More adventures with Polkaroo and friends
The goblins cast spells on everyone.
Competitive cartoon fun. Repeat....
Game show, hosted by the Chuckle Brothers.
Animated cat-and-mouse capers. Repeat ...........
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Teenage sitcom, combining live action and animation, about pupils who create a comic book.
How the Leopard Got
His Spots, read by Geoffrey Matthews.
Repeated at 12.40pm Repeat ..............
Giraffes. Andy Brown and some children see giraffes.
Documentary charting the relationship between a boy and an elephant in Sri Lanka. Repeat Subtitled ....
Bob Langley and his team of rural experts reach John O'Groats , the northernmost point of the mainland. Wildcats and golden eagles put in an appearance and some of Scotland's top climbers demonstrate their skills.
Business and consumer news.
Live coverage from Paris of the women's semi-finals in the French Open. Presented by Sue Barker , with studio guests Jo Durie and Peter Fleming and commentary from John Barrett , David Mercer , Mark Cox and Virginia Wade
Conservative Party leader William Hague answers questions from the public in the third of four phone-ins about major issues in the European Parliament elections. Presented by Diana Madill.
The phone-in number is [number removed]4444. SIMULTANEOUS BROADCAST: with Radio 4
Further live coverage of the women's semi-finals in the French Open.
Cookery challenge. Subtitled .......... # Cooking and cutlery giveaways and offers: page
Inventions. Esther Rantzen's studio guests are inventors who discuss how difficult it is to get new ideas accepted. They include Edward Prosser , one of the lucky ones whose invention has been marketed. Bright ideas demonstrated on the show include a collapsable wheelbarrow and a talking potty.
The show visits Bristol as celebrities try to identify home-owners. Presented by Ross Kelly 45
A science-fiction double bill.
6.00 Duet. A sick Cardassian brought to Dr Bashir's infirmary was involved with a forced labour camp Kira helped liberate.
And at 6.45 In the Hands of the Prophets. A Bajoran woman objects to Keiko O'Brien 's secular approach to teaching her class about wormholes.
Repeat Videoplus code for
6.00-7.30 Code for 6.00-6.45 (not PDC) Code for 6.45-7.30 (not PDC)......
Cmdr Benjamin Sisko:
Major Kira Nerys:
Dr Julian Bashir:
This week Diane Louise Jordan and Rob Curling travel along the Grand Union Canal from London to Hertfordshire. They discover the ancient fighting technique of quarterstaffing, visit a chocolate-making workshop, hurtle through the woods with a pack of unruly huskies and make a bowl at a Japanese pottery class. Director Mary Crisp ; Producer
Louise Cartwright Subtitled 22 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
Series chronicling the impact of technology on the history of war. U-boat Killers: the Anti-submarine
Warship. U-boats posed one of the gravest threats to Allied ships during the Second World War. Slowly, but surely, the Royal Navy rose to the challenge.
Veterans from both sides recall the battle beneath the waves. Producer Paul Tilzey ; Series editor
Janice Hadlow Repeat Subtitled ....
Tiff Needell flexes the muscles of the mighty BMW M5, with its
400-brake horsepower, 5-litre V8 engine, and assesses its chances against the opposition of the Jaguar XJR and Mercedes E55. James May is in America to sample some startling concept cars from Chrysler, including the Dodge Charger R/T and the Citadel. Chrysler has a history of making dream cars become reality, as demonstrated by the Viper and the outlandish Plymouth Prowler.
Producer John Wilcox ; Editor Jon Bentley
Digital widescreen Subtitled ............
Atmosphere. This week's film examines the astonishing weather systems found throughout the solar system. They include sulphuric acid rain, metallic snow and violent dust storms.
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, for only £7.99, inclusive of P&P; (rrp £9.99). To order call 0[number removed] or send a cheque, payable to RT Offers, to [address removed]
Second in a three-part series relating the largely neglected story of the disabled community in Britain during the 20th century. In the liberated sixties, blind people fought for the right to read what they wanted. Campaigner Les Pie was trying to give Braille readers like himself uncensored access to the great works of literature. Meanwhile other disabled people challenged a world not designed for them. Narrated by Paul Scofield. Director/Producer David Hevey
By the Liberal Democrats.
With Jeremy Paxman. Including at 1LOO News headlines.
Concluding the series about Russia's economic collapse.
In Siberia a former mining town was shut down by the government, but people still live there. Plus, how the curse of vodka addiction is killing countless people every year.
Bilko gambles the Colonel's money on the stock market.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Followed by Weather
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
1230 IBC - a Birthday to
Remember 50742 LOO Images Over India subtitled 94723 L30
Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count?
ZOO Communication at Work
TEACHING RLM AND MEDIA
4.00 Rim Education Marketing the Mummy 27100 430 Film
Education The Fall and Rise of Cinema
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 WEBWISE Working on the Internet
545 Water Is for Fighting Over
Subtitled 9895907 6.10-7.00 The
Politics of Equal Opportunity