6.05 The World of the Dragon 2710792 6.30 Church and Mosque Subtitled 27063 7.00 The Rucellai Madonna Subtitled 6635119 7.25
7.30 Personal Passions
This week, Winifred Robinson looks at knowledge management, how to learn from and apply experience.............. BROCHURE HOTLINE: 0[number removed]03. Ceefax: P627; website: www.open.ac.uk/businesscafe
Getting somewhere to stay. (Repeat)
Animated double bill. Repeat
The gang find themselves in detention.
Wayne and Charlene are too preoccupied to find a real present forfather's day
Natalie's teacher is in a rage, and Granny becomes a pirate.
Shown last Wednesday. BBCl Subtitled.
Lee wants to escape from the primary school terrorists.
Written by Roy Apps Repeat Subtitled.
Cartoon. Repeat ......................... Then Rewind 1920: Seeing Fairies. The tale of two girls who fooled the world with their photographs of fairies. Repeat
Interactive game show, with guests Holby City's Lisa Faulkner and Vince Pellegrino. Hosted by Robin Banks and Jemma James TO TAKE PART: ring [number removed] (calls cost 30p) Ceefax: p521: website: [web address removed]
Continuingthe comedy-drama compiled from a series shown in Fully Booked. Will the agency swallow their principles to win a bigcontract?
Written by Paul Brophy Revised repeat . Then Rewind 1921: the Experiment. The precocious talent of 14-year-old Frank Whittle , the future inventor of thejet engine. Repeat
Marge joins divorcee Ruth Powers for a wild night on the town.
Another edition is tomorrow at 6.15pm.
Stewart Lee and Richard Herring return with a ten-part comedy series, offering sit-down sofa humour plus sketches.
A weekly review of the principal political events in the south east.
Introduced by John Inverdale.
1.35,2.40,3.35 Motorsport Action from the opening event of the rallysprint season at Silverstone. Commentary is by Charlie Cox and Jonathan Legard.
1.55,2.55,3.50 Ice Hockey
Nottingham Panthers v Sheffield Steeleis Live coverage from Sheffield Arena of the Superleague Challenge Cup final. The commentators are Barry Davies , Ross Lambert and Bob Ballard.
4.35 Rugby Union A review of the weekend's Five Nations championship matches, includingWales'sgame against "sixth" nation Italy.
TV presentation (ice hockey) Mark Wilkin ; Editor
Michael Cole Digital widescreen ......
Michaela Strachan introduces thisweek'seditionfrom Egypt.
Director Martyn Suker : Series editor Sara Ford WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
5.15* Watch Out Britain Wildlife in spring in the Channel Islands. Series producer Mike Beynon ...
Michaela Strachan reports on the progress of orphaned orang-utans she helped rescue after last year's devastating fires that swept through the forests of Borneo and Sumatra.
A visit to a traditional farm in Devon where life has changed little in the last half-century and wildlife thrives - from bats and badgers to barn owls, otters and dormice. See today's choices.
Videoplus 5.10-6.45 (not PDC).
Wallace and Gromit's Pick of the Week: page 29
Behind the Scenes ofCrufts
The last visit to this year's Crufts reveals the major efforts involved in organising the world's top dog show.
Producer Rupert Rumney ; Executive producer Mike Ward
Stories making headlines in the world of business and finance.
Presented by Maya Even .
Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
David Dimbleby continues the story of the 14-year struggle over Britain's colony Rhodesia and the establishment of Zimbabwe.
Betrayal. A look at how
Ian Smith 's rebellion against the British crown was initially aided by South African support during sanctions, but laterwithdrawn, forci ng Smith to agree to majority rule. With Ian Smith , Pik Botha and Henry Kissinger. Director/Producer John Bridcut
Digital widescreen 0 The Andrew Duncan Interview with David Dimbleby : page 16
Kryten starts his own television station to entertain the prisoners, and the ratings soar with the broadcast of Women's Shower Night.
(Shown last Thursday)
Pop music quiz with guests DJ
Carl Cox , comic John Hegley and presenter Kate Thornton. Shown last Friday
Digital widescreen Subtitled ..
Drama. Bombay 1961: an eccentric Anglophile is undaunted by the news that her baby boy, Brit, has "bones like biscuits". Her husband, however, parades his son before one charlatan after another, hoping for a cure. Brit's sister Dolly is his true ally, providing unfaltering love. But Dolly abandons him when she marries and his father is cruelly torn from him. Then a new acquaintance enters his life and romance ensues. Widescreen.
♦ See Films: pages 56-63 ***
The short season of programmes about racial conflict continues with a special Storyville film about anti-Semitism in contemporary Poland.
The small town of Bransk used to boast a large Jewish population before the Holocaust. As Bransk prepares to celebrate its 500th anniversary, the authorities debate whetherto acknowledge the town's Jewish past. Director Marian Marzynski
The third of four films, in which European film-makers explore themes of racism, xenophobia and migration, tells the story of six-year-old Xose from
Mozambique as he journeys back to his own people after bei ng captured by Portuguese paratroopers duringthe final war against colonialism. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Last film is on Friday at
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Information Technology LANGUAGES
4.00 Make French Your Business
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Computers Don't Bite
Business: Teleworking OPEN UNIVERSITY
4456464 6.10 The Film Joyride
2784377 6.35-7.00am FourTowns and a Circus