Early action on the fourth day, with Sally Gunnell beginning the defence of her title in the women's 400m hurdles and Colin Jackson and Tony Jarrett in the heats of the men's 110m hurdles.
Animated adventures from the Evergreen Forest. Repeat 1801
With Dave Benson Phillips.
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Animated adventures. Repeat Stereo
Animated stories ofa woodland creature. Repeat Stereo.
A small boy encounters a loveable spider. Repeat Stereo ..
Yellow Cow. The gang hear a story all about a yellow cow.
Fatherhood. A baby is left on the family's doorstep. Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Memory Man. Walter investigates murder in the competitive world of computers.
A Racing Story.
A portrait of Dick Doddington and his son Wayne, who share a passion for stock-car racing.
With signing and subtitles.
Shown Sunday 10.15am on BBCl Stereo .
Brian Turner visits Amsterdam and listens to traditional music while cooking stewed mackerel, pork chops and red cabbage.
A gastronomic tour of Thailand. Today soups, including royal torn yum, chicken galangal and cucumber and egg soup.
Atlantic Realm: Ocean of Light. Second of three films about the Atlantic Ocean.
Today the fish and plant life in the ocean currents, such as marlin and tuna, drifting jellyfish and sargassum weed.
The final programme is tomorrow at 2.05pm
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Regional News and Weather 2
Glynn Christian takes a close look at the traditions of afternoon tea. Today he visits London's Tea and Coffee Museum to find out how the teapot got its shape.
Tim Darby. The Lincolnshire flying instructor who is steadfastly pursuing his ambition to become afully-fledged airline pilot. Repeat
Coverage of the fourth day of action in Athens, which could see Britain's world and Olympic javelin silver medallist Steve Backley finally clinch the gold medal which has so far eluded him on the world stage.
Iwan Thomas will hopefully lead the British charge for medals in the men's 400m, while Kelly Holmes should be a gold contender in the women's 1500m final.
Including at 4.00 the men's 800m second round, 4.40 men's javelin final and 110m hurdles second round, 5.00 men's long-jump final, 5.40 women's 1500m final, 5.55 women's 10,000m final, 6.40 men's 400m final and at 7.05 the decathlon 400m. Followed by highlights of today's action.
Word panel game, refereed by Bob Holness , in which two teams of celebrities try to uncoverthe true meanings of obscure words.
The team captains are Alan Coren and Sandi Toksvig and the guests are photographer Patrick Lichfield and actors John Nettles, Gerald Harper and Susan Tully. Producer Helena Taylor
Executive producer Richard L Lewis
Fifth in a six-part series in which chef
Ainsley Harriott goes global in search of the world's best barbecue ideas.
Jamaica. Tonight the roving chef adds a hot Carribbean flavourto the series and samples one of the island's favourite dishes, hot and spicy jerk pork. He demonstrates his own easy version with chicken before visiting a beachside barbecue to serve up another Jamaican speciality, peppered shrimp, plus chillies stuffed with goat's cheese and baked pumpkin with vegetable and coconut curry. See today's choices. Director Ben Warwick
Producer Roulla Xenides
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First ofatwo-part drama, set in the fifties, about two children who become the victims of Britain's child-migration policy. In a Liverpool orphanage,
Lily O'Mara befriends a boy named Bert. Part 2 is tomorrow at 9pm. See today's choices.
Episode written by John Alsop Director Michael Jenkins
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
With Huw Edwards.
Continuingthe series of dance from around the world.
Nympheas. Another chance to see Robert Cohan 's work, inspired by Monet's paintings of waterlilies and setto the piano music of Debussy, performed by the now-disbanded London
Contemporary Dance Theatre.
Director Bob Lockyer
Followed by Weatherview
Double bill of dance animation set to music by Monteverdi and Ravel. Chiome d'oro. The beautiful hand-painted animation techniques of Klaartje Schrijvers. Followed by Bolero. Computer-generated images of graceful dancers by Mario Cavalli. Repeat
First in a new 13-part US series starring stand-up comedian Richard Jeni as the host of a cable television cookery show. Tonight, Richard begins a romance with a masseuse.
12.30 BuildingbyNumbers Stereo Subtitled 77877 1.00
Regressing to Quality Rpt 74341 1.30 Errors Aren't Forever
2.00 Fit for Summer Collections
It Doesn't Have To Hurt
4.00 A Vous La France 6-9; French on a Plate Brittany; Bon Mot OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Patterns in the Dust/
Batteries Included Rpt 1627070 6.50-7.15am Noise