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: Brum

The little car goes housepainting.
Narrated byToyah Willcox. Repeat

: Playdays

The Roundabout Stop has fun with numbers. Repeat .............

: Snorks

Double bill of animated underwater adventures. .....

: Bright Sparks

More young achievers.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1 Then Rewind 1948: Britain's Youngest
Winning Jockey. The story of Lester Piggott , who won his first horse race aged 12. Shown yesterday on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Lester Piggott

: The Kwicky Koala Show

More marsupial misadventures. Repeat

: Polka Dot Shorts

Fun and frolics with Polkaroo and friends

: Mouse and Mole

The duo decide to recycle their rubbish. Repeat .......

: Yesterday at Wimbledon

Sue Barker introduces highlights of the second day's matches in SW19.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm Subtitled ........

Contributors

Introduces: Sue Barker

: Teletubbies

Dentist. The tubbies watch two boys visit the dentist. Repeat ...

: Ring of Fire

Adventure starring David Janssen
The deputy sheriff of a small
Oregon town is kidnapped by three young delinquents and leads them deep into the parched forests.
Director Andrew L Stone (1961) Subtitled . * See Films: pp 56-61 ***

Contributors

Unknown: David Janssen
Director: Andrew L Stone

: Wimbledon 99

Desmond Lynam and Sue Barker introduce live action from the opening skirmishes of the second round of the men's singles, where last year Hicham Arazi shocked new French Open champion Carlos Moya by handing him a four-set defeat...

Contributors

Unknown: Desmond Lynam
Unknown: Sue Barker
Unknown: Carlos Moya

: Westminster

Coverage of Prime Minster's Questions. (Subtitled)

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: Wimbledon 99

Further third-day coverage.
Videoplus code for 4.00-8.30 ................. Code for 4.00-6.30 (not PDC) ..... Code for 6.30-8.30 (not PDC) .....

: Home Front

The interior-design and decorating series continues with presenter Tessa Shaw joining paint-effects expert Jocasta Innes to show off some of the options available when revamping chairs.
Meanwhile, designer
Fiona Samler uses the theme of driftwood plains as she brings nature into the home on a visit to a house in Cambridge that boasts an inspiring interior.
Oliver Heath - 1998's Young
Decorator of the Year - brings his expertise to bear on the bathroom of the McCosker family in Coventry, plus the announcement of the two finalists in the Family Decorators of the Year competition. The pairwill return to the show next week to implement their design ideas on identical rooms. Series editor Franny Moyle
Digital widescreen Subtitled ...........

Contributors

Presenter: Tessa Shaw
Unknown: Jocasta Innes
Designer: Fiona Samler
Unknown: Oliver Heath

: Red Dwarf III

Sci-fi comedy series, featuring digitally remastered sound and pictures, new model sequences and special effects.
The Last Day. Kryten discovers that he has almost reached his built-in expiry date, and has less than 24 hours to live.
Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor Director/Producer Ed Bye
Revised repeat

Contributors

Written By: Rob Grant
Written By: Doug Naylor
Producer: Ed Bye
Arnold Rimmer: Chris Barrie
Dave Lister: Craig Charles
Cat: Danny John-Jules
Holly: Hattie Hayridge
Kryten: Robert Llewellyn
Jim Reaper: Robert Llewellyn
Girl android: Julie Higginson
Hudzen: Gordon Kennedy

: Today at Wimbledon

Highlight's from the third day's play at Wimbledon, introduced by Sue Barker with another celebrity guest. The first week of this grand slam grass-court tournament usually throws up a few surprise results, with relative unknowns taking the outside courts of SW19 by storm and top-ranked players failing tojustify their lofty place in the seeding system.
Repeated tomorrow 9am

Contributors

Introduced By: Sue Barker

: Newsnight

News reports and current-affairs analysis of the day's major events, presented by Martha Kearney. At 11.00 News headlines,

Contributors

Presented By: Martha Kearney.

: Prison Weekly

Continuing the magazine series that explores the prison system in both the UK and abroaa.
This week's programme is presented from HMP Garth in Lancashire, while prison governor David Robinson visits Wakefield
Prison in West Yorkshire as he tries to find out whether treating sex offenders can reap any significant results in reducing the instances of reoffending.
Prison officer Fiona Murphy reports from Oak Park Heights, Minnesota, a maximum-security installation where prisoners are removed for daily searches wearing handcuffs, ankle chains and a helmet. Assessing the merits of this extreme regime,
Murphy sees that such measures do serve to protect staff and prisoners from violence.
Meanwhile, former inmate
Jack Murton runs through a rapid-fire burst of prison slang. Producer Clare Burgess : Executive producer Bob Lang

Contributors

Unknown: Hmp Garth
Unknown: David Robinson
Unknown: Fiona Murphy
Unknown: Jack Murton
Producer: Clare Burgess
Producer: Bob Lang

: 10x10

Short films by new directors. Guinea Pig
Tom falls in love, gets married - and then goes psychotic. Could this have anything to do with his wife appearing to work as an undercover agent?
Director Lara Pearson ; Producer
Myf Hopkins Repeat
Followed by Weatherview

Contributors

Director: Lara Pearson
Producer: Myf Hopkins
Tom: Aiden Gillet
Tweedy: Linda Davidson

: Despatch Box

Presented by Andrew Neil.

Contributors

Presented By: Andrew Neil.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Personal Passions-children's science writer
Russell Stannard.
12.45 Does Science Matter?
5348095 1.35 Seeing with Electrons
SCHOOLS
2.00 Religious Education LANGUAGES
4.00 Get By in Italian BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Update Person-centred Dementia Care
OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 The Mammalian Kidney 9239347 6.10 Scaling the Salt Barrier 4891521 6.35-7.00am
Designs for Living

Contributors

Unknown: Russell Stannard.








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