Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Primary Preview (S)
9.30 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Summer Special: Make Your Own Words and Pictures (S)
9.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Festivals and Celebrations: Festivals of Light and Dark - Adjoa Andoh looks at the festivals of Diwali, Channukah and St Lucia's Day. (S)
10.50 Number Adventures (ages 5-7) Measuring Length: the Measuring
Snake (S) 4704207 11.05 Number Adventures (ages 5-7) Measuring
Length: the Maze (S) 6021714 11.20 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Anglo-Saxons: Anglo-Saxons Invaded
11.40 Testament (ages 11-14) The Bible in Animation: David and Saul (S) 9428337 12.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain Since 1930:
Never Had It So Good? - pop star Joe Brown on what it was like to be young during the fifties. (S)
Live coverage of the third day's play from London's Queen's
Club, introduced by Sue Barker.
The tournament offers a useful form guide to the forthcoming Wimbledon championships. which are less than a fortnight away. Former winners
John McEnroe , Jimmy Connors , Boris Becker and Stefan Edberg have all followed up success in Kensington with subsequent singles victory at the All England Club. Pete Sampras joined that illustrious band last year with a victory over Tim Henman.
Commentary comes from
John Barrett , Chris Bailey , Pat Cash , Mark Cox , David Mercer and Bill Threlfall. (W)
The classic space adventure series continues its rerun.
The Corbomite Manoeuvre. Finding the way blocked by an unknown, unresponsive object, the Enterprise destroys it. But the move only introduces the ship to the danger presented by a hostile, intractable alien. (R) (S) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.45pm
Amends. As Christmas approaches, Angel is distressed by nightmares of the killings he once relished. Buffy also taps into flashes of the same dreams as Angel finds himself returning to his vampire ways and trying to kill her. Repeated on Friday at 12 midnight (S)
Sally Forth. The aliens stop paying their rent when Mrs Dubcek refuses to fix their plumbing. Don misinterprets Sally's wish for escaping from the apartment as a cue to propose and Vicki Dubcek returns to her mother's to resume her relationship with Harry. (S)
Jamaica. Armed with barbecue tongs and a floppy hat, Ainsley Harriott visits Jamaica, where he simplifies a recipe for jerk pork, and serves up peppered shrimp together with some chillies stuffed with goats' cheese.
Later, a local reggae band wash down baked pumpkin with vegetable-and-coconut curry with a home-made punch.
Director Ben Warwick ; Producer Roulla Xenides (R) (S) BBC BOOK: Ainsley Harriott's Barbecue Bible, £14.99 from retailers CEEFAX: recipes page
Flamboyant Changing Rooms presenter Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen fulfils more of people's cherished decorating dreams in this repeated series first shown last year.
The designer attends a crash course in Egyptology at the British Museum as he seeks the necessary inspiration to re-create an authentic Egyptian burial chamber in the dining-room extension of Jane Dunster 's ground-floor flat. Producer Susannah Walker ; Executive producer Linda Clifford (R) (S)
Continuing the series of dramatised documentaries that re-create the epic journeys of legendary explorers.
Alexander von Humboldt , Natural Traveller. Discoveries in South America at the turn of the 19th century made renowned naturalist and geographer Alexander von Humboldt
famous the world over. with more than 1,000 places or geographic features named after him.
Christopher Eccleston stars in this reconstruction of his adventures. Narrated by John Lynch. See Choice.
Producer Peter Nicholson ; Executive producer Mike Gunton (S) (W) Football-free zone: page 28
Series featuring radical examples of contemporary living. Urban Dreams. London dwellings feature in this week's film, including an ultra-hip home in the East End. a loft living space to the north and a West End hotel, St Martin 's Lane, that was conceived by French contemporary design pioneer Philippe Starck. See Choice.
Series producer Rebecca Frayn ; Executive producers
Belinda Allen and Paul Hamann (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Living with Risk 51592 1.00 Clayoquot Sound - the Final Cut? 92912 1.30 No Place to Hide Secondary Schools 2.00 Religious Education Belief File: Hinduism andJudaism (S)
Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 13-16)
Working In Retail 5.00 Number and Learning Skills Open University 6.00 Powers of the President Constitution and Congress Ends 7am. (S)
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