With Signing. Stereo ...................
7.30 Secret Life of Toys
The adventures of toys that come to life.
Repeated at 1pm Repeat Stereo
7.45 The Raccoons
Animated comedy. Repeat
8.10 The Wacky Races
More animated automobile antics. Repeat
8.35 Blue Peter
Children's magazine. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Featuring angling, the triple jump, volleyball and finding the right footwearfor sports. Repeat Stereo
9.35 Sweet Valley High
Live action drama about 16-year-old twin sisters. Repeat Stereo
Animation. The skeletons put on a show. Repeat
Naughty Sock. Funny Lady tells the gang the story of the Naughty Sock. Stereo
Babar hopes to catch the infamous" Blacktail" fish. Repeat
A double bill of adventures featuring the archaeologist as a boy.
Vienna. 1908: nine-year-old Indyfeels the pangs of first love on meeting the daughter of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria.
11.45 British East Africa. 1909: Indytries to impress ex-President Theodore Roosevelt on a dangerous hunting expedition.
The latest business news and consumer information. Stereo .........................
The first in this re-run series about food looks at the history of the apple.
Classic western adventure series.
Heyes and Curry are apprehended and watch helplessly while two groups have a shootout over the reward offered for turning them in. Starring Pete Duel and Ben Murphy. (Repeat)
Julian Wilson introduces a four-race card to mark the start of the three-day
Martell Grand National meeting. Including the races at 2.35pm, 3.10, 3.45 and 4.20. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jim McGrath , Richard Pitman , Peter Scudamore , John Hamner , Jonathan Powell and Graham Rock.
TV presentation Martin Hopkins, Malcolm Kemp
Including at 2.55 and 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
The food series continues with different kinds of bread. Repeat ...............
Esther Rantzen talks to people who have made great sacrifices forthe sake of having a baby.
Nostalgia-based quiz presented by Martyn Lewis. Stereo 99
Shakaar. SenttoBajorona mission against herformer leader in the resistance movement, Kira ends upjoininghim as a fugitive.
Cdr Benjamin Sisko:
Major Kira Nerys:
Dr Julian Bashir:
BloodMoon. Sam finds himself in the body of a man about to sacrifice his bride in a macabre ritual.
Sam Beckett SCOTT BAKULA , Al DEAN STOCKWELL
, Victor IAN BUCHANAN ,
Claudia DEBORAH MARIA MOORE ,
Alexandria SHAE D'LYNN
Sam Beckett Scott
Claudia Deborah Maria
The second of two programmes in which Lady Olga Maitland and seven fellow MPsjoin the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme, offering them ataste of military life. MPs in Caribbean Drugs Chase The MPs experience a rescue by an RAF helicopter in the Caimgorms and parachuting with the Royal
Marines. They also visit the army in Bosnia, search fordrug-smugglers in the Caribbean and celebrate the end oftheiryearwith the forces. Producer Charles Miller ; Editor
Anne Tyerman Stereo 48
Followed by Video Nation Election Shorts
This week chef Ken Horn prepares stir-fried curry beef and spicy chips for some York firemen. Back in his own Californian kitchen, Ken entertains novelist Amy Tan and creates spicy mint chicken. And he visits the London home of husband-and-wife actors Timothy West and Prunella Scales to cook them a mushroom and beancurd dish.
Series producer Kate Kinninmont
Michele Newman checks out the latest in atradition of cars bent on stealing tiny parking spaces - the Seat Arosa and weighs up how it competes with the likes of the Fiat Cinquecento. Steve Berry rides with the veterans from Epsom to Brighton on the 60th annual
Pioneer Run for motorbikes built before 1915.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer
Jon Bentley BBC MAGAZINE: TopGearisavailablefrom retailers
The first of three programmes celebrating the famous Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, venue of the World Professional Snooker championship since 1977.
In tonight's programme,
David Vine focuses on 1977-82, the era of John Spencer , Ray Reardon and Terry Griffiths , as well as Alex Higgins , whose emotional victory in 1982 followed an epic semi-final againstJimmy White.
Director/Producer Lance Hardy
Silent Children, New Language
Tonight's programme looks at a sign language invented by children who could not hear, talk or lip-read.
Thrown together by the revolution in Nicaragua, these youngsters solved a puzzle that has confused linguists foryears.
See today's choices.
Producer Judith Bunting ; Series editor
Professionals share the tricks of theirtrade.........................
An analysis of the day's news with Peter Snow.
Crime-writer Michael Dibdin ,
Germaine Greer and Tony Parsons join host Mark Lawson to discuss the week's cultural stories, including Channel 5's output and the film FeverPitch adapted from the novel by Nick Homby and starring Colin Firth and Neil Pearson.
Series producer Mary Sackville West
Editor Michael Poole
A double bill of British animations.
The Ticker Talks. Stephen Harding -Hill's model animation about a man who talks to his own heart.
MeetJonnyReal. Chris Gavin 's tale of an 8mm auteurwho discovers thejoys of being cool.
12.30am Passionate about L8
Repeat 31433 1.00 The Third
1.30Whipped into Action Repeat
2.00 Speaking Our Language 1 and 2; Hindi Urdu Bol Chaal 1 and 2; French Experience II; Bon Mot LANGUAGES
4.00Teaching Languages BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business
Programme Repeat; 20 Steps to Better Management -the Drama
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6.00 Managing Public Services -
All Change? Repeat 2551365 6.25 The Dynamics of Teams Repeat 2563100 6.50-7.15am Bulls,
Bears and China Shops Repeat
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