A parade of pets.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Standard Grade Modern Studies (ages 14-16) Livingon a Low Income
Stereo 8495361 9.20The HistoryCollection (ages 16+) 1 7th Century- King Parliament Stereo 1052800 9.45
Watch (ages 5-7) Time Treasures -the Coronation
A visit to the Playground
10.30 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
5098057 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Light and Sound Stereo 4053458 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) LightandSound Stereo 6059090 11.15 LeClub (ages 9-12) Jours de Fete Stereo 7141309 11.30
Shakespeare: Animated Tales (ages 9-13) Romeo and Juliet Stereo
With signing and subtitles.
Shown on Sunday at 10.15am on BBC1
Business and consumer news. Stereo.
1.00 Teach ing Today Equal Opportunities in Primary Science and IT
1.30 Showcase (programme 7) English 98986125 1.40 Hotch Potch House (ages
3-5) Melting and Freezing
Shown at8.20am Stereo .....................
Thrice-weekly series exploring family life. With Caroline Righton , Nick Clark and Jackie Spreckley. HELPLINE: for further information on today's programme ring [number removed]. Calls cost a maximum of 30p
Parliamentary report. stereo Subtitled.. Ceefax: page 622. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Esther Rantzen hears from youngsters with strong views about what theylike to wear, and the opinions of theirdespairing parents. Guests include fashion designer
Wayne Hemingway. Stereo.....................
The series on remarkable love affairs continues with the story of John and Jola who have devoted their lives to their
Down's syndrome child Monica. Revised repeat of a series first shown on ITV
Actor Trevor Eve appeals on behalf of Childhope UK, which helps streetchildren. For donation details see Sunday at 5.30pm on BBC1
Father Knows Best. Ashley transfers from her private school to the local public high school, and Will helps her keep it a secret from her father.
Repeat Stereo ....
Anita and Ryan react differently when their fatherturns up for a surprise visit, and Drazic causes trouble for Charlie.
Pop magazine. Presented by Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss.
Revised repeat of programme shown on Sunday at 11.45am
The third of five Comic Relief recipes. Jennifer Saunders assists as Delia Smith makes spicy Bloody Mary soup. A compilation programme is at 9.50pm Shown on Sunday at6. 40pm on BBC1
Going with the Flow. Presenter Fisher Dilke attempts to explain one of the most unpredictable problems in science-turbulence. It was attributed as the cause of the 1985 Delta air crash in Dallas when 132 people died after their plane fell from the sky, and the unexpected hurricanes that flattened southern England in 1987. Mathematicians are aware of the equations governing the phenomenon but cannot predict or control it and the American government is now spending millions on tryingto solve the problem. Director Nick Cory-Wright ; Executive producer
The last in the series looks back at the work first-time buyers Graham and Maxine Walsh have put into renovating theirVictorian terraced house in Pudsey, West Yorkshire, and Tessa Shaw announces the Home Front amateur decorator of the year competition. Based on viewers' nominations, the short-listed contestants will be featured in the new eight-part series, which starts in April. Series producer Simon Shaw ; Editor Daisy Goodwin
Revised repeat Stereo
Michael Barry prepares raan of lamb, a dish which involves a whole leg of lamb being marinated for two days in Indian spices, while JillyGoolden and OzClarke taste wines discovered on their recent tandem tourof Portugal. With Chris Kelly. Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producer Tim Hincks
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The first in a seven-part series tells the story of a Second World War love affair between German housewife Lilly Wust and young Jewish lesbian Felice Schragenheim. See today's choices.
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A compilation of Delia Smith's first and second five-minute recipes.
The guests are Mark Little and Nigel Lawson in this edition from last autumn of the news quiz chaired by Angus Deayton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Richard Wilson
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Jeremy Isaacs talks to comedy veteran Bob Monkhouse about the difficulties of his childhood in Kent and the contemporary comedians he admires. Series producer Julian Birkett ; Executive producer
Followed by Weatherview
With Lesley Riddoch.
12.30 Wood, Brass and Baboon Bones-mathematical models. Repeat 66713 1.00 The Front Desk
47249 1.30 The Census Repeat
2.00 Modern Languages
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT Repeat 99775 4.30Teachingand
LeamingWith IT Repeat
5.00 Inside Europe Repeat
5.30 Film Education Repeat
6.00 Living with Technology Home
Repeat Stereo 7372978 6.50 The Last Of the Liberties Repeat
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