Dump-pea overeats. Repeated at 1.05pm
Dave and friends create apaperworld.
Kate and Truman find a dog.
Cartoon cat-and-mouse high jinks.
Shown yesterday 10.05am, BBC1
Fun with the diminutive detective.
9.10 The Colonel Breaks Par
Bilko enters the colonel in a golf tournament. (BW)
9.35 His Highness Doberman
Bilko plays Cupid. (BW)
Playing in the Rain
Dipsy steps in a puddle.
Can't Go There. Fizz and friends are not allowed anywhere. Shown last Tuesday BBC1 BBC MAGAZINE: Tweenies, monthly, Ll.25 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tweenies
Nautical drama, first of today's two films starring John Wayne. In the Second World War, a freighter loaded with dynamite sets out on a dangerous voyage. Director John Ford (1940, PG)
(BW) Rio Grande is at 1.40pm
Films: pp 56-64 ****
First of four daily wildlife showcases. Bat-Eared Fox. In the harsh
Kalahari desert, a fox family raises five cubs.
Ends 1.10 The reptile becomes airborne.
In the first of a repeat series showing across the week, host
Adam Hart-Davis explores Bath's Roman legacy. SERIES GUIDE: send achequeforL4, payable to BBC Education, to: [address removed]
Western, second of two films today starring John Wayne.
In the 1880s, Lt Col Yorke of the US cavalry is conducting a lonely campaign against marauding Indians. Then his trooper son and estranged wife arrive. Director John Ford (1950, U)
(BW) Films: pp 56-64 *****
The first of 12 slices of village life in Bentley, Hampshire. In the opener of this week's four visits, Christopher is taken to hospital. First shown on ITV
Overnight Fame. Guests, including Cheryl Baker and Jeremy Spake , talk about being thrust into the public Spotlight.
Cookery challenge. RECIPES: see Ceefax page
Chef Gary Rhodes reviews some of the TV programmes he's made, starting with a Rhodes around
Britain edition from 1994.
Daily rerun of the against-the-clock elimination quiz show.
Continuing a seven-part adventure starring Jon Pertwee.
The Doctor and Liz enter the caves to try to discover the Silurians' secret.
Pizzas and Promises. Fraser and Vecchio pose as used-car salesmen to infiltrate a stolen-vehicle racket.
David Bowie talks about his latest single and Jamie Theakston meets Carleen Anderson and the Brand New
Heavies. With Jayne Middlemiss and Rajesh Mirchandani. Producer Jo Pilkington ; Executive producer Mark Cooper
Eric gives Ernie a lesson in pipe-smoking, and the pair act out a French drama. Featuring guests the Mike Cotton Jazzmen, plus Teddy Johnson and Pearl Carr.
The first part of a trilogy showing over the next three days looking at how medical technology might shape the future. Living Forever. Recent breakthroughs have led some scientists to believe they could find a formula that would provide eternal youth. This film examines how near humankind is to the dream of immortality. See Choice. Producers Lara Hannay and Charlie Smith ; Series editor
A six-part series that considers what the world will be like in the future starts by focusing on computers. Directors Steve Burrell and John Durrant
Producer Monica Garnsey The series continues tomorrow at 8.50pm with a look at genetics
A two-part drama inspired by the real-life relationship between Arthur Conan Doyle and his tutor at Edinburgh University, pioneering forensic pathologist Dr Joseph Bell, who is believed to have been a model for Sherlock Holmes.
Starring Ian Richardson, Robin Laing and Charles Dance.
In 1878, Conan Doyle assists Dr Bell at the scene of a gruesome and apparently motiveless crime.
Contains strong images. Concludes tomorrow 9pm. See Choice.
Webwatch on Sherlock Holmes sites: page 37
Arthur Conan Doyle:
Sir Henry Carlyle:
Lady Sarah Carlyle:
The Strand editor:
The Desperate Hours. One bitterly cold night, Harold and Albert are called upon by two mysterious crooks.
Written by Ray Galton , Alan Simpson ; Producer John Howard Davies
With Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines. Editor Sian Kevill
Mystery drama. Psychiatrist Dr Mildred Watson becomes caught up in the bizarre investigations of Justin Playfair , who believes he is Sherlock Holmes. Ends 12.45am
Director Anthony Harvey (1971) Films: pp 56-64 ***