Bump Bump finds a piece of string.
Repeated at 1.05pm
The gang look at their reflections in a mirror.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1
Animated fun in Busytown.
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Hands Up! (ages 3-7) Animals -with sign language. 9933656 9.15 Hands Up!: Storytime (ages 4-5) /
Want My Dinner- with sign language. 6719526 9.25 Hotch Potch House
(ages 3-5) Underwater
9.45 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+) Christianity: the Church
Making Up. Bella and Milo refuse to talk to each other.
Shown last Tuesday BBC1
10.50 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less: Five More
11.05 Le Club (ages 9-12) Mes
Amis 3130149 U.20 ZigZag(ages 7-9) Tudor Life: Street - a Merchant's Story 3135694 11.40 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Captain Crimson: a Giant Celebration -written by Elly Brewer 2654385 12.00 Shakespeare-the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) Romeo and Juliet
Rupert Cartoon capers with the affable bear.
Preparing satay chicken.82643743
Comedy drama. Two wranglers dream of earning enough money to escape their lives. Widescreen.
Director Burt Kennedy (1965) Films: pp 62-68 ***
Jim Ed Love:
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More from Goodwood, featuring the race at 3.40.
Some People Will Eat Anything
Esther Rantzen and chef Sophie Grigson meet people who eat locusts, snakes, newspapers and scarves.
Fern Britton oversees more cookery challenges.
Recipes for late summer days, including Sri Lankan curry, Thai prawns with angel-hair pasta and coconut lime cake.
Kevin McCloud 's guide to lighting and Anne McKevitt 's window treatments feature in this 1998 edition.
The Witness. When Vecchio is imprisoned for contempt of court, Fraser sets out to secure his release.
Lost Planet of the Gods. (part 1). A mysterious illness afflicts key members of the Galactica's crew. The story concludes next week.
The DRU. Estimates suggest half of Britain's 60,000 prisoners are drug users. This film follows the work of the Drug Rehabilitation Unit (DRU) in Norfolk as it uses a pioneering scheme drawing on therapy and support groups to tackle the problem of drug addiction among inmates.
Producer Dick Meadows First shown on BBC East WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homeground; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
rAdam Hart-Davis continues his bicycle tour of Britain with a visit to England's south coast, where he celebrates the construction of Brighton's West Pier, the work of biologist Thomas Huxley , and the invention of both the shutter telegraph system and the hovercraft. See Choice.
Producer Paul Bader ; Executive producer Mike Greenwood
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The series analysing the housing market looks at the trials and tribulations of renovating old property, meeting a professional housebuilder who is transforming a derelict Lincolnshire flour mill into his dream home. Plus a report on private investigators who offer to check out prospective neighbours for those about to move. With
Quentin Willson , Anna Ryder Richardson and Paul Higgins.
Series producer Susie Staples ; Executive producer Mark Hill Anna Ryder Richardson 's Kind of Day: page
Liberace: Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful. Recalling the life of flamboyant pianist Liberace, who shot to fame in the fifties with his renditions of popular classics. Family and friends discuss his public persona and how he tried to hide his homosexuality right up to his death from an Aids-related illness in 1987. Denis Lawson narrates. See Choice.
Producer HamishMykura; Series editor Jenny Abbott
The series of films examining the choices available to elderly people when their independence is threatened.
Mobility. Arthritis sufferers Ron and Nan Southwick face the prospect of living apart after Nan suffers a fall, while
Ina Castle's hip operation casts doubts on her future with her husband George. Narrated by Sue Johnston.
Director Robert Letts ; Series producer Julian Mercer
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With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines.
The Percussion Final: Noises Off. Keith Forster , Scott Foster ,
Owen Gunnell , Oliver Yates and Tom Huntertryto emulate
Adrian Spillett , whose percussive talents won him the competition. The judges at Manchester's RNCM are Simon Carrington , Colin Currie and Julian Warburton.
Director Francesca Kemp The string final can be seen tomorrow at 11.20pm. Radio 3's Morning Performance, tomorrow at 11.30am, has music from the string final.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Open Advice Study to Succeed 43144 1.00 Lessons from Kerala 78521 1.30 Declining Citizenship Secondary Schools 2.00 Music Music File
Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (part 5)/Talk Spanish (parts 1-2) - language lessons for beginners.
Count Me In 5.00 Numbers Direct 42618 5.30 Making Maths Work - maths skills for everyday working life.
Open University 6.00 Foretelling Fatigue Life
6.30 The Founding of the Royal Society Ends 7.00am.