Why Bird looks at primary colours. (R)
Animation. The Snork gets the flying machine working.
7.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
Cartoon cat-and-mouse capers. (R)
8.10 Clever Creatures
Puppetry. The American Allstars face the Polar Perils.
Shown last Thursday on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.35 Bruno the Kid
Animated action with an 11-year-old spy. (R)
The weekday studio debate, , hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . Executive editor Carrie Thomas
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Simon Biagi and the team give a seaside theme to a hall in Bristol. (R) (S)
A weekday rerun for the antiques challenge as teams seek out bargains and auction them. With David Dickinson. (R) (S) (W)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Comedy drama starring
Robert Mitchum and Jean Simmons.
- Nealthy Corby Lane repays a debt to the people of Progress, Arkansas, but her generosity has unexpected consequences. Director Lloyd Bacon (1954)
(BW)(S) Films: pp 56-63 * *
Big and Little keep bumping into each other. (R)
1.05 Open a Door Another global story, today from Nigeria. (R) (S)
Quentin Willson on the 240mph McLaren Fl, of which only were made. (R) (S) (W)
World championship action from Rally New Zealand, presented by Mark James. (W)
Adventure, beginning a short season of Second World War films. As Japanese forces overrun the Philippines, a US major is ordered to destroy at all costs a secret American base. Director Edward L Cahn (1958)
(BW) (S) 9658434 , Marine Raiders is tomorrow at 1.10pm
Films: pp 56-63 ** 1
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Geoff Hamilton visits secluded gardens in Warwick and Oxford.
Alan Titchmarsh lifts, divides and feeds border plants. (R) (S) (W)
Culinary challenge. (R) (S)
Chef Gary Rhodes recalls his visit to Northern Ireland in More Rhodes around Britain. (R) (S)i
First of ten programmes in which Delia Smith demonstrates the basics of cooking. Today, eggs.
Lisa's Rival. Lisa's days as the class brain are numbered when a smart young student arrives i Spri ngfield.
Featuring the voice of Winona Ryder. (R) (S) A Simpsons double bill can be seen on Friday at 6pm
Christmas Snow. Will's generosity backfires when he helps a stranger, who then robs the family. (R) (S)
The Way We Weren't. An old datacam tape exposes
Aeryn's involvement in a cold-blooded murder. (si
Chasing the Dragon. This week an investigation into a huge rise in drug use among Asian youth, shattering the image of a clean-living, law-abiding, family-orientated community. Interviews with addicts paint a picture of unemployment, discrimination, cultural alienation, poor housing and social exclusion as root causes of heroin abuse by children as young as 11. Presented by Rajesh Mirchandani.
Producer Bish Mehay: Series producer Sunandan Walia (S) (W)
Weekly natural-history zone. Ends 9.30.
Series producer Paul Appleby ; Editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Incredible Journeys - the Swallow's Odyssey A swallow chick that hatched in England will fly 6,000 miles to South Africa before it is six months old to join three million others in an enormous roost. Then they will make the return journey just 50 days later. Extraordinary filming techniques provide a bird's-eye view of the epic voyage from nest to Cape Town. Director/Producer Nigel Marven (R) (S)
Riddle of the Right Whale. Numbers of the rarest of all great whales are still in decline, despite total protection and a conservation effort that has even enlisted the help of US nuclear submarines. This film shows these fascinating giants - called right whales because they were once considered ideal quarry for hunters - battling formates, raising their young and struggling for survival.
Producer Rick Rosenthal ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (R) (S) (W)
Internet Owls. Chris Sperring has devoted his life to protecting barn owls in the Bristol area. Now he is achieving global recognition for his work via the internet. Series producer Paul Appleby (S) (W)
Series unlocking the secrets of ancient frozen bodies.
A Life in Ice. The second programme looks at the discovery of a Stone Age man found frozen to the rocks on a high Alpine pass in 1991. Experts have been able to reveal a mass of information about the 5,000-year-old body. Producer Tim Haines ; Series editor Bettina Lerner
Postponed from 17 July (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the guided tour of madness in the company of people who've been there. This week former patients describe their experiences of manic depression.
Producer Alexandra Scott : Executive producer Ian Macrae (S) (W)
With Jeremy Vine. Including, at 11.00, News headlines.
Editor Sian Keyill (S)
Continuing the rerun of the drama about the lives and loves of a group of young lawyers in London.
From Here to Maternity. Milly takes decisive action when Egg accuses her of being boring. Contains strong language. For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (R) (S)
Politics with Steve Richards.
Editor Jon Williams
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 A Tale of Two Capitals -Paris and Rome (S) 25380 1.30 Theory and Practice (S)
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Being a Teenager 2 Languages 4.00 Spanish Journey (part 2)
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 Careers
Open University 6.00 Changing Voices 52767 6.30 Public Murals in New York Ends 7.00am. (S)