Adventures in the magical spot-filled world. Repeat
Morris recoils from spiders at the Roundabout Stop. Repeat.
Triple bill of animated covert capers. Repeat
Kids Animated cat-and-mouse conflict. Repeat ..
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1
The military is building a fortress north of Los Angeles
Veteran entertainer Max Bygraves receives a makeover. Repeat
A mother and son from Ross-on-Wye want a more versatile cellar. Repeat
Tiling a kitchen, stripping paint and transforming a wardrobe..............
Spy thriller showing as part of the Hitchcock centenary tribute, starring Joel McCrea, Laraine Day.
August 1939: top crime reporter Johnny Jones is sent to Europe to cover diplomatic attempts to avert the outbreak of war.
(1940, PG) (Black and white) (Subtitled)
(Hitchcock's Rope is on Friday at 11.15pm)
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Johnny Jones/Huntley Haverstock:
Two teams compete in the culinary quiz. First shown on iTV ....
The courtyard garden receives an um water feature. Repeat ....................
Today's auction contest visits Blackpool in Lancashire. Repeat Subtitled .....
The Beseiged: War of the Termites. How termites struggle for survival. Narrated by David Attenborough. Repeat
Lois Walpole makes a pencil tray.
Lonely Hearts. Those who have sought love through personal ads reveal their failures and successes. Repeat
A look at gardens at Wisley and Windsor Great Park, plus pruning. Repeat
From Hestercombe House Gardens,
A dog arrives suffering from a serious flea infection. Repeat Subtitled.....
Starship Mine. After the crew has evacuated the Enterprise for routine decontamination, Captain Picard returns to find himself trapped by thieves.
Repeat Subtitled...... A Star Trek: Deep Space Nine double bill begins on Thursday at 6pm
Lt Cmdr Data:
Lt Cmdr LaForge:
Live coverage from Zurich of the Weltklasse meeting, the fifth gathering of the season's
IAAF Golden League series.
The high point from the Letzigrund Stadium could be the men's 100m, with Britons Dwain Chambers and Jason Gardener
hoping to capture the scalp of world-record holder Maurice Greene of America. Morocco's Hicham El Guerrouj goes head-to-head with Kenya's Noah Ngeny in the 1500m, while the men's 5,000m sees
Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie taking on Salah Hissou , and America's Marion Jones looks to continue to sweep away all opposition in the women's 200m.
Further highlights of tonight's prestigious meeting will be
Michael Johnson aiming for the world record in the 400m, and Gabriela Szabo , who looks unbeatable in the 3,000m.
Introduced by Roger Black.
Commentary from Christina Boxer , David Coleman ,
Steve Cram , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey. Producer Mark Wilkin
Editor Michael Cole
Series examining how people use their leisure time to define their identity.
Holidays. Tonight, couples give insights into their personalities and preferences through their selection of holiday destinations. While one define themselves by their tans and the brands they use, another highlight their relative wealth by the luxury of their accommodation, and the third indulge their love of culture with an educational sojourn in Italy. See today's choices. Director Garry John Hughes ; Series producer Susanna Whte
Tonight's subject in the series tracing the history of an ordinary home through its previous and current owners is a ground-floor tenement flat in Glasgow.
The comings and goings of its various tenants - including an communist activist, a champion racing driver and two Irish musicians - are related by Betty Keith , a redoubtable octogenarian nicknamed "the stairguardian" by fellow residents, who has lived in the flat at the bottom of the staircase for 45 years. Director Siobhan Bullick
Series producer Richard Pearson
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Reports on the day's news, hosted by Jeremy Vine. At 11.00 News headlines.
Concluding the series that examines the role of various thinkers who pioneered the modern understanding of philosophical freedom. The Road to Freedom. A biographical study of French philosopher, playwright and novelist Jean-Paul Sartre , exploring the aetiology of his thought and how his popularisation of existentialism radically changed the way we see ourselves.
The documentary examines the effect on Sartre at living through the German occupation of Paris and the part played in his life and thought by Simone de Beauvoir and the many love affairs that he justified with the idea of "contingent love". The programme also features accounts from his friends and archive interviews.
Director Louise Wardle
Quentin Willson tells the story of the Ford Capri, from its birth at the end of the sixties to its demise in the eighties, talking to those who designed it as well as to its devoted owners. Producer/Director Chris Richards
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2.00 Explorers - scaling the peaks with Janet Street-Porter .
4.00 Buongiorno Italia 17-18; Famously Fluent BUSINESS AND TRAINING
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5.45 Watering the Desert 9337909 6.35-7.00am Energy at the Crossroads - North Sea oil reserves.