Animated Antarctic antics.
RePeated at 8.50am Repeat
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Tinky Winkyand Po follow each other around. Shown yesterday at 10am ..................
Shown yesterday 4.35pm BBC1 Then Rewind ShownyesterdayBBCl
Cartoon. Repeat .........................
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Environment (ages 12-14) it's Our World... and I'm Worried 7341298 9.10 What? Where?When?Why?(ages 6-7) In the Dark -People of the Night 9-25 The Art (ages 11-16) TheArtof Identity 4089724 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Guess Who lAm? Some children pretend to be different animals.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am ...............
10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Sideby Side 9902908 10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Technology-Puppets 9990163 11.00
Around Scotland (ages 10-12) The Year of the Prince - It's Over 3928908 11.20
The Geography Programme (ages 11-13) investigating Europe -Alpine Squeeze 3875908 11.40 Science in Action (ages 11-14) Variables
12.00 Revista (ages 11-14) Moda
YMedia 5964250 12.15 Hallo aus Berlin (ages 11-13) Unser Berlin
Business and consumer news.......
l.lOTheEdge Cameron McNeish celebrates the cl imbing career of Scot TomPatey. Repeat
Then at 1.40 Hart-Davis on History The story of William Wilberforce.
Videoplus code for 1.10-1. 40pm ...... Code for 1.40-2.10pm ................... Code for 1.10-2.10pm (not PDC) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
With rugby star Bill Beaumont. ...
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Guests share more problems
National Lottery winners reveal how it feels to become a millionaire overnight.
Repeat Subtitled ...........................
Edward Enfield and Wendy Richard try to deduce today's occupant
Craig Doyle appeals on behalf of the Environmental Investigation Agency.
ShownSundayonBBCl Subtitled ........
Following a a transporter malfunction, Geordi and Ensign Ro are presumed dead by the Enterprise crew. In fact they are invisible and simply unable to communicate with their colleagues.
Repeat Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tomorrow 6pm
The Helsinki championships get underway with newly crowned European champion Alexei
Yagudinfrom Russia defending his title in the men's short programme and compatriots Elena Berezhnaya and Anton Sikharulidze attempting to claim a second world title in the pairs. Further coverage on BBC1 at
11.55pm. With Sue Barker. Producer Julie Griffiths ; Executive producer Barbara Slater
SaladHerbs. Thisweekthe pesky dandelion gets a culinary make-over in a simple
French-inspired salad. Sophie explores the possibilities of rocket, the kingpin salad herb of the 90s, in a salmon dish and a spaghetti sauce, andguestchef Lesley Waters turns to sorrel for a rustic French omelette.
Director Stuart Bateup
Producer Mary Clyne BBC BOOK: Sophie Grigson 's Herbs, price £ 18.99. is available from retailers # See Food: page 32
Jeremy Paxman poses the questions as teams from Oriel College, Oxford, and Leicester
University compete for a place in the semi-finals.
Tonight in the fashion and beauty programme Angela Buttolph visits LA to catch the latest trainers, hair products and beauty treatments and Dee Shreeve reveals how her new wardrobe and hairstyle has affected her. Plus a style guide forexpectant mothers, howto avoid common hairdisasters and successfully layering the latest sheerfabrics. Presented by Lowri Turner.
Series editor Jeanine Josman
BBC BOOK: LookingGood, price £9.99, is available from retailers
Degsy Rides Again
Broadcaster and managing director
John Myers has a reputation as the grim reaper of disc jockeys. Now it is six weeks till the launch of a new commercial radio station in Manchester. But will his chosen star, notorious politician Derek Hatton , make the grade as Degsythe talk show host? If he fails John plans to pursue exclusive commentary rights for Manchester United football games instead.
Tensions mount when the first set of official audience ratings is released. See today's choices. Series producer Sue Bourne ; Series editor Robert Thirkell
The story of what happened to the leaders and members of the National Front, Britain's most successful far-right party, since their support collapsed in the 1979 General Election.
Uncovered here, against a backdrop of street violence and vitriolic racism, is the
"Massacre of Welling Library" in which the British National Party left 16 people in need of hospital treatment. Plus the influence of Italian neo-fascists on modern-day supporters.
Digital widescreen Subtitled...
See Polly Toynbee: page 11
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Including at
11.00 News Headlines.
Good Vibrations. No one is tone deaf, everyone is musical and even before birth we respond to music saythe experts. In this story about an autistic boy called Steven, the healing power of music is revealed. Presented by Stephanie Hughes. Director Jonathan Haswell
Executive producer Bob Lockyer
Digital widescreen # See John Peel: page 9
Followed by Weatherview
Garth Crooks reports on Prime
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Good Seeing 41670 1.00 Cosmic Recycling Subtitled 78361 1.30 Venus
2.00 Religious Education LANGUAGES
4.00 Make German Your
Business (part 2)
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
500 RCN Nursing Updates Unit 086/085 OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Biological Barriers
6.10 Building in Cells