With signing. stereo ..................
Teletubbies see some childrenjumping.
Shown yesterday at 10.45am Stereo ...
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Art series with tips and advice.
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Dilys falls from the ladder. Repeat ............................
Animals - Rockpool
Dipsy decides to go for a walk. Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Parliamentary updates. stereo ..
MyOldFlame. Walter goes in search of client's missing lover.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled 99
Business news. Stereo ..................
Cooking rhubarb. Repeat Stereo.
Carolyn Spray plants easy-care shrubs.
Vietnamese Flavours. Chef Jacques Pepin Prepares Vietnamese dishes...
James Leith samples the food and drink of Bordeaux.................................
Live coverage from Parliament.
Regional News and Weather
Crime drama, continuing the Robert Mitchum season offilms.
Three Americans arrive in Macao - detective hunting a racketeer, a fugitive and a sultry nightclub singer- and become embroiled in murderous intrigue.
Director Josef von Stemberg (1952, PG)
Blackandwhite The Robert Mitchum season continues with The Hightofthe Hunter on Friday at 11.55pm
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Antiques game show. With guest, fitness expert Diana Moran.
Appeal on behalf of St Loyes, which gives JOb-trainingto people with disabilities. rordonation details see Sunday5.35pmBBCl
Manhunt. Counsellor Troi 's mother makes romantic overtures to Captain Picard.
Repeat Stereo Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.25pm
A double bill of animated anarchy. School Mates. Ren has a visit from his old fraternity friend.
DinnerParty. Ren and Stimpy hold a dinner party for VIPs.
Oliver James interviews comedian Julian Clary .
See today's choices.
Director SubnivBabuta; Producer
Oliver James Stereo
From High Heels to Sensible Shoes. In the late fifties
Jacqueline Mackenzie was one of the BBC's most popular television presenters - married, glamorous and successful.
Then, in 1958, she embarked on herfirst lesbian affair.
Director Stephen Leslie
Executive producer Debbie Christie
KirstyWark visits a National Trust-owned former Victorian workhouse. Gavin Stamp considers the life of architect
George Gilbert Scott Jr , forgotten while the world remembers his father (who built London's Albert Memorial ), and his son (designer of Liverpool's Anglican cathedral and the red telephone box). Actress Miriam Margolyes returns to Broadstairs on the Kent coast, which she frequently visited as a child.
Editor Basil Comely Stereo........... WEB SITE: www.bbc.cok.uk/One Foot
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Gilbert Scott Jr
The Lost Whales
Tonight's film follows a school of Southern
Right whales, a species on the brinkof extinction but which was rediscovered in 1992. Narrated byZoe
Wanamaker. See today's choices. Series producer Paul Appleby
Lee Strasberg : Method Man
In the world of film and theatre, few reputations are more bitterly contested than that of Lee Strasberg
, creator of method acting. To his champions, he created a new, vibrant acting style that shaped the careers of Paul Newman , James Dean , Marion Brando and Al Pacino , among others. To his critics, he manipulated emotionally vulnerable stars like Marilyn Monroe. Al Pacino , Harvey Keitel , Sally Reid ,
Martin Landau , Ben Gazzara and Eli Wallach are amongthe actors who contribute to the story of one of Hollywood's most influential men.
Director Clare Beavan ; Series editor
Classic comedy from starring Harry H Corbett Wilfrid Brambell
The Steptoes receive an unexpected windfall and their impecunious life is suddenly filled with exciting possibilities. With June Whitfield.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Duncan Wood
Followed by Talking
Tate Michael Palin enthuses about
Paul Nash 's painting Totes Meer. Stereo
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass
host the lesbian and gay entertainment show. Guests include jazz musician and raconteur George Melly and Tom Watkins , the manager of a number of Britain's boy bands. Executive producer Neil Crombie Series editor Frances Dickenson
The late-night political chat show, with Andrew Neil ,
12.30am The Big Picture Rpt 84521 1.00 Hubbard Brook : the Chemistry of a Forest Rpt 65057 1.30 Norfolk Broads:
Conservation v Commercialism
2.00 Fun with Kids Collections 3
4.00 English Heritage Visitor Management Rpt 40811 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom Short
Stories Rpt 79250 5.00 Basic Skills What's the Problem? 55182 5.30 Voluntary Matters Involving People
6.00 Listening in the Dark
7708908 6.25 Flying in Birds -an Experimental Approach
7787415 6.50-7.15am Natural
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