Cartoon animation. (Repeat)
Report from Inner Mongolia.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Repeated at 1.05pm Repeat
Animation. Spot visits the park.
Repeatedatlpm Repeat .......................
A look at obsessive compulsive disorder, a condition caused by anxiety. .........
The Kalahari Desert in Africa is inhospitable but plenty of wildlife thrives there.
Chris. Peggy and Why visit a science centre, stereo.................
Glass Tightrope. Can witness Richard Kimble help a vagrant wrongly charged with murder? Blackandwhite Repeat Subtitled ............ The next episode is on Thursday at 10.25am
Bilko Acres. A rumour about Fort Baxter expanding leads Bilkoto buy land.
Black and white Repeat ...........................
Flash and his friends are captured by the Claypeople. Blackandwhite Repeat .
With signing and subtitles.
Shown on Sunday at 10.15am on BBC1 Stereo .
Business and consumer news. Stereo .
Shownat 8.25am .............
Shown at 8.15am..................................
Second World War drama starring Anne Baxter
Agroup of Soviet villagers takes on the might of the invading German army. Director Lewis Milestone (1943)
Blackandwhite ..................................... * See Films: pages 69-76 ***
Regional News and Weather
The day's business in Parliament.
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Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz. with Martyn Lewis. stereo.....13
Fern Britton's cookery challenge.
Tips on making money from hobbies.
Postponed from 16 October Stereo
Second of a six-part series featuring people with very different lifestyles. In Lincolnshire, flying instructor Tim Darby is pursuing his ambition to become a fully-fledged airline pilot. Producer Roy Player
Postponed from 12 November
Pathe News from 1956.
Black and white
Deck the Halls. Will decorates the Banks' home for Christmas.
Dyson decides to move to Brisbane, while Stassy tries to get rid of Matt.
Music and features, including
Tina Turner in Moscow on her world tour, soul trio 3T performing in Birmingham, ex-Eternal singer Louise and soul ballad singer Dina Carroll. Presented by Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston.
Producer Angela Ferreira ; Executive producer
A Law unto Themselves. Presenter
David Rose enters the sequestered world of Britain's barristers to examine how they operate on a daily basis, how cases are assigned and how a profession immune from litigation deals with allegations of negligence. He meets people who feel they have had a raw deal at the hands of barristers, and talks to lawyers, many of whom admit that the current system is not ideal.
Series producer Emily Smyth ; Editor Mark Wakefield Stereo Subtitled 16
Two teams from universities founded as colleges in the 1800s, Manchester and Birkbeck, London, meet in the battle of brains. With Jeremy Paxman.
DirectorChris Power; Producer Peter Gwyn
Michael Barry opens his
Christmas surgery and helps viewers with their dinner dilemmas. JillyGoolden and Oz Clarke recommend Spanish wines for underL6 with help from talk show host Carol Smillie. Chris Kelly takes a look at equipmentto keep food hot. See today's choices.
Producer Moyra Rose : Series producerTim Hincks
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Continuing a repeat run of the third series of comedy dramas starring Dawn French.
The leader of the opposition and his wife make a grisly discovery under their kitchen floor.
Rev Charles Quentin:
Concludingthe documentary series.
Undercover Operations. Anglo-German relations are further strained when
Rover's chief executive resigns. Will
BMW take this opportunityto reshuffle the Rover board? Meanwhile, Rover puts its latest, top secret vehicle design through its paces.
Producer Kate Broome ; Series producer Jill Nicholls
The pop quiz hosted by Mark Lamarr with teams captained by comedians Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus. The panellists are singer and guitarist Billy Bragg, ex-St Etienne singer Sarah Cracknell and former Madness star Suggs. With guest comedian Jeff Green. Executive producer Peter Fincham
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
A debate on euthanasia, with Annie Lindsell , who has motor neurone disease, challenging Dr Peggy Norris , who chairs the anti-euthanasia group Alert.
Series producer Debbie Christie The series continues tomorrow at 11.15pm
The traditional costumes of Staphorst in the Netherlands. Repeat
The political chat show.
12.30 Approaching Literature Behind Mask Subtitled 87742 1.30Changing Voices
2.00 Other Worlds; A-Z of Belief
4.00 Teaching and Learningwith IT
50079 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom
26162 5.00 Inside Europe 55574 5.30 Film Education Matilda Repeat
6.00 Discovering 16th-century
Strasbourg 7960094 6.25Toulouse 7052029 6.50 Shropshire in the 16th Century
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