Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Storytime (ages 4-5) The Mouse and the Apple - with signing.
9.10 Watch Out (ages 7-11) Water Subtitled 5096456 9.30 Watch (ages
5-7) Famous People - Samuel Pepys Subtitled 7369388 9.45 Come Outside
(ages 4-5) Wood
10.30 Storytime (ages 4-5) BigAI
2195901 10.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Phonics Special - "00"
2190456 11.00 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Phonics Special - "ee" 8437017 11.15 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Rivers of the World - the Mississippi Subtitled 9791949 11.35 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Judaism - the Family Subtitled 8577104 11.50 Job Bank (ages 14-16) Architect Subtitled 9311104 12.00 Key Skills (ages 16+)
The first of this year's live visits to the Direct Line Ladies' Championship at Eastbourne, which today reaches the quarter-final stage. The tournament is an opportunity to gain valuable grass-court experience before the start of Wimbledon next Monday and has attracted a world-class line-up - entrants listed to appear include reigning Wimbledon champion and defending Eastbourne titleholder Jana Novotna. Monica Seles , Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario and Anna Kournikova.
Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary from the team of John Barrett. Virginia Wade and David Mercer. Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer
Barbara Slater Digital widescreen
Tennis Continuing live coverage from Devonshire Park, Eastbourne, of the ladies' grass-court championship.
Royal Ascot Further coverage, including the 4.20 race, the six-furlong Cork and Orrery Stakes. Digital widescreen
Presenter and horticultural expert AN Ward is joined by a host of gardening personalities at the Gardeners' World Live event from Birmingham's NEC.
This year's theme is "Gardens of the World", and there are fine show gardens, new plants from the Royal Horticultural Society's marquee and the latest gadgets. Plus a report from the "Celebrity Theatre", where personalities demonstrate their expertise. Director Paul Venezis ; Producer
Gardeners' World is tomorrow at 8.30pm * See Alan Titchmarsh : page 36
In the last of this summer's series, Diane Louise Jordan and Rob Curling travel south out of London on the A23. They fling themselves around at an Irish ceilidh, go scuba-diving, sponge walls and windows with paint and march through a park with an accordion band.
Director Claire Hobday ; Producer
Louise Cartwright REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see variations in panel on left
The Air Race. Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright cook for participants in a vintage air race. The menu includes roasted salmon and scallops, venison pasty, red peppers with aubergine puree and chocolate-egg snowball. Director Spike Geilinger
The property show with Quentin Willson returns for a six-part series.
Anna Ryder-Richardson looks at ways to remove bad vibes from the home, plus tips on how to save L25,000 on your mortgage. See today's choices. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Destiny. The series ends with a look at the fate of the solar system.
Over the next four billion years, as a result of changes in the Sun. the Earth's oceans will boil, Saturn will lose its rings and one of Neptune's moons,
Triton, will break apart to form a new ring system. Will the future of humankind depend on finding a solar system with a planet like Earth? 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 L17.99. inclusive of P&P; (rrp fl9.99). To order call 0[number removed] or send a cheque, payable to RT Offers, to [address removed] # The end is nigh ... : page 6
The series of provocative films concentrating on contemporary culture returns for a six-part run. Negative Space
Regarded as one of America's finest, if unsung, film critics,
Manny Farber has won acclaim for his unusual approach to movie analysis, which dispenses with general plot description in favour of considering the concepts of light, tempo and, above all, space. This film uses and expands on Farber's work to explore the USA's vast expanses and also how people regard and recall films. Contains strong material. Director Chris Petit : Producer
Followed by Holiday Weather
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Flexible Work - Insecure
Lives 29296 LOO Powers of the President
2.00 Key Skills Application of Number
TEACHING FILM AND MEDIA
4.00 Film Education Marketing the Mummy 96654 4.30 Film
Education The Fall and Rise of Cinema
5.00 Improving Numeracy The Mathematics Enhancement
Programme 64418 5.30
Teaching Today Special OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 No Place to Hide
9460215 6.10-7.00am TV -
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