Turban. TheTubbies find out how a turban is put on. Shown yesterday at 10am
Cartoon adventures. Repeat.......
More young achievers.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Animated fun in space with Yogi Bear..................
More dinosaur adventures. Repeat ....
Repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) 1956104 9.30 Pathways of Belief (ages
7-9+) Judaism: the Family 8054949 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Becky goes for a ride on a tram.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am Repeat ........
10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6)
10.45 Marsalis on Music (ages 12+)
8435104 11.40 Watch Out (ages 7-11)
11.55 Teaching Today
Adventures with the schoolboy superhero. Repeat ..
Ercole Moroni discusses flowers.
On the eve of the Lord' s Test, David Gower meets key members of the England and South Africa squads. Plus a report on the increasing burden of county captaincy, the role of the sport's 12th man, and a profile of Warwickshire opening batsman Nick Knight. ....
Quiz, with Martyn Lewis
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage from the House of Commons of Prime Minister's Question Time.
Editor Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.
Regional News and Weather
Clare Balding and Willie Carson introduce live coverage from Ascot of the one-mile
Royal Hunt Cup at 4.20pm
World domination beckons for the Demon Headmaster after the egg hatches.
Based on books by Gillian Cross, adapted by Helen Cresswell
Konnie Huq has an update on the Romanian Orphanage Trust, for which a 1990 Blue Peter appeal raised over Â£6.5 million - a record for the programme.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.50am
Shownatl2.30pmonBBCl Subtitled ..
A double bill of animated comedy. Homer Defined. Homer prevents a nuclear disaster. Featuring the voice of Magic Johnson.
Brush with Greatness. Marge paints a nude portrait of Mr Burns. Featuring the voice of Ringo Starr.
Clues. Following a blackout, the Enterprise crewdiscoverthat Data appears to be lying to them. Repeat Star Trek: Voyager is tomorrow at 6.45pm
The history behind the week's headlines, with Mark Urban.
As work continues on the Millennium project at Greenwich, a look at the British obsession with domes as sites of national celebration, from the rejected
Isambard Kingdom Brunel design for the Great Exhibition of 1851 to the Dome of Discovery at the 1951 Festival of Britain. And, as the summer solstice approaches, there's an evaluation of the beliefs of modern druids.
The last in the series that unearths the secrets of ordinary homes visits the Whistlefield Inn on the shores of Loch Eck , Argyllshire. Investigations reveal the inn's history is awash with tales of murder and smuggling and has been touched by such events as the Charge of the Light Brigade and the Jacobite uprising of 1745. Presented by Juliet Morris , with resident experts Judith Miller and Mac Dowdy. DirectorTim Dunn ; Series editor
The interior-design magazine is in Brighton forthe final of its Young Designer of the Year competition. The three finalists, all under 30, havejust three days and a limited budget to decorate identical empty living rooms. Tessa Shaw hosts, and Anne McKevitt , Peter Plaskitt and Jocasta Innesjudge. Last in the series. A compilation tracing the conversion of the Lewsey barn is set for 7 July, and a new series is planned for November. Series producer FrannyMoyle BBC MAGAZINE: BBCGoodHomes. priceL2
9.00 The Health Visitor
Health visitors working in the area of child care have to gain parental confidence while addressing the child's interests.
In Gloucester, where the health-visitor budget is under the threat of a substantial cut, Trish Green and Angella Pinto dispense professional advice and support to families, including a mother struggling to cope with a two-year-old who is proneto temper tantrums.
Director Fran Landsman Subtitled 4422 72
9.40 Survival Guide
Dyslexia. There's more to dyslexia than a problem with spelling. It affects co-ordination, organisational skills and short-term memory. Children, parents and professionals talk about living with the condition.
Director Tuppence Stone
9.50-10.30 Every Breath You Take Afterseeingoffmany killer conditions overthe first half of the century, medicine faces a new menace - asthma - which affects one-and-a-half million British children.
Asthmatic children talk about their experiences -emotional and physical - in dealing with a disorder whose victims have doubled since the seventies. Is enough being done to find a cure? Director Clare Hughes The Children's Health season continues tomorrow with a Survival Guide on immunisation at 9.30pm
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Vigorous training is Robbie Reid 's way of preparing to defend his world super-middleweight boxing title. Dougie's concept of preparation for a game of Sunday league football consists of a pint ortwo of beer
Football greats discuss their careers. Repeat
Followed by Weatherview
Political chat show.............
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Acid Politics
28031 1.30 Magnetic Fields in Space SCHOOLS
WORLD CUP FRENCH
4.00 The New Get by in French
(part2)-travel and survival. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update
Relieving the Pressure
5.30 RCN Nursing Update Clear, Clean and CFC Free
5.45 Nerves 4428470 6.10 Insect
Hormones 7806944 6.35-7.00am
Regulation and Control