Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Loud and Quiet Stereo 7144584 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Technology: Puppets -Puppet
Performance Stereo 8777229 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) A Carton of Drink
10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
Spywatch: Spies All Around.
7506768 10.50 The Art (ages 11-14) The Artof Magic Stereo 7682132 11.10
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Victorian Britain: Home Life stereo Subtitled 5447132 11.30
English File (ages 11-16) Poetry
Backpack: the Poetry of Seamus Heaney Stereo 5478 12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Stone Cold (part 3) Adapted by Mike Cullen from the novel by Robert Swindell
Live coverage ofthe second round ofthe World Match Play championshipfrom Wentworth. Defendingchampion Ernie Els leads the fourtop seeds against yesterday's winners in an attempt to win the title forthe fourth consecutive year.
Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Aldiss. Alex Hay , Dave Marr , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly , Stereo ........... lncludingat2.40News Regional News and Weather
An overview of the day's debates at the Conservative Party's annual conference in Blackpool. Plus a live phone-in where viewers can address their questions to the politicians. Presented by Andrew Neil.
Tiff Needell, Tony Mason and Steve Berry head for the Isle of Man as Top GearMotorsport plays host to the best motorbike trials riders in the world, participating in the Inter Nations Cup. World Trials champion,
Dougie Lampkin joins the British team, as riders from around the world get a chance to represent their countries - as well as battle against old adversaries.
Tonight's programme also looks back on the Goodwood Festival of Speed which took place near Chichester in June. And Bob Constanduros
reviews the Formula Renault series where a close battle for the title between
Britain and South Africa was not resolved until the last round.
Series producer Ken Pollock ; Editor
Continuing the angling series. Carp. Former showbiz agent
Liam Dale , who is now a wildlife film-maker, goes fishing at
Rainbow Lake in the premiere wine-growing region of Bordeaux, where he hopes to find carp, the best of France's freshwaterfish.
Executive producer John King
Whitley Bay, North Tyneside. The team of Alan Titchmarsh,
Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh visit Whitley Bay, where they have just 48 hours to transform Glenn and Hilary Rapley's front garden, currently a wild tangle of weeds, into a seashore showpiece. See today's choices. Producer John Thornicroft
Executive producerCarol Haslam
â¦ AlanTitchmarsh: page 36
Continuing the seventh series of the sci-fi comedy.
Blue. Much to his surprise, Lister discovers that he is starting to miss Rimmer. so he seeks psychiatric helpfrom
Kryten. Tonight's episode isthe last one to feature Chris Barrie.
Written by Kim Fuller and Doug Naylor Director Ed Bye : Executive producer
Doug Naylor Repeat Stereo
The celebrity game show hosted by comic duo Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer , with team captains Mark Lamarr and Ulrika Jonsson. Tonight'sguest panellists are comedian Eddie Izzard , model Melanie Sykes , Glenn Hugill (Alan McKenna in Coronation Street) and TV presenter Carol Vorderman. Director David G Croft : Producer
♦ The Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer
Questionnaire: page 18
Sport. Paul Kaye (alias Dennis Pennis ) reviews the funniest sporting moments in the BBC TV archives, includes coverage of world sports from Monty Python , sports reports from chat-show host Alan Partridge and racing commentary from comedians
Ronnie Barker and Russ Abbot.
Producer Anna Beattie Stereo.....
Then Video Nation Shorts
Evangelist Paul Strand tours the southern States preaching his own fiery brand of religion. Then a young mute girl attends his prayer meeting and recovers the power of speech.
Director Paul Wendkos (1961)
Black and white Subtitled......54 ♦ See Films: pages 50-60
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