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: Noddy

Noddy borrows an umbrella.
Repeated at 9am Repeat ......................

: Playdays

Maypole dancing at the Patch Stop. Repeat ...........................

: Snorks


: The Really Wild Show

Visiting Death
Valley in the US. Repeat Subtitled...

: Yogi's Space Race

Rocket-fuelled animated fun. Repeat .........................

: Polka Dot Shorts

More adventures with Polkaroo and friends. Repeat.

: Spot

Animation. Repeat

: Philbert the Frog

Cartoon fun with the forgetful frog. Repeat ......

: Noddy

Shown at 7am .................

: The Phil Silvers Show

9.10 Bilko the Butler
Bilko attempts to network with a very wealthy family.

And at 9.35 Ritzik Goes Civilian
Emma Ritzik reluctantly asks Bilko for help.
(Black and white) (Repeat)

: Teletubbies

Becky's Flake Cakes. A girl makes cakes for her friend. Repeat

: Beautiful Things

Ercole Moroni talks about flowers.


Talks: Ercole Moroni

: Waterloo Bridge

Romantic drama starring
Vivien Leigh , Robert Taylor
An encounter on Waterloo Bridge during the First World War leads to romance. Director Mervyn LeRoy (1940, PG)
Black and white
* See Films: pp 44-50 ****


Unknown: Vivien Leigh
Unknown: Robert Taylor
Director: Mervyn Leroy

: Working Lunch

Business and consumer news

: Quisine

Culinary quiz show hosted by Chris Kelly. First shown on ITV


Unknown: Chris Kelly.

: The Beechgrove Garden

Carole Baxter offers house-plant advice in the conservatory. Repeat ........


Unknown: Carole Baxter

: The Great Antiques Hunt

The teams visit New York, Boston and Massachusetts. Repeat Subtitled.

: News

and Regional News Subtitled Weather

: Westminster

Parliamentary updates.
3.25 News and Regional News

: An Afternoon of Changing Homes

Carol Smillie presents an afternoon of interior decorating, and choice moments from Changing Rooms in The Designers. Producer Stephen McGinn ; Executive producer
Emma Westcott
Followed by The Designers Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen .
3.35 All Mod Cons The Pad. The design of the Sixties pad. Repeat Subtitled ... Then The Designers Linda Barker. Subtitled
4.15 Signs of the Times Eight mothers and their daughters discuss each others' living rooms. Repeat Then The Designers Graham Wynne. subtitled
5.10 Celebrity Mantelpiece A peek at the objects on comedian Josie Lawrence 's mantelpiece. Repeat Followed by The Designers
Anna Ryder-Richardson .
5.25-6.00pm Changing Rooms The very first episode of the home-transformation Series. Repeat Subtitled ................... Videoplus code for 3.30-6.00 (not PDC) .


Unknown: Carol Smillie
Producer: Stephen McGinn
Producer: Emma Westcott
Designers: Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen
Designers: Linda Barker.
Designers: Graham Wynne.
Unknown: Josie Lawrence
Designers: Anna Ryder-Richardson

: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

6.00 The Siege. Concluding a two-part story from two weeks ago. Quark tries to profit from the panic when Sisko orders the evacuation of Deep Space Nine. And at 6.45 Invasive Procedures
With only a skeleton crew on board the vessel, Dax proves to be an easy target for a few thuggish Klingons, a desperate Trill and his humanoid girlfriend. Repeat
Videoplus code for 6.00-6.45 ... Code for 6.45-7.30 ..................... Code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC)

: No Entry

On the first weekend of July, the Orange Order of Portadown in Northern Ireland marches on its traditional route - down from the Church of Drumcree and along the Garvaghy Road, now a predominantly Catholic area.
Members of both communities discuss what the marching season means to them, while footage reveals the strong emotions involved, from passion and loyalty to anger and fear. Producer Steve Sklair ; Executive producer Bob Long Subtitled ..............


Producer: Steve Sklair

: House Proud

The final show of the series has arrived and all the self-builders have reached different stages of completion. Neil continues to battle the elements with his polystyrene bungalow in Northumberland, Gavino and Francesca race to finish their new home before the baby arrives, and Marian's patience with her architect and builder reaches breaking point.
Series producer Robert Payton ; Executive producer Clare Paterson Subtitled.


Producer: Robert Payton
Producer: Clare Paterson

: All the Right Moves

The last in the series offering advice on owning, selling and buying property has tips on using the home to generate money without moving and how to buy a property in Spain. Anna Ryder-Richardson meets people who live in mobile homes, from a luxury customised caravan to a camper van, while, in the property soap, the day of the move is looming for the quads. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mark Hill BOOKLET: send a cheque for £4, made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed], or call [number removed]89 (calls will cost a maximum charge of lOp per minute)
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/rightmoves


Unknown: Spain. Anna
Producer: Ben Southwell
Producer: Mark Hill

: Maternity

Continuing the series filmed at London's UCH Obstetric hospital.
Tonight, the stories of two women for whom pregnancy has been far from straightforward. Grace has a history of difficult pregnancies and fears the day of the birth. Kelly, meanwhile, is expecting twins. At 20 weeks the scan reveals there is a problem. Contains graphic images. See today's choices. Director Peter Gordon
Executive producer Clare Paterson
Digital widescreen Subtitled ......


Director: Peter Gordon

: Generations

Candid portraits of three generations of females from the same family make up this four-part examination of the changing nature of women's lives during the 20th century. This week, the Miles females - Eleanor, 87, Pat, 56, and Alison, 29 - discuss the impact that the concept of marriage has had in their lives. See today's choices. Director Susanna White ; Executive producers Belinda Allen and Pat Holland
Digital widescreen * See Polly Toynbee : page 10


Director: Susanna White
Producers: Belinda Allen
Unknown: Polly Toynbee

: Newsnight

News reports and analysis of the day's events, presented by Sarah Montague. Including at
11.00 News headlines.


Presented By: Sarah Montague.

: Tx

Dancing Inside
Jane Dudley , choreographer, performer and one of the key players in the founding of the London School of Contemporary Dance, is 87 and arthritic.
This celebration of her art and beliefs, which includes use of the latest computer animation techniques, combines Dudley's candid career recollections with performance footage in an artistic expression of her struggle with daily life and her preparations for death. Director Gillian Lacey
Producer Tony Dowmunt
Digital widescreen
Followed by Holiday Weather


Unknown: Jane Dudley
Director: Gillian Lacey

: Despatch Box

Analysis of the major political events of the day.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated. OPEN UNIVERSITY
12.30 New York: Making
Connections - networks in society. 34120 LOO Partnerships 69269 L30 The Clinical
Psychologist THE GREATS
2.00 Champions of Nature LANGUAGES
4.00 Suenos World Spanish 17-20
5.00 Checkout Technology OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Packaging Culture
6.10-7.00am Reinventing the City

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