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: Children's BBC Breakfast: Penny Crayon

Penny gets bored and starts daydreaming. (Repeat)

: Playdays

Wally helps Mrs Apple to make some pies. Repeat ................

: Snorks

Animation

: Blue Peter

Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1

: The Kwicky Koala Show

with the peace-loving bear. Repeat.9133713

: Polka Dot Shorts

Polkaroo holds a badminton competition

: Spot

Animated tales of the young pup.
Spot makes a cake. Repeat

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Shown yesterday at 9.30pm

: Teletubbies

Numbers: Three. Children learn about counting. Repeat ............

: SOS Pacific

y Action drama starring
Eddie Constantine , Pier Angell
Richard Attenborough
A seaplane hits trouble while crossing the Pacific. After an emergency landing, the survivors reach an island where they find their problems are just beginning. Director Guy Green (1959)
Black and white * See Films: pp 56-61 ***

Contributors

Unknown: Eddie Constantine
Unknown: Pier Angell
Unknown: Richard Attenborough
Director: Guy Green

: Wimbledon 99

It's the turn of the women to occupy centre stage on what is traditionally known as Ladies' Day, with last year's winner, Jana Novotna , opening play on Centre Court.
But there is no shortage of challengers waiting to take Novotna's crown, including the woman who beat her in the 1997 final, Martina Hingis. and Steffi Graf , who recently won the French Open.. * Andrew Duncan interviews Jana Novotna : page 16

Contributors

Unknown: Jana Novotna
Unknown: Martina Hingis.
Unknown: Steffi Graf
Unknown: Andrew Duncan
Unknown: Jana Novotna

: Westminster

Parliamentary reports. Subtitled.

: Wimbledon 99

Further live coverage from SW19.
Videoplus code for 3.30-8.30 ................. Code for 3.30-6.30 (not PDC) ..... Code for 6.30-8.30 (not PDC) .....

: The Antiques Show

Fiona Bruce visits the pottery factories of Staffordshire to find out more about the life of pioneering thirties designer
Susie Cooper. While the name of Clarice Cliff is familiar to many, the work of Cooper, her contemporary, is less celebrated even though many claim it to be of superior quality.
Tim Wonnacott , an admitted hoarder of antique bric-a-brac, reports on why collecting is such a common British pastime. He meets an out-of-work builder with a L25,000 pottery collection, the couple who fervently pursue toast racks, and the woman who prefers plastic trolls to men.
Meanwhile, Madeleine Marsh is given a sneak preview of the country's first tattoo museum.
Series editor Jane Lomas ; Series producer Alison Bennett
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/antiques

Contributors

Unknown: Fiona Bruce
Designer: Susie Cooper.
Unknown: Clarice Cliff
Unknown: Tim Wonnacott
Unknown: Madeleine Marsh
Editor: Jane Lomas
Producer: Alison Bennett

: Butterflies

Continuing the first series of the classic comedy by Carla Lane , starring Wendy Craig
Bored housewife Ria continues to think about Leonard - despite her protestations. Her frustration with family life grows when Ben and Russell argue over who can use the bath, and she threatens to leave when everyone at the dinner table refuses to eat her rock-hard sponge pudding.
Producer Gareth Gwenlan
Repeat Subtitled ..............................

Contributors

Comedy By: Carla Lane
Unknown: Wendy Craig
Producer: Gareth Gwenlan
Ria: Wendy Craig
Ben: Geoffrey Palmer
Adam: Nicholas Lyndhurst
Russell: Andrew Hall
Leonard: Bruce Montague
Ruby: Joyce Windsor

: Today at Wimbledon

Highlights from the second day's play at the All England Club, featuring the first round of the ladies' singles. Jana Novotna of the Czech Republic gears up to begin her defence of the title many of her fans feared she would never win after an emotional series of near misses.
Twelve months ago, Novotna sailed over the often troublesome opening hurdle with the loss of only four games to compatriot Sandra Kleinova. Introduced by Sue Barker. Repeated tomorrow at 9am

Contributors

Unknown: Jana Novotna
Unknown: Sandra Kleinova.
Introduced By: Sue Barker.

: Newsnight

News reports and analysis of events both domestic and international, with Martha Kearney. Including at 11.00
News headlines. Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Martha Kearney.

: Gaytime TV

Magazine show for the gay and lesbian community, with Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass.
Tonight's show reports from London's lavishly-decorated Rivoli Ballroom. Filled with late-19th-century decadence - including grand chandeliers and crushed velvet swags - it's home to the monthly Pink
Jukebox Tea Dance. Devotees discuss their love of the venue.
Rivoli regulars the Pink Dancers are joined in the studio by singing duo Supergirlie, while real-life soap opera Scene in Brum sees building work on the club starting to fall behind schedule. Owner Gareth begins to speculate as to whether the job will be completed on time. Director Stuart McDonald
Series editor Nick Thorogood
Digital widescreen Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Unknown: Rhona Cameron
Unknown: Richard Fairbrass.
Director: Stuart McDonald
Editor: Nick Thorogood

: Despatch Box

Steve Richards reports on events in Parliament. .....

Contributors

Unknown: Steve Richards

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Paper-howthe paper industry is trying to make better use of its resources. LOO New Hips for Old - the right materials for producing artificial hipjoints. L30 Ships and Boats and Strain - using glass fibres to make a yacht's mast. SCHOOLS
2.00 Religious Education Belief File: Issues -examining the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, suffering, sexuality, abortion and genetics. LANGUAGES
4.00 Get By in Portuguese - travel and survival language guide.
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Career Moves
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Designer Rides Jerk and Jounce Subtitled 9262675 6.10
The Birth of Calculus
4831149 6.35-7.00am Only Four Colours








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