Good Morning. The foursome finish their toast in time to watch some children going for a walk.
Shown yesterday at 10am
Cartoon fun in the zoo. Repeat ..
Features on penguins in South Africa, giraffes in Kenya, and Norwegian eagles. Shown on Tuesday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Narrated byAndrewSachs. Repeat Stereo...
More adventures with the toys that come to life. Repeat
Events in parliament, stereo ......
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Music Makers (ages 9-11) 9172498 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) 9800856 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) A Woolly Jumper
Eight clouds help the Teletubbies to count when they appear in Teletubbyl and. RepeatednextMonday Repeat Stereo....
10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9) The Legend of the Lost Keys: The Watchers
Stereo Subtitled 4241479 10.50 Belief File:
Believe It or Not (ages 11-14) Judaism: Family Stereo Subtitled 4254943 11.10
Landmarks (ages 9-12) The Caribbean Islands: Work Stereo
11.30 English File (ages 14-16) Death of a Salesman (part 3) Stereo
12.00 Scene (ages 13-17) GCSE Drama: The People Are the Forest written by Douglas Hodge and Peter Searles
More reports on important issues affecting consumers and businesses.
Presented by Adrian Childs. Stereo.
Icy animated fun atthe North Pole. Repeat ...
The last programme in the series raiding the BBC archives fortravel and cookery highlights travels to southern Italy to visit Naples, the Sorrento coast and to marvel at examples of Sicilian architecture. Plus the final course of Valentina Harris 's
Italian Regional Cookery. Stereo.
Action from the singles quarter-finals as coverage continues from the Guild Hall in Preston of the World Indoor Bowls championships. Commentary by Jimmy Davidson , David Rhys-Jones , John Bell and Mal Hughes. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly. Including at 2.40 and 3.25 News Regional News and Weather
John Inverdale introduces further action from the Australian Open at Melbourne
Park, featuring highlights of the second of the men's singles semi-finals. Plus news of the women's doubles final.
Commentary comes from John Barrett ,
Bill Threlfall and Mark Cox. Live coverage of the women's singles final commences at2.15am.
With the 18th Olympic Winter Games set to start a week tomorrow in Nagano, Japan, Steve Rider and Sue Barker present a look back at the history of the event.
Robin Cousins , figure-skating champion in 1980, and legendary ice-dance duo Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are among
Britons recalling their triumphs. Director/Producer Mark Wilkin
British climbers Tony Howard and Di Taylor tackle two contrasting routes around the Wadi Rum in the Jordanian desert. This is climbing in the grandest of settings - the Wadi Rum is a mixture of red, yellow and ochre sandstone formed in large domes and cliffs up to 1,200 ft high.
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A Reformed Character? Fred's new wife decides to tackle his image, but he insists on keeping his oily cap, which, in return, lays him low with a head affliction.
Director/Producer Don Howorth
Helen Yemm helps Gerrie and Neill Lebbell to restore neglected borders, while, in the organic garden, Jojo Norris shows Jani and Rob White howto plant their fruit garden. See today's choices. Director Andrew Gosling ; Producers Andrew Gosling and Gay Search
* See Alan Titchmarsh : page 37
Edmund pushes his claims for the hand of one of Europe's most eligible princesses.
The Black Adder:
The satirical show takes a comic look back over the week's news, and follows the programme's own celebrity phenomenon, The Dummies, ontheircontinuing journey to stardom. Starring Armando Iannucci ,
Peter Baynham and David Schneider. Director Steve Bendelack Producer Sarah Smith
Repeated on Sunday Stereo......
Comedy series exploring the lives of three London flatmates.
Matthew falls for his beautiful neighbour, Laura, while Martin decides to consu It a lawyer about the custody of baby Rosie.
Written by Bernadette Davis ; Director John Stroud ; Producer Sioned Wiliam Repeated tomorrow (not Scotland)
Then Video Nation Shorts
With KirstyWark. subtmed.
Tonight's entries are
John Humphries 's version of Gogol's classic DiaryofaMadman; Aileen Ritchie 's romance
Double Nougat, starring
Pauline Quirke ; Tim Loane 's Dance Lexie Dance, a tale of fatherhood and Irish dancing, and Brendan Byrne 's cartoon film PuddyCat. Presented by Mark Lawson. The winning film will be decided tomorrow evening.
Amongthe performers featured tonight on the experimental sketch show are impressionist Simon Lipson and Kevin Eldon. Producer Karen Rosie : Series producer
Crime drama. FBI agent
Dave Elliotgoes undercover as he relentlessly pursues
JW Keaton, who is regarded as "public enemy number one".
Director Edward LCahn (1935)
Black and white
+ See Films: pages 46-51 ***
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John Inverdale introduces live coverage of the women's singles final from the Australian Open at Melbourne Park.
Martina Hingis created history last year when she became the youngest ever winner of a Grand Slam tournament in the open era. Commentary by John Barrett. Producer Barbara Slater ; Editor
Philip Bernie Stereo ..........