With signing. Stereo ....
Cartoon about three bears who devise schemes to stay one step ahead of keepers at Wonderland Zoo. (Repeat)
Children's magazine. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Animated fun. Repeated at 2pm (Repeat)
Lassie helps a stallion fight for survival. The story concludes tomorrow at 8.35am. (Repeat)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Standard Grade English: Jawbox - Carrying Knives (ages 14-16) discussion with young people from Scotland on carrying knives, (Stereo) 4038755
9.20 The Business Studies Collection: Marketing (ages 16+) (Stereo) 8171129
9.45 Watch: Festivals and Celebrations- Festivals of Beginnings (ages 5-7)
Peggy and Poppy have an adventure. (Repeat)
10.30 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Bricks-bricks for building walls.
10.45 Science Zone: Light and Sound: Many Hands Make Light Work (ages 9-11) (Stereo) 5919587
11.05 Space Ark: Light and Sound - Communications (ages 7-11) (Stereo) 6514484
11.15 Le Club: Bonjour (ages 9-12) Toby Anstis shares his love of French with primary school children. 5541991
11.30 Shakespeare: Animated Tales - Othello (ages 9-13)
Presenter (Le Club):
With signing and subtitles.
Shown on Sunday at 10.15am on BBC1
A look at the latest business and consumer news.
1.00 Teaching Today: Teaching Writing (Stereo) 32939
1.30 Showcase (programme one) Primary Preview 44148552
1.40 Hotch Potch House: Hide and Seek (ages 3-5)
Shown at 8.20am. (Stereo)
Desert Journey. The team face danger in the desert when they escort a reluctant Bey to his strife-torn north African country.
Written by Ian Stuart Black For regular cast see Monday Repeat
Highlights from the Lakeside Country Club in FrimleyGreen, Surrey, of players competingforthe best of five sets in yesterday's first-round matches in the World Professional Darts championship. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
Including at 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
Working It Out. Will goes on a date with Hilary's bOSS. Repeat
When the school cancels the students' end-of-exams celebration, Bolton plans a beach party. Stereo
In a special edition of the pop music magazine Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss look back on 1996 and forward to treats in store for 1997.
Revised repeat Stereo ....
A second, three-part series of music films, which are being screened in pairs. The films are produced by composer and director teams, and each combines a new piece of music with specifically conceived visuals.
One in a Million
A surreal narrative by composer Django Bates and director Terry Braun. Ayoung composer and her daughter try to select winning lottery numbers. Featuring Margo Gunn and Jessica Vitmayer Braun. Blight
An enigmatic portrayal by composer
Jocelyn Pook and director John Smith of the bitter campaign by local residents to protect their homes from demolition during the construction of the east London Mil link road.
Executive producers Peter Maniura and RodneyWilson
Another chance to see six of the best episodes from the home and interior design series, presented by Tessa Shaw. The team give useful tips on how to transform a kitchen without spending a fortune; designer Kevin McCloud creates a luxury bathroom for £300; and a Yorkshire family take on the renovation of their Victorian terrace.
Series producer Simon Shaw ; Series editor
DaisyGoodwin Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..
Michael Barry isjoined by guest chef
Jeanne Rankin who cooks a tarte tatin.
In the USA broadcaster Dylan Winter trails farm workers across seven states and meets the woman who cooks for them and manages, overfive months, not to repeat a recipe. Plus JillyGoolden taste tests flavoured coffees.
Presented by Chris Kelly.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producerTim Hincks
INFORMATION: see Ceefax page 580 r
Geoff Hamilton presents a six-part series, which completed filming just before he died last August. It shows how gardens can be an escape from the stress of the modern world.
A Leafy Highway. A visit to some secluded havens throughout Britain, including an inner-city garden in Cardiff and the garden paradise of an Oxfordshire couple. See today's choices. Director Ray Hough; Executive producer Tony Laryea BBC BOOK: Geoff Hamilton s Paradise Gardens.
Â£18.99, is available in hardback from bookshops * Geoff's work goes on: page 34
Explorer Benedict Allen filmed this adventurous travelogue, showing in six parts, which charts his four-month,
1,000-mile journey along the Skeleton Coast of Namibia in south-west Africa, a place known as a graveyard for ships and seafarers for centuries.
Allen's first task is train his three camels, Jan, Nelson and Andries, before setting off through top-security diamond fields. See today's choices.
Series producer Bob Long * "Don't call me Indiana Jones": p22
First of a six-part comedy series about a group of friends who first met at university and are still together 15 years later.
Jim confesses to Bob that he has been having an affair.
Director Angela de Chastelai Smith: Producer
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights from the World Professional Darts championship of tonight's second-round matches, which were expected to feature Martin Adams , Steve Beaton and Andy Fordham. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
The second of three Ingmar Bergman dramas showing this week, starring Ingrid Thulin, Gunnar Bjornstrand
Pastor Ericsson, counselling parishioner who is obsessed by what he feels is the imminent end of the world, voices his own religious doubts. In Swedish with English subtitles
Marta Lundberg INGRID THULIN, Tomas Ericsson GUNNAR BJORNSTRAND. Jonas Persson MAX VON SYDOW. Karin Persson GUNNEL LINDBLOM
Director Ingmar Bergman (1962. PG)
Black and white
The Silence is shown on Thursday at 12.20am
# See Films: pages 50-55 ***