A special Sunday edition of the preschool series..
The children's poetry series finds out why so many fairy tales feature soppy love stories, and Rik Mayall performs Roald Dahl's version of Cinderella.
More ideas for making pictures at home, as Tony Hart shows how to draw cats.
Animated antics with the friendlyghost
Alvin becomes a rock star, and has trouble with the school bully. Repeat .....
Bruce enlists the help of Iron Man to rid him of the Hulk. Repeat
Comedy drama series.
Joe is horrified to discover that Dad's new girlfriend is his school PE mistress.
Shown last Wednesday Cast and next episode on Wednesday at 4.35pm, BBC1
Cody's plans for surprise party are thwarted when Emily is grounded by her parents.............
The first of two episodes. Joanna finds thatthe real struggle is onlyjust beginning, while things go from bad to worse for Adam. Today's episodes written by Leigh Jackson
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Continuing the series of documentaries from around the world.
Gareth Wilson , avolunteer at an oceanarium in South Africa, talks about his work with dolphins, penguins and other sea life. ....
Adam is finally sent overthe edge, while Joanna looks ahead to a new chapter in her life.
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Pop news with Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston, including interviews with E-17 and Faith Evans.
Shown last Tuesday
Jeremy Clarkson and Philippa Forester hostthe first of two editions ofthe game show in which contestants guide robot warriors through mechanical challenges. Repeat
12.30 The second of this afternoon's editions. Last in the current series; a new series begins on Friday at 6.45pm.
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A weekly review of the principal political events in the South East, presented by Shaun Ley. ...................................... REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Rugby League The first Test between Great Britain and New Zealand, from Huddersfield. Wigan skipper Andrew Farrell will providethe main inspiration for Great Britain in the three matches as the Lions aim fortheirfirst series win against New Zealand in five years. Commentary by Jonathan Davies and Ray French.
2.30 Yachting Highlights from the third and final weekend ofthe Ultra 30 Grand Prix series from Guernsey. Commentators Helen Rollason and Richard Simmonds.
2.50 Indoor Bowls The final ofthe Open from Great Yarmouth. The final pair battle it out for a share of the £64,000 prize money, with last year's surprise winner Les Gillett hoping to re peat his feat of 12 months ago. John Bell , Jimmy Davidson , Mel Hughes and David Rhys Jones provide the commentary. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Michael Cole
Chris Packham hosts this week's edition from the Avenue of the Volcanoes in Ecuador.
Series editor Sara Ford
5.15* Watch Out Britain Tips on where to see the best autumnal colour and wildlife. With Nick Baker
and Bobbie Fletcher.
5.25* BigCat Diary The latest update from Kenya's Masai Mara reserve presents the first glimpse of leopard Halftail's two youngcubs. With Simon King and Jonathan Scott.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Series producer Robin Hellier
South Africa's Table Mountain is home to an incredible mixture of wildlife. Animals such as the baboon and the antelope share the shore with cold-water penguins, while more types of plant flourish on this one mountain than in the whole of Britain. Narrated by Paul Herzberg. Producer Trevor de Kock ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale Videoplus 5.10-6.45 (not PDC).
Before and After. Kes is caught in an unstable time paradox in which her life flashes before her
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The Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
British Business: Fit or Feeble?
This edition examines the nation's ability to weather another recession should times grow leaner.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys Subtitled 17 NOTE: as The Money Programme istopical its subject matter may change
First in an eight-part documentary series.
Aubrey Manning, professor emeritus of natural history at Edinburgh University, sets out to explore how understanding of the planet and the life it sustains is undergoing a revolution.
This film asks how old the earth is, and what it looked like when it was newly formed. See today's choices. The Essential Guide to Rocks, a beginner's guide to geology, is tomorrow at 8pm
What a wonderful world: page 30; Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 40
Bakers. Expert cooking tips from professionals.
Director Edwina Varley : Producer
Fighting to the End. After the battle of Stalingrad ended in 1943, the German people experienced nothing but disaster. So why, when all seemed lost, did the Nazis fight on? Last in the series. (Repeat)
Apple Opera. A documentary following two experts in search of a long-lost variety of English apple. Last in the present series. DirectorWiz Hok: Series director
Concluding the offbeat comedy starring Beau Bridges
Once Bitten. Bob is accused of biting a woman on the buttocks.
Judge Bob Gibbs:
Sheriff Gary Hammond:
Introduced by Mark Cousins.
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot
Crime drama starring Clint Eastwood, Jeff Bridges
A bank robber teams up with a young drifter in a bid to outrun his former partners in crime. Showing in widescreen.
Director Michael Cimino (1974, 18)
See Films: pages 58-65 ****
Ten Things Every Jeff Bridges Fan Ought to Know: page 54
Mark Kermode traces the history of The Exorcist, the novel by William Peter Blatty that
William Friedkin turned into a popular and controversial film, which was re-released yesterday. Producer Nick Fre and Jones
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Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Workingwith Others LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience 1-4 (with subtitles)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
24482 5.30 Health and Safety Briefings: 4 OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 The Newtonians
4328192 6.10 Eyewitness Memory