With signing. Stereo ....
7.30 Strawberry Picking Some children pick strawberries.
Shown last Friday Stereo ....
Animation. Pat gets lost in the fog. (Repeat)
Animated adventures. Repeat ....
Action quiz game. Shown last Friday on BBCl
The cartoon superhero. (Repeat)
Art series with advice and tips. (Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Animated tales of a boy and a thundercloud. Repeat
Po looks after the Teletubbies' favorite things.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Comedy. The intrepid trio of Groucho, Chico and Harpo create havoc when they head forthe land of opportunity to make theirfortune.
Director Edward Buzzell (1940, U)
Black and white * See Films: pages 48-55
S Quentin Quale:
Live coverage from Trent Bridge of the final afternoon's play in the Fifth Test between England and Australia.
Brian Turner visits Rome where he samples spaghetti and chicken and listens to music by Puccini. Repeat.....
Continuing the series in which Glynn
Christian takes in the sights of Thailand while on a gastronomic tour of the country. Rice and Noodles. Today Christian is invited to a royal palace where spiced pork sauce with rice noodles is made, and visits an elephant park and a wood-carvi ng factory. BBC BOOK: Glynn Christian Tastes Royal Thailand, price £6.99, is available from all good bookshops
Word game hosted by Michael Aspel.
The Cat That Came In from the Cold
Documentary that explores how polecats living in the Welsh mountains survive the Winter. Repeat Stereo
Regional News and Weather
First shown inthe Inside Story strand, this film follows efforts made by Northumbria Police to crack down on car" ringing" - a Practice in which stolen cars are re-sold at bargain prices to unsuspecting buyers.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage, through to the close of Play, of the Fifth Test between England and Australia.
Kirk Douglas , Jeanne Crain
An itinerant cowboy and his protege are hired by a female ranchowner who is determined to make herself afortune.
Director King Vidor (1955)
♦See Films: pages 48―55 ****
A look at how mountaineers are adding a new dimension to their sport by timing their ascents and descents against the clock. Producer Tony Rayner
As the new millennium approaches, the world is full of people on the move between cities, countries and continents. In this film, first shown in the Open University strand, theatre director JatinderVerma travels to India in search of a place to call home.
Producer Patti Langton
This week Fi Glover and Simon Calder visit Bangkok where they find plenty to do in a city frequently used as a stopover by long-distance travellers. While
Glovergoes on a Thai cookery course, Calder savours the city's hectic lifestyle.
Juliet Morris takes the ferry to
Santanderon Spain's northern coastline and then visits the cooler inland north and Picos Mountains. And, in You Pay, We Say, the Klattfamilyforego their usual Lake District holiday and spend a week on a Swedish forest adventure island.
Series producer Andrea Michell
The interior design challenge programme.
This week, a kitchen in Chiswick, west London, is given a Mexican feel, and a bedroom is transformed into a place of tranquility. With
Carol Smillie. See today's choices. Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Producer Ann Hill
A six-part series that charts how do-it-yourself has transformed interior design in Britain's homes during the last 50 years.
The Pad. In the sixties, a whole generation let their imaginations run wild to break all the rules of interior design, liberating themselves from the formality of their parents' lifestyles. The accent was on fun, with revolutionary ideas such as paperchairs, inflatable furniture and waterbeds.
Towards the end of the decade, psychedelia and the hippie movement heralded the arrival of ethnic influences and a softer, textual look in homes.
DirectorCheryl Farthing: Series producer
♦ John Peel : page 9
An episode from the seventies comedy series starring Eric Sykes. Haunting. Eric is delighted to learn that his escapologist uncle has left him a "grand legacy".
Written by Eric Sykes ; Producer Roger Race Repeat
With Gavin Esler.
An eight-part series showcasing the best performers at this year's Edinburgh Festival, presented from the city's Palladium Theatre by comedian Mark Lamarr.
Tonight's programme - the first of five live magazine shows-reflects on the 1947 "New Look" launched bycouturierChristian Dior. The first of three comedy specials, Edinburgh Comedy, is on Friday at 11.15pm. Series producer Jane Rogerson
Series editor May Miller Stereo.. * Mark Lamarr 's Questionnaire: pl9
US series starring stand-up comedian Richard Jeni.
NYPD Nude. Richard dates a police officerwho once posed for Playboy magazine.
12.30am The Rinuccini Chapel,
Florence Subtitled 46725 1.00 The
Gentle Sex? Representations of Gender 49015 1.30 On Pictures and Paintings
2.00 Sporting Chance Collections 1 The Contenders
4.00 Espana Viva 3-5; Spanish Globo3 and BBCFOCUS
5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 72 Treating Wounds
6.00 The Jews and Islam 8241283 6.25 San Francesco, Rimini IITempioMalatestiano Rpt 3091580 6.50-7.15am The Other Virtuosos
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