(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
Animation. Big Ears has a cycling accident. With the voices of Sue Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert.
(Repeated at 2pm) (Repeat)
The parliamentary update.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The IT Collection: Thinking Machines
(ages 16+) (Stereo)
9.25 The Art: The Art of Identity
(ages 11-16) (Stereo)
9.45 Writing and Pictures: The Big Question
What are the children doing?
(ages 6-7) (Stereo)
Peggy and Why play in the woods, while Teresa and the children collect nuts and leaves.
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) When the Teddy Bears Came Stereo 3446138 10.45 Teaching Today Primary Science 956080 11.15 Practising Belief (ages 7-11) Crossing the Line (Questions)
Stereo 7619003 11.30 Showcase English andDrama stereo 1320954 11.35
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Portrait of Britain Stereo Subtitled 6122596 11.55Belief File (ages 11-16) Islam -the Hajj 6714138 12.15 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13) UnserBerlin
Business and consumer news.
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) J Is for
Joyriding stereo 39313461 1.25 Mad About Music (ages 11-16) Transformation
Stereo 39246008 1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5) Number Ten
(Shown at 8.20am) (Stereo)
An unscrupulous journalist is determined to photograph Kimble after he heroically rescues children trapped in a burning bus.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's proceedings in Parliament. (Stereo)
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage from Preston's Guild Hall of two quarter-final matches in the UK
Championship. Introduced by David Vine.
Second Skin. Kira is surprised to find records indicating that she had been jailed in a Cardassian prison ten years previously. Searching forthe truth, she is kidnapped. Stereo
Continuingthe action from the second two UK Championship quarter-finals, from the Guild Hall in Preston.
In recent years there has been an explosion in student numbers in towns and cities across the region. The sheer weight of numbers leaves the original residents feeling crowded out and powerless, and yet the students need accommodation somewhere. Southern Eye looks into the problem.
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Doctors fear that health services in the east end of London are already at the point of collapse, but this week the health authority is expected to announce the biggest cost-cutting measures in its history. James Westhead talks to the health chief at the centre of the storm, and the hospitals. GPs and patients affected.
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Men Behaving Badly ... in Hollywood Producer Beryl Vertue has seen several hit British comedy formats, including Steptoe and Son and Till Death Us Do Part, translate successfully to American television. Her latest launch in the US is
Men Behaving Badly, showing in an American version on the channel NBC.
Vertue discovers that there are more differences between the two nations than simply what makes them laugh.
Producer Richard Downes ; Series editor Michael Poole
In the motoring magazine tonight, Andy Wilman visits the annual Volkswagen "Beetle Bash", an event that revels in rave culture and performance art as much as cars. Plus there's a review of the latest turbo diesels.
Dick experiences jealousy for the first time when Dr Albright's friend, Jeff, visits town.
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Followed by X Philes
Fans of The X Files talk about the series, which continues on Wednesdays on BBC1.
Dr Mary Albright:
Documentary series taking a journey through the brain.
Danny Delcambre, a Cajun restaurateur, was born deaf and, like others with Usher's syndrome, is going blind. Oliver Sacks studies how he copes with the condition.
See today's choices.
Isle of Dogs. Comedy-drama mixing live action and animation, by Matthew McGuchan and Simon Faithfull.
A security guard discovers strange goings-on in a derelict factory site. Starring the late Graham Mumford.
Producer Nick Herrett ; Series producer Jeremy Howe
By the Liberal Democrat Treasury spokesman, Malcolm Bruce.
(Shown at 9.30pm on BBC1; 10.40pm on ITV)
With Jeremy Paxman.
Germaine Greer, Howard Jacobson and Jim White join Mark Lawson to talk about the week's cultural highlights, including the film Long Kiss Goodnight.
Followed by Weatherview
With Trevor Phillips.
12.35 Design for an Alien World Repeat Subtitled 8118894 1.00 Mappingthe Milky Way Repeat Subtitled 73455 1.30 Jets and Black Holes Repeat
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Human Biology
4.00 Now You're Talking (Programmes
27 and 28); Bon Mot Collection 3
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme
Repeat: 20 Steps to Better Management -the Drama Repeat
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6.00 Does Science Matter? Repeat
5253436 6.50 The Chemistry of Survival
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