7.00 Teletubbies: Animals: Snails
Andy Brown and some children look for snails and Po goes to sleep in Tinky Winky's bed.
Shown yesterday at 10am
7.25 Tom and Jerry Kids
New Series A triple bill of cartoon adventures with the cat-and-mouse duo, joined by Droopy the Dog and his son Dripple (S)
7.50 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
8.15 Yogi's Treasure Hunt
Fortune-seeking with Yogi and Boo-Boo. (Repeat)
8.35 Poddington Peas
Parliamentary events. stereo .....
Note: all programmes are in stereo; repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Susanne (ages 14-16) Folge2
-drama series in German. 5839664 9.30 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+) Christianity: Jesus 3236596 9.45 Numbertime(ages 4-6) More or Less: Two More
10.00 Teletubbies Numbers: 3. The
Teletubbies go for a walk and watch some children learn about the numberthree.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Art Start:
Printing 9118664 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) The Earth and Beyond: Out of This World 8249886 11.05 Space Ark (ages7-ll) The Earth and Beyond: the WaterCycle 9688935 11.15 ZigZag
(ages 7-9) Art: Line and Shape and Form 5934225 11.35 History File (ages 13-16) First World War Subtitled 4 705206 12.00 Core Skills (ages 16+)
Presented by Adrian Chiles. Stereo. CEEFAX: page
1.00 Fireman Sam Animated adventures in the village of Pontypandy. Narrated by JohnAlderton. Repeat ..............
Highlights from the Crucible in Sheffield of this morning's quarter-final matches as coverage continues of the world snooker championship. Introduced by Dougie Donnelly.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament, plus the latest news and views from in and around Westminster.
Regional News and Weather
Further quarter-final action from Sheffield. Hosted by David Vine. Commentary by Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo , Dennis Taylor , Jim Meadowcroft ,
John Spencer and John Parrott. Stereo.
The Intemational Handicap Chase at 6pm, won last year by Cumbrian Challenge, forms the focus for a three-race national hunt card from Ascot, with other races at
5.30 and 6.30. Introduced byClare Balding, with Richard Pitman.
Peter Scudamore. Graham Rock and Jonathan Powell. Commentary by Jim McGrath.
Executive producer Malcolm Kemp Stereo.
Live coverage of this evening's quarter-final action from the Crucible in Sheffield. Presented by David Vine.
For the Love of Stephen A film first shown on BBC East opens a 13-part run of documentaries and investigations from the BBC Regions. Stephen Kirby was terribly burned and died of his injuries six weeks after trying, in vain, to save his son Alexander when fire broke out on a family holiday in France.
His widow Kim has fought for a national skin bank, so others might have a better chance of surviving burns. Chris Mohr reports. See today's choices. Producer Dick Meadows
The heritage and architecture show returns for an eight-part series, beginning with a glimpse of the restoration performed on the Albert Memorial. Lucinda Lambton tours Sunnycroft. a Victorian house in Shropshire left untouched for generations, while actor Sir Derek Jacobi returns to Devon, where he spent happy family holidays with his parents in the forties. Presented by Kirsty Wark. See today's choices.
Series editor Basil Comely Stereo . ♦ See Polly Toynbee : page 10
Continuingthe series with tips on buying and caring for antiques. Dennis Severs opens the Spitalfields home that he has been restoringfor30 years to reflect life in Georgian times and DJ Paul Gambaccini explains why he wants to own the suit that once belonged to rock 'n' roll star Bo Diddley. Plus a look at why garden gnomes are causing a commotion and a guide to buying kitchen ranges. Presented by Francine Stock , with Tim Wonnacott ,
David Dickinson and Madeline Marsh.
Series producer Jane Lomas ; Series editor Mark Hill WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques/ ♦ Gnome Economics: page 7
Anarchists lurk in every cupboard and actors in every coffee house. Which of these dangerous elements poses the greater threat to the Prince Regent?
The Roman Way of War
The historical documentary series continues with a look at the two great wars led by the Roman Emperor Trajan against the people of Dacia.
No written documentation of this campaign survives, but its story is depicted in stone on Trajan's Column, a monument that has towered above Rome foralmost2,000 years.
Using this sculptured frieze as a starting point, the film retraces the steps of Trajan's army and the course of the wars, and uncovers the military secrets of an empire founded on war. Producer William Cran ; Editor
A look at the Ginkgo, survivor of the Ice Age and the oldest known tree species in the world today.
It is regarded as probably the most importanttree in Kew
Gardens, but its pungent aroma has seen it banned from many public areas in the USA.
Producer Robert Payton : Executive producer Clare Paterson The series continues tomorrow Stereo
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
A roundup of all the stories from day 11 of the wortd championship at the Crucible. With
Dougie Donnelly. Stereo.................
Political debate. Stereo.....
Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Empowerment 98349 1.00 Living with Cracks 10610 1.30 Inspection by Torchlight SCHOOLS
2.00 Expressive Arts LANGUAGES
4.00 Central Bureau
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 MarinMersenne The Birth of Modem Geometry 8450392 6.10 DevelopmentAid
6.35-7.00am Money Grows on Trees
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