A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.
Children's poetry series. Rik Mayall performs Robert Browning 's The Pied
PiperofHamelin, and poet Andrew Fusek Peters explores the rhythms of the rush hourin Birmingham. Repeat .......
Tony Hart shows how to create pictures at home using leaves and foliage. Repeat
Shown last Tuesday Subtitled ...........
Cartoon. The chipmunks adopt a stray kitten.
Bruce Banner 's plans to rid himself of the Hulk are ruined. Repeat
Joe and Emily meet
Roger's kids and wonder if Mum having a boyfriend is such a good idea.
Shown last Wednesday Cast and next episode on Wednesdayat4.35pm.BBCl
Comedy. Romance is in the airon Valentine's Day...
In the first of two episodes from 1992, Robyn realises that Jake has been misunderstood.
Today's episodes written by Margaret Simpson
Continuing the series of documentaries from around the world. Eleven-year-old Karoliina from Finland immerses herself in "live-action role playing" Joining 150 other players for an adventure in a long-lost age........
Chrissy has to answer some difficult questions about the baby. Last in this repeated series; from next week the most recent series wil be repeated. Repeat
Entertainment news with Kate Sanderson. ........
Marge joins a divorcee friend for a wild night on the town.
Shown last Monday.
Bart's Inner Child is tomorrow at 6pm.
Jeremy Clarkson and Philippa Forester host the game show in which contestants guide robot warriors through mechanical challenges. Repeat
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.05, 4.25 Cycling The world championships from Valkenberg, the Netherlands, featuring men's and women's road races. Chris Boardman will be aiming to reclaim the time-trial title he won in 1994. Commentary by Hugh Porter.
1.30 Yachting Highlights from the first weekend in the Ultra 30 Grand Prix series. Crews will be aimingto masterthe tight course off Southsea to get to an early advantage. Commentary by Helen Rollason and Richard Simmonds.
2.00 Show Jumping Thefinalofthe individual competition at the World
Equestrian Games in Rome. The top four from yesterday's qualifying stage are in action, riding each other's horses as well as their own. Commentary by Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
3.30 Touring Cars From Australia, the Bathurst Race, as two-man teams face 161 laps of the Mount Panorama race track. Newly-crowned BTCC champion
Rickard Rydell partners Jim Richards , with John Cleland pairing Derek Warwick.
4.55 Racing and News Roundup
Including the latest news of the Grand Criterium from Longchamp, France.
Editor Carl Hicks
Simon King returns with the weekly strand featuring wildlife stories from around the world.
See today's choices.
Director Martyn Stiker : Series editor Sara Ford WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
5.15* Big Cat Diary Simon King and Jonathan Scott catch up with the lions, leopards and cheetahs of Kenya's Masai Mara reserve. Producer Stephen Moss ; Series producer RobinHellier Subtitled .........
♦ Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 51
5.45* Watch Out Britain Practical tips forwatching wildlife, with Nick Baker and Bobby Fletcher. Producer Jo Schofield ; Series producer
Mike Beynon ......................... WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/watchout
5.55 *-6.45 The Natural World
South Georgia-an Island All Alone The Antarctic continent keeps South Georgia in its icy grip, yet the island is home to great concentrations of wildlife including penguins, seals and albatrosses. The team that made Life in the Freezer return for a year-round portrait of this beautiful island. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Producer Alastair Fothergill ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale ♦ This Week: page 6
Darkling. A new personality enhancement project has unforeseen side effects forthe doctor. Subtitled ...............
The Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
Stories making headlines in the world of business and finance, plus in-depth reports on major economic developments.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
On the Front Line. In Africa the church that bans condoms wrestles with the Aids epidemic, while in Latin America a crackdown on dissent prompts theological confrontation. This film examines the dilemmas of the Catholic
Church as it struggles to make sense of its teachings in the face of problems in the developing world. With Edward Stourton.
Series producerFarah Durrani; Executive producer Fiona Murch Subtitled.
Soft Furnishers. Professionals share tips on stitching and styling. Director Stuart Everett ; Producer
The Nazis' reign of terror in Poland resulted in the extermination of almost one fifth of its population. But one of the most brutal episodes of "ethnic cleansing" in history was also characterised by chaos, petty bickering and policy differences. (Repeat)
Too Fast. Two 24-year-olds relive their adolescence on the streets of inner-city London. Series producer Jeremy Howe
Director Paul Sukhija
Continuing the offbeat comedy drama starring Beau Bridges
A Little Tail. As the town prepares for a Save the Manatee gala, Judge Gibbs presides over an unusual sex discrimination suit.
♦ John Peel : page 9
Judge Bob Gibbs:
Kathy Diaz Baker:
Sheriff Gary Hammond:
Dr Kevin Michaels:
Introduced by Mark Cousins.
Paul Schrader 's erotic remake of the classic horrorfilm, starring
Malcolm McDowell , John Heard Two latter-day descendants of African shamans reunite in New Orleans. Irena Gallier can only mate with brother Paul or she will turn into a leopard, but she has fallen in love with local zoo keeperOliverYates. Widescreen.
(1982.18) ♦ See Rims: pages 66-74 *** ♦ Ten Things Every Nastassja Kinski Fan Ought to Know: p64
Birthright. A senator sets outto discover his true origins.
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Geography Collection LANGUAGES
4.00 Spain Inside Out 3; Talk Spanish 1-2
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite Living with the Euro 77522 5.30 Health and Safety Briefings: 1 OPEN UNIVERSITY
6.10 Child's Play