Animated fun with Polkaroo and friends. Repeat
Pre-school fun at the Playground Stop. Repeat
Animation with the voice of Dennis Waterman. Repeat.
Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1
Studio debate. Repeat Subtitled ..
Two mothers-to-be receive makeovers from style experts. Repeat .............
Simon Biagi and the designers add colour to a basement study. Repeat
Today's advice focuses on fixing a wobbly chair and removing a radiator
Comedy starring Norman Wisdom
Impoverished Norman finds some horsing about puts him on the track to happiness - or is he riding for a fall? Director John Paddy Carstairs (1957, U)
Black and white Norman Wisdown also stars in the film Man of the Moment on Friday at 11.05am * See Films: pp 42-48
With Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Culinary quiz show, with Chris Kelly.
First shown on ITV
Today's edition celebrates the garden's
20th birthday. Repeat
Live coverage of the opening day at one of racing's foremost meetings. Featuring the Marchpole Cup Stakes at 2.15pm. Presented by Clare Balding , with Willie Carson , Jim McGrath , Angus Loughran , Jonathan Powell , Jimmy Lindley and Graham Rock. The 2.45pm race is on BBC1. Producers Julie Griffiths , Gerry Morrison ; Executive producer Mateolm Kemp Digital widescreen
Kaffe Fassett on art and craft.....
More from Goodwood, with the 3.50 Peugeot Gordon Stakes. Digital widescreen 1B
Three gardens incorporating attractive water features. Repeat Subtitled...
Stefan Buczacki visits Houghton Lodge in Hampshire. Repeat
Some of the staff celebrate Christmas by performing their own pantomime.
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Comedy series about a streetwise young man in California. Starring Will Smith. Repeat Subtitled 72671S
An English exchange student arrives to live with the Delaines.
Jamie Theakston interviews top soul vocalist Mary J Blige , and Jayne Middlemiss catches up with Brighton dance outfit Phats and Small. Plus the first showing of the video for TLC's new single. Producer Jo Pilkington ; Executive producer Mark Cooper Repeated next Sunday
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BBC Northern Ireland provides the latest in the series of films shown by BBC nations and regions. Pride and Prejudice. Tonight's programme shows how the bitter sectarianism of Ulster is regularly replicated in Scotland by supporters who follow
Glasgow Rangers and Celtic football clubs, despite all efforts to eradicate the problem. Producer Jason Holmes
Update from the series in which bosses return to the shop floor.
Man on the Move. One year ago,
Pickfords UK director Grant Whitaker
went back to work in Birmingham for a week as one of his own removal men, and found unhappy staff and outdated equipment. Now he returns to see if his experience has resulted in any changes for the better. Producer Nicola Bungey
Series editor Robert Thirkell
Chef Ainsley Harriott continues his travels across the Americas. The penultimate leg of Harriott's journey takes him to Brazil, where he ventures into the rainforest to conjure up fish kebabs, watches beef eaten from the blade of a sword in Rio, visits the city of Salvador to cook seafood rice, and stirs up Brazil's national drink, the Caipirinha, on top of Sugar Loaf mountain. Director Micci Billinger ; Producer Sara Kozak Digital widescreen Subtitled ........... BBC BOOK: Ainsley's Big Cook Out. from retailers, hardback price £14.99 ♦ See Food: page 28
The US comedy about a group of aliens who settle on Earth.
Power Mad Dick. Dick basks in the reflected glory of Dr Mary Albright 's promotion to Dean.
First screened in and updated in 1994, this is the second of four films about Julia Grant , who from the age of 15 had felt like a woman trapped inside a man's body.
Disregarding the psychiatrist's displeasure at her breast surgery, Julia is determined to have the full sex-change operation as soon as possible, and also has an emotional reunion with her family. Contains strong images. See today's choices.
Director/Producer David Pearson
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A look at a day in the life of a busy automatic photo booth on London's Waterloo station and its customers' varying degrees of success in producing a satisfactory snapshot.
Then Video Nation Shorts
With Sarah Montague. AtlLOO News headlines.
In the last show of the series, Rhona Cameron and Richard Fairbrass reveal the outcome of viewers' votes in the inaugural Gaytime TV Awards. Celebrity guests include Graham Norton and Sir Ian McKellen. Plus a tribute to Dusty Springfield. The categories include the UK's Sexiest Male and Female, and Gay Personality of the Year.
Director Stuart McDonald ; Series editor Nick Thorogood Subtitled ............
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12.30 Building by Numbers Subtitled 98374 LOO The
1.30 Errors Aren't for Ever
2.00 Scientists and Inventors - probing an invisible world. LANGUAGES
4.00 The Travel Hour
WORKING IN RETAIL
5.00 Running a Shop OPEN UNIVERSITY
5.45 Spanning Materials 4760596 6.10 Docklands Light Railway 8394461 6.35-7.00am Vibrations