With Signing. Stereo .....
Cartoon fun with the rodent superspy, plus Winsome
Witch and SquiddlyDiddly. Repeat.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Becky tidies her bedroom with the helpof pink elephant.
Parliamentary update. Stereo ........
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The Science Collection (ages 16+) BuildingBuckyballs 1778896 9.251nto Work (ages 14+) What Did We Get out of It? 8206490 9.40 Megamaths (ages 7-10) The Six Times Table
Peggy and Poppy discover different kinds of monkeys and apes at azOO. Stereo .....
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) So
10.45 Teaching Today Materials: Does It Hold Water? stereo 162728 11.15 Health
E 3: Sex Education (ages 9-11) How
Babies Are Made stereo 2608544 11.35
Landmarks (ages 9-12) The River Severn -Caring for the River Stereo
11.55 Techno (ages 11-14) The Bridge stereo 1953419 12.15Quinze Minutes Plus (ages 11-13) A Table!
Business and consumer news.
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) 0 Is for Old Age Stereo 24816631 1.25 Isabel (ages 14-16) EIFutboliSta WrittenbyNigelHinton
15285490 1.45 Numbertime (ages 4-5)
Shown at8.20am Stereo .....................
Eight men are still competing forthe 23rd Masters title at Wembley Conference
Centre. The first quarter-final will feature the winner ofthe Nigel Bond and James Wattana match playing either John Parrott or Jimmy White. Presented by David Vine.
Sue Cook acts as a sighted guide for her blind companion around the theme parks of Orlando, Florida. First shown in the Holiday series
Regional News and Weather
The day's business in Parliament.
Furtherquarter-final action from Wembley as two players compete in a best-of-11-frames match,
Destiny. Two Cardassian scientists begin a project to open communication through the wormhole forthe first time, despite a Bajoran prophecy of doom. Stereo
Star Trek is tomorrow at 6pm
Cdr Benjamin Sisko:
Dr Julian Bashir:
Lt Jadzia Dax:
More quarter-final action from the Masters competition from Wembley Conference Centre with a match that was expected to feature Stephen Hendry and Ronnie O'Sullivan. Presented by David Vine.
Dealing in Death
The death of Leah Betts aftertaking Ecstasy and a series of gangland murders have given Essex a reputation for drug-dealing. The real problem could be heroin, large quantities of which are being imported via the Thames, creating a new generation of addicts.
John Sweeney reports on the horrors of the heroin trade and the people it destroys. Producer Jeremy Britton ; Editor Alison Rooper .. A phone-in follows immediately afterthe programme on BBC Radios Kent. Thames Valley FM and GLR.
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Atlantic. Single New York secretary Janet Culver was delighted when her advertisement for a sailing companion was answered by self-confessed free spirit Nick Abbott. In July 1989 they set sail from Bermuda to New York on a 37ft sloop, the Anaulis, each seeing the trip as a prelude to marriage. But after four days out in the Atlantic, a storm blew up, the vessel began to sink and the couple were forced to take to the life raft.
Disaster reconstructs the mental and physical pressures oftheirattemptto survive. Narrated by John Nettles.
Director Kim Flitcroft ; Series producer Bryn Higgins
Jeremy Clarkson chooses the best of the latest small hatchbacks. Plus Quentin Willson offers some tips for picking up a bargain at a classic car auction, and reveals the troubles that the unsuspecting could be lumbered with once the hammer comes down.
Producer John Wilcox : Series producer Jon Bentley
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Assault with a Deadly Dick. The
Solomons become the victims of crime, and Tommy tries outforthe school basketball team to impress August.
Dr Mary Albright:
The frozen body of a Stone-Age farmer, uncovered in the Alps in 1991, has turned out to be one of the most important finds of the century. The second of a three-part "Horizon" special tells the story of how in the years since research groups have used the so-called Ice Man to shine a light on a time of archaeological darkness.
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GettingOn with It. Teenagers
Craig Evans and Daniel Rooney describe how they are fulfilling their dreams despite having spinal muscular atrophy.
Producer Steve Sklair ; Executive producer Bob Long
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Further coverage of the Masters from
Wembley. With David Vine. Stereo.
Followed by Skiing Forecast
Political Chat Show. Stereo..............
12.30 In Search of Identity Repeat
1.00 Me - Student? Repeat
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 The Fashion Business
4.00 Greek Language and People 7 and 8; French Experience KnowHow4
Business and Work
5.00The Small Business Programme
Repeat 20 Steps to Better Management -the Drama Repeat
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6.00 The Effective Manager Repeat 6888281 6.25TheEurovisionSong Contest-CountingtheCost Repeat 6970216 6.50The Resourceful
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