Cafe Eggs. The
Teletubbies watch a boy peel some eggs for an egg mayonnaise sandwich.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................
Age fun with Fred and Barney......
Children's magazine presented by Stuart Miles , KatyHill, Richard Bacon and Konnie Huq. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Cartoon capers with the groovy ghost.........................
The hairy neolithic has fun on April Fools' Day. Repeat ...
The latest political news and events from Westminster. ....
Repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Go for Seaside 4687839 9.25 Job Bank (ages 14+) Supermarket Assistant 4759346 9.35 Job Bank (ages 14+) Pattern Cutter 8424704 9.45 Come
Outside (ages 4-5) Butterflies
Drumming with Norris TinkyWinkywakes up the others by dancing on the roof of Home Hill and they all watch some children playing the drum. Repeated tomorrow at 7am Repeat WEB SITE: www. bbc.co.uk/education/teletubbies
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) Beverley
Hills reads Peace at Last and Finishthe
Story, Dad. 7220097 10.45 Teaching Today: Science and Technology Equal Opportunities in Primary Science and IT
762538 11.15 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Danger Detectors -Safety Inside 1744297 11.35 Techno Making It-the Kart
11.55 Lifeschool (ages 14+) D Is for Divorce
Consumer news and business reports, presented by Adrian Chiles
Cartoon tales of family of monsters and their friends
Elspeth and Angus. Thirsty-ness meets a part-time witch. Repeat..............
Animated fairy adventures with Gisele and Martin.
The Hood/urn. Anxious to win the "Soldier of the Month" prize of a five-day pass,
Bilko is horrified when an insubordinate recruit is assigned to his platoon.
Black and white Repeat..................
Live coverage from Edgbaston of this afternoon's play in the first of five Tests between England and South Africa.
Introduced by Tony Lewis. ...........
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament. Subtitled ..................
Regional News and Weather
Continued live coverage from Edgbaston of the first day's play between England and South Africa, with commentary by Richie Benaud , David Gower , Chris Broad and Barry Richards. ...................
Prime Factors. The crew of Voyager make contact with a charming, hospitable race known as the Sikarians, and come into conflict with the Prime Directive.
Repeat Subtitled .................. Star Trek is tomorrow at 6.25pm
Captain Kathryn Janeway:
Lt Tom Paris:
Cult cat-and-dog animation. The Royal Canadian Kilted
Yaksmen. Ren and Stimpy brave thejungle, desert and snow of Canada on a hazardous mission.
Diane-Louise Jordan and Mike Embley
head alongthe AlOto Cambridgeshire in search of ideas for summer days out. Along thewaytheytake in skating at Alexandra Park ice rink, and go BMX bike racing in Royston. Director Sukai Eccleston
Producer Susie Worster .................
REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
Letterewe. Cameron McNeish is joined by John Mackenzie , a man who shares his enthusiasm forthe uninhabited landscape of the Scottish Highlands.
Together they embark on a four-day, 30-mile scramble during treacherous weather over the notoriously exposed ridge of the mountain An Teallach.
Director/Series producer Richard Else
Repeat Subtitled ......................
The consumer series that looks at all aspects of buying, selling and owning homes. This week
Quentin Willson joins an estate agency training scheme, Paul Higgins meets the neighbours you don't want, and Margherita Taylordiscovers how single women are getting into the property game. Plus the Wiltshire villagers who are building their own street. Seetoday's choices. Executive producer Mark Hill ; Series producer TracyJeune Subtitled .... BOOKLET: price L3.50. Send a cheque. payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] Credit card orders: telephone [number removed].
Updatingthe lives of individuals first seen in Doctors to Be.
Bitter Medicine. Hopes and dreams are soured by reality.
Becoming a doctor has already cost John his marriage, and now he is stuck in a dead-endjob.
Nick discovers to his alarm that his radiology training may not be up to scratch - and his final exams arejust sixweeks away. Series producerTessa Livingstone
Executive producer Sarah Hargreaves
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
The last of three programmes telling the history of Arctic exploration.
The Cold Front. The airmen of the thirties dreamt that one day the Arctic would become the crossroads of the northern hemisphere. Instead it became a vital battleground during the Second World War when German weathermen fought secret battles with Allied troops on remote Arctic islands. When the war ended the military buiId up continued as Soviet and American generals planned Cold War battles over the North Pole. See today's choices.
Producer Mick Conefrey ; Executive producer Clare Paterson Subtitled ....
BBC BOOK: Icemen: A History of the Mic and Its Explorers Â£12.99 from bookshops
Nowhere was the Cold War more frigid than in the Arctic, as the final programme in this absorbing series shows. It surveys attempts to make use of the region's strategic value as the shortest route between America and the former USSR.
Early forays included Sir Hubert Wilkins's attempt to go under the icepack in a second-hand submarine. The Second World War brought conflict as far north as Spitsbergen, 600 miles from the Pole as Norwegians and Germans sought to maintain weather stations to provide meteorological information.
But it was the Cold War that saw the real militarisation of the region, with the USA's chain of early-warning radar stations and the USSR's ice stations. The key to supremacy lay under the ice, as Wilkins had dreamt 30 years earlier.
PICK OF THE REST
Crime Beat (8pm BBC1) How countryside residents are hitting back at rural crime Keeping Mum (8.30pm BBC1) Peggy is throwing a party for Richard tonight
Doctors at Large (9pm BBC2) All is not going well for radiologist Nick Hollings
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The Go-Between (12.05am BBC1) ****
Former keepers of a Dodge ambulance reminisce aboutthe Second World War, willow trees, and rare breeds of poultry. Last in the series. Director Ed Taylor ; Producer
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Richie Benaud introduces highlights from the first day's play at Edgbaston between
England and South Africa.
Followed by Holiday Weather
Informal late-night discussion of current political issues....
Note: repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Flexible Work-Insecure
Lives 92389 1.00 Images over India 14650 1.30 Water Is for
TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education Screening Histories 11679 4.30 Film
Education Masterclass on Production with Sally Hibbin
5.00 The Literacy Hour
5.45 Bangkok A City Speaks
Subtitled 4820834 6.10-7.00am
The Politics of Equal Opportunity