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: Hairy Jeremy

Adventures of a hairy neolithic. Repeated at 8.55am Repeat

: Teletubbies

Numbers One. The Teletubbies take turns to wear a skirt. Shown yesterday at 10am

: Tom and Jerry Kids

Animated cat-and-mouse action.

: Smart

More picture-making ideas. Shown yesterday 4.35pm BBC1

: Robinson Sucroe

Cartoon series. Repeat

: Johnson and Friends

Toy adventures. Repeated at 1pm Repeat.

: Hairy Jeremy

Shown at 7am.

: Schools programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Firework Safety 7827148
9.10 See You, See Me (ages 7-9) Networks - Getting around Town 5205322
9.30 Watch: Music - the Song Catcher (ages 5-7) Bushy-tailed Fox 8862341
9.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Useful Holes

: Teletubbies

Making Flowers. The Teletubbies watch children making flowers. Repeated next Monday Repeat.

: Schools programmes

10.30 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Nine Times Subtitled 9248438
10.50 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Earth Warp - Monster Mayhem 9251902
11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-11) Ancient Egypt 9190148
11.30 English File (ages 14-16) The Birth of Horror- Frankenstein
12.00 Testament (ages 11-14) David and Saul

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news. CEEFAX: page

: Johnson and Friends

Toy adventures. Shown at 8.45am.

: Sophie Grigson's Herbs

Today a pavlova filled with mango, passion fruit and lemon grass syllabub.

: The History Hour

Adam Hart-Davis looks at the development of transport in the Coine Valley area in Huddersfield. Repeat CEEFAX: page

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis

: Match of Their Day

Former Manchester United manager Tommy Docherty relives some of his favourite sporting memories.

Contributors

Unknown: Tommy Docherty

: On Cue

A look back at the 1983 World Championship match between Cliff Thorburn and Terry Griffiths, featuring the first televised 147 break. With Steve Davis.

Contributors

Unknown: Cliff Thorburn
Unknown: Terry Griffiths
Unknown: Steve Davis.

: Gardeners' World

Alan Titchmarsh plants bluebells, Primrose and foxgloves in his wildlife garden. Repeat Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh

: Change That

Design roadshow. Repeat Subtitled.

: Ready Steady Cook

Cookery challenge.

: Lowri

Today's guests discuss witchcraft: whether it exists, how it works and who believes in it. With Lowri Turner. Subtitled.

: Today's the Day

Weekday nostalgia quiz. Subtitled.

: The Simpsons

A double bill of animated comedy. One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish,
Blue Fish. Adangerous delicacy leaves Homer with 24 hours to live. Repeat Subtitled.
6.25 Saturdays of Thunder
Homer attempts a bonding session with Bart. Repeat Subtitled.
Code for 6.00-6.45 (not PDC) ...

: Robot Wars

The show in which contestants guide their home-made robots through mechanical challenges returns for a second, 16-part series. Hosted by Philippa Forrester and new presenter Craig Charles, with commentary by Jonathan Pearce.
Producer Stephen Carsey

Contributors

Presenter: Craig Charles
Commentary By: Jonathan Pearce.
Producer: Stephen Carsey

: Electric Circus

Entertainment news, including review of the new computer-animated feature film Antz. Presented by Kate Sanderson. Producer Jennifer Chatham Repeated tomorrow during Live and Kicking

Contributors

Presented By: Kate Sanderson.
Producer: Jennifer Chatham

: Bookworm

Griff Rhys Jones and biographer Amanda Foreman travel to
Chatsworth in Derbyshire to learn about Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, a notorious Regency hostess. Ben Elton talks about his new book, while
Sebastian Faulks reveals the inspiration behind his novel Charlotte Gray. Plus the shortlist for the Whitbread Books Awards.
Series editor Mary Sackville West

Contributors

Unknown: Griff Rhys Jones
Unknown: Amanda Foreman
Talks: Ben Elton
Unknown: Sebastian Faulks
Editor: Mary Sackville

: Wilderness Walks

Continuing the series of multi-daytreks across some of the world's finest landscapes. Tonight veteran mountaineer Hamish Brown takes Cameron McNeish on an exploration of the seldom-visited western Atlas mountains in Morocco.
Director/Producer Richard Else

Contributors

Unknown: Hamish Brown

: Geoff Hamilton: a Man and His Garden

Tribute series to the popular TV gardener who died in 1996. This final edition highlights Hamilton's involvement in environmental campaigns. Narrated by Richard Briers. See today's choices.
Director Andrew Gosling ; Series producer Pamela Creed Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Richard Briers.
Director: Andrew Gosling

: Blackadder Goes Forth: Plan D: Private Plane

Rerun of the fourth series of the comedy, set in the First World War.
Machine guns in front, firing squads behind - the only way out is up.
Repeat Subtitled.
BBC CASSETTES: The Blackadder Collection, a six-tape boxed set. price £19.99.

Contributors

Director: Richard Boden
Producer: John Lloyd
Capt Blackadder: Rowan Atkinson
Private Baldrick: Tony Robinson
Lt Colthurst St Barley: Hugh Laurie
Gen Melchett: Stephen Fry
Capt Darling: Tim McInnerny
Lord Flasheart: Rik Mayall

: The Creatives

Concluding the sitcom set in an Edinburgh advertising agency. Black. Charlie leads the celebrations when the shoot for Black Isle Whisky exceeds everyone's wildest dreams.
Written by Moray Hunter and Jack Docherty Director Andy De Emmony : Producer
JamieRix

Contributors

Written By: Moray Hunter
Written By: Jack Docherty
Director: Andy de Emmony
Charlie Baxter: Roger Allam
Ben Gray: Jack Docherty
Lauren Marshall: Pippa Guard
Robbie Eraser: Moray Hunter
RhonaPlatt: Aislin McGuckin
TanyaGray: Arabella Weir

: Have I Got News for You

Topical news quiz show, hosted by Angus Deayton. Tonight's guests include Alan Titchmarsh. Director Paul Wheeler
Producer Giles Pilbrow
Followed by Video Nation
Bangladesh Shorts

Contributors

Unknown: Angus Deayton.
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh.
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Giles Pilbrow

: Newsnight

News analysis, with David Aaronovitch.

Contributors

Unknown: David Aaronovitch.

: Stella Street

Spoof soap about stars who have retired to suburbia, starring John Sessions, Phil Cornwell
Michael Caine starts writing a film script, while Mick Jagger and Keith Richards split up.
Written by Phil Cornwell. Peter Richardson and John Sessions; Director Peter Richardson Producer Ben Swaffer

Contributors

Unknown: John Sessions
Unknown: Phil Cornwell
Unknown: Michael Caine
Unknown: Keith Richards
Written By: Phil Cornwell.
Written By: Peter Richardson
Director: Peter Richardson
Producer: Ben Swaffer

: Later with Jools Holland

A special programme featuring rock band REM playing live in the studio and in conversation with Jools Holland. Performing a combination of new songs from Up, their first album as a trio, and old favourites, the band will be joined by guest musicians. See today's choices. Director Janet Fraser Crook
Producer Mark Cooper

Contributors

Unknown: Jools Holland.
Director: Janet Fraser
Producer: Mark Cooper

: Comedy Nation

The experimental comedy show, tonight featuring Ricky Grover and Martin Trenamen.
Series producer Karen Rosie

Contributors

Unknown: Ricky Grover
Unknown: Martin Trenamen.
Producer: Karen Rosie

: Cafe 21

Tonight's chat show for British Asians discusses relationships between siblings. Presented by Rajesh Mirchandani.
Editor Paresh Solanki: Series producer Katie Wright Repeated tomorrow 863639
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Presented By: Rajesh Mirchandani.
Producer: Katie Wright

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Dynamo: 4








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