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: See Hear Breakfast News

With Signing.

: Teletubbies

7.30 Painting Swings. The
Teletubbies love to play peek-a-boo. They watch some children painting pictures and when a book suddenly appears in Teletubbyland something magical happenswhenDipsyturns the pages.
Shown yesterday at 10am

: Postman Pat

Pat wakes up late when his alarm clock fails to go off. It's a very bad start to the day and then one thing after another goes wrong. (Repeat)

: The Raccoons

More animated adventures from the Evergreen Forest with Bert and Melissa Raccoon and their best friend Cedric Sneer.
Repeat

: Get Your Own Back

Dave Benson Phillips introduces games galore, madness and mayhem and a slimy form of justice, as one unlucky adult takes a plunge into the gunge in this weekly battle of the generations.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................

Contributors

Presenter: Dave Benson Phillips

: Spiderman

Another animated adventure with the New York crime-fighting superhero endowed with special abilities after being bitten by a radioactive Spider. Repeat Stereo

: Smart

The inspirational art series with new ideas for picture making, useful tips and advice. Featuring artworks animated by the power of the wind, how to create and print a range of designs on to T-shirts and how to make some crocodile-shaped bookends to look after your books. Presented by Jay Burridge, Josie d'Arby and Mark Speight.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Jay Burridge
Presenter: Josie d'Arby
Presenter: Mark Speight.

: Teletubbies: My Mum's a Doctor

The Teletubbies watch a little girl whose mother has a very special job. Po eats too much custard and gets an upset stomach.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
(Repeat)

: Cricket

Warwickshire v Sussex
Live coverage of the second of this season's Trophy semi-final cricket matches gets underway as Warwickshire Play Sussex at Edgbaston in a repeat of the 1993final, when Warwickshire won by five wickets. Today's winners should know who their opponents will be in the showpiece final, which is scheduled to take place at Lord's on 6 September.
Stereo.....

: Prue Leith's Tricks of theTrade

Prue Leith and Caroline Waldegrave give some expert tips on preparing and serving fish and shellfish.
Repeat
Stereo.

: Today's Gourmet

Jacques Pepin makes a summer Sunday lunch with scallops, roast leg of lamb and apricot and fig souffle. Repeat.....

Contributors

Unknown: Jacques Pepin

: Cricket

The live coverage of today's second semi-final continues through to the end of play.
Videopluscode for 1.25-7.30
1.25-4.30(notPDC) ....
4.30-7.30 (not PDC) Including at
3.00 and 3.55 News
Regional News and Weather

: The Day That Changed My Life: Down but Not Out

Mike Fanning lost his livelihood, his home and his family when the effects of the civil war in Yugoslavia wrecked his import/export business. He slipped from low-paid labour into long-term unemployment, poverty and homelessness. In the years that followed he slept rough on the streets of Edinburgh before slowly beginning to rebuild his life. See today's choices.

Contributors

Subject: Mike Fanning
Producer: Mike MacCormack
Executive Producer: Debbie Christie

: One Foot in the Past

Tonight lifelong dance-lover and popular actress Dora Bryan explores the sometimes-faded glamour of Britain's old ballrooms, from the disused
Co-op Ballroom in Oldham to the Ritz Ballroom in Manchester and the present-day glories of the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool.
Kirsty Wark investigates the problem of an unwanted monument, built in 1968 in Peterlee, County Durham. It was originally intended to symbolise hope for the town, but the half-building, half-sculpture has now fallen into disrepair. Many local people want it to be demolished, but English Heritage has decided to list it.
Lucinda Lambton gets a preview of the completed restoration work on the rich interior of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. This temple to the might of the British Empire, displaying Victorian decoration at its most opulent and including impressive sculptures and ceilings studded with gold stars, is to be opened to the public laterthis year. Series editor Basil Comely
WEB SITE: [web address removed]
FACTSHEET: send an sae to [address removed]

Contributors

Unknown: Dora Bryan
Unknown: Lucinda Lambton

: Wildlife Showcase: Wolves of the Air

Hawks and falcons are superb aerial predators, but the Harris hawks of the Arizona desert have an extra edge. They hunt in packs, just like wolves. This film shows their strategies in superb slow motion, as they fly in relays after cottontail rabbits or flush out wood rats from the sparse cover offered by the desert. Each team has a mating pair that maybe monogamous or promiscuous, but are supported by five or six juvenile birds that bring food for their chicks. These are all ways to improve the hawks' success in a very tough environment and to ensure that those chicks will fledge as lethal aerial hunters. Narrated by Anthony Valentine.

Contributors

Narrator: Anthony Valentine
Series Producer: Paul Appleby

: In Cold Blood

Concluding the two-part US crime drama based on a true story and adapted from the novel by Truman Capote .
Starring Anthony Edwards Eric Roberts , Sam Neill
The bodies of the Clutterfamily have been discovered and Detective Alvi Dewey can find no clues as to the identity ofthe killers. Dick Hickock and Perry Smith escape to Mexico, only returning to the USA when their money runs out. Deweyfinally makes a breakthrough when
Hickock's former cellmate tells him about the money in Herb Clutter 's home safe.
See today's choices. For cast see Tuesday
♦ The killing of Dr Greene: page 20
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Novel By: Truman Capote
Unknown: Anthony Edwards
Unknown: Eric Roberts
Unknown: Sam Neill
Unknown: Alvi Dewey
Unknown: Dick Hickock
Unknown: Perry Smith
Unknown: Herb Clutter

: Newsnight

Presented by Huw Edwards.

Contributors

Presented By: Huw Edwards.

: Cricket

Highlights of today's semi-final between Warwickshire and Sussex. Stereo ................
Followed byWeatherview

: Animated Two

Award-winning director Michaela Pavlatova introduces viewers to the private life of Prague in two short animated films, Words, Words, Words and Repete.

Contributors

Introduces: Michaela Pavlatova

: The Learning Zone OPEN UNIVERSITY

12.30am Synthesis of a Drug 15443 1.00 Molecular Engineers Rpt 29207 1.30 The Cretaceous Greenhouse - a Surfeit of Carbon
SUMMER NIGHTS
2.00 Sporting Chance Collections 3: with Anneka Rice
LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva 10-13: Spanish for beginners
OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.00 Watering the Desert
1367646 6.50-7.15am Energy at the Crossroads
LEARNING ZONE GUIDE: (0181)

Contributors

Unknown: Anneka Rice








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