Special edition of the pre-school comedy. Repeat
Liza Goddard tells two stories by Margaret Mahy : The Witch in the Cherry Tree and Jam. Repeat.
More ways of making things from rubbish. Repeat
Badger lets the voles and fieldmice stay behind. Repeat Stereo Subtitled ..
Eva Metal captures Akata. Can Orkovand Ola save him? Repeat Stereo
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Animation. An African tree-logging operation comes under attack by an invisible monster. Stereo ...........
The series from 1990.
Rumours circulate about Justine and Andy. Written by Kevin Hood Repeat
Street's unexplained black eye causes speculation in the choir. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
The award-winning camcorder show returns for a six-part series. Today's programme is made by children from Reading who tackle topics including camping, dieting, the Reading Festival and life without a dog.
Grampa is left in charge when Marge takes Homer on a marriage-counselling weekend.
Shown last Monday.
Showbiz scandal, pop gossip and comedy combine on the live entertainment magazine. Presented by Jenny Ross and Paul Tonkinson. with Peter Kay 's irreverentcomments.
A review of the week's political events in the south east. With Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Steve Rider.
1.35 Rugby Union Wales v Tonga Live coverage from the St Helen's
Ground, Swansea (kickoff 2pm). Wales have won all three of their internationals against the Tongans and an extension of that record will buoy up the team as they warm up fortheir next international, where they face New Zealand. Welsh coach Kevin Bowringwill be looking to
Allan Bateman , Scott Gibbs , Neil Jenkins and Scott Quinnell , all key performers from the Lions tour. Commentary by Huw Llywelyn Davies and JJ Williams.
3.45 Tennis Themen'sfinalatthe National championships in Telford. Reigning titleholder Tim Henman is favoured to retain his title in the likely absence of Greg Rusedski , who should be competing in Hanover. Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox.
5.10 Rugby League The pick of the action from Elland Road, Leeds, of the Third and final Test match between Great Britain and Australia. The Australians start as strong favourites, but British coach Andy Goodwaycan call upon the experience of captain Andy Farrell , winger Jason Robinson and centre Paul Newlove.
Commentary by Ray French and John Monie. TV presentation (rugby union) Gareth Mainwaring Stereo
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Simon King reports from the beaches of Costa Rica on the thousands of Ridley's turtles that come ashore to nest there.
Editor Sara Ford
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5.30* Watch Out Monthly
Including a report on the millions of birds such as waders and red kites that are migrating for winter, how to observe the field vole and how to help young hedgehogs in the cold. With
Chris Packham and Nick Baker.
Producer Scott Alexander ; Series producer MikeBeynon Stereo .............. FACTSHEET: price fl.50, from [address removed]WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/
6.10*-7.00 The Natural World
Paracas and the Billion Dollar Birds
Along the shores of the Paracas National Park on the coast of Peru, two very different worlds collide-the barren Atacama desert and the seas teeming with wildlife such as sea lions, penguins and pelicans as well as guanay cormorants, a bird that once created fortunes for the local people through the sale of their droppings, an excellent natural fertiliser.
Narrated by Ian Holm.
Producers Teresa Clare and Dave Dickie
Series editor Neil Nightingale
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Remember. When a delegation of Enaran telepaths pays a visit to the ship, B' Elanna begins to experience strange and vivid dreams. Stereo Subtitled .. Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wed 6pm
A journey through the moral confusions of war and peace. Bearing the Burden. Douglas Hurd charts the course of the Cold War from 1945 to 1989.
After the Second World War, the United States took up the burden of defeating communism, but the struggle was won only after the tragic lessons of the Hungarian uprising and the Vietnam War. Producer Matthew Barrett ; Editor
The latest developments in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
US drama about an executive on a ruthless journey to the top. The Hero. Jack and Joanne try to investigate Jim Profit 's past.
Drama, based on a day in the life of atown in middle England. StarringTom Higgins, Julia Ford Angela Walsh , Billy Geraghty The quiet railway town of Crewe in Cheshire houses a multitude of personal secrets and dramas.
Written, produced and directed by Philippa Lowthorpe
Drama, marking the centenary ofthe birth of Welsh politician Aneurin Bevan , founder of the National Health Service, starring Brian Cox , Sinead Cusack In the last months of his life,
Aneurin Bevan reflects upon the most vivid of his memories.
Written by Trevor Griffiths ; Producers
Pedr James and Maggie Russell : Director
Sir Dan Davies:
Peter Lorre , Frances Drake
An eminent pianist loses his hands in an accident, and a sinister but brilliant surgeon transplants those of a killer. Director Karl Freund (1935)
Black and white
♦ See Films: pages 64-74 ****
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Business and Finance
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 1-2; French on a Plate
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 History What Is Its Future? 48123 6.30-7.00am An English Education
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