Tropical Fish. Tinky
Winky pretends to swim
More forest frolics with the blue folk. Repeat.
Remarkable facts from the animal world, featuring wolves, zebras, and animals that used to inhabit Britain. With Michaela Strachan.
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More polar bear antics. Repeat
The king decides to charge a small fee to see his garden.
Repeated at 3.25pm on BBCl Repeat.
Animation about toys that come to life. Repeat
Introduced by Steve Rider.
9.00 Boxing The start of the quarter-final bouts, with commentary by Jim Neilly.
9.20 Gymnastics The individual apparatus finals, with the men's floor, women's vault, men's pommel and women's asymmetric bars. Commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
9.45 Cricket The first semi-final.
10.30Athletics Including the heptathlon (shot put), the men's triple-jump qualifiers and the men's 3,000m steeplechase. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Christina Boxer.
General secretary John Monks delivers his keynote speech to the Trades Union
Congress in live coverage from Blackpool. With Diana Madill and Steve Richards.
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Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.00 Athletics Including coverageofthe
200m element of the heptathlon, plus the women's 5,000m semi-finals.
1.10 Swimming Coverage ofthe women's 4xl00m medley final.
Plus highlights of England's men in their hockey clash with Pakistan and their female counterparts against Wales, the men's squash final and the women's bowls singles. Commentary by Nigel Starmer-Smith , Cathy Harris , Tony Gubba , David Vine and Eric Hayton , with reports from Garry Richardson.
2.10 News and Regional News
This afternoon's agenda at the TUC includes debates on the economy, the NHS and public spending. Presented by Diana Madill and Steve Richards , with Labour MP Phil Woolas
3.55 News and Regional News
The design roadshowvisits Ragley Hall in Warwickshire.
Fern Britton presents another culinary time-trial challenge. Subtitled .....
Former policeman Billy Burns explains his decision to forgive an armed robber who shot him in the face as guest presenter Kaye Adams talks to people who have found the strength to confront painful events from the past. subtitled ...
Having annoyed Principal Skinner once too often, Bart is sent to France on an exchange programme. In return, the Simpsons welcome the seemingly perfect Adil into their home.
Desmond Lynam introduces highlights from Malaysia on the first day of athletics competition. Newly crowned European champion Denise Lewis began her defence of the heptathlon title, plus the men's and women's 100m heats, the women's hammerfinal and the men's 10,000m final. Six swimming titles were contested today, as well as squash and hockeyaction. subtitled.
Teams from the Open University and Lancaster compete for a place in the second round.
Quizmaster is Jeremy Paxman. DirectorVernon Antcliff; Producer
The Cambridge Eight. Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson
Wright accept an invitation to prepare a celebratory meal for the Cambridge fi rst boat crew.
The rowers' record-breaking victory in the Boat Race is toasted with rabbit served with smoked bacon and sorrel, accompanied by peas cooked with spring onions and hearts of lettuce. The feast continues with cheese-and-honey pie and a classic Spanish dish of Asturian bean-and-sausage soup.
Director Spike Geilinger ; Series producer
The first of six documentaries that put people with strongly held moral values and/or political convictions together with those who hold equally firm but opposing viewpoints.
Dee-dee Dobel, a Conservative councillor whose heroine is Margaret Thatcher, spends a week with New Age travellers Dan, Zana and son Jake.
See today's choices.
Continuing the documentary series that takes a look at people and issues involved with the arts and popular culture. The People's Painting
What sort of art appeals not to the critics but to ordinary Britons? Russian-American artists Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid commissioned a survey to learn what the public prefers to hang in its homes, then travelled around
Britain to establish overall preferences and prejudices.
Their ultimate aim is to create a popular and truly British painting. Director Chris Grandlund ; Series editor Michael Poole
* See Polly Toynbee: page 10
Beginning a four-part series in which Jonathan Miller looks at how artists use reflections and - mirrors in their paintings. Miller explores how children learn to recognise their images in mirrors and how this helps them to form a sense of self; he uses such paintings as Velasquez's Rokeby Venus as illustration.
EXHIBITION: Mirror Image opens today at London's National Gallery, running until 13 December. Guest curator Jonathan Miller.
News analysis, presented by Gordon Brewer.
Live coverage from London's
Shepherd's Bush Empire as an eclectic array of artists vie for
1998's album of the year award.
The 12 entrants are the Verve,
Pulp, Massive Attack,
Eliza Carthy , Gomez, 4 Hero, Asian
Dub Foundation, John Surman , Catatonia, Robbie Williams ,
Comershop and Propellerheads. Includes a selection of live performances by some of those shortlisted. Presented by TraceyMacLeod.............. Another Mercury Music Prize programme wi 1 be shown next Saturday
Animated adventures with the chihuahua and his feline
Sidekick. Repeat Subtitled.
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Plant Growth Regulators
88524 1.00 Flowering 24475 1.30 Patterns in Green
Toyah Willcox explores pop art. LANGUAGES
4.00 Get By in German SBUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update: Gender Matters-Women's Health
5.45 Renewable Energies
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