A special Sunday edition of the pre-school comedy.
Animation. The young puppy makes a cake. Repeat
Nigel Havers reads A School Bewitched by Naomi Lewis, from the original story by E Nesbit.
Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby show children how to make things from unwanted items.
Animated woodland tales.
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Fantasy animation. Stereo............
The animated adventures of a polar bear and his island animal sanctuary.
Shown last Mondayon BBC1 Stereo
Johnny. Hadjii and Jessie are stranded in a haunted house.
The series from 1990.
Matthew's home problems are also causing him trouble at school. Written by Margaret Simpson
Tony seems more unbearable than usual so the choir decide to take drastic action.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Andreika the Clown. A gruelling day in the life of Andrei Averyushkin , a young
Russian circus performer.
JeremyGuscott continues his exploration of the operatic world. This week SirTim Rice explains dramatic strategy.
Another chance to see the start of the new animated comedy series.
Bart takes Santa's Little Helper, the family's disruptive pet dog, to a canine college.
Featuring the voice of Tracey Ullman.
The next episode is tomorrow at 6pm.
Shown last Monday.
The live magazine that mixes showbiz scandal, popgossip and football craziness, presented by Jenny Ross and Paul Tonkinson. Including Peter Kay 's individual look at the world of entertainment.
Another chance to see the first of a six-part series aimed at computer novices. Including a look at software packages that help with home decoration. plus advice on buying a computer for the home. Presented by Carol Vorderman and Adrian Chiles , with Andy Webb.
Dougie Donnelly introduces live coverage of this afternoon's Open bowls final from the Preston Guild Hall. The title - and the winnerofthe £32.000 first prize -will be decided over the best of five sets.
Commentaryfrom Jimmy Davidson , David Rhys-Jones , John Bell and Mal Hughes.
Plus snooker action from the third round of the Grand Prix, being held at the Bournemouth International Centre.
Presented by David Vine , with commentary from Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo.
Editor Gerard Lane
The weekly strand featuring wildlife stories from around the world. This week's location reports come from Kenya, where Simon King tracks a pride of lions in the Masai Mara. Editor Sara Ford Stereo ........
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5.40 Watch Out Monthly
An extended monthly edition of the guide to wildlife events in the UK. Presented by Chris Packham and Nick Baker.
Series producer Mike Beynon
6.10-7.00 The Natural World: Puma - Lion of the Andes
A documentary following South American pumas in the mountains of Patagonia. The film chronicles a two-year period during which wildlife cameraman Hugh Miles lived with and gained the trust of a wild puma See today's choices. Producer Hugh Miles; Series
Neil Nightingale Stereo Subtiled
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The Chute. Kim is convicted of planting a bomb on Akritiri and finds himself confronting Paris in a terrifying prison colony.
Star Trek: the Next Generation Wed 6pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Lt Tom Paris:
A look at life in the British Library which, after 250 years at the British Museum, is moving to its own building in St Pancras, London. The programme looks at the last days of the famous round Reading Room and goes behind the scenes of the library's much-criticised new home. With contributions from writers Peter Ackroyd and Will Self.
This week's edition follows the West Midlands Fraud Squad as they unravel the case of a company that managed to build up credit with a number of small firms before disappearing without paying for the goods and services it received. Presented by Maya Even.
Romantic drama starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Al Pacino
Johnny, recently released from prison, takes a job at a local diner as a chef. There he falls for Frankie, a waitress and a loner. She doesn't believe that love guarantees happiness, but Johnny has chosen this woman and this moment to take a stand against loneliness. (1991, 15)
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Christine the hooker:
David Vine presents highlights of tonight's third-round matches at the Grand Prix from the Bournemouth International Centre.
Another opportunity to see this award-winning documentary, first shown in May 1995, about a convicted murderer awaiting execution in a Missouri jail. Alan "AJ" Bannister has been on Death Row for nearly 15 years and has always protested his innocence. This film chronicles the weeks before his original execution date in 1994, when he received a stay of execution with just two hours to spare. The date has now been reset for 22 October, but campaigners are still trying to save his life.
Director Stephen Trombley
Series editor Nicholas Fraser
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Seeing through Mathematics
4.00 Deutsch Plus 5-8
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 Ways with Words
6.30-7.00am The Academy of Waste?
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