Special edition of the pre-school comedy.
Nick Wilton tells his own Fish Tale.
Simon Pascoe and Caitlin Easterby create useful objects from waste materials.
Animated woodland tales. Kestrel leads the animals to a quarry in search of water. Repeat Stereo
Cartoon adventures. Akata visits the crystal tombs.
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The animated adventures of a polar bear on his island. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Animation. Jonny and Jessie travel back in time to stop an evil plot
The series from 1990. Mike resents everyone planning his life.
The vicar refuses to let the choristers take part in a TV show.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
The award-winning camcorder show. Today's programme is made by children from Nottingham, who include a girl whofeels that she is too tall, a young Star Trek fan who speaks fluent Klingon, a climber with a fear of heights, a boy who loves mazes and a young Asian who talks about the stresses of growing up in two cultures.
Bart runs away from home after an argument and misses the family's traditional Thanksgiving dinner.
Shown last Monday.
Showbiz scandal, pop gossip and comedy are combined on the live entertainment magazine show. Presented by Jenny Ross and Paul Tonkinson , featuring Peter Kay 's irreverent comments. Stereo .....
A review of the week's political events in the South East, with Jon Sopel REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Live coverage of the Irish Permanent intemational between Ireland and Canada from Lansdowne Road (kickoff 1.45pm). Aftertakingon the All Blacks afortnight ago, Ireland have, on paper at least, an easiertasktodayastheyfaceaside regarded as one of the minnows of rugby. Canada should not be underestimated, however. In July they were beaten by mere three-point margin by the touring
Welsh side and they have an inspirational captain in full-back GarethRees, who plays for English champions Wasps.
Commentary by Jim Neilly , Philip Matthews.
3.35 Snooker David Vine introduces coverage from the Guildhall in Preston of the opening nine frames in the UK championship final, played over the best of 19 frames. Last year, Stephen Hendry clinched his third consecutive title, and his fifth overall, with afinal-frame victory that thwarted a spirited fightback from fellow-Scot John Higgins. Presented by David Vine , with commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor and John Virgo. Coverage continues at 8pm. Producer Martin Hopkins ; Editor Dave Gordon
1.30-3.35(not PDC) ......................
Simon King visits the tidal zone off the coast of California, home to seals, sea lions, sea otters and numerous invertebrates.
Editor Sara Ford
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
Reports on the world of British natural history and howto observe wildlife during the winter months. Presented by 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/
Human insights into the lives of wild animals. This documentary follows Paul Spong and Helena Symonds as they study the lives and behaviour of a group of killer whales around Johnstone Straight, off Vancouver Island in Canada. Plus a look at the work of Paul and Grace Yoxon , who have devoted themselves to analysing and protecting the otters on the island of Skye, and Argentinian biologist Claudio Sillero, who has been trying to save the Ethiopian wolf since an outbreak of rabies in almost wiped out the species.
The area where the sea crashes against the rugged coast of Vancouver Island in Canada is a dramatic wildlife battle zone.
Remarkable underwater photography reveals a hidden world of giant starfish chasing clams, sea slugs stalkingcrabs and armies of anemones battling against each other.
When the tide falls, black bears and mink plunderthe rock pools for crabs and, once a year, billions of herring come to this coast to spawn, creating a huge feast for dolphins, sea lions and eagles. Narrated by Gareth Armstrong. Producer Rodger Jackman ; Series editor
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The latest developments in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
The Triumph Herald was chic, cheerful and easyto drive. Aimed at the middle-class market from sixties suburbia, it is now enjoying a comeback as a cult car. Quentin Willson speaks to owners past and present about this enduring example of bourgeois taste on wheels. Producer Helen Thomas
Series producer Jon Bentley
A cheque for £60,000 awaits the winner as David Vine introduces live coverage from Preston of the concluding session of the UK championship final. A maximum of 11 frames will be contested this evening. Commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor , Stereo ....
US drama about an executive on a ruthless journey to the top. Healing. Unemployment is the penalty forfailure when both Jim Profit and Joanne Meltzer have to undergo a lie-detectortest.
Satirical drama, based on real events surrounding the largest corporate takeover in Wall Street history, starring James Gamer Jonathan Pryce
To maintain his flamboyant lifestyle, FRoss Johnson , chief executive ofRJR Nabisco, seeks to buy control ofthe company.
Director Glenn Jordan (1993, 15)
♦ See Films: pages 64-76 **** ♦ Barry Norman on James Gamer : page 59
Followed by Weatherview
2.00 Talking to Children about Sex and Sexuality
4.00 Discovering Portuguese 5-6; French on a Plate Brittany
Business and Training
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 The Sordid Subject of Boeuf Bourguignon
6.30-7.00am Putting Training to Work: Britain and Germany
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