Laa-Laa plays with an orange ball.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................
More forest frolics with the blue folk. Repeat .
Featuring animals that inspired dragon tales, squirrel monkeys and Scottish wildcats. With
MichaelaStrachan. Repeat Subtitled.
Animated adventures. Repeat Subtitled .....
It's spring-cleaningday at the palace.
Repeated at 3.25pm on BBC1 Repeat.
The Frenchman. Sarah fallsfor a language professor. Repeat
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) EarlyPeople-Clothes
9.25 Techno (ages 11-13) Food-Fast Food 6471216 9.45 Words and Pictures
(ages 5-7) Dinosaur Fright
Piglets. The Tubbies watch four boys playing with some baby pigs.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am ....................
10.30 Numbertime 1-10 (ages 4-6) NumberThree 6263755 10.45 Cats'
Eyes (ages 5-7) Types of Materials - Building Materials 6251910 11.00
Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Scotland during the Second World War- Leaving Home 2597571 11.20 The Geography
Programme (ages 11-13) France 2000-Brittany: Agriculture and Water Pollution Subtitled 1524668 11.40 Science in Action
(ages 11-14) Chemical Reactions
Subtitled 9342668 12.00 Teaching Today The Geography of Distant Places
Business and consumer news.......
Guest chef Clarissa Dickson Wright , one of the Two Fat Ladies, cooks stuffed hake with villein sauce.......................
This afternoon Bob Langley explores the outdoor life in Anglesey.................
More live coverage from Bournemouth, includinga debate on education. With Huw Edwards and Diana Madill.
The design roadshow comes from Bath.
With Mark Curry.
Cookery challenge, with Fern Britton.
Singer and actor David Essextells guest host Jill Dando about his four decades in show business, his work with the Gypsy
Council and his love of West Ham football club. Repeat
The Mind's Eye. Onthewaytoa seminar on Risa, Geordi is kidnapped and brainwashed.
Repeat Subtitled .................. DeepSpaceNine istomorrowat6pm
Cdr William Riker:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
Lt Cdr Geordi LaForge:
Another live phone-in from the Conservative Party conference at Bournemouth, presented by Andrew Neil , with special guest Kenneth Clarke , MP.
Contact details on Tuesday
Weekly magazine programme. London Boyz to Morehouse Men - a Special Report
Tonight'sfilm shows how five students from inner London fare at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, America's top black university. They experience the traditions of an institution whose graduates include Martin Luther King , film-maker Spike Lee , movie star
Samuel L Jackson and Olympic hurdling champion Ed Moses. Reporter Brenda Emmanusjoinsthe boys as they start scholarships provided underthe university's outreach programme.
Producer Angela Phillips ; Series producer Maxine Watson
Tonight teams from Portsmouth and De Montfort University,
Leicester, compete for a place in the second round. Jeremy Paxman is the quizmaster. DirectorVemon Antcliff; Producer
Lock Keepers. In the last of the series, Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright visit the Llangollen Canal in North Wales to cook for the lock keepers. They prepare a rice and vegetable meal from America's Deep South, plus a dish meant to include woodcocks but improvised with pigeons, and an apple cake originating from the Quercy region of France. The ladies will return later this year with a Christmas special.
Director Spike Geilinger ; Series producer
Patricia Llewellyn Subtitled.....
Series that puts ideologically opposed people together so that they may find common ground.
Mick and Wayne, two hard-drinking rugby players from Yorkshire, stay with Paul and Mark, a young gay couple living in London's Soho.
See today's choices.
Arts and popular culture documentaries.
This England. Second generation Asians have inherited both theirfamilies' traditions and western culture.
Tonight's film follows three young British-born Asians, Bobby, Cave and Wajid, who are forging their own individual paths. See today's choices. Producer Aysha Rafaele ; Series editor
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Comic Poem A personality reads a much loved poem. For votingdetails see page 112.
Last in a four-part series in which Jonathan Miller looks at how artists use reflections and mirrors in their paintings. This week he considers Velazquez's masterpiece Las Meninas. Producer Patricia Wheatley
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Businessman Jivi, who has lived all his life in Birmingham, decides to pay a visit to his grandmothers in India, then sets off to see the rest of the country. Last in the series. Subtitled .
A double bill of animated antics.
Fake Dad. Ren volunteers to be a stand-in father for a day.
Monkey See Monkey Don't. The friends get jobs as zoo monkeys. Repeat
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. ARTS-LATE
The midweek look at the arts.
12.30 The Sonnet
1.00 Caribbean Poetry: the Literary and Oral Traditions
1.30 Changing Voices SCHOOLS
2.00 Geography Programme LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva 7-8
5.00 Professional Update 2 Managing a New Business
5.45 Regulation and Control
7348868 6.10 The Three Degrees 5534040 6.35-7.00am The