Ends 11. 05.
Animated tales with the rather clumsy penguin. (R)
A look at jumping, skipping and hopping. (R)
7.25 The Busy World of Richard Scarry
Animated adventures with the inhabitants of Busytown. (R)
Animated double bill of aquatic antics. (R)
8.15 Dastardly and Muttley
Cartoon pigeon-pursuing. (R)
8.35 Blue Peter
Shown last Friday BBCl (S)(W)
Welcome to Dead House (part 1) Amanda and Josh move to a new town with very strange inhabitants.
Concludes tomorrow. (R)(S)
Gerard McCabe and Jean Anderson check out the nightclub scene in Glasgow, plus a survivor's guide to a first date. (R) (S)
9.50 Little Bear
Animated antics with the curious bear cub. (R)
Naughty Bee. The fun-loving foursome listen to a story from Tamzin Griffin. (R) (S)
Hospital Visit. Fizz hurts her wrist after falling off her bike. Shown last Tuesday BBCl (S) (W)
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Children's adventure. Benji the dog is forced to fend for himself when he becomes separated from his trainer.
Director Joe Camp (1987) (S) Films: pp 60-68 **
Ends 1.30. Tales of a postman and his black-and-white cat. (R)
The accident-prone elephant makes a flag. (R)
US comedy about the drivers at the Sunshine cab company. Come As You Aren't. Elaine asks Alex to be her date at a cocktail party for her arty friends. Postponed from 8 May (R) (S)
Drama starring Jane Wyman and Rock Hudson. Wealthy widow Cary Scott falls in love with a gardener who is several years younger than her.
Director Douglas Sirk (1955) Rims: pp 60-68
Separated from My Child. Esther Rantzen meets parents who cannot contact their children as well as those who have experienced reunions. (S)
Fern Britton oversees more cookery challenges. (R) (S)
Recipes using fruit and vegetables from late summer harvests and tips on preserving summer foods. Last in the series. (R) (S)
The interior-design team create a bedroom for a blind ten-year-old, plus Lloyd Farmer's secrets for stained glass. (R) (S)
Bird in the Hand. The killer of Fraser's father agrees to testify in a major corruption case. (R) (S)
Lost Planet of the Gods. Adama orders the fleet to enter the Void. Concluding a two-part story. (R) (S)
Sally's Story - Facing Cancer. Last year, BBC South news presenter Sally Taylor underwent a double mastectomy to prevent the cancer diagnosed in one of her breasts from spreading. This inspiring film follows Taylor - who had just begun a new relationship -from the early days of diagnosis to her post-operative recovery and her return to work.
Producer Mia Costello First shown on BBC South (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homeground; e-mail: email@example.com
Adam Hart-Davis stops off in Yorkshire as he continues his celebration of unsung scientists. In Whitby, he lauds whaling scientist William Scoresby before taking to sea in a soggy bid to re-create the navigation techniques of Captain
James Cook. Also acclaimed are William Bateson , inventor of the term "genetics", and Sir Edward Appleton , who discovered the ionosphere region of the Earth's atmosphere. Producer Paul Bader : Executive producer Mike Greenwood (S)
With the internet expected to account for £6.75 billion in property sales by the year 2002, Anna Ryder Richardson and Quentin Willson ask if estate agents' days are almost numbered. Plus a look at a pilot scheme in Bristol that requires vendors to provide a "sellers' pack" to potential purchasers in order to speed up the house-buying process. Director Anna Gravelle ; Series producer Susie Staples (S) (W)
Joe Louis : the Boxer Who Beat Hitler. Born the son of a cotton-picker in the US Deep South, world heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis became an unlikely hero when his 1938 defeat of German Max Schmeling was seen as a triumph for democracy over the forces of fascism. But
Louis soon became drawn into a downward spiral of debt and controversy. Narrated by Josette Simon. See Choice. Producer Paul Tilzey : Series editor Jenny Abbott (S) (W)
Ray. Having spent a year in an Oxford residential home,
Ray Hambridge , 69, has decided to move into a retirement flat in a bid to regain his independence. But Ray's frail health presents problems. Narrated by Sue Johnston.
Director Ann Lalic ; Series producer Julian Mercer (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: call free on [number removed]. Ceefax: page 617. Website: www.bbc.co.uk/health
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines.
Editor Sian Kevill (S)
First of four daily films about living in the European Union. A Greek and Pleasant Land. Following Philip Noel-Baker 's battle to restore his family's estate on the Greek island of Euboea. Having recently returned from England,
Noel-Baker upsets the locals by applying for an EU grant. Director Colin Luke : Producer Adam Alexander (S)
First of three weekday films about the pursuit of happiness. Wedding Lists. Four engaged couples set about compiling a wedding list that will find approval with family and friends. Series producer Susanna White ; Executive producer
Stephen Lambert (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Talking Buildings (S) 12035 1.00 Musical Prodigies (S) 86783 1.30 A Language for Movement (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 Expressive Arts Sportsbank Special-Dance TV -a look at various genres of dance. (S) Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 3-4)
Working in Retail 5.00 Customer and Care and Selling Open University 6.00 Dynamic Analysis
6.30 Fluid Flows Ends 7.00am.