Music with Debbie. The Teletubbies watch Debbie singing songs with some children. Shown yesterday at 10am
7.40 Smurfs' Adventures
More ideas for designs and picture-making, plus the launch of Smart's special portrait competition.
Presented by Josie d'Arby, Mark Speight and Jay Burridge.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Animals and the Environment: Water Music -
Including Debussy's seascape La Mer Stereo 7719892 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Time Treasures: Poppy Day- Why these flowers are used to remember the people who fought in wars Stereo 8279637 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Sewage
10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9)
Spywatch: the Poster Comes to Life-
Norman feels homesick
10.50 The Art (ages 11-14) TheArtof LivingThings Stereo 7184540 11.10
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Victorian Britain -Achievements Stereo
11.30 English File (ages 11-16) The
Poetry of Passion - Lily Savage hosts a lonely hearts chat show
12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Loved Up (part 2) - Sarah starts to deal in drugs Written by 01 Parker Stereo
Snooker David Vine introduces coverage of the third quarter-final from the Bournemouth International Centre.
Racing The two-day meeting from
Newbury concludes this year's coverage of the flat racing season. Featuring races at 2.40, 3.10 and 3.40. Introduced by Julian Wilson , with Willie Carson and PeterO'Sullevan.
Television presentation (racing) Chris Lewis
Including at 2.50, 3.55 News Regional News and Weather
In this edition of the motorsport roundup, Steve Rider is at the London Motor Show to see Mark Higgins
collect the 1997 British Rally championship trophy. Deborah Tee travels to Los Angeles for the last PPG CART race of the year and finds out if the new California Speedway is as fast as racing driver Mark Blundell claims. Last in the current series.
Producer Ken Burton : Series producer
Concluding the angling series. Beluga. Wildlife filmmaker Liam Dale travels across Russia to
Guryev in Kazakhstan, where he plans to fish for beluga sturgeon in the Caspian Sea. The roe is used forthe world's most expensive caviar, with one fish providing as much as L25,000 worth. But in chasing his goal of a world-record catch, Dale encounters many an obstacle in the former Soviet republic. Executive producer John King
Manchester. The team of Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh have just two days of intensive work to realise Karl and Rita Radivan's dream of a brick-paved courtyard behind their town house.
Producer Alan Titchmarsh
Executive producer Carol Haslam
â¦ Alan Titchmarsh : page 46
Continuing the seventh series of the sci-fi comedy.
Beyond a Joke. The crew is transported to an artificial-reality Pride and Prejudice world, and Kryten goes on the rampage.
Written by Doug Naylor and Robert LLewellyn Director Ed Bye ; Executive producer
Doug Naylor Repeat Stereo Subtitled.
Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer host another episode of the celebrity game show with team captains Mark Lamarr and Ulrika Jonsson. Panellists are disc jockey David Hamilton , TV presenter Sue Cook , Robbie Coltrane and BigBreakfast presenter Denise van Outen. Director David G Croft : Producer
The topical news quiz returns for a 14th series, with host
Angus Deayton and team captains
Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. See today's choices.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer
Richard Wilson Repeated tomorrow at
10pm Stereo ......................... + It's all news to us: page 24
Then Video Nation Shorts
Crime drama starring
Rhonda Fleming , Arlene Dahl
Vice boss Sol Caspar's empire is threatened when a popular law-and-order candidate decides to runfor mayor. Caspar orders small-time hood Ben Grace to smearthe opposition.
Director Allan Dwan (1956) ....... ♦ See Films: pages 68-79 ***
Followed by Weatherview
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