The Family Ness: Animated highland adventures.
7.05 Playdays: Peggy Patch meets the residents of a donkey sanctuary in Devon.
7.25 Tom and Jerry Kids: Junior cat-and-mouse animation.
7.50 Blue Peter: Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
8.15 Yogi's Treasure Hunt: The gang discover Merlin's missing book of magic.
8.35 Moomin: The inhabitants of Moomin Valley celebrate midsummer.
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7)
People: Growing Up
9.15 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7)
People: Senses 8629566 9.30 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Seaside Adventure
9.45 Watch (ages 5-7)
The Teletubbies watch a little girl play her piano.
Over and Under. Milo makes up a game for the Tweenies, swinging over and under a bar.
Repeated 3.25pm on BBC1
Numbertime (ages 4-6) Number 12
The final visit to Bournemouth for coverage of this year's Labour Party Conference, introduced by Jon Sopel and Zeinab Badawi. (si 963880H
Scoop and Travis the tractor have a race.
Look and Read (ages 7-9) Spywatch: Trouble for Mary
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Arts and crafts, with items on baskets and flowers..
Romantic drama. Adventurer
Rian Mitchell is poised to realise his ambitions when he finds an emerald mine in Colombia. But to exploit it, he must choose between his love for a woman and finding the Green Fire emerald. Widescreen.
Director Andrew Marton (1954) See Films: pp 64-71 * * *
The against-the-clock cookery challenge.
Vegetarian cookery ideas, including souffles, moussaka and risotto.
Lowri Turner talks to women who have fallen in love with serial adulterers, con men and murderers. (5)
Alan Titchmarsh poses the questions in the second round of the family quiz.
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6.00 The Wire. Dr Bashir becomes suspicious when a Cardassian friend refuses his help. (sj
6.40 Crossover. Kira and Bashir travel through the wormhole to a parallel universe where humans are enslaved by tyrannical Bajorans. (5) Videoplus code for 6.00-7.30 (not PDC)
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Song Lyric is)
Pet Passports. New regulations, together with a system of vaccinations, blood tests and microchips, may soon allow pets to travel freely to and from the continent. However, some vets are not convinced by government assurances of safety, and warn that Britain may be reopening the door to rabies.
Producer Geoff Griffiths ; Executive producer John Samson REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel on left for variations
This year, over 4,000 helicopter flights transported visitors in and out of the British Grand Prix. Alain de Cadenet sees how, for one weekend, the circuit at
Silverstone in Northamptonshire becomes the busiest heliport in the world. Plus a report on flying among the Cook Islands of the south Pacific, and an update on the progress of the trainee airline pilots. Series producer Basi Akpabio ; Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver
This week on the motoring magazine, Quentin Willson gets behind the wheel of the Aston Martin Vantage, while Kate Humble visits Aston's workshop, where the ' cars are still built by hand. Vicki Butler-Henderson road-tests the fashionable yellow Porsche Boxters, and there's a look at very small cars with big aspirations. Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Julie Clive
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Cassandra. Lister joins the Canaries, unaware that they are a battle-hardened convict army trained for suicide missions and not, in fact, the prison choir.
Written by Doug Naylor : Director/Producer Ed Bye
Skeleton Key. A film following efforts to find a cure for a disease that causes the muscles and ligaments of sufferers to turn into solid bone. Scientists have turned to the shark, which has no bones, for the answer. Producer Steve Ruggi ; Series editor John Lynch
The Lathe. A bowl-turner and a watchmaker explain how their crafts would be impossible without the lathe. Director Andrew Cohen : Executive producer Saul Nasse
News reports, and analysis, with Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines. Followed by Video Nation Shorts (Si
Mark Lawson is joined by (an Hislop, Germaine Greer and Tom Paulin to discuss the week's cultural events, including Big Daddy starring Adam Sandier. Editor Michael Pooie ; Series producer Mark Bell
The Shower Head. Jerry is less than pleased when his parents come to stay near him in New York. Cast on Tuesday
Followed by Holiday Weather
Open University 12.30 Open Advice Surviving the Exam
79081 1.00 South Korea The Struggle for Democracy 84130 1.30 What's Right for Children? Post-16 2.00 The IT Collection (part 2)
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (1-4) - with subtitles. Business and Training 5.00 Planet Europe Making Friends 4253623 5.15 Planet Europe Having a Voice
Open University 5.45 A New Sun Is Bom (part 2) The Revolution 8537178 6.10 Global Media. Ends 7.00am