7.30More animated tales of life in the Moomin Valley.
Phillips hosts a battle of the generations involvinggames galore and a plunge into the gunge for one unlucky adult.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled .....
Animated stories. Harry and his friend the thundercloud enjoy adventures with a patchwork quilt and a weatherhouse. Repeat
Parliamentary updates. Stereo ..
Sue Barker introduces highlights of yesterday's play.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm
10.00 Music with Debbie
The Teletubbies watch some children joining in musical activities with a woman called Debbie. Laa-Laa writes a song which makes the otherTeletubbies run away.
Secondof afour-part series tracing the progress of the seasons of the year, set against the backdrop of the Royal
Horticultural Society's famous garden at Wisley in Surrey. Today, summer, when
Wisley's trial fields are ablaze with sweet peas and delphiniums, and the rose garden and broadwal k are at thei r best.
The current series ends with a look at the issues behind the news headlines. With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday 10.15am on BBC1
11.50 Tales of toys that come to life.
Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker introduce live coverage of the ladies' singles quarter-finals, plus other key action from the All England Club.
Commentary by John Barrett ,
John Alexander , Chris Bailey , Pat Cash , Mark Cox , Barry Davies , Jo Durie , Ann Jones , David Mercer , Pam Shriver , Bill Threlfall , Julian Tutt and Virginia Wade.
Including at 3.00 and 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
Videoplus code for 12.00-4.00...
John Tusa presents highlights from Hong Kong of the former British Colony's first day under Chinese sovereignty. Underthe critical spotlight of the world's media and the host of international visitors, the new
Special Administrative Region of China swears in the new legislature, welcomes the Chinese leaders, holds street parades and entertainment, and boasts the largest fireworks display ever mounted.
Executive producer Neil Eccles ; Editor
Continuingthe season of 26 programmes which intimately captures the lives of people from all four corners of the nation.
Armed with camcorders, various film-makers explore the passions and prejudices of people all overthe UK. If One of Us Goes
Octogenarians Dorothy and Charles live in Southend, Essex, and have been married for only six years. He wanted herfor love; shewantedhimfor companionship. As growing ill-health makes independent living more difficult, they are faced with the choice of either finding an old people's home that will take them together or try to continue living in their own home. Before they make uptheir minds, they decide it is time to take their annual holiday in their favourite hotel-just ten minutes from their home.
With the onset of winter, however, sickness leaves them weak and depressed. Can they make the compromises that will keep them together? (Under
Curfew is tonight at 11.45pm.)
Sue Barker introduces highlights of the ladies' singles quarter-finals.
Repeated tomorrow at 9.00am
Followed by UK Image
Another humorous film.
Presented by Huw Edwards.
Second in a four-part spoof "rockumentary" written by and starring Graham Fellows. Agent to the stars Ken Worthington has decided that Sheffield-born former security guard and now "versatile singer/songwriter" John Shuttleworth needs a complete image overhaul. Meanwhile, the pressures of touring are taking their toll on the team and a classic rock 'n' roll bust-up occurs in Manchester. Will the open-air concert Ken has promised materialise or is Shuttleworth doomed to spend his days on the wrong bus?
Under Curfew. This film goes inside the Nationalist enclave of the Lower Ormeau Road in Belfast over four tense days and nights last July, when the Orange Order's plans to march through sensitive areas of the city created tension in the Province. Patricia is determined to stop the march, but there is little she can do otherthan make sandwiches for visitors to hertinyterraced house and try and keep the calm in her Catholic community.
Followed by Weatherview
Political chat show. Stereo.
12.30am GoingthroughaPhase Rpt Subtitled 73821 1.00
Docklands Light Railway
76111 1.30 NewHipsforOld
2.00 Discovering Art Collections 2 The Great Picture Chase
4.00 Teaching and Learningwith
IT Rpt 22821 4.30 Film Education The Fall and Rise of Cinema - the Exhibitor's Story Rpt 64376 5.00 Inside Europe: helping schools make the most of Europe
5.30 Film Education Multiplexes-a Case Study OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Body in White
6.25 Building a Spreadsheet 7472531 6.50-7.15am Statistical
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