With Signing. Stereo ....
Animated adventures of Alvin and his brothers Simon, the dry-witted scholar, and Theodore, the shy baby brother whose one great passion is food.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Animation. Every time Noddy takes passengers around Toyland in his car, they seem to lose something. With the voices of Sue Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert. Repeated at 2pm. (Repeat)
Canine adventure. Lassie and Forest Ranger Scott Turner crash-land in a helicopter high in the snowy wastes of the Rocky Mountains, resulting in injuries for Scott and the pilot. Starring Jed Allen. (Repeat)
Forest Ranger Scott Turner:
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The IT Collection (ages 16+) The Art of IT stereo 5451677 9.25TheArt(ages
11-16) The Art Of Clothes
9.45 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Jumble Sale Stereo
Peggy and Nick discover some amazing creatures living under the sea - in the centre of Birmingham.
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) Jasper's Beanstalk
10.45 The Experimenter - People (ages 7-9) Old Boney
11.05 Space Ark-People (ages 7-11) Inside the Body
11.15 Welsh History - Famous People (ages 5-7)
Caradog, Leader of the Britons; Gerald of Wales
11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Investigating Local History - the Romans on Hadrian's Wall
11.55 Belief File - Christianity in Britain (ages 11-16) What's It All About?
12.15 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13)
Business and consumer news.
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) A Is for Alcohol Stereo 68943884 1.25 Mad about Music
(ages 11-16) Rhythms
1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5) NumberOne
Shown at 8.20am. (Stereo)
Further live coverage of the first round of the World Invitational at Loch Lomond , as some of the world's top players get to grips with this impressive new course designed byTomWeiskopfandJayMorrish. Producers Mike Abbott and Grigor Stirling
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News
Regional News and Weather
The Maquis (part 2). Sisko and Gul
Dukat have joined forces to avert a war between the Cardassians and a rebel group of Federation colonists. But Sisko faces an unexpected enemy.
Commander Benjamin Sisko AVERY BROOKS. Odo RENE AUBERJONOIS , Major Kira Nerys NANA VISITOR,
Chief O'Brien COLM MEANY ,
Dr Julian Bashir SIDDIG EL FADIL
Benjamin Sisko Avery
Major Kira Nerys Nana
Dr Julian Bashir Siddig
Whose Game Is It Anyway? Today, football crowds are back in huge numbers and the top clubs' coffers are bulging. Yet, only ten years ago, the game was in the dumps, its future jeopardised by hooliganism, disaster and bankruptcy. In the last programme of the series, club chairmen, television moguls, hooligans and fans recall how football rescued itself from ruin.
Series producer Jean-Claude Bragard Executive producerTony Moss
Greens and Genes. Genetic engineering has given food technologists the power to manipulate nature. Now agro-chemical companies and retailers are locked in a commercial battle to advance genetic science. In this final programme, Jancis Robinson asks how far scientists should go when creating new foods - such as non-rottingtomatoes-and how much we should know about theirwork.
Producer Sarah Topalian
Executive producer Jane Ellison
Album. Gillian Lacey , who also directs this programme, tells the story behind a photograph album which she bought in London. Intrigued by the family shots inside, she resolved to establish the origin of the pictures.
Series editor Peter Symes
Tiff Needell test-drives the Boxster,
Porsche's first new car for almost 20 years, while Jeremy Clarkson has a spin in a Lamborghini Diablo. Steve Berry explains why now is an opportune time to take a motorcycle test.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Jon Bentley
Continuing the urban fantasy devised by Neil Gaiman and comedian
Lenny Henry. Knightsbridge. Richard has fallen into the netherworld and he wants his old life back. His only chance is to locate Door and the Marquis. To find them, though, he must pass through the most dangerous neighbourhood in London Below. See today's choices.
Written by Neil Gaiman ; Producer Clive Brill
Director Dewi Humphries
Marquis de Carabas:
The first of five documentaries exploring Britain's social security system.
The Department of Social Security provides a lifeline for millions of disadvantaged people in Britain. But it is a vast, complex network which consumes one third of all government expenditure.
When Peter Lilley took over the DSS in 1992, many feared that its budget would be drastically cut. Instead, it has spiralled even further upwards. This programme looks at the scale of Mr Lilley's problems in controlling the system, as genuine claimants' patience is tested and fraudsters cash in.
See Polly Toynbee: page 16
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With PeterSnOW. Subtitled ...........
Tony Parsons , Allison Pearson and Tom Paulin discuss the week's cultural ups and downs in the late-night arts round-up hosted by Mark Lawson. Producer Mary Sackville West
Editor Michael Poole
Followed by Weatherview
Trickiest Tunnel. Robbie Coltrane looks at how London Underground engineer Hugh Doherty is extending the Jubilee Line underneath both sand and street.
Producer Saul Nasse ; Executive producer
Robert Thirkell Repeat
12.30 Changes in Rural Society
Piedmont and Italy Repeat 58662 1.30 Art and the Left-the Critique of Power
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Job Seeking and Interviews
4.00 Now You're Talking (Programmes 1-4); Poetry of the Nation; Bon Mot The Harp
6.00 Healingthe Spine- new research. Repeat 2026117 6.25 Shropshire in the 16th Century Repeat 2038952 6.50 The Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice Repeat
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