Bubbles. The gang watch some children make bubbles.
Shown last Friday (Stereo)
Animation. The farm has frozen over. (Repeat)
Action quiz game.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
The cartoon superhero.
Art series with advice and tips.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
Animated adventures. Repeat
Animated tales of a boy and a thundercloud. Repeat
Gospel Singing. The gang spot a girl whose mother sings well. Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
Repeat Stereo .................................
A ten-part daily series in which Irish artist Dermot Cavanagh teaches
Suzanne Dando howto paint with watercolours.
Today's programme is on painting skies and foregrounds. Stereo ..............
Comedy thriller starring
Loretta Young , Brian Aherne
Acrime writer and his wife find a corpse in the garden of their New York home. Director Richard Wallace (1942. PG)
Black and white......................................... * See Films: pages 44-53
Glynn Christian's gastronomictourof Thailand reaches its conclusion.
A Royal Banquet. Christian visits a palace where a sumptuous royal banquet is prepared. Stereo ................... BBC BOOK: Glynn Christian Tastes Royal Thailand, price £6. 99. is available from all good bookshops
♦ Food: page 30
The first of three daily films about the Okavango delta - an oasis for wildlife in Africa's Kalahari desert.
Part 2 is tomorrow at 2.05 pm
Regional News and Weather
An Inside Story film that looks at the work of a London council's 24-hour "Noise
Patrol". Repeat Stereo Subtitled.....
Regional News and Weather
Errol Flynn , Olivia de Havilland
An English doctor becomes the most infamous pirate in the Caribbean.
Director Michael Curtiz (1935, PG)
Blackandwhite ♦ See Films: pages 44-53
Ways to stew meat. Repeat
Western. Dispatched to the Wild West from his training at West Point, a US cavalryman finds he has far more to contend with than the threat of Indian attacks.
Showing in widescreen format.
Director Raoul Walsh (1964)
♦ See Films: pages 44-53
Second Lt Hazard:
Coverage of the British Rally championship continues with action from the Ulster
International, staged on fast asphalt surfaces around Belfast. Alister McRae leads the championship in his VW Golf but he's likely to face stiff competition in this round from Robbie Head and Martin Rowe whose Renault Meganes perform well on these road surfaces. There is also a profile of three-times 500cc grand prix motorcycle champion Michael Doohan, who yesterday was attempting to clinch his fourth successive world title at the British Grand Prix.
Presented by Steve Rider.
Football fanatic Jim White visits France where he offers advice on the best places for supporters to stay during next year's World Cup finals. He also suggests destinations for those intending to enjoy a summer holiday and still be in reach of the matches.
Fi Glover and Simon Calder take package trips to Zimbabwe - a country becoming increasingly popular with those seeking adventure and wildlife holidays. Glover meets action-sports enthusiasts and spots a herd of elephants on a visit to Victoria Falls, while Calder samples village life and heads into the bush. And another intrepid traveller allows the experts to change their holiday habits in You Pay, We Say.
The interior design challenge programme.
This week, citrus colours bring calm to a cluttered
Weston-super-Mare room and an original Victorian tiled floor is discovered. Presented by Carol Smillie. See today's choices. Director Nick Vaughan-Barratt : Producer
A six-part series that charts how do-it-yourself has transformed interior design in Britain's homes.
The Outside Room. Reflecting on the history of the garden from the wartime "Digfor Victory" campaign to the trend for eating outdoors on patios. See today's choices.
Director Paul Wilmshurst : Series producer Nicola Gooch
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
Repeat Subtitled..................... Postponed from 30 July
Presented by Huw Edwards.
The series showcasingthe best entertainment on offer at this year's Edinburgh Festival.
Tonight, celebrity chef Clarissa Dickson Wright , from BBC2's Two Fat Ladies, reviews an art collection bequeathed to the Scottish National Galleryof Modern Art by marmalade magnate Gabrielle Keiller. Presented by Mark Lamarr. The next programme is on Wednesday at 11.15pm. Series producer Jane Rogerson
Seneseditor May Miller Stereo...
Sweet Denial. Richard attendsa party for unwanted lovers, while Tommy shows Lou howto attract women.
12.30 The Island
1.00 Following a Score
1.30 Greenberg on Jackson Pollock
2.00 Music Maestro Collections
1: Marsalis on music
4.00 Mexico Vivo 3-5
5.30 RCN Nursing Update: Unit 72 Treating wounds
6.00 Toulouse: Money and Power in Provincial France
6.25 Jean-Jacques Rousseau Retreat to Romanticism
Holidays by the Sea
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