Eggs. Children hunt for chocolate eggs.
Shown yesterday at 10am
Animated adventures. Repeat
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Job Bank (ages 14+) 4390351 9.20 Job Bank (ages 14+) 4398239 9.30
Pathways of Bel ief (ages 7-9+)
9.45 Numbertime (ages 4-6)
10.00 Turban. TheTubbies watch a boy making a turban.
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) 7321041 10.45 The Geography Programme (ages 13-16) 6336968 11.10 ZigZagTechnology(ages 7-9) 1449790 11.30 Teaching Today
7103 12.00 Key Skills (ages 16+)
Presented by Adrian Chiles CEEFAX: page
Voiced by Richard Briers and Alan Bennett. Repeat.25543055
The history of dolls' houses
Childhood Dreams. Bernard Cribbins narrates a story of two friends' fishing fanaticism. Repeat
Nostalgia quiz. .........................
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament. Subtitled ..................
Regional News and Weather
Coverage of the St James 's Palace
Stakes at 3.45, featuring the eagerly awaited clash between Victory Note and Desert Prince, plus the 4.20 race.
Ice Falls. Climber Alessandro Crudo 's attemptto scale the frozen face of Mont
Blanc. Repeat Subtitled ...............
Musical starring Howard Keel
When a young Oregon rancher brings his new wife back home, she is horrified to find that she has to look after his six unruly brothers. Eventuallythe boys realise that they need wives of theirown.
Director Stanley Donen (1954, U)
♦ See Films: pages 62-69 ***** ♦ The Cup runneth over: page 60
Draz decides to design a new type of skate and is told by Di to consider a career in industrial design. Lee sees the results of a confidential IQ test and tells everyone who it was that came bottom of the class. Kurt becomes Anita's fitness trainer but finds he has a competitorfor the position. Subtitled ......
Stacking up Trouble
A film first shown on BBC South continues the documentary series from the BBC Regions. As thousands look forward to jetting off for the sun this summer, air-traffic controllers warn that their safety is being compromised as congestion in the skies continues to spiral.
They describe how stress and the sheer volume of flights have led to near collisions and claim that information concerning high-risk situations has been suppressed so as not to endanger the increase in the number of arrivals into London.
Producer JennyCraddock Subtitled .
The heritage and architecture series continues as Kirsty Wark argues for a meaningful monument to Diana, Princess of Wales. Dan Cruickshank advocates the preservation of disused military bases, and Lucinda Lambton revels in the lakes and miniature temples of an ornamental farm at Larchill in Ireland. See today's choices.
Series editor Basil Comely
Concludingthe series with tips on buying and caring for antiques. Francine Stock investigates the elegant dining customs of former age in the vaults of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Tim Wonnacott offers advice on identifying reproductions, and Madeleine Marsh learns the basics of haggling at a huge annual market in Lille, France.
Plus a look at a Modigliani painting coming up for sale at
L6 million and howto spruce up gardening implements that have fallen into disrepair. A new series begins in September.
Series producer Jane Lomas : Series editor Mark Hill
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques
9.00 One in 20 In the thirties, a British child's chance of dyi ng from a common infection was ten times what it is today. This account of the effect medical progress has had upon child mortality describes how the introduction of penicillin and a host of other antibiotics revolutionised the approach to tackling previously fatal diseases.
Plus a look at the postwar work of Dr Beryl Corner , who delivered the world's s fi rst quadruplets to be born by Caesarean. See today's choices. Director Steven Clarke Subtitled.
9.50-10.30 Spoonface Steinberg
Atelevisionfilm version of Lee Hall 's award-winning radio play.
Spoonface is seven years old, Jewish, autistic-and terminally ill with cancer.
As she tries to come to terms with the meaning of life and death, she draws inspiration from the prisoners in the Nazi concentration camps who died with dignity and their spirit unbowed. See today's choices.
Producers Simon Curtis and Suzan Harrison Director Betsan Morris Evans
* Spoonface's final bow: page 4 The season continues tomorrow at 9pm with The Health Visitor
Voice of Spoonface:
News analysis, presented by KirstyWark.
Nothin' Personal. Thirteen-year-old Kevin dreams of being a champion boxer, while Mexican foreign student Erica is part of a ballroom dancing team. As they prepare for competition, which of them will manage to packthe hardest punch? ...............
More football greats recall their glory days. Repeat Subtitled.
Informal political debate...
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Hotel Hilbert
1.00 Software Surgery
91384 1.30 Finding a Balance SCHOOLS
WORLD CUP FRENCH
4.00 The New Get by in French (partl)-traveltips. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 Fluid Flows 4468098 6.10
Packaging Culture 7839272 6.35-