Animated antics with the little folk.
Repeated at 8.55am Repeat
Dad's Lorry. Dipsy decides to go for a walk. Shown yesterday at 10am.
Animation about the cat and mouse in their youth.
Children's magazine. Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1
More fun with the cartoon castaway. Repeat Subtitled.
How the Alphabet Was Made. Narrated by Geoffrey Matthews.
Repeated at 1pm Repeat.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Firework Safety 7850476
9.10 Belief File (ages 11-16) Islam-the Shahadah 5238650
9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Magic Grandad 90 Years Ago - in the Kitchen 8802969
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Useful Holes
Numbers One. Some children learn all about the number one.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am Repeat
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) New Clothes for Alex 3421650
10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) Light and Sound -Mirror, Mirror on the Wall 9261389
11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Light and Sound -Making Sounds 9805969
11.15 Zig Zag (ages7-9) Invaders! - the Celts
11.35 Lifeschool (ages 14-16) ID Campaign: Drugs
12.00 Job Bank (ages 14-19) Stable Hand 3074230
12.10 English File (ages 11-16) Macbeth Shorts - the Witches
Business and consumer news.
A simple tomato sauce is transformed by lemon grass and lime leaves.
Adam Hart-Davis pays a visit to Perth, where he investigates the history of the Black Watch Regiment. Repeat.
Garth Crooks meets Bolton Wanderers FC veteran Nat Lofthouse
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament. Subtitled.
Featuring a look at the best mulches and ways to control slugs. Repeat
More furniture transformed by the interior-design roadshow. Repeat
Cookery challenge. Subtitled.
Lowri Turner talks to aid workers about their harrowing jobs. Subtitled.
Business as Usual. Quark hopes to pay off his debts by working for an arms dealer. Featuring an appearance by Steven Berkoff.
Capt Benjamin Sisko:
Seasons Greedings. The four time-travellers find themselves trapped in a huge shopping mall which is run entirely on credit.
The helicopter crash that killed Matthew Harding, Chelsea Football Club's vice-chairman, was one of 44 fatal accidents involving helicopters that have occurred overthe last ten years, resulting in 89 deaths. Tonight First Sight questions the safety of helicopter travel and looks at allegations that air industry regulations are not tough enough to prevent such tragedies. Producer Geoff Griffiths ; Executive producer John Samson REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
Adventurer Benedict Allen continues his trek round the edge of Mongolia.
He reaches the town of Ulgii just in time forthe annual festival of Naadam, with its displays of wrestling, archery and horse riding. See today's choices.
Producer Salim Salam ; Executive producer Bob Long Subtitled.
Volkswagen's Golf GTi first came to Britain in 1976 and soon became the choice of the fashionable set. Over the years model changes blunted the sharp edges of this original hot hatch but now, with the emergence of an all-new Golf, there's also a new GTi. Jeremy Clarkson asks whether this latest version can beat the competition.
Producer Chris Richards ; Editor Jon Bentley BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: from retailers WEBSITE: www.topgear.beeb.com
Stuck with Dick. Mary and Dick accidentally get locked in at the library, leaving Sally to host Mary's kitchenware sales party. Subtitled.
Dr Mary Albright:
New scientific research demonstrates that a lack of fun can have serious social consequences for children as they grow into adults. Horizon reveals how laughter and play are crucial to the development of the brain, and how some scientists are recommending playas an alternative to drugs in helpingto treat hyperactive youngsters. See today's choices.
Producer Denman Rooke ; Series editor
John Lynch WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/horizon/home.shtml
This young wine expert from France is in charge of the Â£1.6-million cellar at one of Marco Pierre White's London restaurants, where diners spend an average of Â£120 per bottle.
Followed by Video Nation
Jancis RobinsonSubject: Claude
News analysis, with Jeremy Paxman.
Tom Paulin, Tony Parsons and Allison Pearson join Mark Lawson to review Brian De
Palma's newfilm Snake Eyes, a theatrical satire of the Blair government by Tariq Ali and Howard Brenton , and BBC1's new costume drama VanityFair. Producer Mark Bell
Editor Michael Poole
Followed by Holiday Weather
The day's events in Parliament, with Garth Crooks
Repeats are not indicated.
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