7.30 Numbers Two. The children learn about the numbertwo.
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7.55 Postman Pat Animation. It's a windy dayinGreendale. Repeat
8.10 The Raccoons Animated adventures.
8.35 To Me ... to You Action quizgame. Shown last Friday on BBC1
9.05Spiderman The cartoon superhero.
9.35 Smart Art series with advice and tips. Repeat Stereo
10.00 Peter Pan and the Pirates Animated adventures. Repeat Stereo
10.25 The Brollys Animatedtalesofaboy and athundercloud. Repeat ....
10.45Teletubbies Swimming with Stephanie. The gang watch children go swimming. Repeat Stereo .............
American family comedy series.
Wild Things. The Henderson family is horrified when Harrytrapsthem in the house. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..
Light-hearted US detective drama.
In a Safe Place. Walter investigates a marital infidelity that leads to murder.
This Year's Model. A look at the lucrative career of a model in the fashion industry.
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How Chile became one of the New World's most importantwine producers.
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A nine-part series in which Glynn Christian takes in the sights and sounds of Thailand while on agastronomic tour of the country. In thisfirst programme about street foods and appetisers, chef Glynn Christian introduces Thai cooking ingredients and shows howto make fish cakes with basil leaves and satay sticks. BBC BOOK: Glynn Christian Tastes Royal Thailand. price L6.99, is available from all good bookshops
Atlantic Realm: Island Arks. The first of three dailyfilms about the Atlantic Ocean looks at the origins and development of its wildlife. Narrated by Martin Jarvis. The next programme istomorrow at 2.05pm
Regional News and Weather
Documentary on the often stressful and sometimes hazardous life of a London bus driver. First shown in Inside Story.
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Regional News and Weather
Antiques game show, with Anne Gregg.
Desmond Lynam introduces live action from the third day of the World Athletics championships in Athens. Including the semi-finals of the men's
3,000m steeplechase at 5.00 and the women's triple-jump final at 5.30, in which Britain's
Ashia Hansen has an outside chance of a medal. Plus the men's 400m semi-finals at
5.35, with Iwan Thomas leading the British challenge, the women's 400m final at 6.05, the men's 1500m semi-finals at
6.35 and the men's 400m hurdles final at 7.10. Britain's
Denise Lewis goes for gold in the heptathlon, with highlights from the long-jump and javelin disciplines plus live coverage of the deciding 800m at 7.30.
Reporter Jim White explores the possibility of the Lake District becoming a car-free area when he and his family visit Bownesson-Windermere and use the bus to see the sights. On a trip to Washington DC, Juliet Morris enjoys the attractions of the spectacular Air and Space Museum and Simon Calder takes a ride in a police car. And, in You Pay, We Say, travellers change their holiday habits. Series producer Andrea Michell
The interior design challenge programme.
Tonight, the owners of a stately home in Grantham,
Lincolnshire, introduce a musical theme to the sitting room occupied by their lodgers, who use vivid colourto create the illusion of sunshine and warmth in their landlords' master bedroom. With
Carol Smillie. See today's choices. Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt Producer Pauline Doidge
A six-part series that charts how do-it-yourself has transformed interior design in Britain's homes during the last 50 years. Just Switch On. Immediately after the war, images of the modern American home contrasted sharply with an austere Britain where families spent winter evenings huddled around the living-room fire for warmth. But an end to rationing prompted a revolution, as people finally found themselves able to afford electrical goods and as appliances became widely available. But manufacturers soon realised they faced a bleak future if goods were made too durable and they began to make products with a shorter lifespan incorporating special features. The late fifties saw huge technological advances. Mass manufacturing, competition and increased sales combined with advertising to give birth to the consumer society.
Director Cheryl Farthing
Series producer Nicola Gooch
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An episode from the seventies comedy series starring Eric Sykes. PeepingTom. Eric gets his head stuck in some garden railings. With Hattie Jacques , Richard Wattis and Deryck Guyler.
Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race Repeat Subtitled ....................
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Huw Edwards.
The series presenting dance from the UK and abroad.
Now aged 78, New York-based choreographer Merce Cunningham is still creating dances. This film follows Cunningham as he creates a new work - entitled
CRWDSPCR but pronounced crowdspacer - with the help of computer software. The series continues tomorrow at 11.15pm.
Followed by Weatherview
Manipulation. Daniel Greaves 's Oscar-winning black comedy about an animator's violent encounter with one of his characters. Followed by Shock. Zlatin Radev 's ironic take on Daniel Greaves 's theme in the preceding animation.
12.30 Swedish Science in the 18th Century Rpt 77501 1.00 San Francesco, Rimini II Tempio
Malatestiano Rpt 58037 1.30
Public Murals in New York
2.00 Fit for Summer Collections
BBC Diet and Fitness Show
4.00 A Vous La France 3-5; French on a Plate Burgundy
5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 72
6.00-6.25am Fontainebleau The
Changing Image of Kingship
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