Penny has a good idea. Repeated at 9am (Repeat)
Frankie forgets his
Shopping list. Repeat .......................
Animated underwater adventures. Repeat ...........................
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1
Animated antics. Repeat................
Animated fun with Polkaroo and friends. Repeat
Philbert takes a trip to the moon. Repeat .........................
9.10 Gold Fever
Hopeful of striking gold, Bilko moves a whole army camp out west.
And at 9.35 Bilko's Vampire
Bilko tries to stop Ritzik from watching horror movies.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Rollerblading. The Tubbies watch children skating. Repeat .......
Second World War drama, starring Charles Laughton
Maureen O'Hara , George Sanders
Mild-mannered schoolteacher Albert Lory has lived quietly with his mother all his life. But the coming of war means that even someone like him must make a stand. Director Jean Renoir (1943)
Black and white
# See Films: pp 52-56 **
A profile of the 30-year-old Porsche 911.
Repeat Subtitled ......................................
Business and consumer news
Culinary quiz show.
First shown on ITV ..................................
Carole Baxter finishes planting her border. First shown on BBC Scotland
Unearthing hidden treasures with Jilly Goolden. Repeat Subtitled.....
Parliamentary reports. Subtitled ..
The art of felt-making. Repeat
The controversy over the village ducks attracts attention from the media.
First shown on ITV ...................................
Geoff Hamilton lays his garden paths and prepares beds. Repeat Subtitled ....
Horticultural hints. Repeat ....
An aggressive German Shepherd dog may join the army. Repeat Subtitled ....
Culinary challenge show, with Fern Britton. Subtitled......
Followed by Floral Britannia
Comedy series about a streetwise young man in California. Repeat
Carly's horse is seriously ill, and Dennis may have found himself a girlfriend. Subtitled ............
Rajesh Mirchandani reports on Star Wars Episode 1:
the Phantom Menace, and Jayne Middlemiss goes racing with Gary Barlow. With Jamie Theakston.
Producer Jo Pilkington ; Executive producer Mark Cooper Repeated next Sunday
Series featuring documentaries shown by the BBC regions. Today's programme is from BBC Leeds. Deep Secrets. In 1974, the Hull trawler Gaul vanished into the Barents Sea, taking all 36 crew with her. Twenty-five years later, Ken Collier joins a government survey ship to unravel the mystery of the wreck that claimed the life of his father.
Producer Ian Cundall ; Series director
Jonathan Bigwood Repeat
This celebration of childhood looks at the relationships children have with their imaginary companions. Alice's make-believe friend always travels in her pocket, while Miles's soulmate runs two antique shops under the sofa.
Director Stuart Napier Next programme in the series, tomorrow 9pm
Chef Ainsley Harriott continues his travels across the Americas in search of the finest local ingredients with which to prepare his own barbecue recipes.
He conjures up honey-grilled fruit with roasted almonds on the shores of Lake Michigan and pops into a Chicago deli for pizza toppings. He cooks lemon-rub steaks in Kansas
City and then heads out into cowboy country to make ribs and beans. See today's choices. Director Lynda Maher
Producer Sara Kozak BBC BOOK: Ainsley's Big Cook Out. from retailers, hardback price £14.99
BBC MAGAZINE: Good Foodis available from retailers
.See Food: page 36
The US comedy resumes with two previously unshown episodes from the last series.
A new, fourth series will follow. The Tooth Harry. When Nina has to go to the dentist, Harry offers to accompany her. See today's choices.
Wrestling. The last show in the current series sees Theroux immerse himself in the world of American professional wrestling. After hanging out with the wrestlers of weekly cable TV extravaganza Monday Night
Nitro, he makes the mistake of asking a trainer how much of the action is predetermined - and soon finds himself paying a heavy price for his inquisitiveness. Theroux will return with two specials later in the year. Director Ed Robbins
Executive producer David Mortimer
The Worst Jewish Football
Team in the World
The under-13s Broughton B football team consistently lose 23-0. Yet they analyse their games like seasoned TV pundits. Director Gary Ogin ; Series producer Jeremy Howe Another film is tomorrow at 10.20pm Digital widescreen
Then Video Nation Shorts
News analysis with Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00
News headlines. Subtitled..
Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass are joined by Queer as Folk writer Russell T Davies and members of the cast from the Channel 4 drama series.
Plus there's a report on London's Mardi Gras festival, and singer Dina Carroll.
Director Stuart McDonald
Series editor Nick Thorogood
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSfTY
12.30 The Film: Joyride LOO Making the News
L30 In Search of Identity THE GREATS
2.00 Explorers LANGUAGES
4.00 Spain Inside Out 5; Talk Spanish 1-2
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Skills for Work
5.45 The Birth of Calculus
4359484 6.10 Mind Readers
8990649 6.35-7 .00am Clinical