With Signing. Stereo ....
Krang creates a device that alters gravity.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Repeatedat2pm Repeat Stereo......
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Study Ireland (ages 14-16) 79981
9.30 Believe It or Not (ages 11-14) A Christian Community: Taize Stereo 2753829
9.45 Watch(ages 5-7) Places of Worship? Islam
Jumping. Today, look at children jumping.
10.30 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Carton Drink Stereo 2887691
10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Living
11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Living Stereo 4071252
11.15 Go For It (ages 9+) Seaside Stereo 7554287
11.30 Sports Bank (ages 11-16)
With signing and subtitles. Stereo ...
Business news. Stereo ....
1.00 Teaching Today: Child Development Stereo 33252
1.30 Testament: the Bible in Animation (ages 7-13) Ruth
Written by Martin Lamb and Penelope Middelboe
Shown at 8.20 am
The real-life look at the Hampshire village of Bentley concludes with an investigation into the haunting of the Chequers pub, while the long-awaited village cookbook comes off the printing press.
First shown on ITV
Jane Packer looks at dried flower displays in different environments. Stereo.
The last in the series of the make-up show looks at the secrets of cleansing, toning and non-surgical face-lifts.
Regional News and Weather
Audiences from around the country quiz politicians about election issues. Plus the day's party press conferences. With Nick Ross and Diana Madill.
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Regional News and Weather
Further quarter final coverage from the Crucible, Sheffield.
From Ascot, featuring races at 5.30, 6.00 and 6.30. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Richard Pitman and Peter Scudamore.
Introduced by Julian Wilson.
Producer Wendy Sheppard Stereo.........
Anita is dreading her court appearance after being charged with stealing cigarettes, but Drazic, on the same charge, could be facing a prison sentence.
Mai offers to cook Ryan a meal but has to own up that it was a take-away when he gets food poisoning. Kat, who was determined to be on the inter-school quiz team when she discovered the final is televised, has her nose put out of joint when she is overlooked, but Ryan's illness puts him out of the quiz and Kat then has to be pleaded with to take his place.
Rival quiz team captain:
The £210,000 first prize draws closer as World Championship quarter-final action continues from Sheffield's Crucible.
Providing the form-book hasn't been turned upside-down in the earlier qualifying rounds, this evening's programme could feature further action from one of the top matches of the tournament, defendingchampion
Stephen Hendry against Ronnie O'Sullivan , a semi-finalist last year.
On table two, the scheduled match should be either Peter Ebdon
or Alain Robidoux against Dave Harold or Alan McManus.
Introduced by David Vine.
This week, resident cook Michael Barry prepares savoury gooseberry preserve, while Jilly Goolden and Oz Clarke taste and recommend 1996 vintages, beginning with wines from the southern hemisphere.
Also, chef Nick Nairn and party planner Janie Lloyd-Owen turn theirtalents to organising a viewer's 100th birthday party. With Chris Kelly.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producer
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BBC MAGAZINES: Good food and Vegetarian Good Food are available from newsagents
Continuing Steven Bochco 's legal drama, starring Anthony LaPaglia Attorneys Wyler and Grasso present their closing arguments in the Sharon Rooney trial as thejury reaches a verdict. But the case takes a twist when Wyler meets with an underworld figure, Carmine D'Nardis , who has been arrested for murder and offers to testify against more than a dozen Mafia hitmen in exchange for immunity. D'Nardis also claims he knows the real identity ofthe person who murdered the Governor of California and his lover.
Meanwhile, in the Rickey Latrell murdertrial, Aaron Mosely clashes with Chris Docknovich , maintaining that as a fellow
Afro-American he is best suited to argue bail forthe basketball hero. Whoever pleads the case, Latrell will need to find several million dollars to stay out of jail.
Detective Vince Biggio:
By the Conservative Party. With subtitles.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Crucible in Sheffield should see continued action between six-times champion
Stephen Hendry and previous semi-finalist Ronnie O'Sullivan.
12.30 am Caught in Time
Mathematical patterns for jugglers (Repeat)
1.00 Artware - Computers in the Arts
An interview with British abstract painter Harold Cohen
1.30 Evaluating Pre-School Education (Repeat)
2.00 Stop and Think; Showcase Religious Education
4.00 Teaching and Learning with IT - using IT in GNVQs and in the classroom (Repeat)
4.30 Film Education A Day in the Life of Golden Eye (Repeat)
5.00 Inside Europe - helping schools make the most of Europe (Repeat)
5.30 Film Education: Production - exploring the film production process (Repeat)
6.00 Living with Cracks-predicting strength (Repeat)
6.25 Empower men - how much power do we have in the workplace? (Repeat)
6.50-7.15am Inspection by Torchlight- examining priceless painting (Repeat)
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