell.
Including at 3.00 and 3.40 News Regional News and Weather
Animated adventures of a mischievous country mouse and her city cousin.
The children's presenter introduces highlights from his popular science series. Today's topic is angles.
(Repeated tomorrow at 9.25am)
Another chance to see selected programmes in the children's documentary series.
The Lowdown meets children living in poverty on a housing estate in South Wales. With the views of John Redwood, MP, former Secretary of State for Wales, and Glenys Kinnock, MEP. Last in the series. (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Pathe News from 1956.
(Black and white)
Jill Dando visits Brazil.
Sir Henry Morgan's task is to rid the seas of the pirate Blackbeard. But his niece also happens to be in the villain's clutches.
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Sir Henry Morgan:
A series featuring letters to the editor of The Times newspaper in peace and war, between 1913 and 1919.
Battlefield film, photographs and cartoons complemented and often contradicted the passionate opinions expressed in letters during the First World War. In an age without radio or TV the public could not comprehend the horrors of trench warfare, but the letters unfolded a drama which involved everyone.
Kirsty Young and her team of expert "trouble-shooters" - a lawyer, a doctor and a building expert - each week visit an ordinary street, meet the residents and set about trying to solve their various problems. This programme comes from the rural village of Eardisland in Herefordshire, where the residents are upset by the lack of public transport and a blocked public right of way, while one resident is involved in a property dispute with the local council.
The team show jumping is in its final phase, In the athletics stadium, the decathlon nears its conclusion with the pole vault discipline. Two yachting finals are completed tonight, and in archery the gold medal will be decided in the individual men's class. Other highlights include wrestling, volleyball, gymnastics and handball. Introduced by Sue Barker.
Topical analysis of the news, plus interviews and discussion. Presented by Jeremy Vine.
The season of diverse screenplays by young writers new to TV continues with David Greig's Nightlife.
In a city park at night, Robin must confront her deepest fears and help someone who is in mortal danger.
Contains strong language and violence.
See today's choices.
Followed by Weatherview
Satirical cartoon films by Chris Hinton, Pavel Koutsky and Phil Mulloy. This programme contains violent scenes.
Live coverage of the final of the women's hockey competition.
Also, action from tonight's women's football final.
A visit to Blackpool for the lighting of the illuminations.