Agatha makes some changes at the toy shop
Triple bill of animated fun. Repeat
Including the story behind the invention of television.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Animated cat and mouse capers. Repeat ....
More adventures with Polkaroo in the Land of Roo.
How the Whale Got
His Throat, narrated by Geoffrey Matthews. Repeated at lpm Repeat..................
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Job Bank (ages 14-16) Digital
Media Developer Subtitled 6976619 9.10 Watch Out (ages 7-11) RearingYoung Subtitled 3985868 9.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Art Start -Clay Subtitled 5674058 9.45
Come Outside (ages 4-5) Rubbish
WashingUp. TheTubbies have a messy day. Repeat
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) The Rainbow Balloon 9123400 10.45 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) The Environment- Down on the Farm Subtitled 8478348 11.05 Space Ark(ages7-ll) The Environment -
Recycling Living Things
11.15 ZigZag(ages7-9) AncientGreece - the Parthenon Subtitled 4681936 11.35
Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+) Christianity - the Church Subtitled 1227810 11.50
Susanne (ages 14-16) - drama serial in German. 5023477 12.10 The Geography Programme (ages 11-13) Investigating Britain -Industrial Waste
Business and consumernews
Starting at Land's End, Bob Langley considers the wildlife and folklore of the ancient counties of Cornwall and Devon.
Repeat WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
Live first-round coverage from the Oxfordshire Golf Club of the Benson and Hedges International Open, the first
British tournament of the 1999 European tour. A year ago Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke took the spoils afterfour sparkling rounds, beating Spain's Santiago Luna by three shots. Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Allis , Alex Hay , Mike Hughesdon and Beverly Lewis.
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...........
Continued live coverage of the first round of the International Open at the Oxfordshire Golf Club. Britain's three-times former Open champion Nick Faldo heads an impressive entry list, which also includes Ryder Cup colleagues Seve Ballesteros, Per-Ulrik Johansson and two-times former International Open winner Bernhard Langer.
Executive producer John Shrewsbury
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...............
If Wishes Were Horses
CommanderSisko, Dr Bashir and Chief O'Brien find their fantasies comingtrue.
On the eve of the 1999 Cricket
World Cup, Jamie Theakston previews the tournament, which, with 180 players from 12 countries playing42 matches at 21 venues over a 38-day period, is the biggest competition ever staged in the sport.
Brian Lara , Shane Warne ,
Allan Donald and Wasim Akram assess the chances of the countries, and Theakston visits Alec Stewart and the England squad as they make final preparations fortomorrow's openinggame against title-holders Sri Lanka at Lord's, highlights of which can be seen at8.30pm. Plus a look at Sri Lanka and Scotland.
Producers Phil Bigwood and Martyn Smith WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cricket
Diane-Louise Jordan and Rob Curling
head west from London in search of things to do in the South East region. They try horse-whispering, Bhangra dancing and kayaking along a canal, and get padded up for the rough and tumble of ice hockey. DirectorClaire Hobday; Producer
Louise Cartwright REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
The Red Centre. The Aboriginal people of central Australia have survived in the harshest of environments for thousands of years. Ray Mears visits the Pitjantjatjara lands to find out howthey use their hunting and gathering skills. Last in series, which returns later in the year. Director/Series producer Annette Martin
Repeat Digital widescreen
Tiff Needell drives Honda's replacement forthe sporty NSX, the S2000, to find out whether it lives up to expectations.
Producer Philip Thickett ; Editor Jon Bentley Digital widescreen TOPGEAR MAGAZINE: available from newsagents, price 13.20
The series on the history of the solar system continues.
Giants. For centuries
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune had puzzled astronomers, but in the late seventies the Voyager space probe embarked on a 12-year, four billion-mile journey to explore them, and found worlds that defied imagination. See today's choices. Series producer David McNab Executive producer John Lynch
Digital widescreen CD: The Planets soundtrack is available now on BBC Music label
READER OFFER: buy the BBC hardback book The Planets, foronly£17.99, inclusive of P&P; (rrp £19.99). To order call 0[number removed] or send a cheque, payable to RT Offers, to [address removed]
A series exploring the emotions and conventions surrounding death and bereavement.
The Loss. Family members who have had to deal with their feelings after losing a loved one talk about their experiences.
Maggie agonises over whether she could have saved her son,
Marie's daughterwas murdered and her body has never been found, and Doriswas widowed duringthe Second World War. See today's choices.
Director Richard Bradley ; ProducerHilary Clarke Digital widescreen BBC ACTION LINE: viewers facing bereavement can ring [number removed]09; lines are open from 10.30pm to midnight and tomorrow from 9am to 3pm website: www.bbc.co.uk/education
With Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
Mark Lawson isjoined by Tom Paulin , Tony Parsons and Allison Pearson to reviewthe week's cultural highlights. Series producer Mark Bell
Followed by Holiday Weather
Political discussion, with Anne Mackenzie
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Containing the Pacific Subtitled 12530 1.00
Desertification - a Threat to
Peace? 56511 1.30 Declining Citizenship FURTHER EDUCATION
2.00 Business Administration
TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education The Holocaust on Film (part 2) 962881 4.30 Rim Education The Exhibitor's Tale
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 WEBWISE Working on the Internet
5-45 Alaska Subtitled 2358172 6.10
A Level Playing Field?
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