Arthur Robot Story. Po wakes up afterthe otherTeletubbies and does everything on her own.
Shownyesterdayatl0.45am Stereo ..
The little car helps find a lost
kitten. Repeat .............................
Animated tales from
the Evergreen Forest. Repeat .....
Dave Benson Phillips hosts a battle of the generations involving games galore and a plunge into the gunge for one unlucky adult. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ................
Comedy-drama about a
younggirl with a vivid imagination.
little people have fun with coloured glasses. Repeat
Classroom distractions prove too much for one little boy. Repeat
Hey Diddle Diddle
Laa-Laa makes up a special dance. Repeated tomorrow at 7.30am
An introduction to painting with watercolours. Today DermotCavanagh teaches Suzanne Dando howto paint buildings in the landscape. Stereol
A look at the Royal Horticultural Society's garden at Wisley, Surrey. it is winter, a time of fragile beauty with the many trees and shrubs specially grown for seasonal colour illuminating the landscape.
Postponed from 3 July (Repeat) (Stereo)
Further live coverage from the Oval.
Chef Jacques Pepin prepares spinach, ham and parmesan souffle, and grilled salmon fillets. Repeat
The strategic word game, hosted by Michael Aspel.
Islands in the African Sky. Each ice-capped mountain in equatorial East Africa has its own community of animals and plants, marooned in a sea of cloud.
John Hurt narrates this story of survival in extreme conditions.
Regional News and Weather
Bogus Callers. The documentary series about how we live today looks at the men who pose as plumbers, builders, social workers and policemen to trick their way into the homes of the elderly and the vulnerable to con them out of money.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of today's final session from the Oval.
Return to Grace. Gul Dukat sees a chance for rehabilitation when he learns that a Cardassian outpost has been destroyed by Klingons. Stereo Subtitled.
Quentin Willson tells the story of the Land Rover-oneofthe
British car industry's most enduring successes.
Director David Wheeler ; Producer John Wilcox Repeat Stereo
The first of eight programmes, based on the acclaimed Radio 4 series, looking at how history has shaped current news stories.
Michael Portillo reports on bitter Tory in-fighting in the 19th century, and explores how
Disraeli managed to reunite his party. Also tonight, in a report to mark the 50th anniversary of Indian independence,
Mark Urban asks why Kashmir chose tojoin India ratherthan
Pakistan, and with August Bank Holiday approaching, the programme looks at seaside excursions earlier this century. Executive producer Mark Wakefield ; Editors Archie Baron and Neil Cameron
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Nick Nairn travels to the banks of the Tweed, where he discovers that eels taste a lot better than they look. He also goes on a duck shoot with a local ghillie who shows him howto make a traditional duck casserole with fennel and parsnip.
Director Graham Strong ; Producer
Ed Booth First shown in BBC Scotland
Documentary about the gerbil-like marmots of the French Alps. Living at high altitudes, these rodents are hunted byfoxes and golden eagles, but maintain an idiosyncratic and communal system of self-protection. Narrated by David Suchet. See today's choices. Postponed from 30 July
Series producer Paul Appleby
Dick the Vote. Dick decides that it would be good for the aliens to become involved in politics.
Dr Mary Albright:
In 1926 the pilots of the first commercial flights over Peru reported strange sightings in the Nazca desert. Stretched out below them were giant geometric designs too vast to be appreciated from the ground. In the years since, varied explanations have been offered, from burial rituals of a lost civilisation to extraterrestrial visitation. The programme follows archeologist Dr Tony Spawforth as he mounts an expedition to the area, and reveals new and fascinating interpretations aboutthe lines' meaning. See today's choices. Director/Producer Chris Mann
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Artist Damien Hirst enjoys the juxtaposition of life and death at the Worsley Medical Building in Leeds where, as a student, he used to do anatomical drawings. Director Paul Tickell
Repeat Stereo .....................
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Highlights of the first day's play between England and Australia from the Oval. Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Followed by Holiday Weather
Lou's the Boss. When Richard hires his girlfriend to work on the cookery show his producer Lou resigns. Stereo ...............
12.30am "We the Peoples" - Democracy and the UN
1.30 Me -a Student?
2.00 Music Maestro Essentials
4.00 The French Experience 1 17-20
Business and Work
5.00 The Small Business Programme; Twenty Steps to Better Management - the Drama
6.00 Changing Berlin - Changing Europe
6.25 Berlin - Unemployment and the Family
6.50-7.15am The Eurovision Song Contest - Counting the Cost