Teletubbies: Emily and the Trap
Emily rides in a trap pulled by a pony.
Shown yesterday at 10am (Stereo)
7.55 Postman Pat
Animation. The sheep escape from their field. (Repeat)
8.10 The Raccoons
Cartoon adventures. (Repeat)
8.35 The Lowdown
Documentary series for children. Today's film follows a group of 13-year-olds from Bristol as they camp for a week on the Isle of Wight. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Cartoon capers. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Art series with tips and advice. (Repeat) (Stereo)
Animated stories. (Repeat)
10.30 Fireman Sam
Beach. Dipsy's hat is blown away by a sudden gust of wind.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am (Stereo)
BELOW IS NOT PART OF CHILDREN'S BBC!
11.15 The Record
Parliamentary updates. (Stereo)
If You Only Knew. The detectives are faced with a puzzle about Walter's musical relatives. Repeat Stereo
The occasional series on food takes a look at vinegar. Repeat Stereo ..
Lesley Watson starts work on a new
Potager garden and Jim McColl offers lawn-care advice. Stereo ..........
Brian Turnervisits Madrid, where cucumber soup and Portuguese-style cod are on the menu and gypsyflamenco is themusicofchoice. Repeat
Coverage from the second day of the annual equestrian event, featuring races at 2.15 and 2.45. Introduced by Julian Wilson and Clare Balding. Commentary by PeterO'Sullevan. Coverage continues on BBC1.
Including at 2.30 News Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of events unfolding in the corridors of power. Stereo
Regional News and Weather
Comedy, continuing the season of films starring Elizabeth Taylor
Also starring Spencer Tracy , Joan Bennett
The calm, ordered life of Stanley Banks is shattered when his beloved daughter announces her engagement.
DirectorVincente Minnelli (1950. U)
Black and white The Elizabeth Taylor season continues with The VIPs tomorrow at 4.05pm ♦See Films: pages 48-53
The Emissary. Lt Worf's s former lover is sentto arbitrate in a dispute between the Federation and some rogue Klingons.
Repeat Stereo Star Trek: Deep Space Nine tomorrow 6pm
A double bill of animated anarchy. SammyandMe. Stimpycomes face to face with his idol.
LastTemptation. Renhasan out-of-body experience.
Psychologist Oliver James interviews David Icke , whose varied career has included stints as a professional footballer, a BBC sports presenter and a spokesman forthe Ecology
Party. Icke talks frankly about his childhood shyness and the controversy caused by his claims to be a spiritual leader.
The series concludes tomorrow at7.05pm.
Director Subniv Babuta ; Producer
Oliver James Stereo. ...............
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Anita's Decision. In May 1995, when she was 14 weeks pregnant, Anita Mead was diagnosed as having cervical cancer. Faced with a monumental decisionwhetherto save her own life by having an abortion or to have the baby and risk dying- she chose to continue with the pregnancy. See today's choices.
Director Colm Martin ; Executive producer
A special edition of One Foot in the Past to mark 50 years of Indian independence from Britain.
Kirsty Wark, Dan Cruickshank and actor Roshan Seth travel from Calcutta through the desert to the Himalayas to inspect some spectacular buildings bequeathed to modern-day India by the architects of the Raj. See today's choices.
Producer Julian Birkett ; Editor Basil Comely
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The Marmots ofLe Grand Rocher
Documentary about the gerbil-like marmots of the French Alps. Living at high altitudes, these rodents are hunted by foxes and golden eagles, but maintain an idiosyncratic and communal system of self-protection, with the burrow offering shelter from both inclement weather and marauding predators. Narrated by David Suchet.
Series producer Paul Appleby
Dr Martin Luther King has been immortalised as one of the great champions of civil rights and non-violent protest. But in the 29 years since his assassination, a more complex picture of his personality has emerged.
Drawing on interviews with the people he knew, this film reveals that King was never comfortable with the praises he received and was often tormented by self-doubt.
Last in the present series.
Classic comedy from starring Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell.
Upstairs, Downstairs, Upstairs, Downstairs. Albert's back pains make life miserable for Harold.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Douglas Argent
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Gavin Esler.
Rhona Cameron and Richard
Fairbrass host the lesbian and gay entertainment show, which this week features a Parisian encounterwith author Edmund
White and the multi-millionaire
Prince de Lignac.
Executive producer Neil Crombie Series editor Frances Dickenson
With Andrew Neil , Stereo ...
12.30am More Than Meets the Eye Rpt Subtitled 65580 1.00 A Future with Aids Rpt 62054 1.30 Daisyworld Stereo
2.00 Remembering Collections 3 Out of the Dolls House
4.00 English Heritage Visitor Management Rpt 21870 4.30 Unicef in the Classroom Short
Stories Rpt 50219 5.00 Basic
Skills Making the Curriculum Work Rpt 29851 5.30 Voluntary Matters Involving People Rpt
6.00 Plugging into the Sun 7537412 6.25 Acid Rain 7523219 6.50-7.15am The
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