A special Sunday edition of the pre-school series.
The children's poetry series, presented by Rik Mayall. Repeat
Presenter Tony Hart reveals more inventive ideas for creating pictures at home
Cartoon about a cat who gets into scrapes. Repeat ..........
Animated double bill. Repeat
The music-playing rodents deliver their own version of Moonlighting. Repeat.
Animation. Charlie Brown finds unusual ways to train his dog. Repeat ......
Australian drama. Wayne attempts to see the good side of the bully Kevin Merry
First of two episodes today from the series shown in 1993. Strange things are happeningand Dennis is convinced this is the end of Grange Hill. Today's episodes written by Alison Fisher Next episode at 11.25am Repeat Subtitled.
Six-part documentary series following a police initiative in Liverpool that has been set up to address the problem of inner-city youth crime. Children express their innermost thoughts and discuss their experiences as they participate in a scheme that rewards good behaviourwith special opportunities designed to bolster self-esteem, trust and teamwork..
The second of today's episodes. Who is the mysterious new arrival? Repeat Subtitled .............
Jamie Theakston travels to New York to meet Mariah Carey, who dispels the myth about her tangled love life and her so-called rivalry with Whitney Houston as well as shedding light on the background to her new album, The Ones. The next OZone is on Tuesday at 7.10pm
To gain her father's affection, daughter Lisa takes an interest in American football to advise Homer on how best to bet.
A double bill starts tomorrow at 6pm.
Documentary offering a glimpse behind the scenes of the series in which the mechanised creations of roboteers do battle with each other and against the show's resident metal marauders.
ShownonNewYear'sEve Subtitled ........ Robot Wars continueson Friday at6. 45pm
Stone Age animated comedy. The Gogs familygo house-hunting with enthusiasm, energy- and a total lack of any common sense. Repeat Subtitled ..................
Introduced by Hazel Irvine .
1.35SkiSunday Themen'sdownhillfrom Bormio in Italy, skHumpingfrom Garmisch, Germany, plus the twists and turns of the women's giant slalom and slalom events from Maribor in Slovenia. Commentary by Julian Tutt and Matt Chilton.
2.30 Cricket: the Ashes Highlights of the action in the second day's playfrom
Sydney in the Fifth and final Ashes Test.
3.00 World Darts Places in the last 16 are on offer in coverage from the Lakeside Country Club of the first round in the World Professional Darts championship. Commentary comes from Tony Green.
TV presentation Paul Davies , Jonny Bramley (skiing) Malcolm Kemp (darts)
Science-fiction double bill.
Dayof Honour. B'Elanna is having a bad time. She resents havingto work with Seven of Nine and is irritable with Paris.
Only Neelixguesses what is preying on her mind: she is concerned about an impending Klingon ritual, but a disaster in the engineering section puts her problems into perspective.
And at 6.25 Nemesis. Chakotay crash-lands on an alien planet and finds himself caught in the middle of a war between the Vori and the Kradin. With no means of making contact with Voyager, and convinced of the justice of the Vori cause,
Chakotay seems set to align himself with the Vori forces.
Videoplus code for 5.40-6.25pm
5.40-7.10pm(notPDC) The Next Generation: Wednesday at 6pm
Lt Tom Paris:
Seven of Nine:
Famed for its singular beauty and stunning architecture, the Taj Mahal-which contains the gem-covered tomb of Mumtaz Mahal, the emperor of India's beloved wife who died in childbirth - also honours one of the world's great love stories.
But the building is much more than a magnificent tomb for a deadqueen. Itisatestamentto the almost megalomaniac ambition ofthe emperor of a brutally cruel regime. Cameras go inside the Taj Mahal to reveal its beauty and uncover its true story, which has lain hidden for almost 400 years. Presented by Dr Kate Spence. See today's choices.
Producer Ron Johnston ; Executive producer Richard Denton ILLUSTRATED TRANSCRIPT: to obtain a copy, send a cheque for £3. 99, payable toBSS.to: [address removed]
The House of Lords is one ofthe oldest legislative chambers in the world. This three-part series follows the house over the last six months, gaining considerable access to its workings and main characters. TugofWar. The series opens with the annual tug-of-war contest between the Lords and the Commons, won by the formerforthe last ten years.
The struggle for supremacy takes on a more serious note as members ofthe Opposition believe they have found an anomaly in the Government's plans for university tuition fees. Narrated by Clive Anderson. See today's choices. Producers Tricia Lawton and Daniel Brittain-Catlin
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In the 40 years since
Sir Alec Issigonis launched a motoring revolution with the introduction of the Mini, the evergreen model has proved popularthe world over. Quentin Willson traces the colourful history of the small car with the very big reputation.
Producer Ben Southwell ; Editor Jon Bentley Repeat Subtitled ..................
Mark Kermode introduces David Lean 's
Oscar-winning romantic epic, the second of two films shown in tribute to cinematographer
Freddie Young , who died last month. Starring
Robert Mitchum , Sarah Miles Trevor Howard , John Mills
1916. In the stark Irish coastal village of Kirrary, the excitable young Rosy Ryan marries the man of her dreams - a dependable schoolmaster twice her age. But marriage proves a less-than-romantic experience, and her passionate nature is soon drawn to a handsome young British officer sent to the district to round up
Republican rebels. Widescreen.
Digital widescreen Subtitled. ♦ See Films: pp 42-48 *****
Ray Stubbs introduces action from tonight's matches in the World Professional Darts championship at the Lakeside
Country Club. Among the players stepping up to the oche this evening is numbertwo seed
Ronnie Baxter of England.
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