The Adventures of Skippy Kangaroo adventures. Repeat Stereo .........
Animal encounters, including a Yorkshire boy who is obsessed with moles.
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Animation. Penny wreaks havoc by drawing a statue. (Repeat)
Thestoryofthefox and the goat. Repeat
Walkingthe Dog. The
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9.10 What? Where? When? Why?: Autumn Changes - Harvesting 4883347
9.25 English Express (ages 9-11) (Stereo) 3859453
9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Tinky.Winky, Dipsy and Laa-Laa watch boys playing and follow Po.
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10.30 Numbertime: Shapes - Circles (ages 4-6) (Stereo) 3790892
10.45 Cats' Eyes: Types of Materials - Protection (ages 5-7) (Stereo) 3795347
11.00 Around Scotland: Bruce's Scotland -King of Scots (ages 10-12) 2036057
11.20 The Geography Programme: South Africa 2000: People and Water (Stereo)
11.40 Revista: Hola! (ages 11-14) (Stereo) 7309182
11.55 Quinze Minutes: Salut (ages 11-13) 8023076
12.10 Isabel: Paco Vuelve a Casa (ages 14-16)
Noddy tries to earn sufficient cash to buy Big Ears a birthday gift.
Looking at how to transform a kitchen, Plus papier-mache, oil painting and dried-flower arranging.
This afternoon's coverage includes Paddy Ashdown , the Liberal Democrats' leader, addressing the partywith his annual conference speech. Stereo ..........
Antiques quiz hosted by Stuart Hall.
Esther Rantzen talks to people who serve others, such as cleaners, chauffeurs and dog-walkers, and theiremployers. Guests include novelist Pat Booth , who had a terrifying experience with a nanny.
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News quiz hosted by Martyn Lewis.
Who Watches the Watchers? A primitive culture, believing Captain Picard to be a god, prepares to sacrifice Counsellor Troi to him.
Repeat Stereo Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tomorrow. 6pm
Andrew Neil summarisesthe day's events from Eastbourne. Viewers can puttheirquestions to politicians by calling [number removed], by fax on [number removed], or by using e-mail at the following address: email@example.com
Continuing the series examining the appeal of Shakespeare's plays. Girls Who Are Boys. In Shakespeare's day there were no actresses; all the female characters were played by boys. This programme looks at cross-dressing and ambiguous sexuality in Shakespeare's plays, with comment from actresses Juliet Stevenson and Fiona Shaw. The cameras also follow progress at an experimental all-male theatre company and record directors' and audiences' views on their performance of As You Like It.
Producer Tony Coe
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WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/OU/Academic /Arts/shakspr.htm
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Quiz hosted by Jeremy Paxman. Exeter University take on Robinson College, Cambridge, for a place in the second round. DirectorVernon Antcliff; Producer
Continuing the series of the antiques magazine.
Tim Wonnacott visits an aristocratic car-boot sale,
Catrina Skepper reports on the new-found popularity of antique textiles and Francine Stock discovers why old jeans can be worth a great deal of money. Meanwhile, David Dickinson looks at barometers in the Buyers' Guide, and Tricks of the Trade shows how to preserve and frame valuable photographs. Series director Tracy Jeune ; Series producer Mark Hill
Perhaps surprisingly in retrospect, Hitler was an Anglophile. He admired Britain's imperial rule of India and hoped to incorporate Russia into his Third Reich in a similar way. In 1935 he signed a naval pact with Britain and sent a new ambassador to London. But four years later, he was at war with the country that had been his role model. See today's choices.
The last of four programmes updating the series first shown ten years ago, following the fortunes of candidates for the Royal Marines's elite Mountain and Arctic Warfare Cadre.
Narrated by Ian Wooldridge. Producer Michael Begg
Revisedrepeat Stereo Subtitled .
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
By the Labour Party. With subtitles. Stereo ..............
Then Volcano Stories
The Alien Who Lived in Sheds. In the second of six documentaries by disabled film-makers, actor Nabil Shaban talks of his true identity and discusses disability, using interviews, music and dramatisation. He also tells the tale of an alleged alien in Surrey, attitudes towards which helped him explore his own feelings. Director/Producer Nabil Shaban : Series edtor Ian Macrae
Fans of TheXFiles enthuse about the Show. Stereo Subtitled.
Followed by Weatherview
Research and Destroy. Ajax lands a job writing poetry for a card company, stereo ...
12.30 Shaping Up
1.30 What You Never Knew about Sex
NIGHT SCHOOL TV
2.00 Teaching Today
4.00 Understanding Dyslexia programme two
4.30 Understanding Dyslexia programme three
5.00 RCN Nursing Update Unit 74 Heart Health - Primary Prevention 69651 5.30 RCN Nursing Update Unit67 A Shadow from the Past
6.00 Stress 4408835 6.25
Missingthe Meaning? 4410670 6.50-7.15am Jamaica and the Sea
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