Note: half-term repeats.
9.00 TV6 (ages 16+) On the Road-the United States of Europe
9.30 Cosmo and Dibs (ages 3-5) The
Weather Clothing for different climates (first in Punjabi, then in English)
1538570 9.40 Megamaths (ages 7-10) Tables
10.25 Firework Safety (ages 5-7)
9595957 10.30 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5) Houses Stereo 3026402 10.50 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Sky Hunter II
3046266 11.10 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Food and Farming stereo 9367808 11.30
TeachingToday Geography and IT 7155 12.00 G NVQ - the Great New
Visionary Quest (ages 16+) Health and Social Care
1.00 History File (ages 11-14) First World War- Making Peace stereo 17089605 1.20 Spanish Globo (ages 11-12) MisAmigos (prog 5) Stereo 96509792 1.25 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Investigating Local History Stereo Subtitled 17068112 1.45 StOrytime (ages4-5) My Mum and Dad Make Me Laugh
The first of today's Grand Prix action from the Bournemouth International Centre.
This afternoon, Thailand's James Wattana aims for a place in the third round, competing against Alan McManus. the beaten finalist at the Scottish Masters last month. Also in action today is last year's British Open champion, Nigel Bond. Presented by David Vine.
Directors Trevor Morris and John Watts
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
Eddie's poor performance during tryouts for the school trackteam incites Herman to become his coach. When Eddie fails to improve, Grandpa invents what he claims is a vitamin pill to speed Eddie up.
(Black and white)
Seventies science-fiction series.
Conflict. Straker is convinced thatthe aliens are using flying debris in space to disguise their activities.
Commander Straker ED BISHOP, Colonel Freeman
GEORGE SEWELL , Paul Foster MICHAEL
BILLINGTON. Captain Carlin PETER GORDENO.
General Henderson GRANTTAYLOR. LtGay Ellis GABRIELLE DRAKE. Carol SONIA FOX
Written by Ruric Powell ; Director Ken Turner
First shown on ITV Subtitled ....
Continuing the showcase screenings of films from the first three series of the children's camcorder show. Tonight, Love Space by 10-year-old Elaine [text removed] from Armagh, My Shed by 13-year-old Philip [text removed]from Exeter and Chad's Week by 11-year-old Chad [text removed] from Manchester.
Producer Christopher Morris
Executive producer Eric Rowan
Tiff Needell reports from the Lydden Hill circuit in Kent on the penultimate
Eurocars meeting of the year, where both the V6 and V8 series still have all to race for. Tony Mason is on the Isle of Man forthe last round of the British rally championship and Bob Constanduros reviews the Formula Renault season.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor Dennis Adams
Top Gear is on Thursday at 8.30pm on BBC2.
1957 - Skin Deep. The story of the fight against official racism in South Africa and the southern United States. South
Africans describe the extension of apartheid in the fifties, the imposition of the pass laws and the repression, which included the 1960 Sharpeville shootings. Americans who took part in the drive for de-segregation in schools, restaurants and buses rememberthe progress made in the early sixties leading to the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Although individual prejudice continued, the act at least gave them equality before the law. At the same time in South Africa, however, official discrimination was increasing.
Producer Marian Marzynski ; Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta Shown yesterday at 4.35pm onBBCl Stereo Subtitled .....
Cat. Hattie gets a kitten and Eric ends up looking for Tiddles on a roof belonging to Major Crombie-Crombie, who hates cats. With Hattie Jacques , Richard Wattis and Deryck Guyler. Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race
Repeat Subtitled .....
The dead-pan wit and regular on Have I Got News For You presents this one-off comedy special featuring sketches, stand-up and a bit of song and dance. With special guest Lesley Ash. See today's choices.
Director Julia Knowles ; Producers Phil Clarke and EmmaGage Stereo
In the final episode of the comedy series, Martin tries to become less boring to win back girlfriend Clare. Matthew's bravery lands him in hospital and he falls for a red-haired girl who is also a student - two of his pet hates.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Further Grand Prix action from the Bournemouth International Centre. The third round begins this evening and, as long as there have been no upsets along the way, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Alain Robidoux should meet in a re-match of their controversial Crucible clash in April when O'Sullivan -claiming he was "bored" with their first-round World
Championship match - started playing left-handed. It was a diversion from
O'Sullivan's normal style which left Canadian Robidoux less than happy. Introduced by David Vine.
12.30 An A to Z of English Repeat
1.00 Animated English The Creature Comforts Story Repeat 60174 1.30 News Stories Repeat
2.00 Accessto Learning Repeat
4.00 Italia 2000 Repeat 95445 4.30 Find Out about BBC Focus Repeat
73085396 4.45 Department of Health Special Repeat 28728464 5.00
Pathways to Care Understanding the World Repeat 53342 5.30 RCN Nursing Update Repeat
6.00 Play and the Social World Repeat Subtitled 7109532 6.25 First Steps to
Autonomy Repeat Subtitled 7128667 6.50 Learning For All Children First Repeat after My Momma
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