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: Teletubbies

Rangoli. A boy makes decorations forthe Hindu festival of Diwali. Shown yesterday at 10am ..................

: Smurfs' Adventures

Morefunwith the little blue folk. Repeat

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday, 5.10pm BBC1

: Albert the Fifth Musketeer

Cartoon adventures. Repeat

: The Greedysaurus Gang

Repeated at 3.25pm on BBC1 Repeat.

: Harry and the Hendersons

The Outing. Harry is impounded by an animal controller. Repeat ...........

: School programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Voces Espanolas (ages 14-16) Home and Environment 8164707 9.30 Clementine (ages 14-16) C'estPas
Juste! 9288078 9.45 Numbertime 1-10 (ages 4-6) NumberTwo

: Teletubbies

Frogs. Two children look for frogs in a pond and Laa-Laa looks at flowers. Repeated tomorrow at 7am

: School programmes

10.30 Watch(ages5-7) Ourselves-Me 9497610 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) People- Horses forcourses
6636900 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11)
People -How Life Begins 2091894 11.15 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Five Times
Subtitled 7380417 11.35 Watch: Music - theSongCatcher(ages5-7) Work Calypso 7319233 11.50 HistoryFile (ages 11-13) Black Peoples of the Americas Subtitled 7329610 12.10 Belief File-Issues (ages 14-19) Belief and Suffering

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news.......

: Wishing

Animation. Repeat

: Sophie Grigson's Herbs

This afternoon Sophie Grigson uses basil in recipes for pesto and a tomato, sweetcorn and basil soup.........


Unknown: Sophie Grigson

: The Countryside Hour

Bob Langleyvisits Skye , the largest of the Inner Hebrides and home to otters, white-tail sea eagles and alpine plants. Series producer Mike Finlason
Executive producer Fiona Pitcher SUPPORT MATERIAL: To obtain the 48-page guide accompanying the series, send a cheque for £4. 00, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] CEEFAX: page


Unknown: Bob Langleyvisits Skye
Producer: Mike Finlason
Producer: Fiona Pitcher

: Labour Party Conference

Further coverage of the day's events in Blackpool, including the address by Prime Minister Tony Blair.


Unknown: Tony Blair.

: Change That

The design roadshow visits Ragley Hall in Warwickshire. subtitled ..............


Unknown: Ragley Hall

: Ready Steady Cook

Cookery challenge. Subtitled ......

: Lowri

Under discussion today is the fostering of children. Lowri Turner meets families who reveal how fosteringchanged their lives, while other guests, includingformer athlete Kriss Akabusi , talk about theirexperiences as foster children.


Unknown: Kriss Akabusi

: Today's the Day

Quizwith Martyn Lewis.


Unknown: Quizwith Martyn Lewis.

: Heartbreak High

Draz is becoming increasingly jealous of Kurt and Anita's relationship, and Nikki develops a new-found faith in astrology.

: Conference Talk

Andrew Neil presents a live phone-in with the politicians making the news. Plus a roundup of the day's events at the Labour party conference in Blackpool.
Contactdetails Monday Subtitled..


Unknown: Andrew Neil

: Just One Chance

The consumer education magazine, presented by Martin Bashir.
Tonight's edition tests the government's plans to cut down traffic congestion during the school run by asking parents to try alternatives such as walking and carsharing. Plus a look at the information technology revolution in schools. With Liz Kershaw
. Seetoday'schoices. Senior producer Hilary Rosen ; Series producer Sandy Smith


Presented By: Martin Bashir.
Unknown: Liz Kershaw
Producer: Hilary Rosen
Producer: Sandy Smith

: Upper Crust

Society photographer Christopher Sykes continues his culinary tour of British stately homes.
This week he visits Heydon Hall in Norfolk, once a Cromwellian stronghold and now home to the Bulwer-Longfamily. There he visits an ancient building once used to provide iceforthe kitchen, and hunts for crabs in the nearby village of Cromer.
The family's retired cook returns to the kitchen to reveal some of herculinary secrets, preparing chicken chaud froid, which she once cooked forQueen Mary, and traditional summer pudding. Director Dominic Cyriax ; Producer
Caroline Turner


Unknown: Christopher Sykes
Unknown: Heydon Hall
Director: Dominic Cyriax
Producer: Caroline Turner

: The Antiques Show

Tonight retired weatherman Ian McCaskill tells of his passion for saucy postcards, and rock musician Rick Wakeman reveals why he would pay £15,000 for a rare turn-of-the-century pen.
Plus a school for antiques lovers wanting to furthertheir knowledge, a look at superior vintage lawnmowers and a celebration of master potter Bernard Leach. Presented by Fiona Bruce. with Tim Wonnacott.
David Dickinson and Paul Atterbury. Series producer Jane Lomas
Series editor Mark Hill WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques


Unknown: Ian McCaskill
Musician: Rick Wakeman
Unknown: Bernard Leach.
Presented By: Fiona Bruce.
Unknown: Tim Wonnacott.
Unknown: David Dickinson
Unknown: Paul Atterbury.
Producer: Jane Lomas
Editor: Mark Hill

: Timewatch

First of six new editions in the historical documentary series. Sex and War
An estimated quarter-of-a-million homosexuals fought for
Britain duringthe Second
World War. At the time, homosexuality was still a criminal offence, but the authorities mostlyturned a blind eye during the national crisis.
Tonight's programme tells the story of these forgotten fighters, revealing theextent to which homosexual activity was condoned within the ranks.
See today's choices. Series editor Laurence Rees
Producer Annie Paul


Editor: Laurence Rees
Producer: Annie Paul

: Several Careful Owners

Concludingthe series of short motoringbiographies. Former keepers of a 1944 Dodge ambulance reminisce.
Director Ed Taylor ; Producer Richard Pearson Repeat


Director: Ed Taylor
Producer: Richard Pearson

: Steptoe and Son

Classic comedy from 1974.
The Seven Steptoerai. A little help from Albert's martial arts friends saves the day.
Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson Producer Douglas Argent
Repeat Subtitled .....


Written By: Ray Galton
Written By: Alan Simpson
Harold: Harry Hcorbett
Albert: Wilfrid Brambell
Frankie Barrow: Henry Wolf

: Newsnight

Analysis of the day's news, with Gordon Brewer.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts Subtitled


Unknown: Gordon Brewer.

: Breaking the Rules

The second in the series following a young offenders' exchange project finds the Belfast group reaching the end ofthe first leg and preparingfortheirjourney to London. Acompromise is reached overthe issue of free time, but tempers flare up again when some members ofthe group are found to be possessing drugs........... The last film is tomorrow at 11.20pm

: The Phil Silvers Show: Where There's a Will

Bilko steps in when one of his former privates is cheated out of an inheritance.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

Followed by Weatherview

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Survivingthe Exam 37905 1.00 What's All This Fuss
About IT?
2.00 Music Programme 1 LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva 1-2 BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Engineering Your Future 1-3
5.45 The Liberation of Algebra
5752295 6.10 Energy Through the Window 9507382 6.35-7.00am
The World's BestAthlete?


Unknown: Espana Viva

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