Penny and Dennis have to choose the title for the school pantomime. (Repeat)
Learning about birds and other things that fly. (Repeat)
Capers with Dick Dastardly and the gang. (Repeat)
Dick Dastardly (voice):
(Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1)
Animated antics with the peace-loving bear. (Repeat)
Polkaroo enters the Most Beautiful House competition.
Cartoon fun with the ever-changing bird. (Repeat)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Storytime (ages 4-5): Frog in Winter (with signing)
9.10 Who - Me? (ages 9-11): Blue Skies (Subtitled)
9.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6): Time: O'Clock
9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7): Phonics Special: "a-e" (Subtitled)
The Tubbies and a group of children watch some penguins waddle and swim. (Repeat)
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Famous People - Louis Braille (Subtitled)
10.45 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Village, Town and City: Our Land (Subtitled)
11.05 Job Bank (14-16) Environmental Protection Officer (Subtitled)
11.15 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Portrait of Europe: Southern Spain (Subtitled)
11.35 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Portrait of Europe: the Rhine in Germany
12.00 Primary Preview (all ages) 1999/2000 Highlights
Business and consumer news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw
Bob Langley and his team go birdwatching on the famous Scottish golf course of St Andrews, while Bill Oddie profiles a selection of the unusual bird species that live in this part of Scotland.
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Sue Barker introduces coverage of the second day's action from Queen's Club, London, as this grass-court tournament celebrates its 21st year. Commentary is provided by Barry Davies, John Barrett, David Mercer, Pat Cash, Mark Cox, Chris Bailey and Peter Fleming.
Artist Robert Lenkiewicz recalls an event that changed his life.
News reports on the day's breaking parliamentary stories. Subtitled ..
Sue Barker presents more action from the grass courts at Queen's Club on day two of the pre-Wimbledon tournament.
Satirical comedy series.
Jamie Theakston chats to the Chemical Brothers, while Jayne Middlemiss talks to new band S Club 7, stars of the BBC1 children's programme Miami 7.
American Thomas Studebaker, the competition's first-ever Heldentenor, lines up alongside Isabelle Cals, Johan Reuter, Isabella Sacco and Armando Gama
in the second round.
The contestants will be accompanied by pianist Phillip Thomas and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. Round three is tomorrow at 11.15pm.
BBC National Orchestra of
BBC South East provides the latest in the series featuring documentaries shown by the BBC nations and regions.
The helicopter crash that killed Chelsea FC vice-chairman Matthew Harding in 1996 was just one of 45 fatal crashes in the last ten years.
This film looks at safety measures and probes claims that industry regulations do not go far enough.
(Postponed from 18 May)
The last in the series with "Big" Kevin Belton, head chef at the New Orleans School of Cookery, and Can't Cook Won't Cook favourite "Little" Kevin Woodford.
The odd couple visit Scotland, where they track down lobster and scallops, then proceed to Nova Scotia, Canada, where Belton takes his English colleague fly-fishing. Culinary delights include molasses cake and a dish combining fresh salmon with wild apples.
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Highlights from the Super Six match at Old Trafford between the top team in Group B and the runners-up in Group A. Introduced by Steve Rider.
The documentary series continues by capturing the clash between the austerity of a Chinese monastery and the modern world's market forces as it charts the progress of two paying students at the kung fu school run by Buddhist monk De Yang.
See today's choices.
Red for danger: two devotees from the Shaolin monastery in China train Under the Sun in the art of kung fu
Under the Sun 9.30pm BBC2
Kung fu has fuelled countless fictional films and TV series, but this is an insight into the real thing with some incredible demonstrations of inner strength. The Buddhist monks of the Shaolin monastery have practised kung fu for 1,500 years and this fascinating film shows the state of their martial art in contemporary China.
There is an impressive stillness about the master De Yang, who runs a thriving school for aspiring martial artists. We follow new students and a monk, Li Hong Kui, the master's would-be disciple.
This is a straightforward portrait showing the collision of Buddhism with market Communism. With its garden of pagodas and mythic status as the home of kung fu, the Shaolin monastery is one of China's top tourist attractions. Here, it seems Buddhism is acceptable to the authorities, as long as it pays its own way.
Monologues about the African-Caribbean experience in the UK.
When Curly Pike's beloved fifties record collection goes missing, he suspects that his son is involved. Written by Michael Abbensetts
There is another episode from the series on Thursday at 7.20pm
With Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
The magazine show for the gay and lesbian community returns for an eight-part series, presented by Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass.
Tonight's features include gay couples searching for wedded bliss, plus pop diva Lulu performing live in the studio, and Changing Rooms star "Handy" Andy Kane, who has recorded his first single.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)
Followed by Weatherview
Presented by Garth Crooks.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 A Matter of Resource 5874460
1.20 Open Late-Technology 4904083
1.30 Energy from Waste
4.00 The French Experience 2: 5-860644
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 The Founding of the Royal Society 9760267
6.10 Evaluating Pre-school Education
6.35-7.00am Statistical Sciences