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: Children's BBC Breakfast: Dilly the Dinosaur

Animated fun.
Repeated at 8.55 am (Repeat)

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Teletubbies

Harp. Tinky Winky and Po playa a harp that appears in Teletubbyland. Shown yesterday at 10am ..................

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Yogi's Treasure Hunt

Cartoon with the opportunist bear. Repeat

: Children's BBC Breakfast: The Really Wild Show

Australia is the first port of call for the start of a new series of the wildlife show.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1

Followed by Rewind
Another chance to see the first of 100 short films portraying children's eyewitness accounts of historical events occurring this century. Shown yesterday on BBC1

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Taz-mania

A double bill of cartoon fun.
First shown on ITV

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Polka Dot Shorts

Further adventures in a spotted world....

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Dilly the Dinosaur

Animation.
Shown at 7am .................................

: Children's BBC Breakfast: Brum

Fun with the little car.
Repeated at 1pm Repeat .................

: The Phil Silvers Show

US army comedy set at Fort Baxter.

9.10 Bilko Talks in His Sleep
While out for the count, Bilko unwittingly reveals some of his gambling secrets.

Then at 9.35 Cherokee Ernie
Bilko discovers a legal loophole that would return ownership of the state of Oklahoma to the native Americans.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

: Children's BBC: Teletubbies: Hermit Crabs

TheTubbies play a coming-and-going game.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am

: The Battle of Austerlitz

Historical drama starring Pierre Mondy, Jean Mercure
With the betrayal of the treaty of Amiens, Napoleon Bonaparte, newly crowned
Emperor of France, faces the British and their allies at a climactic battle.
Director Abel Gance (1960) * See Films: pages 42-48 **

Contributors

Director: Abel Gance
Napoleon Bonaparte: Pierre Mondy
Talleyrand: Jean Mercure
General Weirother: Jack Palance
Robert Fulton: Orson Welles
Mademoiselle de Vaudey: Leslie Caron
Pauline: Claudia Cardinale
Lucien Bonaparte: Rossano Brazzi

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news.......

: Brum

Shown at 9am ...

: The Arts and Crafts Hour

Weekday arts-and-crafts advice.
1.10 The Antiques Show Francine Stock talks about clocks and reveals more tips of the antiques trade. Repeat
Then at 1.40 The Arts and Crafts Show Paper kites and the delicate craft of making dolls. With Caroline Righton.
Videopluscodeforl.10-l.40pm ...... Codeforl.40-2.10pm ................... Code for 1.10-2.10pm (not PDC)

Contributors

Unknown: Caroline Righton.

: World Darts

Second-round highlights as the World Professional Darts championship continues at Frimley Green. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with commentary by Tony Green and John Part
Including at 2.40 and 3.25 News and Regional News Subtitled Weather

Contributors

Introduced By: Ray Stubbs
Commentary By: Tony Green

: Cricket: The Ashes

England's five-match Ashes Test series Down Under draws to a close with highlights from the final day's play at Sydney. With Richie Benaud

Contributors

Unknown: Richie Benaud

: Star Trek: the Next Generation: Hero Worship

An away team searching through the wreckage of a vessel find a boy among the debris. Data decides to befriend him in an effort to learn if the craft was attacked by aliens. (Repeat)
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - tomorrow 6pm

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Witch

American comedy fantasy drama series about a teenage girl who discovers that her destiny is to help to rid the world of vampires.
A tyrannical mother with ambitions to relive her schooldays as a cheerleader makes life very hot for Buffy.

Contributors

Buffy: Sarah Michelle Gellar
Xander: Nicholas Brendon
Willow: Alyson Hannigan
Cordelia: Charisma Carpenter
Giles: Anthony Stewart Head
Joyce: Kristine Sutherland
Amy: Elizabeth Ann Allen
Catherine: Robin Riker

: Tales from the Riverbank: If You Want to Be Happy, Learn to Fish

Another chance to see the six-part series examining the popular pastime of fishing.
In this first programme, introduced by actor Geoffrey Palmer, a selection of anglers explain their reasons for fishing: John Barbel enjoys the peaceful escapism while writer Bernard Venables appreciates the beauty of the fish themselves.
Producer Mary Summerill ; Series producer Mike Gunton Repeat

Contributors

Unknown: Geoffrey Palmer
Unknown: John Barbel
Unknown: Bernard Venables
Producer: Mary Summerill

: Battle of the Sexes

In the Animal World
The first of six documentary films examining the sexual behaviour of animals.
Ways of Being Male. The catalogue of ploys and plots used by males in orderto mate with females, ranging from relying on their strength and size to employing somewhat subtler approaches. Narrated by Samuel West. See today's choices. Producer John Sparks
Digital widescreen Subtitled .. BBC BOOK: Battle of the Sexes, price
118.99. available from retailers

Contributors

Unknown: Samuel West.

: Home Front

Salvage expert Neville Griffiths shows a couple how to re-create a period bathroom in tonight's edition of the series divulging the secrets of home decorating.
Anne McKevitt offers advice on buyinga sofa, while Kevin Allan demonstrates howto transform a drab dining room into a Britpop-themed party space. Plus another update on the restoration of a couple's
Victorian house in north London, where this week Lloyd Farmar unveils designs for a new kitchen. Hosted by Tessa Shaw. Editor Franny Moyle
Producer Edward Bazalgette
Digitalwidescreen

Contributors

Unknown: Neville Griffiths
Unknown: Anne McKevitt
Unknown: Kevin Allan
Unknown: Lloyd Farmar
Unknown: Tessa Shaw.
Editor: Franny Moyle
Producer: Edward Bazalgette

: Red Dwarf

The Gunmen of the Apocalypse An episode from the sixth series of the sci-fi comedy, first shown in 1993, where Kryten contracts a deadly computer virus.
Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor Director Ed Bye : Exective producer
DougNaylor Repeat

Contributors

Written By: Rob Grant
Written By: Doug Naylor
Director: Ed Bye
Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Lister: Craig Charles
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn
Loretta: Jennifer Calvert
Famine: Dinny Powell

: Time Season: Clockwatch

Two more programmes that examine the concept of time.
9.30 Clockwatch: The Carnforth Clock. The series continues with the story of the timepiece, located in a small railway station in Lancashire, that featured in David Lean's 1945 classic British film Brief Encounter.
Digital widescreen

Contributors

Unknown: David Lean

: Time Season: The Flow of Time

Most believe that time flows forward in an unbroken progression, yet some modern physicists claim that discrete moments in the past, present or future may exist simultaneously, albeit in a way that is hard to comprehend. This film explores various perceptions of the passing of time.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...

Contributors

Producer: David Malone
Executive Producer: Michael Mosley

: Trade Secrets

Professional photographers pass on their trade tips for successfully developing stills. (Repeat)

Contributors

Director: Edwina Vardey

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Subtitled.

Followed by Suspended in Time
Time Season continues with fast-talking Sean Shannon discussing his childhood experiences.

: World Darts

Highlights from the last four second-round matches. Hosted byRayStubbs Followed by Weatherview

: The Phil Silvers Show: Bilko Enters Politics

A surprise candidate is put forward by Bilko to stand in the election to decide the next mayor of Roseville.
(Black and white) (Repeat)








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