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: Microscopic Milton

Ends 9.00.
Microscopic Milton Animated antics with the clock-dwelling creature.
Repeated at 1.05pm

: Playdays

Peggy and Whybird are captivated by the theatre after seeing a performance by Poppy.

: Snorks

A double bill of underwater cartoon adventures with the ocean-floor community.

: 50/50

Another round of the inter-schools game show. With Sally Gray.
Shown Monday on BBC1 at 4.35pm
Website: [website removed]


Presenter: Sally Gray

: Biskitts

A double bill of island-based cartoon fun.

: The Busy World of Richard Scarry

More animated antics in Busytown in the company of Huckle Cat,
Hilda Hippo and Lowly Worm.


Unknown: Hilda Hippo

: School programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Paper 9864572 9.15 Storytime (ages 4-5) Lullabyhullabaloo!
6631794 9.30 Words and Pictures
(ages 5-7) Phonics Special -
Sophie Aldred visits a farm in Wales and finds words with the "y" sound. 6212733 9.45 Watch (ages 6-7) Homes across Europe: Northern Journey (Finland)


Unknown: Sophie Aldred

: Children's BBC Teletubbies

Ends 10.50.
Teletubbies Throwing. TheTubbies watch a girl and boy throwing a ball and also take some exercise.

: Tweenies

Milking. Judy visits a friend's farm to prove to the Tweenies that milk comes from cows' udders.
Shown last Friday BBC1

: School programmes

10.50 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Art: Pattern and Texture 4593997 11.10 Folk Dance (ages 9-12) Country Dance (parti) 7472930 11.30
Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) Lost in Brooklyn (part 1) - the team try to find Safira's missing brother.
12.00 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12)
Lost in Brooklyn (part 2) - Safira has an argument with her father.

: Working Lunch

Around-the-country reports on the latest consumer news. With
Adam Shaw , Adrian Chiles.


Unknown: Adam Shaw
Unknown: Adrian Chiles.

: Children's BBC Pingu

Ends 1.10.
Pingu Another adventure with the rather clumsy and sometimes misunderstood penguin.

: Microscopic Milton

Shown at 7am

: Golf

Live coverage of the opening round of the PGA Championship from Wentworth, Surrey, with top golfers competing for the £1.5 million prize money at the second event of this season's European Tourto be held in Britain.
In addition to the L250,000 winner's reward, Scotland's
Colin Montgomerie has his eye on becoming the first player to lift the trophy on three consecutive occasions. He is running into peak form at the right time, winning the French Open earlier this month to rocket up the European Order of Merit he has made his own personal property for the past seven years.
Commentary on the action is provided by the team of Peter Alliss , Alex Hay , Ken Brown ,
Mike Hughesdon , Beverly Lewis , Mark Roe and Dougie Donnelly. Presented by Steve Rider.
Director Paul Davies ; Executive producer
Barbara Slater
Including at 3.20 News; Regional News Weather


Unknown: Colin Montgomerie
Unknown: Peter Alliss
Unknown: Alex Hay
Unknown: Ken Brown
Unknown: Mike Hughesdon
Unknown: Beverly Lewis
Unknown: Mark Roe
Unknown: Dougie Donnelly.
Presented By: Steve Rider.
Director: Paul Davies
Producer: Barbara Slater

: The Simpsons

The PTA Disbands. Bart is humiliated when Marge takes charge of his class following a teachers' strike.
6.20 Round Springfield. While visiting Bart in hospital, Lisa meets jazz musician Bleeding Gums Murphy.

: Sliders

In Dino Veritas. The Sliders find themselves cornered in a dinosaur's nest in a primeval forest. <s)


Unknown: Dino Veritas.

: Rough Science

The first of four challenges in which scientists are taken to a remote Mediterranean island and given tasks to complete using only basic tools. This week they have to pinpoint their latitude and longitude, build a radio and develop an insect repellent. Presented by Kate Humble. See Choice. Series producer Paul Manners
WEBSITE: www.open2.net


Presented By: Kate Humble

: Front Gardens

A programme from the series that tackled troublesome front gardens. Tonight, a new look for four small gardens in a VictoriaA terrace. Presented by Gay Search .
Producer Kate Kinninmont ; Executive producer Tony Laryea


Presented By: Gay Search
Producer: Kate Kinninmont
Producer: Tony Laryea

: Gardeners' World

Alan Titchmarsh hosts a special edition of the gardening magazine from West Green House in Hampshire, home of Australian gardener Marylyn Abbott , whose restoration work there is scrutinised by Stephen Lacey. See Choice.
Series producer Colette Foster ; Executive producer Tony Laryea Alan Titchmarsh on potagers: page 32


Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh
Unknown: Marylyn Abbott
Unknown: Stephen Lacey.
Producer: Colette Foster
Producer: Tony Laryea
Producer: Alan Titchmarsh

: Have I Got News for You

More headlines are dissected in humorous fashion on the topical news quiz presented by Angus Deayton , with team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton and celebrity guests. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Giles Pilbrow Repeated on Sunday


Presented By: Angus Deayton
Unknown: Ian Hislop
Unknown: Paul Merton
Director: Paul Wheeler
Producer: Giles Pilbrow

: Coupling

Sex, Death and Nudity. The attendance at the funeral of Jane's aunt snowballs as the friends arrange decoy dates.
Written by Steven Moffat ; Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue
Repeated on Sunday Alison Graham 's TV Review: page 45


Written By: Steven Moffat
Director: Martin Dennis
Unknown: Alison Graham
Steve: Jack Davenport
Jane: Gina Bellman
Susan: Sarah Alexander
Sally: Kate Isitt
Patrick: Ben Miles
Jeff: Richard Coyle
Agatha: Katharine Page
Aunt Muriel: Gwenllian Davies
Vicar: Brian Shelley
Michael: Simon Bateso

: Operation Good Guys

/ Will Survive. The team are assigned to attend a rigorous cross-country survival course at Camp Alpha.
Written, produced and directed by Dominic Anciano , Hugo Blick and Ray Burdis


Directed By: Dominic Anciano
Directed By: Hugo Blick
Directed By: Ray Burdis
Dl Beach: David Gillespie
DS Ash: Ray Burdis
Sgt de Sade: Dominic Anciano
Instructor: Tony O'Leary
Gary Barwick: Gary Beadle
Mark Kemp: Mark Burdis
Bones: Perry Benson
Strings: John Beckett

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Vine. At 11.00 News headlines.


Unknown: Jeremy Vine.

: BBC Young Musicians

The Woodwind Final: Living the Dream. Oboist
Elizabeth Couling , clarinettist Katie Lockhart , recorder-player Samantha Kerby , saxophonist Simon Cosgrove and flautist Katherine Bryan vie for the last remaining place in Sunday's overall final. The judges are George Caird ,
llena Ruhemann and Michael Whight.


Clarinettist: Elizabeth Couling
Clarinettist: Katie Lockhart
Unknown: Samantha Kerby
Unknown: Simon Cosgrove
Unknown: Katherine Bryan
Unknown: George Caird
Unknown: Llena Ruhemann
Unknown: Michael Whight.

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Shown yesterday at 6.45pm

: Brooklyn South

US police drama set in New York.
Love Hurts. Terry Doyle agrees to go undercover in order to expose an Irish crime ring.


Unknown: Terry Doyle

: The Big Combo

Crime drama starring Cornel Wilde and Richard Conte. Police lieutenant Diamond gets unexpected help in breaking up a tightly organised gang.
Director Joseph H Lewis (1955, PG) (BW)
Films: pp 62-68 ****


Unknown: Richard Conte.
Director: Joseph H Lewis

: BBC Learning Zone

GCSE Bitesize Revision French (part 1) Ends 5am.

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