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: Children's BBC Breakfast

7.00 Oakie Doke
Animated arboreal antics. Repeated at 9am Repeat

7.10 Playdays
A trip to the Roundabout Stop. Repeat

7.30 Snorks
Animation. Repeat

7.55 UKool
New lifestyle magazine series. Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1
Then Rewind
Shown yesterday BBC1

8.20 Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
Animated adventures. Repeat

8.45 Polka Dot Shorts
Cartoon about the land Of Roo. Repeat

8.50 William's Wish Wellingtons
Cartoon capers. Repeat

9.00 Oakie Doke
Shown at 7am

: The Phil Silvers Show

9.10 Bilko's Bopster
Bilko tries to join an all-army jazz group.

And at 9.35 Bilko's Hollywood Romance
Bilko is set up as an ideal soldier to become a movie star's newest flame.
(Black and white) Repeat)

: Tetetubbies

Numbers 4. Some children learn about number four. Repeat

: Julius Caesar

Drama based on William Shakespeare 's play, starring
James Mason
Marlon Brando , John Glelgud
44 BC: Caesar, having returned to Rome after defeating Pompey in the Civil War, has been elected Dictator for life by his countrymen. But a number of his statesmen, fearing Caesar's abuse of his staggering power, plan to assassinate their ruler.
Director Joseph L Mankiewicz (1953. U)
Black and white * See Films: pp 44-50 *****

Contributors

Unknown: William Shakespeare
Unknown: James Mason
Unknown: Marlon Brando
Unknown: John Glelgud
Director: Joseph L Mankiewicz

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news CEEFAX: page

: Quisine

Culinary quiz show.
First shown on ITV

: The Beechgrove Garden

A look at a Japanese patio garden and a tour of the Dunvegan Castle Gardens on theisleofSkye. Repeat

: The Great Antiques Hunt

Today, the auction contest comes from
Yorkshire. Repeat

: Westminster

Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions live from the House of Commons.
Editor Alexandra Henderson Subtitled.

Contributors

Editor: Alexandra Henderson

: Blooming Lovely

Corporate florist Jane Packer decorates a London fashion house. Repeat .

Contributors

Unknown: Jane Packer

: Geoff Hamilton's Cottage Gardens

Geoff Hamilton visits two traditional cottage gardens. Repeat Subtitled.

Contributors

Unknown: Geoff Hamilton

: Stefan's Garden Roadshow

From the grounds of the Shugborough estate in Staffordshire. Repeat .

: Battersea Dogs' Home

The home holds its annual activity day.
Repeat Subtitled .............................................
5.00 5.30 pm Ready, Steady, Cook Culinary challenge. Subtitled .................

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Ship in a Bottle. Hologram character Professor Moriarty manages to gain control of the adventure he is part of. Repeat

: Golf: the Open

Over the next four days the world's leading players will be competing for a highly respected golf title in the 128th Open championship. Steve Rider previews the tournament, which starts tomorrow at Carnoustie.
Coverage begins at 10.30am.

: The Day That Changed My Life

Tackling the Game. In 1992 a tackle from Liverpool's Dean Saunders ended the playing career of Chelsea's Paul Elliott , then 28, by knocking his knee more than two inches out of place. Elliott has now set up a youth academy that trains youngsters in technique and the pressures of the modern game, and he is also a Radio 5 and Channel 4 commentator. Here, he looks back on his actions and reflects on his unsuccessful fight for compensation.
Producer Jackie Osei-Tutu ; Series producer Sue Davidson Subtitled.....

Contributors

Unknown: Dean Saunders
Unknown: Paul Elliott
Producer: Jackie Osei-Tutu

: All Mod Cons

Ever So Contemporary, I n the fifties walls were knocked down, windows enlarged and open-plan living rooms built as an antidote to postwar gloom. The colour, light and space of this "contemporary look" changed the way that British people live for ever.
Director Hilary Clarke ; Series producer
Nicola Gooch Repeat

Contributors

Director: Hilary Clarke
Producer: Nicola Gooch

: Fresh Food

This week in the culinary magazine, chef Rick Stein visits a Bristol initiative to help poor families to cook healthy and affordable food, and searches forthe perfect tomato. Wine buyers tell how they are responding to public demand for organic tipples, chef Jon Ganna creates lobster soup, and Paul Merrett is on the lookout for Moroccan food in London's Notting Hill. Series producer Jane Lomas Executive producer Mark Hill
Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... CEEFAX: page 584; website: www.bbc.co.uk/freshfood

Contributors

Unknown: Rick Stein
Unknown: Jon Ganna
Unknown: Paul Merrett
Producer: Jane Lomas
Producer: Mark Hill

: Home Front

In a special edition,
Anne McKevitt and Tessa Shaw visit a unit for special needs babies at
Homerton hospital in east
London to give it a makeover that will improve both comfort and effectiveness.
See today's choices.
Producer Katie Boyd ; Series editor
Franny Moyle

Contributors

Unknown: Anne McKevitt
Unknown: Tessa Shaw
Producer: Katie Boyd
Editor: Franny Moyle

: Under the Sun

Home Running
For many young Dominicans professional baseball offers a chance to break away from poverty. Teenage brothers
Isaias and Agustin Perex , and Melvin Frias , whose mother works in a tobacco field, are hoping their time at the LA
Dodgers academy will mean a chance to make a better life for themselves and their families.
Director Kim Flitcroft ; Series editor
David Pearson

Contributors

Unknown: Agustin Perex
Unknown: Melvin Frias
Director: Kim Flitcroft
Editor: David Pearson

: 10x10: New Directors

Disco
Ten-year-old Bryan gets his revenge on the bullying Nick at the end-of-term disco.
Written and directed by James Pilkington
Producer Rob Mercer Subtitled.

Contributors

Directed By: James Pilkington
Producer: Rob Mercer

: Newsnight

News reports, presented by Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. summed

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Paxman.

: Prison Weekly

Jack Murton visits a women's prison in Iceland, former chaplin Bishop Leslie Lloyd Rees remembers when prisoners were hung, and governor David Robinson reports on a Scottish scheme in which serious offenders are encouraged to think more about their families.
Producer Clare Burgess ; Executive producer Bob Lang

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Murton
Unknown: Leslie Lloyd
Unknown: David Robinson
Producer: Clare Burgess
Producer: Bob Lang

: Trade Secrets

How to encourage male fish to breed, and a novel use for hair rollers in a fish tank.
Repeat Subtitled ..........................
Followed by Weatherview

: Despatch Box

Anne Mackenzie reviews Prime
Minister's Question Time.

Contributors

Unknown: Anne MacKenzie

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 Hidden Visions
65202 1.00 The Chemistry of Creativity subtitled 25221 L30The Chemistry of Survival THE GREATS
2.00 Artists
LANGUAGES
4.00 Talk Spanish 3-6 WORKING IN RETAIL
5.00 Crime Prevention in Shops
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.30 20 Steps to Better Management OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Harvesting the Sun
6.10 Problems with Ions
8796825 6.35-7.00am Plants:
Problems with Water








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