Dad's Portrait. Agirl paints a giant picture of herfather.
Shown yesterday at 10am ....
More fun with the little blue folk. Repeat
Shown yesterday, 5.10pm BBC1
Cartoon adventures. Repeat
Repeated at 3.25pmonBBCl Repeat .
The Big Kiss Off. The Hendersons receive a surprise when Brett's wife turns up.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 Voces Espanolas (ages 14-16) Education and Work 6481693 9.30
Clementine (ages 14-16) La Tentation de Clementine 1490544 9.45
Numbertime 1-10 (ages 4-6) Number Three
Colours (Orange). Laa-Laa plays with an orange ball.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am
10.30 Watch(ages5-7) Ourselves-Me andMyFamily 6369983 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Types of Material-Peak Performance 4822032 11.05
Space Ark (ages 7-11) Types of Materials - Choosing Materials
11.15 Megamaths (ages 7-9) TenTimes Subtitled 2698254 11.35 Watch: Music - the Song Catcher (ages 5-7) Picnic Time 9450631 11.50 History File (ages 11-13) Black Peoples of the Americas 9437780 12.10 Belief File -Issues (ages 14-19) Belief and Sexuality
Business and consumer news.......
Sophie Grigson uses parsley to make an aromatic Middle Eastern salad.
Bob Langleyvisits London to seek out the city's hidden wildlife. With Bill Oddie. Series producer Mike Finlason
Executive producer Fiona Pitcher ........... SUPPORT MATERIAL: To obtain the 48-page guide accompanying the series, send a cheque for f 4.00. made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]. CEEFAX: page
Continuing first-day coverage from
Bournemouth, including a debate on law and order.
The design roadshow pays a visitto
Buxton in Derbyshire. Subtitled ....
Cookery challenge. Subtitled ......
Lowri Turner hosts a discussion on work-related stress, involving people who thrive on stress and those who say it has ruined their lives.
Nostalgia quiz, with Martyn Lewis.
Draz and Kurt's antagonism hits a new low. Anita helps out at a halfway house. Subtitled .
Andrew Neil presents a live phone-in with the politicians making the news. Plus a roundup ofthe day's events at the Conservative Party conference in Bournemouth. Viewers can puttheir questions totonight'sguest, party leader William Hague , by calling [number removed], by fax on[number removed]or by e-mail: email@example.com Editor Alexandra Henderson
The consumer education magazine reports on two parents who became governers of their children's school when declining standards threatened to close it.
Plus an investigation into truancy in the North East, where 80 per cent of truants miss school with their parents' consent, and a look at the advantages of giving books to babies atjust six months. With Martin Bashir.
Producer Hilary Rosen ; Series producer Sandy Smith
Christopher Sykes visits Traquair, the 16th-century Peebleshire home of the Maxwell Stuarts.
As the house contains an 18th-century brewery beer is a main ingredient of its dishes, including the haggis burgers served at its annual beer festival. After looking through the library for a traditional recipe, Sykes settles on venison stew with coriander ale, finishing with a raspberry, cream and whisky pudding called Cranachan. Director Richard Lightbody ; Producer
* Alison Graham : Review, page
Tonight photographer David Bailey reveals his passion for early photography, and wine writer Joanna Simon investigates the vintage wine collection of chef Fredy Girardet. Plus an appraisal of botanist and designer Dr Christopher Dresser and hiring antiques for a themed party. Presented by Fiona Bruce, Tim Wonnacott,
David Dickinson, Paul Atterbury and Anastasia Cooke.
Series producer Jane Lomas
Series editor Mark Hill
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Eighty years ago the end of the First World War was celebrated as a triumph for democracy, yet some would later dismiss it as futile. The most surprising change of heart was that of the wartime prime minister David Lloyd George, who led his nation to victory, but condemned the sacrifice in his 1936 memoirs.
Tonight's programme explores the reasons behind his apparent change of heart.
See today's choices.
Miss Fozzard Finds Her Feet
The first of six new dramatic monologues, written by Alan Bennett.
Starri ng Patricia Routledge
Miss Fozzard, who needs regular visits to the chiropodist, has to care for her brother, who has had a stroke. But as Miss Fozzard doesn 't want to leave her job in soft furnishings, a novel solution is required. See today's choices. Producer Mark Shivas ; Director
Patrick Garland BBCBOOK: Talking Heads price£7.99, available from bookshops
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Analysis ofthe day's news, with Jeremy Paxman.
Last Chance on Thin Ice. For explorer David Hempleman -
Adams, reachingthe North Pole has always been his most elusive goal. This year, with his Norwegian companion Rune Gjeldnes , he used a camcorder to record every stage oftheirtortuous walk.
An animated black sex comedy. Blue Beard's final conquest is not all she seemsto be. This film contains graphic scenes of sex and violence.
Director Alexandre Boubnov
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN SCIENCE
Selected programmes exploring different aspects of science.
12.30 Earth and Life - Biosphere 2 Subtitled 14991 1.00 The Big Picture 50842 1.30 Seeingthrough Mathematics
2.00 Geography Programme-Japan 2000; Teaching Today: Geography and IT LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva 5-6 BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves: 17
5.45 Poetry and Landscape
Subtitled 3043656 6.10-7.00am