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: Pingu

Animated Antarctic antics.
Repeated at8.50am Repeat

: Teletubbies

IceSkating. Po spills her Tubby Custard. Children ice skate.
Shown yesterday at 10am

Contributors

Unknown: Tubby Custard.

: Snorks

Watery cartoon

: The Really Wild Show

From Costa Rica.
Shownyesterday4.35pmBBCl
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1

: Taz-mania

Antipodean animation.
First shown on ITV

: Polka Dot Shorts

Further adventures in the world filled with spots.......

: Pingu

Shownat7am .............

: School programmes

Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 images (ages 11-13) OfSkye 7505494 9.10 What? Where? When?
Why? (ages 6-7) In the Dark-Creatures of the Night 7585630 9.25 The Art (ages 11-16) The Art of Drawing 4243920 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)

: Teletubbies

Sing a Song of Sixpence. The Teletubbies display their vocal abilities.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am ...............

: School programmes

10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Sideby Side 9166104 10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Technology- Puppets 9161659 11.00
Around Scotland (ages 10-12) The Year of the Prince - Divided Loyalties
11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 11-13) Investigating Europe -Industrial GearChange 3039104 11.40 Science in Action (ages 11-14) Rocks
6410185 12.00 Revista (ages 11-14) Mi Barrio 5135746 12.15 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13) FerienundFeste

: Working Lunch

Business and consumernews

: Brum

Fun with the animated automobile. Repeat

: The History Hour

1.10 War Walks Atripto Naseby battlefield, Northamptonshire. Repeat Then at 1.40 Hart-Davis on History
In Dorset, Adam Hart-Davis focuses on the Tolpuddle Martyrs and the Cerne
Giant, while Jayne Constantinis meets the Friends of the Dorset Archives.
Videopluscodeforl.10-l.40pm ...... Code for 1.40-2.10pm ................... Code for 1.10-2.10pm(notPDC) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education

Contributors

Unknown: Adam Hart-Davis
Unknown: Jayne Constantinis

: Awash with Colour

Artist Dermot Cavanagh is in Inishowen.
First shown on BBC Northern Ireland ...
2.40 News and Regional News

Contributors

Artist: Dermot Cavanagh

: Westminster

Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, live from the House of Commons.
Editor Alexandra Henderson
3.50 News and Regional News

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: Kaye

Guests share more problems....

: Ready Steady Cook

The against-the-clock cookery challenge, hosted by Fern Britton. Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Fern Britton.

: Esther

Ex-beauty queens reflect on the highs and lows of parading along catwalks.
Repeat Subtitled ...........................

: Whose House?

Tom O'Connor and Julie Peasgood try to deduce who lives in today's property..

Contributors

Unknown: Tom O'Connor
Unknown: Julie Peasgood

: Star Trek: the Next Generation: I, Borg

Picard, still affected by his abduction by the Borg, battles with his emotions when an adolescent member of the Collective is brought onto the Enterprise for medical treatment. Repeat Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tomorrow 6pm

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

American fantasydrama series starring Sarah Michelle Gellar Out of Mind, Out of Sight. Buffy is convinced that someone has a grudge against May Queen candidate Cordelia when the popular girl's date and her friend are attacked by an unseen force.
* Anthony Head: People, page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Sarah Michelle Gellar

: Sophie Grigson's Herbs

Anise and Celery. Herbs that taste of anise and celery influence tonight's recipes as fennel, dill, lovage, chervil and tarragon are allied with chicken, eggs and fish. Items include distinguishingdill from fennel, the renaissance of lovage, and the role of tarragon in French cuisine, as demonstrated by guest chef Raymond Blanc 's potage. Plus salmon burgers with dill and capers, grilled sardines with pepper and fennel vinaigrette, potato skins with blue cheese and lovage dip, and roast chicken with tarragon cream sauce. Director Stuart Bateup
Producer Mary Clyne * See Food: page 36

Contributors

Unknown: Raymond Blanc
Director: Stuart Bateup
Producer: Mary Clyne

: University Challenge

Jeremy Paxman poses the questions as teams from
Bangor, University of Wales, and Bristol University compete in the first of the quarter-finals.
Director Vemon Antcliff ; Producer Peter Gwyn

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremy Paxman
Director: Vemon Antcliff
Producer: Peter Gwyn

: Looking Good

Tonight in the fashion and beauty programme, atripto Los Angeles to previewthe American spring fashions, make-up artist Patrick Swann 's guide to achieving a well-defined pairof eyebrows, and a fortysomething divorcee discovers how a little restyling can help restore her confidence. Presented by Lowri Turner. Series editor Jeanine Josman
BBC BOOK: LookingGood, price £9.99. is available from retailers

Contributors

Artist: Patrick Swann
Presented By: Lowri Turner.
Editor: Jeanine Josman

: Diana's Neighbours

Chancellor ofthe
Exchequer
Gordon Brown 's proposal to build a memorial garden to Diana,
Princess of Wales near her former home in London's
Kensington Gardens has not met with the approval of all the residents of London W8. This
Modern Times documentary follows their campaign to protect the park from redevelopment. The Modern Times strand resumes later in the spring. See today's choices.
ProducerVtvianne Howard:
Serieseditor Alex Holmes

Contributors

Unknown: Gordon Brown
Unknown: Serieseditor Alex Holmes

: Trouble at the Top

Restoration Comedy. Home
House is a decaying 18th-century mansion in London's West End that has been empty forthe past 12 years. Brian Clivaz , a former restaurant manager and hotelier with £12 million to invest, plans to reopen it as a five-star private members' club. But 16 weeks before opening, with 70 rooms and a restaurant, bar and health spa still unfinished, his chances of finding 1,500 customers and opening on time look uncertain. Producer Mary Fitzpatrick ; Series producer SueBourne Subtitled ............

Contributors

Unknown: Brian Clivaz
Producer: Mary Fitzpatrick

: Newsnight

News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Subtitled. WEBSITE; www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Then Video Nation Shorts

: A Living Hell

Professor Lewis Wolpert ends his three-part series on depression by reviewing the relative merits of treatments available. He examines the effectiveness of anti-depressants, the approach of cognitive therapy, the apparent dangers of electroconvulsive therapy, and the use of the alternative remedy St John 's wort. Producer Dai Richards : Executive producer Alan Bookbinder
HELPLINE: to speak in confidence, call BBC Actionline free on [number removed]09. Lines are open after the programme until 2am. and tomorrow between 9am and 3pm
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education * Dr Mark Porter : page 41
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Professor Lewis Wolpert
Unknown: St John
Producer: Dai Richards
Producer: Alan Bookbinder
Unknown: Dr Mark Porter

: Despatch Box

Anne Mackenzie reports on Prime Minister's Questions.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne MacKenzie

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Rocky Shores -Life on the Edge 36586 1.00 Tropical Forest -the Conundrum of Coexistence
89215 1.30 Managing for Biodiversity - Forests in Trinidad
SCHOOLS
2.00 Science
LANGUAGES
4.00 Make German Your
Business (part 2)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Updates Unit 086; Unit 085
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Body Plans
6.10 Insect Diversity
6.35-7.00am Molluscs,
Mechanisms and Minds








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