Humpty. Bear and Polkaroo build a large balloon,
It's a cold day but Truman won't wear his scarf
Crazy fun with Dick Dastardly and the gang. Repeat....
Chuckle Brothers game Show. Repeat Subtitled ....
A triple bill of animated fun. Repeat ....
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Teen sitcom with live action and animation. Repeat......
Penny draws a statue. Repeated at 1pm (Repeat)
The Teletubbies do some exercises. Repeat ....
Disney comedy starring
Edward Herrman , Barbara Harris
An enthusiastic young priest gets into all sorts of trouble after the church funds are gambled and lost on a horse race.
Director Bruce Bilson (1979, U) * See Films: pp 54-59 *
Bilko's platoon becomes cowboy mad.
Black and white Repeat
Business and consumer news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw
The famous Civil War battlefield of Naseby is the starting point for an exploration into the nature of Northamptonshire. Producer Richie Stewart ; Series producer
MikeFinlason Repeat ....
Coverage of the seventh round as the Championship reaches South America.
Commentary by Tiff Needle. .....
Roy Noble 's thoughts on the French existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre.
Rabbi Lionel Blue remembers the day he was chosen to become a rabbi. Repeat
The first of four daily phone-ins in advance of next week's European Parliament elections. Today Alex Salmond , leader of the Scottish National Party and Dafydd Wigley , president of Plaid Cymru, can be called on [number removed]444. (Calls charged at national rate.) Subtitled ............. SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 4
The art of embroidery. Repeat.
Pom worries about Tony's health.
First shown on ITV ...................................
Culinary challenge show. subtitled.
Fear. Today's guests discuss fears and how to conquer them.
The celebrity panel challenge 23
Comedy starring Will Smith as a streetwise young man who goes to live with his rich relatives.
Repeat Subtitled .....
Draz is upset that Anita has decided to attend Todd's self-defence classes.
Postponed from 25 May
Jayne Middlemiss, Jamie Theakston and Rajesh Mirchandani report from the Ivor Novello Awards, the music industry's awards ceremony for song-writers. Hopefuls include Catatonia and B*Witched.
A Difficult Diagnosis.
Susan Donald reports on the growing evidence that thousands of people in Britain have been wrongly diagnosed as epileptics. And there's a look at how some women are not told that the drugs used to control epilepsy can cause birth defects.
Producer Jonathan Elliott Subtitled ..... 72
Tonight, chefs "Big" Kevin Belton and "Little" Kevin Woodford focus on organic ingredients. Woodfood creates an unusual
"Irish Pick Me Up" with seaweed he's collected from a beach in Ireland, and in San Francisco the pair visit a farm that grows edible weeds. Other culinary delights include lemon oil and organic goat's cheese tart. Series producer Andrew Fettis
Executive producer Donna Taberer
Digital widescreen ♦ See Food: page 30
♦ Cooking and cutlery giveaways and offers: page
Merchandise spin-offs from the first three Star Wars movies made over £2.4 billion. As the Star Wars prequel inspires a new generation of toys,
Tim Wonnacott discovers that these plastic figures can make surprisingly lucrative investments.
James Breese goes to a car boot sale in Castle Combe and learns that experienced buyers always arrive with a strategy. Presented by Fiona Bruce. Series producer Alison Bennett
Series editor Jane Lomas Subtitled.
Another chance to see the 100th episode of the popular sitcom. Nuptials. As the day of Garth's wedding dawns, Dorien informs Sharon and Tracey that she won't be attending the ceremony.
Episode written by Gary Lawson and John Phelps ; Director Terry Kinane ; Producer
Tony Charles Repeat
America's most powerful leaders are drawn from a network of secretive societies known as the "Greek system". The first in an eight-part documentary series looks at their selection procedures. Contains strong language. See today's choices. Director Stuart Greig
Series editor David Pearson
Digital widescreen * See John Peel: page 8
Monologues exploring the African-Caribbean experience in the UK. The House of Usher. Shaniqua is certain she'll be a pop star. Starring Sandra Bee.
Written by Carol Russell ; Producer
Paulette Randall ; Director Avril E Russell
By the UK Independence Party.
With Jeremy Paxman. Including at 1L00 News headlines.
A chance to catch up with some of the characters from the original series of films about life in Russia three years ago. Shown over three consecutive nights. See today's choices. Series director Amanda Feldon
Series producer Helen Molchanoff
Bilko is treated like a genius.
Black and white Repeat
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 A Language for
Movement Subtitled 14734 LOO
Talking Buildings 74753 L30 Flight Simulators and Robots
2.00 PSHE: Job Bank
4.00 The French Experience BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 WEBWISE Searching the Web
5.45 Fluid Flows 9924463 6.10
6.35-7.00am Open Advice: Time for You sumied