Ice Lollipops. Laa-Laa watches some children make ice lollies.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................
Featuring ferocious lizard and monkeys treated as gods. Repeat
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Animated canine fun.
Repeated at 3.25pm on BBC1 Repeat .
The Ex-terminator. Nancy spots a mouse inthehouse. Repeat
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Caring and Sharing- at Home 4510801 9.25 Techno (ages 11-13) Food -Healthy Food 6137820 9.45
Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) A Busy Day for a Good Grandmother
Orange Picking. TheTubbies watch children picking oranges.
Repeated tomorrow at 7am
10.30 Numbertime 1-10 (ages 4-6)
NumberFour 6009559 10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Types of Materials -
Water-proofing 6097714 11.00 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Scotland during the Second World War- Not Enough to Go Around 2333375 11.20 The Geography
Programme (ages 11-13) France2000-Camargue: Impactof Tourism and Pollution Subtitled 1353172 11.40Science in Action (ages 11-14) Gravity
12.00 Study Ireland (ages 12-16)
Storyteller: the Halloween Party
12.25 Our Roving Reporter
Business and consumer news.......
Cooking with geranium leaves..
A secret site where red kites, rare British birds of prey. are being reintroduced.
Quentin Willson looks atthe Mkll Jaguar.
Inura the Dingo
Film about afemaledingo in Australia's central desert. Repeat Subtitled .
Featuring camellias in pots and the value ofself-seedingplants. Repeat
Design roadshow from Buxton, Derbyshire. With Mark Curry.
Cookery challenge, with Fern Britton.
Guest presenter Jill Dando hosts a studio debate on adopting children from abroad. Repeat
In Theory. Data experiments with love by pursuinga romantic liaison with the heartbroken
Repeat Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6pm
Cdr William Riker:
Lt Cdr Data:
Dr Beverly Crusher:
The Prince of Slides. In an America ruled by a monarch, Rembrandt is mistaken forthe king'sdouble. Forcast see Thursday Subtitled.
Weekly magazine programme, presented by Rianna Scipio. Inside the Nation of Islam
The militant US-based Nation of Islam organisation and its leader Louis Farrakhan provoke strong emotions. To theircritics they're dangerous, fascistic and anti-semitic. To supporters they're the only political group putting black people first and effectively fighting white racism.
Kurt Barling investigates the group's UK operation. Plus a profile of blackjockey Royston Ffrench , Labour MP Oona King on the week's news and comic Curtis Walker
on the week ahead.
Series producer Maxine Watson ; Executive producer Patrick Younge
Tonight reigning champions
Magdalen College, Oxford, take on King's College, London, fora place in the second round. The quizmaster is Jeremy Paxman. DirectorVernon Antcliff; Producer
Thisweek: one woman's ambition to make an impact in the antiques business, blood-curdling vintage medical equipment and wise buys in picture frames, plus
John Walters with a guide to classic jukeboxes. Also featuring an 11th-century pen box with an asking price of L300,000, and an evaluation of influential
Danish silversmith GeorgJensen. Presented by Fiona Bruce , with experts Tim Wonnacott , David Dickinson and Paul Atterbury.
Series producer Jane Lomas ; Series editor Mark Hill
The series that puts ideologically opposed people together so that they mayfind common ground.
This week's programme revolves around a church labelled by the press as the fastest growing cult in Britain. Journalist and critic Damian Thompson spends a week in a single-sex household where prayers begin at 6am. See today's choices. Director Vivianne Howard; Executive producer Debbie Christie Subtitled.
Continuingthe arts and popular culture documentary series. Radio Heads. To millions of listeners Radio 4 is more than a radio station, it is a friend. But in April Radio 4 controller James Boyle introduced controversial schedule changes in an attempt to retain its audience. Tonight's film goes behind the scenes at Broadcasting House in central London and meets some of the listeners on the receivingend of the shake-up. With contributions from James Boyle ,
Peter Donaldson and Martin Bashir. Producer Mary Downes ; Series editor
# Polly Toynbee : page 10
An introduction to the new police drama series, which starts on BBC2 next week..............
Then Video Nation Shorts
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman. subtitled.
The New Breed. A scientist invents microscopic robots that can repair damaged cells. But when a friend with cancer injects some of the robots into his body, the consequences are devastating.
Fort Baxter's psychiatrist advises Bilko to mend his wicked ways if he wants to get over insomnia.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. ARTS-LATE
The midweek look at the arts.
12.30 Artware- Computers in the Arts Subtitled 3697196 1.05 The
Art of the Restorer 8546554 1.30
Philosophy in Action Debates about Boxing SCHOOLS
2.00 Special Needs: Hands Up!;
Hands Up for Deaf Children LANGUAGES
4.00 Espana Viva 11-12
5.00 Professional Update: 3 Managing a Start-Up OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Designs for Living
6.10 Empowerment 5370844 6.35-7.00am