7.15 Teletubbies Ned's Potatoes. The team watch a boy digging for potatoes.
Shown yesterday at 10am
7.4OSmurfs' Adventures Animation about tiny blue creatures. Repeat 4730271 8.05 The Really Wild Show Featuringa squad that rescues swans, a legal battle to save a hedge and the condorthat can't fly. Repeat Stereo
8.30 Penny Crayon Animation. The Spotty twins spoil a treasure hunt. Repeat
8.40 Tales of Aesop The story ofthe fox, thebird and the cheese. Repeat
Note: half-term repeats.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Stereo 3973726 9.25 English
Express (ages 9-11)
9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Digging in the Sand. A group of children lookforworms.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am
10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) 6112165 10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Stereo 6100320 11.00 Around Scotland
(ages 10-12) Stereo 5729788 11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 14+) 6781691 11.40 Revista (ages 11-14) Stereo 9703726 11.55 Quinze Minutes
Plus (ages 11-13) Stereo 2509122 12.10 Isabel (ages 14-16)
Martha Monkey savestheday. Repeat
Learning to woodgrain a bath room cabinet and take portrait photos. Stereo.. ACTION PACK: please send a cheque for £3, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] or telephone the credit card orderline on [number removed]
An update of this morning's show on BBC1.
Regional News and Weather
Coverage of the first Prime Minister's Question Time of the autumn season.
Regional News and Weather
Two more chefs take up the cookery challenge.
More homes of mystery celebrities, with Loyd Grossman. Repeat Stereo ..
Today's guests talk to Esther Rantzen about their obsession with exercise.
Postponed from 8 October
The Vengeance Factor. The crew's attempt to resolve a violent dispute is sabotaged by an enigmatic assassin.
Repeat Stereo Subtitled.... Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow, 6pm
Capt Jean-Luc Picard:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
The King Is Back. Thetravellers slide to a parallel universe in which Rembrandt Brown has reached the megastar status achieved by Elvis Presley.
The second ofsix current-affairs programmes addressing issues ofinterestto black people. This week a report on the apparent decline in the number of black professional footballers, with Newcastle United star
John Barnes and Les Ferdinand of Tottenham Hotspurspeaking out on the changing face ofthe game. Plus an examination of the legacy of Snakehips Johnson , the man who made wartime
London swingwith Britain's first all-black dance band. Presented byRiannaScipio.
Series producer Maxine Watson
A first-round contest between
Queen's University, Belfast, and St Bartholomew's College,
London. Jeremy Paxman poses the questions.
DirectorVernon Antcliff; Producer
In the last programme in the current series, Tim Wonnacott discovers how antiques are used to sell homes. Catrina
Skepperfinds out how
18th-century costumes are re-created when she visits the set ofthe forthcoming drama series Tom Jones. Katherine
Higgins joins a summer gathering of veteran cycling aficionados, and David Dickinson helps a young couple to find an antique engagement ring. Presented by Francine Stock. The Antiques Show returns next spring.
Series director Tracy Jeune ; Series producer Mark Hill Stereo
BOOKLET: For more information on many of the featured stories, send a cheque for Â£4.95. payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] or call [number removed].
The Return of Zog Leka Zog , whose father was the last king of Albania, believes that the Balkan state's monarchy should be reinstated and that he should be the new king. But in a country torn asunder by poverty and anti-government rebellion, can he convince his would-be subjects that his sovereignty will prove their salvation? See today's choices.
Producer Peter Dale ; Series editor
SpringCleaning. Springtime is a traumatic period for Bath, with the newly professional game exertinggreat pressures on the club - and management staff clashing overtactics. Producer Alastair Laurence
Series producer Nick Shearman
Then Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman.
The Ambassadors by German painter Hans Holbein is a Renaissance masterpiece, a double portrait from 1533 which was painstakingly restored by conservation staff at London's
National Gallery. Next week it takes pride of place at an exhibition there. This programme, narrated by Patricia Wheatley, tells the story of the painting's reconstruction and restoration.
Producer Patricia Wheatley; Executive producer Keith Alexander
Followed by Weatherview
Political chat show hosted by Andrew Neil.
12.30am The Making of ... Simon Callow
12.45 Animation: more films by top students
2.00 Ghostwriter To the Light
4.00 The French Experience 2:
Programmes 9 and 10; French on a Plate; Bon Mot
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update Heart
Health -Primary Prevention
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Heart Health - Treatment
6.00 The Chemistryof Survival Subtitled 94214 6.30-7.00am
Therapies on Trial