With Signing. Stereo ...................
Teletubbies Hey Diddle Diddle Laa-Laa makes up a special dance.
Shown yesterday at 10.45am Stereo ...
Animation about a boy whose pictures come to life. Repeat
Animated adventures from Evergreen Forest. Repeat ..
Fleurgetsajobwriting rhymes for greetings cards. Dogsbody looks at the nutty world of the squirrel and meets the singing stars of the wild. Plus cartoon fun with Tom and Jerry. Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
The animated hero.
Jack. Billy and his pals are both fascinated and frightened by the old man who lives by the railroad tracks.
Animation with the little blue creatures. Repeat
Animated fun. Mr Benn becomes a clown for the day.
Dirty Dog. The gang watch Emily and Jamie take their dog
Jessie for a walk. before giving her a bath. Repeated next Monday Repeat Stereo .
An introduction to paintingwith watercolours. Today DermotCavanagh teaches Suzanne Dando howto paint landscapes,
A look at how the Everglades National Park in Florida evolved over six million years, but it took the human race less than acenturyto ruin a large part of it. Saved by President Truman in 1947. today it is a haven for an enormous array of birds, fish and animals
Further live coverage of the Sixth Test match between England and Australia. from the Oval. Stereo...................
Chef Jacques Pepin prepares a budget feast, including grilled squid, slow-cooked pork roast and salad, and vanilla yogurt topped with dried figs. Repeat ........
How to fry fish.
Wordgame. Stereo ................... Followed by Open View A preview of this weekend's Open University programmes.
First of a six-part series about birds. Today a look at the birds that can be found in towns, parks and gardens.
Julian Wilson and Clare Balding introduce the races at 2.40, 3.10 and 3.40. Executive producer Malcolm Kemp
Including at2.55 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of today's final session from the Oval. Stereo ................
Western drama starring Jeffrey Hunter, Woody Strode
Arizona 1881: a black sergeant has been charged with rape and murder. Acting as his defence counsel is his friend and fellow soldier Lieutenant Cantrell, who not only has to prove the sergeant's innocence, but also combat the ignorant prejudice and intolerance displayed by the local community. (1960)
+ See Films: pages 44-53
Lt Thomas Cantrell:
Sgt Braxton Rutledge:
Ice Falls. Glacier-climber
Alessandro Crudo takes on the frozen crevasses within Mont Blanc in France.
In tonight's programme. presented by Alan Titchmarsh from his garden at Barleywood, Roy Lancaster meets Graham Stuart Thomas , the doyen of rose experts, in the walled garden which he designed at
Mottisfont Abbey in Hampshire. Gay Search explores a beautiful English garden in the Suffolk village of East Berghoit which Irish woman Natalie Finch has planted in the cottage style, with a profusion of roses, beautiful borders and a flowering meadow. Meanwhile, Pippa Greenwood assesses the effects of different fertilisers on tomatoes and border perennials. Series producer John Percival Executive producer Tony Laryea
BBC MAGAZINE: Gardeners' World is available from newsagents
♦ Alan Titchmarsh : page 32
's Up. Richie and Eddie's landlord asks them to mind his shop.
Written by Rik Mayall and Adrian Edmondson Director/Producer Ed Bye
Repeat Stereo Subtitled ...........
Comedy series starring Gregor Fisher
Semmitry. In the second of a two-part story Rab is fighting cancer. He is also fighting off the hospital padre. But will he survive as he meditates on life's great themes - love, death and singer Gloria Gaynor ?
Written by Ian Pattison
Director/Producer Colin Gilbert
Patient at match:
In tonight's programme,
Nick Hancock invites comedian and Jonathan Creek star
Alan Davies to talk about his pet hates. See today's choices. Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Presented by Huw Edwards.
In the second of three live specials presented by Mark Lamarr, a chance for viewers to see this year's best new talent at the Edinburgh Festival, as hopeful comedians are short-listed for awards.
Highlights of the second day's play between England and Australia, from the Oval.
Introduced by Richie Benaud.
Luchino Visconti's adaptation of the Thomas Mann novella set to the music of Gustav Mahler, starring Dirk Bogarde
Venice at the turn of the century: needing complete rest, famous composer Gustav von Aschenbach arrives at the Lido and is fascinated by Tadzio, a boy whose exquisite beauty disturbs the composer.
Showing in widescreen format. (1971, 15) *****
See Films: pp 44-53
Followed by Weatherview
Frau von Aschenbach: