Animated arboreal antics.
Repeated at 9am Repeat ......................
A tri p to the Roundabout
Stop. Repeat ..........................................
More animated aquatic tales. Repeat....
New lifestyle magazine series.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1
Then Rewind 1952: the Schoolboy King Sixteen-year-old Crown Prince Hussein hears he has been pronounced King. Shown yesterday on BBC1
Animated adventures. Repeat ....
Cartoon about the land of Roo. Repeat .........................
Cartoon capers about a little boy and his amazing magical boots. Repeat .....................
Shown at 7am ...........................................
9.10 Bilko's Deluxe Tour
Sergeant Bilko takes the worst financial beating of his career when he invests his platoon's money in a transportation business.
And at 9.35 Bilko the Potato Sack King
Bilko finds himself getting the sack when he quits the army for a job in sales.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Naughty Duck. Laa-Laaand
Po listen to a story. Repeat.....
Live coverage of the first round of the Loch Lomond World invitational, which has become the traditional warm-up for the Open as well as a first-class tournament in its own right. Once again, the prize money has increased, with more that £160,000 on offer to whoever succeeds Lee Westwood as world champion on the Tom Weiskopf-designed Course. Introduced by Steve Rider , with commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay.
Howard Clark , Jerry Pate , Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis and Dougie Donnelly. Executive producers Alastair Scott and John Shrewsbury Digital widescreen
Business and consumer news........ CEEFAX: page
Culinary quiz show.
First shown on ITV ....
A look at designs for small patio gardens, tips on planting miniature vegetables in a deep bed, and an interview with a herbalist. Plus singer Bill McCue 's garden receives a makeover.
First shown on BBC Scotland ...............
More action from Loch Lomond.
Lizzie Reakes on the beauty of rag rugs.
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from the House of Commons.
Editor Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.
Continuing coverage of the Loch Lomond tournament. Digital widescreen
A feature-length episode of the American science-fiction drama.
Chain of Command. The
Enterprise suffers a new commander -the rigorous
Captain Jellico - when Jean-Luc, Worf and Crusher are sent on a dangerous secret mission.
Repeat Subtitled ............................
The documentary series about people whose lives were transformed in a single day returns for four programmes. Losing Lauren. A little more than a year ago 43-year-old Annette from Derbyshire felt forced to buy her 16-year-old daughter, Lauren, heroin in an attempt to keep her stable while a place could be found on a detox programme. Her daughter died, and Rodgers has sworn to warn other parents of the danger heroin poses to children.
Producer Michael MacCormack ; Series producer Sue Davidson Subtitled...
Another chance to see thissix-part series charting the influence 50 years of do-it-yourself has had on British interior design. The DIY Pioneers. In the years following the Second World War. a boom in home ownership led to a generation of DIY fanatics. Home improvement fever spawned a whole new industry providing tools and materials for amateur use.
Director Jonathan Dent ; Series producer
Nicola Gooch Repeat
The culinary magazine in which chef Rick Stein examines
Britain's passion for food with international influences.
He brings Mediterranean, Thai and Indian flavours to the strict, low-fat diet of two Rugby League players, and meets a Birmingham-based kitchen-fitter from
Yugoslavia who is continuing his country's eating traditions. Plus a report on chef
Anton Mosimann 's preparations for the Victoria and Albert Museum 's centenary dinner.
Series producer Jane Lomas ; Executive producer Mark Hill CEEFAX: page 584: website: www.bbc.co.uk/freshfood
Some men find a lack of a good head of hair a problem. This documentary follows two follically-challenged individuals as they pursue the prospect of medical treatment and surgery, while a receding Rastafarian eschews these options in favour of revealing his true, bald self. Director/Producer Katie Buchanan The next programme in the series is tomorrow at 7.30pm Subtitled ........ * See John Peel: page 9
Every 1 July, around
200,000 inhabitants of Montreal in Canada simultaneously move home for reasons even they find obscure. This documentary tries to explain the phenomenon, as it follows removal man Ericson Martin in his attempt to move 12 households in 24 hours.
See today's choices. Director Stuart Greig
Series editor David Pearson
The Night Frontier
An astronaut visits Liverpool. Director Laurence Turnbull ; Producer
News reports, presented by Jeremy Paxman. At 1L00 News headlines. Subtitled...... 983H3
Ex-armed robber Jack Murton talks to prisoners and staff at
Garth Prison, Leyland, Lancashire about the unofficial hierarchy that exists in prisons - a pecking order that nobody wants to be at the bottom of. Plus a report from Zimbabwe, where community service orders have reduced the number of prisoners by 25 per cent in just a few years.
Producer Clare Burgess ; Executive producer Bob Lang * See Polly Toynbee : page 10
Humber Pullman Estate. A look back at a favourite vehicle. Repeat Subtitled......
Followed by Weatherview
Steve Richards reviews Prime
Minister's Question Time.
Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Mapping the Milky Way
54934 LOO Jets and Black Holes
14773 L30 Cosmology on Trial
2.00 Explorers: Everest LANGUAGES
4.00 Talk Spanish 3-6 BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 Skills for Work
5.45 The Restless Pump
4326156 6.10 Breaths of Life
Mammals in Water