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: Little Polar Bear

Animated tales.
Repeated at8.50am Repeat

: Teletubbies

Barbecue. A young boy and his grandfather build a barbecue.
Shown yesterday at 10am ..................

: Tom and Jerry Kids

Animated triple bill with the young cat and mouse.

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1

: Robinson Sucroe

More animated castaway stories. Repeat

: Oakie Doke

The animated tree man.
Repeatedatlpm Repeat .................

: Little Polar Bear

Animated tales.
Shownat7am .................................

: School programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 The Geography Programme Shorts (ages 11-13) France 2000 7227144 9.10 Working It Out.... Sorted (ages 11-19) Laying the Foundations: a Step Nearer
5612618 9.30 Clementine (ages 14-16) Les Vacances 8279637 9.45 Numbertime
1-10 (ages 4-6) NumberNine

: Teletubbies

Jumping. TheTeletubbies have fun watching some children jumping. Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am Repeat....

: School programmes

10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Natural History -Winter 3805618 10.45 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Changes in Material: All
FiredUp 9638057 11.05 Space Ark (ages 7-11) Changes in Material: Burning
9272637 11.15 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Seven Times Subtitled 9599415 11.35
Watch: Music-theSongCatcher(ages 5-7) HelloMisterSun 7842231 11.50 History File (ages 11-13) FirstWorld War: Living and Dying 7869908 12.10 Higher English (ages 16+) Taking Stock of Talk

: Working Lunch

The weekday business, finance and consumer news programme..........

: Oakie Doke

Animated arboreal antics.
Shownat8.40am

: The Arts and Crafts Hour

The Terrace The Birmingham terrace makeovercontinues. Repeat
Then at 1.40 The Arts and Crafts Show
Caroline Righton learns how to make jewellery from card and paper. Kevin Whay renovates an old model train......

Contributors

Unknown: Caroline Righton
Unknown: Kevin Whay

: Wildlife on Two

Earwig. Wildlife documentaryfilm telling the story of a female earwig's struggle for survival against constant threats from predators. Narrated by David Attenborough. Repeat Subtitled ..........................
2.40 News and Regional News

Contributors

Unknown: David Attenborough.

: Westminster with Diana Madill

The news and views of the day from in and around Parliament. Subtitled ......
3.20 News and Regional News

: Snooker

Further live coverage of the third round of the UK championship, taking place at Bournemouth International Centre.
Introduced by David Vine. ..........

Contributors

Introduced By: David Vine.

: Cricket: the Ashes

Highlights from the final day's play in the First Test between England and Australia in Brisbane. Commentary by Richie Benaud , Ian Chappell and Tony Greig. ..............

Contributors

Commentary By: Richie Benaud
Commentary By: Ian Chappell
Commentary By: Tony Greig.

: Heartbreak High

Ryan and Anita fight to save the local park but end up on opposite sides of the argument, while Draz and Kurt spend some quality time together. Nikki cheats on an assignment.

: Snooker

Twofurtherthird-round matches play to a finish tonight in the UK championship at Bournemouth International Centre. David Vine introduces coverage of the opening frames, with commentary provided by Ray Edmonds , Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor ,
Willie Thorne and John Virgo. ..

Contributors

Introduces: David Vine
Provided By: Ray Edmonds
Provided By: Clive Everton
Provided By: Dennis Taylor
Provided By: Willie Thorne
Provided By: John Virgo.

: From the Edge

Continuing the magazine series that deals with issues affecting disabled people.
Kim Tserkezie examines the experiences of disabled children who spend time away from home and how recent research shows that social services are failing to protect the children's rights. Mik Scarlet meets US musician
Vic Chesnutt , who talks about his life and work. Plus ideas for meals from disabled cooks and a report on seekingfriends and work on the internet.
Series editor Ian Macrae

Contributors

Unknown: Kim Tserkezie
Unknown: Mik Scarlet
Musician: Vic Chesnutt
Editor: Ian MacRae

: Top Gear Rally Report

Coverage of the final day's events in the Rally of Great
Britain. Steve Rider reports from the rally headquarters on all the day's action in the demanding forest stages in South Wales. He also witnesses the World Rally champion being crowned on the finish ramp in Cheltenham......................

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Rider

: Delia's How to Cook

Delia Smith continues her demonstrations of the basics of good cooking by showing howto make simple flour-based sauces and batters.
She has recipes for white sauce and its variations, Canadian buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup and traditional toad-in-the-hole. Plus news of a flour for sauces which needs no fat at all.
See today's choices.
Director John Silver ; Series producer
DavidWillcock Subtitled .............
* Rour-based sauces and batter: page 44

Contributors

Unknown: Delia Smith
Director: John Silver

: Back to the Floor

The series that demotes bosses to the shop floor to experience normal working life.
Home Truths. Heather Rabbatts, the chief executive of Lambeth Council in south London, leaves her six-figure salary Town Hall job behind to spend a week as a new housingtrainee. What lessons can she learn to help her spend Lambeth's£700-million housing budget more effectively? See today's choices.
Producer Nicola Bungey
Executive producer Robert Thirkell

Contributors

Unknown: Heather Rabbatts
Producer: Nicola Bungey
Executive Producer: Robert Thirkell

: Modern Times The Magic Factory

The social documentary series takes a look at the pleasure park Alton Towers and follows its transformation into a magical theme resort for the future, complete with a new £12-million roller coaster. But can the park and its new ride fulfil the expectations of both visitors and shareholders?
See today's choices.
Director Tim Lambert ; Series editor
Stephen Lambert

Contributors

Director: Tim Lambert
Editor: Stephen Lambert

: Wrappers

Continuing the series thattakes a nostalgic glance back at some of Britain's best-loved brands.
Powder Puffs. A look at the development of branded soap powders, as archive footage and original packaging help to reawaken washday memories from years gone by. Producer Alison Bennett

Contributors

Producer: Alison Bennett

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.

: Snooker

Highlights of today's four third-round matches in the UK championship, taking place at Bournemouth International Centre, introduced by Dougie Donnelly. Plus a look ahead to tomorrow's quarter-finals.
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Presenter: Dougie Donnelly.

: Despatch Box

Steve Richards presents a roundup of the Queen's speech to Parliament.

Contributors

Presenter: Steve Richards

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN SCIENCE
12.30 Quantum Leaps -Making Contact Subtitled 35090 1.00 Our
Health in Our Hands 64651 1.30
The Programmers SCHOOLS
2.00 Business Studies
LANGUAGES
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
5.45 Public Project, Private
Finance 31800 6.15 The Passion forDistinctiveness
6.45-7.00am The Business of the Environment








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