Special edition of the pre-school comedy.
Natalie Ogle tells the story of Matthew and the Sea-Singer byjill Paton Walsh. Repeat Stereo.
Caitlin Easterby and Simon Pascoe show how to create objects from waste materials. Repeat Stereo ...
The animals' path is blocked by a busy motorway. Repeat Stereo Subtitled.
Akata and Orkov find a wrecked ship full of toxic fuel.
The animated adventures of a polar bear on his island. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Animation. Hadji rescues the legendary
Blue falcon of Bangalore
The series from 1990.
Mike and Robbie go to the police. Written by Barry Purchese
The shivering choristers wonder where all the coal has gone. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Today's programme is made by children from Dundee who tackle topics including ballroom dancing, hairdressing and flying, plus the problems of being a bridesmaid.
Homer's resentment of his neighbour reaps bitter rewards.
Shown last Monday.
Live entertainment magazine show, presented by Jenny Ross and Paul Tonkinson. with Peter Kay.
A review of the week's political events in the South East, with Jon Sopel
Disney adventure starring
Peter Finch , James MacArthur
In 18th-century Scotland, a boy is sold into slavery by his uncle who aims to take the family inheritance. The youngster is put on board a ship as a cabin boy, where he befriends a loyalist Scot.
Director Robert Stevenson (1960. U) * See Films: pages 58-70 ***
Alan Breck Stewart:
Robin Oig MacGregor:
Live coverage of the final at the sixth and closing event of the inaugural ATP Senior Tour of Champions, from the Royal Albert Hall in London. Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary by John Barrett and Bill Threlfall. Stereo......
John Simpson introduces the first of six daily programmes in the tenth series highlighting human-rights violations.
As well as an update on political prisoners featured in previous series, there is an analysis of how far countries have come in respectingcitizens' rights as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights reaches its 50th anniversary.
Continuestomorrowat7.20pm Stereo. INFORMATION PACKS: write to Human Rights.
Human Wrongs. PO Box Q7, London W12 8UD, or Phone [number removed] (calls cost no more than lOp) ♦ See This Week: page 8
Michaela Strachan learns how to film miniature wildlife dramas with high-tech microscopes. Editor Sara Ford
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5.30 Watch Out A look at what's going on in the world of wildlife.
Producer Andrew Graham-Brown
Series producer Mike Beynon
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5.35 Wild lives Insights into the lives of wild animals. Including a check on the Ethiopian wolf pups and the black rhinos of Namibia.
Producer Ann Marie Goodwin
Series producer Paul Appleby
5.50 Chimpanzee Diary
Charlotte Uhlenbroek follows the battle between brothers Freud and Frodo over a female.
Series producer Robin Hellier
Charlotte Uhlenbroek's Kind of Day: page
6.10-7.00 The Natural World
Beyond the Naked Eye
The hidden world of microscopic bugs, microbes, fungi and plants is revealed using special filming techniques. These tiny organisms can cause deadly diseases, but they also help to provide food and control the climate.
Producer Roger R Jones
See Polly Toynbee: page 10
Future's End (parti). The crew are thrown back in time to
1996. Stereo Subtitled.... Star Trek: the Next Generation is Wed. 6pm
The first of seven programmes about renowned composers.
Narrated by Kenneth Branagh.
Bach. Occupying a pivotal place in music history,
Johann Sebastian Bach is regarded as the father of the classical tradition. See today's choices. Producer James Runcie ; Executive producer KrissRusmanis
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* See This Week: page 7
Events in the business world.
Presented by Maya Even . Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
Another chance to see a three-part special unlocking the secrets of ancient frozen bodies.
The Ice Maiden. A look at the remarkable discovery in the mountains of Siberia in 1993 of the preserved remainsof a woman believed to date backto
500 BC, and the clues it provided about the people who roamed the Russian Steppes. Producer Andrew Thompson Series editor John Lynch
Thriller, the first of three contemporary love stories showing in the Love Bites season.
Starring Shirley Henderson, Sharon Small, Joe McFadden
The friendship between two women helps both to survive a harsh life in Glasgow. But the pair are drawn into a menacing world. See today's choices.
Cupid. Profit and Sykes must reunite an estranged couple in order to close a lucrative deal.
A murderer stalks a small
New England town at the turn of the century. His victims are all women with some kind of disability: women like Helen, who has been mute since childhood.
Director Robert Siodmak (1946. PG)
Blackandwhite Subtitled ..........
♦ See Films: pages 58-70 ****
2.00 Film Education The Producer's
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3.00 Film Education
3.30 Film Education
4.00 Deutsch Plus
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Hour
6.00 Exams A Curious Kind of Ritual 87330 6.30-7.00am
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