Aspecial Sunday edition of the pre-school comedy.
Animation. The young puppy goes to the park. Repeat
The Church Mouse
Griff Rhys Jones tells the first of Graham Oakley 's illustrated tales
Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby show howto make things from rubbish. Repeat
Animated woodland tales.
Fantasy animation set in 15th-century
The animated adventures of a polar bear. Shown last Monday on BBCl
The Quest team is summoned by the Anasazi Indians to greet Alice Starseer on her return from the stars.
The series from 1990.
Mike decides not to enterthe county running trials. Robbiegets recognised in the cafe, while Julie is teased by Alice. Written by Margaret Simpson
Whowill be voted
Little Wickton 's head chorister?
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Kevin. A profile of 12-year-old
Kevin O'Donovan from County Cork, who lost an arm in a farm accident. Stereo ....
Jeremy Guscott continues his exploration of the operatic world. There's a profile of the Brussels opera house La Monnaie and of Belgian bass Jose Van Dam.
Homer goes in search of his long-lost brother.
Featuring the voice of Danny DeVito.
The next episode is tomorrow at 6pm.
Shown last Monday.
The live magazine that mixes showbiz scandal, popgossip and football craziness, presented byJennyRossand Paul Tonkinson. Including Peter Kay 's individual look at the world of entertainment. Stereo ................
Datinggameshowfrom America, with Chris Hardwick and Jenny McCarthy.
The focus today is on the best buys in educational software packages for children. DJ Tony Blackburn attempts to create a hit single on a home computer. while interior decorator Anne McKevitt shows howto incorporate computer hardware into home decor. Plus a look at how home PCs can be used in genealogical research. Presented by Carol Vorderman with Adrian Chiles.
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Live coverage of the opening session of the best-of-17 frames Grand Prix final from the Bournemouth International Centre. Commentary by Ray Edmonds ,
Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. Introduced by David Vine , with Dougie Donnelly.
The weekly strand featuring wildlife stories from around the world. Thisweek's location reports come from Sri Lanka, where Michaela Strachan encounters elephants, langurs and temple macaque monkeys.
Plus how exotic festivals and ceremonies often centre around animal icons, and how Buddhists and Hindus draw inspiration from the natural world.
Editor Sara Ford
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A look at what's going on in Britain in the world of wildlife. As Halloween nears the programme looks at the eerie sounds made by the territorial calls of tawny owls, and some plants and animals with unusual properties. Plus why this is a sad time of year for bumblebees. With Chris Packham
and Nick Baker.
Producer Karen Walsh ; Series producer Mike Beynon
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The real lives of individual wild animals, told by the people who know them best. The programme follows Mike Hearn as he spends two weeks tracking the black rhino of the Namibian desert, where a few footprints and broken plants lead the team to the first sightings of some new calves. In Russia Vitaly Nikolaenko films an enormous brown bear fishing for salmon, and there's a chance to catch up on the research programme in Borneo that is tracking a community of wild orang-utans.
Producer Anne-Marie Goodwin ; Series producer Paul Appleby
6.10*-7.00 The Natural World: The Temple Troop
In Sri Lanka's ruined city of Polonnaruwa lives the Temple Troop, the unruliest monkeys around. This film follows an extraordinary year in the life of the troop, and gives the inside story of macaque society-intimate. hilarious and full of the unexpected. Narrated by Roshan Seth. See today's choices. Producer Mark Linfield; Series editor Neil Nightingale
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The series, presented by Maya Even , examining important stories from the world of business and finance. As the date draws near for Britain to decide if it will join the European single currency, in the financial world much lobbying has been taking place. But many now accept that entry is a foregone conclusion. GregWood reports. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Created in Warwickshire and mainly sold in America, Austin Healeys have been hailed as the definitive macho British sports car of the fifties and sixties. At the height of the classic car boom a Healey changed hands for Â£190,000. Quentin Willson looks at the vehicle that has been the subject of much praise but has also had its critics.
Director David Wheeler ; Producer John Wilcox Repeat Stereo
Live coverage of the best-of-17 Grand Prix final being held at
Bournemouth. The winner takes home a cheque forL60,000 with the runner-up making do with £32,000. Commentary by Ray Edmonds , Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. Presented by David Vine.
If coverage overruns subsequent programmes may run late
Film premiere. Drama starring Matt Dillon, Joan Chen
In 1952, FBI agent Kevin Walker is assigned to root out subversion in San Francisco's ChinaTown. Eager for results, he frames innocent laundry worker Chen Yung Song. Ten years later, after Chen has committed suicide, Walker forms a relationship with Marilyn Song, the man's daughter.
(1994,15). See Films: pages 60-70
Followed by Weatherview
Chen Jung Song:
2.00 Performing Arts and the Filming of Hamlet LANGUAGES
4.00 Deutsch Plus: Programmes 9-12
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 Developing Language Subtitled 12756 6.30-7.00am
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