With signing. Stereo ...................
Shown yesterday at 5. 10pm on BBC1
Parliamentary update. Stereo ....
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 DevelopingWorld (ages 14+) Out of Development? Stereo 6526115 9.25 Christianity in Today's World (ages 14+) Christianity in a Media World (Atlanta) Stereo 3041641 9.45 Watch Out (ages 7-11) CityLife
10.00 Walking in the Woods The Teletubbies watch some children who are going for a walk. Stereo ..............
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) MrGumpy's Outing Stereo 6625047 10.45 The
YourBike Stereo 4612134 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Forces Transport
Safety Stereo 7692467 11.15 Movingto English (ages 8+) Dot Miles and Creative Sign Stereo
11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain since 1930 - a Better Britain for All?
Stereo Subtitled 3090298 11.55 Showcase
SpecialNeeds 8947080 12.00 Opening up Technology (ages 14+)
Business news. Stereo...................
1.00 Lifeschool (ages 14+) Eis for
Ecstasy How harmful is this drug and whatareitslongtermeffects?
22202554 1.25 Science in Action (ages 11-13) Forces and Pressure
70468467 1.45 Numbertime(ages4-5) More or Less - One Less
Shown at 8.20am ..........................
First of a six-part documentary series about an Australian vet. Repeat
A five-part series about a country watermill from its origins 1,000 years ago. The Watermill's Marsh. How the mill is protected upstream by its marsh......
The day's business in Parliament, with Nick Ross.
Regional News and Weather
General knowledge quiz. Stereo.
Esther Rantzen and her audience discuss the battle of the sexes. Her guests include football agent Eric Hall and comedian Gina Ryan.
Indiscretion. Kira joins
Gul Dukat in a mission to find the remains of a lost starship.
StarTrek is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Captain Benjamin Sisko:
Major Kira Nerys:
Dr Julian Bashir:
Lt Cdr Worf:
Mirror Image. Sam finds himself in a mining town in 1953. In a mirror, he sees what appears to be an older version of himself.
The current affairs series with a British-Asian perspective. In tonight's programme, victims of racist bullying in Britain's schools speak out. Although few statistics exist on a national level, those that are available indicate Asian pupils to be at greater risk than other minorities. Reporter Lisa Aziz asks what measures can be taken to eradicate this growing problem. Producer Robert Lemkin ; Series editor
The leisure programme forthe South East. This week
John Fletchertakes a Women's
Institute group for a day out in Surrey, culminating in atripto the races at Sandown Park.
Helen Young , from the BBC weather team, goes for a walk in Kent. And a windsurfer swaps his hobby with a ballroom dancer. Producer Gary Wicks ; Series editor
Alison Rooper REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
In the last programme ofthe series, Steve Berry assesses the market potential of three new models from Daewoo.
Jon Bentley looks at the best entries in the competition to design a Rolls-Royce forthe next century. And Jeremy Clarkson tries out the cars that have fallen through his road-testing net. Top Gear returns in the autumn.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer
Jon Bentley BBC MAGAZINE: Top Gear is available now at retailers
Continuing a first series repeat run of the comedy starring and written by Jennifer Saunders and co-starring Joanna Lumley Edina is worried by her weight-and a visitor from her past. Edina Monsoon
Patsy JOANNA LUMLEY , Saffron JULIA SAWALHA , Bubble JANE HORROCKS , Mother
Director Bob Spiers ; Producer Jon Plowman Repeat
Drama series about a group of young lawyers.
Men Behaving Sadly. Ferdyhas an explosive encounterwith Mia.
Written by Ian Iqbal Rashid
Producer Jane Fallon ; Director Joy Perino
Repeated tomorrow at 12 midnight
This week, Margaret Smith and her dreams of becoming a singer. Director Ian Denyer ; Series producer Nikki Cheetham
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
Tony Parsons , Tom Paulin and Allison Pearson join host Mark Lawson to discuss the week's cultural highlights, including the book The House of Sleep by Jonathan Coe and Tom Stoppard 's new version of Chekhov's The Seagull.
Series producer Mary Sackville West
Editor Michael Poole
Followed by Weathetview
Late-night political chat show. Presented by Trevor Phillips. Editor Alexandra Henderson
12.30am A New Sun Is Born Part
1: the Coup 51887 1.00
2.00 Understanding Organisations
4.00 Speaking our Language 9 and 10; French on a Plate
BUSINESS AND WORK
5.00 The Small Business
Programme Repeat 20 Steps to Better Management - the Drama
6.00 Alaska-the Last Frontier?
Repeat Subtitled 8307719 6.2S The Origins of State Social Work Repeat 8213326 6.50-7.15am Health Visiting and the Family
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