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: Teletubbies: Clogs

While TinkyWinky plays a game, Laa-Laa goes for a walk.
Shown yesterday at 10am

: Smurfs' Adventures

Woodland adventures. Repeat ....................

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

: Noah's Island

More polar bear antics. Repeat

: William's Wish Wellingtons

Cartoon.
Repeated on BBCl at 3.25pm Repeat .

: Harry and the Hendersons

The Green-Eyed Bigfoot. Harry and George bring about a surfeit of jealousy in the household. Repeat Subtitled ...

: Hawkeye

The Return. William finally comes back to FortBennington. Repeat

: Cartoon

Animated antics

: Teletubbies

Cuddles Gets Lost
Brian Cant reads to some children.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/teletubbies

: The Bells of St Mary's

Musical drama starring
Bing Crosby , Ingrid Bergman
Easy-going priest Father 0'Malley is called in to help a run-down school, but finds himself at odds with the teaching methods favoured by Sister Benedict. Director Leo McCarey (1945. U)
Black and white + See Films: pages 46-51 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Bing Crosby
Unknown: Ingrid Bergman
Director: Leo McCarey

: Working Lunch

Reports on consumer concerns..... CEEFAX: page

: Just So Stories

Today's tale is How the Whale Got His Throat. Repeat ...

: Wear It Well

Barbara Jacques and Kerry Fox look at varieties of lingerie. Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Barbara Jacques
Unknown: Kerry Fox

: Commonwealth GamesGrandstand

Coverage of the 16th Commonwealth
Games begins as Steve Rider presents live coverage of England's men in their hockey clash against Bangladesh. Plus early news of the progress of the home countries in the women's competition. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith .
Producer Sharon Lence

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider
Commentary By: Nigel Starmer-Smith
Producer: Sharon Lence

: Glynn Christian TastesRoyal Thailand

The work that goes into a banquet at
Thailand's royal palace. Repeat .
3.25 News and Regional News

: How Does Your Garden Grow?

Mark Jeffries and his expert panel solve more horticultural problems...............

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Jeffries

: Change That

Mark Curry hosts the household-contents rnakeover show from Bath.

Contributors

Presenter: Mark Curry

: Ready Steady Cook

Fern Britton oversees more against-the-clock cookery.

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton

: Esther

Guest presenter Dr Raj Persaud meets
People with diabetes and hears how they fought to stop the condition from ruining their quality of life.

Contributors

Presenter: Dr Raj Persaud

: Today's the Day

Nostalgia quiz. Subtitled ......................

: The Simpsons: Homer's Barbershop Quartet

Homer recounts his rapid ascent to superstardom as a member of a singing group. With the guest voices of George Harrison and David Crosby.
A double bill starts tomorrow at 6pm.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

[Actor]: George Harrison
[Actor]: David Crosby

: Commonwealth Games Grandstand

Sue Barker introduces a preview of the 16th Commonwealth Games, hosted by Malaysia.
England's 473-strong team will be looking to improve on 1994's third place. Plus news of the early events.
(Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter: Sue Barker

: BBC East: An Unholy Row

Last in the current-affairs series with a British-Asian perspective. An Unholy Row
The Dalai Lama , spiritual leader ofTibetan Buddhism, has courted controversy by discouraging the worship of a spirit known as Dorje Shugden.
He counters claims that he is guilty of religious intolerance and an abuse of human rights as he speaks to Rajan Datar about the furore over his decision.
A new series starts next July.
Producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Series editor
MikeFinlason Subtitled ................

Contributors

Featuring: Dalai Lama
Subject: Dolgyal Shugden and the New Kadampa Tradition.
Presenter: Rajan Datar
Producer: Gurdip Bhangoo

: The Air Show

The series exploring the world of aviation includes a report from Toulouse, where Airbus have announced a major orderfrom
British Airways. Michael Bywater sees how BA put Boeingtothe test with their new 747, and there's a reflection on 50 years of the Farnborough Air Show. With Raymond Baxter , Fenella George and Julian Tutt.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver

Contributors

Unknown: Michael Bywater
Unknown: Raymond Baxter
Unknown: Fenella George
Unknown: Julian Tutt.
Producer: Peter Hylton Cleaver

: Top Gear

Jeremy Clarkson slips behind the wheel forthe new 15-part run of the motoring magazine and road-tests the Ford Focus, while Tiff Needel sees how
Aston Martin 's latest DB7 compares with a flying Jaguar. Plus a report from Quentin Willson on used cars imported from Japan. See today's choices.
Producer Chris Richards ; Editor Jon Bentley
WEB SITE: www.topgear.beeb.com
♦ Win a small car your children will love: page 31

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: Tiff Needel
Unknown: Aston Martin
Unknown: Quentin Willson
Producer: Chris Richards
Editor: Jon Bentley

: Horizon

The documentary series returns for 20 new programmes. Sexual Chemistry
In 1992, scientists researching a drug to combat the pain of angina noticed male patients achieving erections. The drug acquired the name Viagra and became this year's chemical cause célèbre, inspiring a huge black-market trade and a tidal wave of media attention. This film chronicles the search for a cure for impotence but also asks if women's sexual problems have been stampeded in the rush to attend to male concerns.
Producer Mike Smith : Series editor
John Lynch

Contributors

Producer: Mike Smith
Editor: John Lynch

: Several Careful Owners

The history of a Bristol 400, whose former owners include an ex-rugby international.
Director/Producer Richard Pearson
Repeat

Contributors

Producer: Richard Pearson

: Third Rock from the Sun

Seven Deadly Clips. The family discuss the seven deadly sins.
Then Video Nation Shorts

Contributors

Dick Solomon: John Lithgow
Sally Solomon: Kristen Johnston
Harry Solomon: French Stewart
Tommy Solomon: Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Dr Mary Albright: Jane Curtin

: Party PoliticalBroadcast

By the Conservative Party.

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Gordon Brewer.

Contributors

Presented By: Gordon Brewer.

: Late Review

The cultural-affairs comment show returns, with host
Mark Lawson joined tonight by Rosie Boycott , Ekow Eshun and Tom Paulin. Subjects fordiscussion include Steven Spielberg 's film Saving Private Ryan and Julian Bames 's novel England, England. Producer Mark Bell
Editor Michael Poole

Contributors

Unknown: Mark Lawson
Unknown: Rosie Boycott
Unknown: Ekow Eshun
Unknown: Tom Paulin.
Unknown: Steven Spielberg
Unknown: Julian Bames
Editor: Michael Poole

: Grace under Fire

Birthin' Babies. Nadinegoes into labour at a most inconvenient moment
Followed by Holiday Weather

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12-30 Difference on Screen
1.00 Powers of the President:
Carter and Reagan THE GREATS
2.00 Scientists and Inventors
(part 5)
TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education Documenting D-Day 67527 4.30 Film Education The British Film Industry TEACHER TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite Business (part 4) OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 World of the Dragon 538552:" 6.10-7.00am Social
Scientists at Work








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