A special Sunday edition of the preschool series..
The children's poetry series. Rik Mayall reads The Jumblies by Edward Lear and Pink Sly makes a poetic tour of the human body.
Tony Hart demonstrates how to create drawings with pastels.
A triple-bill of animated antics with the friendly ghost.....
A leprechaun causes chaos, and Dave's uncle comes to stay. Repeat
Animation. The fearsome Ghost Rider hunts the Hulk, but doesn't realise he's afterthe wrong prey. Repeat..........................................
Comedy drama series.
David develops a crush on Emily.
Shown last Wednesday Cast and last episode on Wednesday at 4.35pm, BBC1
Last in the series of the live action/animated offbeat sitcom about school life.............
First of two episodes.
A scheming new pupil, Sean Pearce , arrives at the school.
Today's episodes written by Sarah Daniels Another episode at 11.20am Reptot Subtitled .
The series of documentariesfrom around the world concludes with a portrait, from Bosnia, of a boy whose village is so isolated that
People don't have runningwater.
The second of today's episodes. Nathan sabotages Brisley's living art show. Repeat Subtitled ..
In a special edition of The OZone Jayne Middlemiss and Rajesh Mirchandani report from behind the scenes at the Q magazine awards for pop music.
Shown last Tuesday
Homer is attracted to a sexy co-worker.
With the guest voice of Michelle Pfeiffer.
Shown last Monday.
Another chance to see the start of the second series of the game show
Shown last Friday Subtitled ..................
Aweekly review of the principal political events in the South East, presented by ShaunLey REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.30 Rugby League Coverage from
Bolton of the Second Test between Great Britain and New Zealand. Commentary by Jonathan Davies and Ray French.
2.20 Yachting Action from the National Match Racing championshipfrom
Falmouth, Comwall. Malcolm McKeag , Helen Rollason and Richard Simmonds
Provide the commentary.
3.00 Rallying A review of the British Rally championships. Commentary comes from Mark James and Tiff Needell.
3.35 Gymnastics From Kelvin Hall in Glasgow, the second of four 1998 Grand Prix meetings. Commentators are Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still. Producer Sharon Lence
Editor Michael Cole
Tom Fleming describes the scene at this morning's act of remembrance at the Cenotaph in London's Whitehall.
Charlotte Uhlenbroek hosts this week's edition from Gombe
National Park, Tanzania, looking at how female scientists have studied primates in the wild. Series editor Sara Ford
5.15* Watch Out Britain Nick Baker
and Bobbie Fletcher offer tips on seeing birds arriving to winter on British estuaries.
Producer Mike Beynon
5.25* Big Cat Diary The latest update from Kenya's Masai Mara finds the cheetah cubs still biting off more than they can chew.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Series producer Robin Hellier
5.55* The Natural World
Orang-utans: the High Society Orang-utans are among our closest relatives, but until recently I ittle was known about this intelligent but solitary species. Concentrating on their life in the forests of Sumatra, this film lifts the veil on Asia's red ape. Narrated by Andrew Sachs. Producer Mark Linfield ; Series editor
Neil Nightingale Code for 5.10-6.45 (not PDC).
Real Life. To further his research into human relationships, the Doctor creates a holographic family of his own. The Next Generation is on Wednesday at 6pm
High taxation on British cigarettes makes tobacco smuggling a lucrative business. John Penycate traces the illicit cigarette trade across Europe.
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys NOTE: as The Money Programme istopical its subject matter may change
Continuing the exploration of our understanding of the planet.
The Deep. It's a world of darkness, cold and almost unbelievable pressure, and yet the bottom of the Atlantic could hold clues to the origins of life. Aubrey Manning follows a submarine dive to the world's longest mountain range, a mile underwater, to see how volcanos shape the continents. Producer Danielle Peck ; Executive producer Richard Reisz The Essential Guide to Rocks is tomorrow 8pm
Equestrian tricks of the trade. Director Stuart Everett
Jeremy Clarkson sounds off on subjects other than cars in seven-part chat show series.
Topics covered in the first show include what's wrong with America and what's right with smoking. See today's choices. Director Brian Klein : Producer Elaine Bedell
The stories of classic cars from the fifties, sixties and seventies. Quentin Willson reflects on the revered AC Cobra.
Director Dennis Jarvis ; Producer
Introduced by Mark Cousins. Carrie
Brian DePalma 's chilling movie of Stephen King 's best-selling horror story, starring Sissy Spacek Shy Carrie is repressed by her mother and ridiculed by her classmates, who make her life a misery with theirtaunting and teasing. But unbeknown to them, Carrie has special powers.
Scene by Scene on Brian De Palma follows at 11.40pm.
(1976.18) ♦ See Films: pp 65-76 ***** ♦ Ten Things Every Sissy Spacek Fan Ought to Know: page 60
Director Brian De Palma talks to
Mark Cousins about his maverick career, his childhood and his newfilm Snake Eyes.
Director Mark Cousins ; Executive producer May Miller
Crime drama starring
Police Lieutenant Diamond is determined to break a tightly organised gang, headed by the vicious Brown. Help appears from an unexpected source. Director Joseph H Lewis (1955, PG)
Blackandwhite Subtitled ..........
♦ See Films: pages 65-76 ****
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Problem Solving LANGUAGES
4.00 The French Experience 5-8 (with subtitles)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite E
Commerce 23921 5.30 Health and Safety Briefings 5 OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Swedish Science in the 18th Century Subtitled 4164996 6.10
The Clinical Psychologist 3390422 6.35-7.00am Windows on the Mind
* Approximate times