Special edition of the pre-school comedy.
TonyAitkentellsthe story of The Brontosaurus Birthday-Cake by Robert McCrum. Repeat
Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby demonstrate more ways of creating useful objects from waste materials. Repeat Stereo ............
Animated woodland tales. Fox persuades Vixen to help him look for his friends.
Cartoon adventures. Alfred befriends Akata, but is it a trap? Repeat Stereo Subtitled .
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Animation. While on afishingtrip in Devon, Jonny and his dad uncover a mind-control project. Stereo .......
The series from 1990.
Calley, Robbie and Georgina break into the research laboratory and find themselves in an awkward situation.
Written by Kevin Hood Repeat
Cars line up to take part in the Little Wickton Grand Prix. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
The award-winning camcorder show. Today's programme is made by children from Wembley, who include a dinosaur enthusiast, an advocate of "girl power", a girl who squabbles with her sister, and a boy obsessed with his lodgers.
Bart and Lisa try to reunite Krusty the clown with his estranged father, Rabbi Krustovsky.
Featuring the guest voice of Jackie Mason.
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 irreverent comments.
A review of the week's political events in the south east, with Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Concluding the series that takes the complexities out of computing. Including a look at a holiday for senior citizens who want to learn about computers. Presented by Carol Vorderman and Adrian Chiles.
Steve Rider reports from Cheltenham racecourse on the start of the RAC Rally, where 160 competitors will begin the first of today's 11 stages. The event doubles as the decider forthe world championship, with Britain's Colin McRae needing a victory to regain the title from the current champion, Tommi Makinen of Finland.
The programme also includes live action from a specially designed stage at Silverstone. The next report is at 9.15pm. Producer Phil Thickett ; Editor Jon Bentley
Coverage of the fourth round at the UK championship, from the Guildhall,
Preston. introduced by David Vine , with commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo. Dennis Taylor , John Spencer andJimMeadowcroft. Stereo ..
Chris Packham is in Indonesia to view some of this century's most amazing animal discoveries. Editor Sara Ford
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
5.30* Watch Out
A look at how the onset of winter is affecting Britain's wildlife. With Chris Packham and Nick Baker.
Producer Andrew Graham-Brown : Series producer Mike Beynon FACTSHEET: price £1.50.from [address removed]WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/
The Great Barrier Reef. Divers
Martha Holmes and Mike de Gruy
head for Australia to witness the mass spawning of corals. While they wait for the spectacular event to begin, they encounter reef sharks, turtles and giant fish called groupers. Director Sara Ford : Producer
Robin Hellier Stereo................
6. 10*-7.00 The Natural World
Astudyofthe world's largest lizard, the man-eating Komodo dragon of Indonesia, revealing the dinosaur-like creature to be far more than just a cold-blooded killer. Narrated by John Shrapnel. See today's choices. Producer Rod Morris : Series editor
Neil Nightingale Stereo
Videoplus code for
5.25-7.00 (not PDC)
Sacred Ground. WhenKesis mortally injured at a sacred shrine, Janeway embarks on a spiritual journey to beg for Kes's life. Stereo Subtitled..........
Douglas Hurd concludes his journey through the moral confusions of war and peace. New World Order. Hurd examines his tenure as Foreign Secretary and the conflicts of the last ten years, a decade that spanned the Gulf War and the atrocities in Bosnia and Rwanda.
He explains why the hopes for peace that rose at the end of the Cold War were dashed, and asks whetherthe creation of a more peaceful world is any closerto materialising. George Bush and ex-UN Secretary
General Boutros Boutros-Ghali talk about their experiences. Producer Matthew Barrett : Editor
The latest developments in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Action from day one of the RAC Rally, presented by Steve Rider from the race headquarters in Cheltenham. With Jeremy Hart. Peter Slater , Mark James and Bob Constanduros. The next report is tomorrow at 8pm.
Producer Judy Hill Stereo ........
A compilation of stories behind the royal-wedding gifts of 1947, shown recently to mark the golden wedding of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh. Director/Producer Tuppence Stone
A powerful love story set against the disintegration of a mining community in County Durham. Starri ng Charlie Hardwick Bill Speed
May Murton. once an activist during the 1984 miners' strike, is tryingto come to terms with herfailed marriage. When she meets and falls in love with Roy, the manager of a nearbyopencast mine, she must cross the political divide between them.
Written, produced and directed by the Amber Production Team
Sykes. Profit is assigned to acquire the business holdings of a Russian mobster. Meanwhile, his stepmother Bobbi Stokowski is blackmailing him.
Highlights of the fourth-round matches at the UKchampionship in Preston. Stereo ..........
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Child Safety and First Aid LANGUAGES
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 3-4; French on a Plate
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 Rich Mathematical Activities
Subtitled 18076 6.30-7.00am
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