A wordless story from
New Zealand. Repeat
Tamzin Griffin tells a story about a naughty snake. Shown yesterday at 10am
Another animated underwater adventure
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBCl
Wild cartoon fun.
First shown on ITV ............................
More antics in the Land of Roo with Polkaroo
Animated antics. With the voice of Dennis Waterman
Repeated at 1pm (Repeat)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Storytime (ages 4-5) (with signing) 6388875 9.10 Belief File: Judaism (ages 11-16) The Torah subtitled 4672505 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) OurEnvironment-
Town 1757050 9.45 Come Outside (ages
4-5) Street Lamps
Turban. TheTeletubbies watch a little boy making a turban to wear. Repeatedtomorrowat7.05am Repeat
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5)
10.45 Teaching Today Electricity- Does It Work? 698673 11.15 ZigZag(ages
7-9) Weather- World Weather
11.35 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Islam 8451050 11.50 JobBank(ages
14-19) Design and Technology Teacher Subtitled 6058645 12.00 Job Bank (ages 14-19) Beauty Therapist
7970050 12.10 English File (ages 11-16) In Context- Of Mice and Men
Business and consumer news
Caroline Righton discovers the best in food, wine and travel from Madrid and central Spain. Repeat .................
Swimmer Sharron Davies talks about the highs and lows of her sporting career and reveals her reasons for retiring.
Former Liverpool and Scotland striker
Ian St John visits Anfield to recall his life on the pitch. Subtitled .................
DermotCavanagh paints Jim Reynolds 's beautiful garden at Trim in Meath.
First shown on BBC Northern Ireland .............
Weekdaydiscussion show hosted by Kaye Adams in which guests share their problems and get some advice...
The cookery challenge show, presented byFern Britton. Subtitled .............
Esther Rantzen talks to women who are addicted to gambl ing and to others who have kicked the habit. Subtitled ..
Quiz, with Martyn Lewis.
AMan Alone. SecurityChiefOdo is suspected of murdering an old adversary. Repeat Subtitled.
The two-part pilot episode of the US science-fiction series.
Brilliant physicist Sam Beckett takes part in a time-travelling experiment that goes badly wrong. The second part is next
Is it racist or just thoughtless to offer bacon sandwiches to
Muslim prisoners? How is it that young black soldiers can still be hounded out of the army? Hugh Muir reveals the racism atthe core of the country's biggest institutions and asks whether prejudices can ever be purged. Producer James Cameron ; Executive producer John Samson REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
First in a new six-part series celebrating Britain's industrial heritage, presented by Bolton-based steeplejack Fred Dibnah. Wind, Water and Steam. The first leg of this nostalgic tour of Britain's most treasured sites of industrial history begins on the old Bolton, Bury and Manchester canal. Fred looks at early uses of wind and water power and traces the steam engine's development. Producer David Hall ; Executive producers Mike Greenwood and Paddy McCreanor
Digital widescreen Subtitled.......... TELEPHONE: 0[number removed] for details of industrial heritage sites. POSTER PACK: send cheques for £3, payable to BBC Education, to [address removed] WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education/dibnah * Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 36
A four-part series putting aspiring entrepreneurs to the test.
Each week two teams of three wheeler dealers are challenged to maketheirfortune in atrade that they know nothing about, with only £1,000 to help them on theirway. I the first programme contestants tackle antiques and art dealing. With Adrian Chiles. Director Lynn Keane ; Series producer ShaunaMinoprio Digital widescreen
The popular sci-fi comedy returns for a new eight-part series.
Back in the Red (part 1). The nanobots have succeeded in re-creating Red Dwarf and have populated the new ship with its old crew. See today's choices.
Written by Doug Naylor; Director/Producer Ed Bye Repeated next Sunday
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........ * See This Week: page 6
Red Dwarf VIII
9.00pm BBC2 Smegheads rejoice! Rimmer et al are back for more outrageous space oddities. Shot as a mixture of film and studio-audience performance, the eighth series follows on from an earlier run of repeats that will make the contrast very interesting viewing indeed.
No tapes were available and information was pretty scarce, but then that's all the better to get you salivating. However we know that in the first of a two-parter, Kryten's self-repairing system - the nanobots - have re-created the shrunken mining ship Red Dwarf with all the old crew on board, including Norman Lovett as the phlegmatic Holly, and Rimmer without his H logo. Now what could that mean?
A documentary examining the work of US heart specialist Michael DeBakey and his colleagues, who have been attemptingto perfect a new generation of miniature pumps that could make permanent artificial hearts a reality. This film charts the dramatic story of the pumps' evolution and follows the results of the first clinical trial.
Producer Dev Varma ; Series edtor John Lynch Digital widescreen
The first of six short films about tools and those who use them.
The Saw. The work of a woman who makesjigsaw puzzles with an electric scroll saw and a sculptorwho uses a chainsaw. Director Daniel Barry ; Executive producer
SaulNasse Subtitled .............
WithKirstyWark. Subtitted.291760 Then Video Nation Shorts
Mark Lawson isjoined by Tom Paulin ,GermaineGreerand Ekow Eshun to review this week's cultural highlights. Series producer Mark Bell ; Editor
Bilko claims to have seen a UFO.
(Black and white)
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Athens Democracy for the Few 99635 1.00 Out of the Melting Pot FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Teamworking: Leadership LANGUAGES
4.00 Suenos-World Spanish 17-20 (with subtitles) TEACHER TRAINING
5.00 Central Bureau
5.30 The Bridge OPEN UNIVERSITY
Subtitled 9095093 6.10-7 .00am