Hair Braiding. Dipsy sings a song to Tinky Winky.
Shown yesterday at 10am
7.25 Dink, the Little Dinosaur
Animated double bill
7.50 Blue Peter
A compilation of items. Shown Yesterday 5.10 BBC1 Subtitled
8.15 Willy Fog
Cartoon adventures. Repeat Subtitled
8.35 King Greenfingers
Cartoon fun for younger viewers. Repeat
Concluding the two-part pilot episode.
Elizabeth wants Hawkeye to help her find her missing husband. A rerun of the series starts tomorrow 9.10am. Repeat.
Kittens. TheTubbies watch three boys play with pet kittens.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am
Suzanne Pleshette , Ian McShane
A party of Americans arrive at
Heath row airport, all set for a tour of Europe. But things soon get out of hand.
Director Mel Stuart (1969) Subtitled . * See Films: pages 48-53 **
The Twitch. Colonel Hall has a plan to curb gambling at Fort Baxter.
Black and white Repeat
Business and consumer news.......
Spy drama starring
Humphrey Bogart , Mary Astor
Rick Leland is given afake dishonourable discharge from the US army and is assigned to track down suspected enemy agents. Director John Huston (1942)
Black and white ............................. ♦ See Films: pages 48-53
Cookerytips. Subtitled .................
Live reports on all the day's business in Parliament.
Drama starring Brian Dennehy
Not long after he has admitted an affair to his wife, architect Sam Mercer 's lover is diagnosed as being terminally ill.
DirectorTomMcLoughlin(1994,12) * See Films: pages 48-53 ***
Head gardener Harry Dodson tackles the Septemberjobs. Repeat Subtitled .
Practical advice on buying antiques, presented by Ian MacMillan
Making flowers from sugar paste.
US comedy about a streetwise young man. Repeat ..........
Lee helps Sarah to realise her dream of a romance with Ryan. Kurt is dismayed to learn that
Paul is gay.
In a special edition, hip-hop veterans the Beastie Boys talk abouttheirnew album, plus there's concert footage of the group atthe Tibetan Freedom Festival in Washington DC. Director Mark Downie ; Executive producer
Paul Smith ............................
New Labour: New Woman
A film first shown on BBC West continues the documentary series from the BBC Regions. This programme tells the story of a Bristol city councillor. In May 1997 David Spry was elected. Six months later he announced his plans to become a woman, and stated that he wished to be known as Rosalind Mitchell.
This film looks at how Rosalind is treated by constituents and colleagues, and follows her as she spends a year living as a woman in preparation forthe surgery that will complete her gender-reassignment treatment. ProducerLindaOrr Subtitled ..........
Beginninga rerun of the last series of the cookery programme, with Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright.
A Cocktail Party. Thepairare invited to the Brazilian embassy in Mayfair, London, to prepare canapes for a cocktail party.
Their menu includes devils on horseback, bolinos de bacalhau (Portuguese cod cakes) and acaraje (Brazilian bean fritters). Producer Patricia Llewellyn ; Executive producer Peter Gillbe Another edition tomorrow at 8pm Repeat Subtitled .
Gardening challenge series in which Alan Titchmarsh, Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh have just two days to transform gardens without the knowledge of their owners.
Dawn Frogson from Lincolnshire wants to surprise her husband, Andrew, on his 40th birthday, and calls in the team to turn a concrete patch into an outdoor, Tuscan-style dining area. See today's choices. Producer John Thornicroft : Executive producer Carol Haslam Subtitled. BOOKLET: send a cheque/postal order for Â£3 to [address removed]
Week by week viewers of the last series of Home Front, the interior-design magazine, followed the renovation of a derelict 18th-century barn in Norfolk and its conversion into a stylish family home. This special edition celebrates the completion of the project with owners
Anthony and Caroline Lewsey , HomeFront's regularteamof designers and presenter Tessa Shaw , and looks back overthe challenges the task presented. See today's choices.
Producers Edward Bazalgette and Paul Tucker ; Series producer Franny Moyle
♦ This Week: page 7
Count Down. Mrs Chambers has grandiose plans for
Thelma's wedding to Bob, but the men decide to rebel.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Producer James Gilbert
Continuing the comedy-drama series about a family's experience of the World Cup. Terry is at the wheel and may head for Paris. Owen dares to express his views about football. Forcast see Sunday Nextepisodeon
Friday at 11.20pm Subtitled ....
Presented by Gordon Brewer.
Chat show in which Ruby Wax hosts an intimate dinner party with celebrity guests. The next edition istomorrow at 11.15pm ..........................
Followed by Weatherview
Another late-night session of informal political debate...
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 The Film -Joyride
1.00 Living with Technology WINDRUSH
2.00 Black Women
WORLD CUP FRENCH
4.00 The French Experience 1 (9-12)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 The Birth of Calculus
9880311 6.10 Mind Readers
Subtitled 7177934 6.35-7.00am