With Signing. Stereo SuM/tted......
The Te!etubbies have a messy day.
ShownyesterdayatlOam Stereo .......
Animated fun with the manic motorists. Repeat ............
Featuringa sa!mon's marathon journey, a 150-year-old gianttortoise and some dancing birds. Shown on Tuesday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Animation about a six year-o!d boy and his fantasticfootwear. Repeat .........
Stories of the toysthatcometo!ife. Repeat .....
Events in Parliament. (Stereo)
Note: a)! programmes are in stereo; repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Music Makers (ages 7-9)
9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Famous Peop/e. <-ou<sBra<</e 5741355 9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) FfsD
The Teletubbies chase Noo-noo.
Repeated next Monday Repeat Stereo.....
10.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9) 9006350 10.50 The Geography
Programme (ages 11-16) <rwest<gat)ng Bnta<n:7bunsm 9026.!.t4 11.10
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Poftraitof
Europe: Southern Spa/f) SuoMfed 505239S
11.30 Eng!ishH)e (ages 14-16)
Ro;; of Thunder, HearMyC/y (parti) 4682 12.00 Scene (ages 13-17)
Current<ssues:Dear<\/ooody (parti) - athree-part adaptation by Richard Cameron of Bertie Doherty 's nove!. ♦ Buried Treasure: pg9; Famity: pg34
Presented by Adrian Chiies. Stereo.
More Arctic adventures. Repeat ..................
Snowy capers with the little penguin. (Repeat)
Arts-and-crafts advice show. Today transforming a conservatory, howto create a papier-mâché mirror, and a !ook atcloth-weaving. Repeat Stereo..
Further coverage from the ATP tennis tournament in London, with places in tomorrow's semi-finals at stake.
Plus action from the European Indoor Athletics championships in Valencia, Spain. Producer Martin Webster including at 2.40 and 3.25 News Subtitled Regional News and Weather
The design team transform a bathroom in a Georgian town house in Che!tenham.
With Simon Biagi. Repeat Stereo...
Cookery chaNenge show. Stereo.
Esther Rantzen talks to children with extraordinary abilities and asks their
Parents what it is like to live with a young
Quiz about by gone years. Stereo ........
Homer decides to act as promoter for a waitress with a talent for singing.
Contestants contro! robot warriors in the new game show. Presented byJeremyCiarkson and Phi!ippa Forrester. with commentary by Jonathan Pearce. Director Stuart McDonatd : Series producer Stephen Carsey Repeated on Sunday
Entertainment news. presented byDanniiMinogue.
An investigation into one of the century's greatest conspiracy theories, concerning a poor French priest who found a scrap of parchment, dug up his church site and became rich overnight.
Seven-part sehes in which Janet StreetPorter walks from Dungeness,
Kent,toConway!nWa)es. tV//d Boars, aShoohng Star and atVormanKrxght. This week she teams of a p!ague of wi!d boar. meets a cha!nmai!-c!ad knight and takes tea with comic Vie Reeves. See today's choices. Executive producer Janet Street-Porter
◆ Janet Street-Porter
Questionnaire: page 18
Alan Titchmarsh gives advice on potting up pelargoniums and planting raspberries. The National Daffodil Society's Clive Postles nurtures specimens for the group's centenary. See today's choices.
Executive producer Tony Laryea Series producer Colette Poster
Stereo Subtitled .......................
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8.30pm BBC2 Whether it's planting raspberries or preparing bare-root trees, Alan Titchmarsh has expert advice on it. And if daffodils are your thing, leading daffodil breeder Clive Postles is your man. He shows off his hybridising technique from his nursery at Droitwitch in Worcestershire, where the flowers attract customers
from all around the world, each prepared to pay up to LW for a single bulb.
Back in Great Dixter, Stephen Lacey talks to trendy gardening guru Christopher Lloyd about his bold use of Michaelmas daisies, carnations and foxgloves as bedding space-fillers.
Starting a second series repeat run of the classic period comedy.
Blackadder falls in love with his new servant, Bob.
Video:The Very Best of Blackadder Â£12.99; Audio: Second, third, fourth series: Â£7.99
Reader Offer: page 54
Queen Elizabeth I:
Host Mark Lamarr and team captains Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus return with a seven-part series of the irreverent music quiz. The guests tonight are comedian Donna McPhail, singer Roachford, Cerys Matthews from Catatonia and Tommy Scott, lead singer of Space.
See today's choices. (Stereo)
The first of a six-part political comedy quiz. hosted by Clive Andersen.
Guests join captains Graeme Garden and Jeremy Hardy each week in a series of light-hearted challenges testing their abilities to be modem politicians. See today's choices.
Producer Richard Osman: Series producer Anne Marie Thorogood Repeated on Sunday at 9pm Stereo
News analysis. presented by Jeremy Paxman. subht/ed
Comedian Bill Bailey continues his journey through a surreal world via acute observations and musical parodies. (Stereo)
Stewart Lee and Richard Herring 's alternative take on the world.
(Revised repeat) (Stereo)
The innovative sketch show tonight features ta!k-show host Michael Parkinson.
Director Angle de Chasteiai Smith ; Senes producers Phi) C!art<e and Karen Rosie
Steve Winwood, James Taylor, Stereophonics, Counting Crows, Ry Cooder and Finley Quaye are Jools Holland's music guests.
Director Janet Fraser Crook: Producer Mark Cooper
The Dark Side of the Sun. Shane has recurringnightmares.
Postponed from 20 February
Repeat Stereo SubMted.......
Note: repeats are not indicated. GCSE BITESIZE