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: Children's BBC Breakfast

Ends 9.00.

Pingu
Pingu goes ice-skating. Repeated at 1.05pm (R)

7.05 Playdays
Peggy and her friends look for boats at Rye. (R)

7.25 Smurfs' Adventures
Animated azure-tinged adventures. (R)

7.50 Blue Peter
Children's magazine. Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)

8.15 The All-New Popeye Show
Animated antics. (R)

8.40 Polka Dot Shorts
Bear makes a cookery programme. (R)

8.50 Brum
Brum wanders on to the stage of an opera. (R)

: School programme

Half-term repeats.
9.00 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Types of Materials: Building Materials (S) 8612539 9.15 Cats' Eyes (ages
5-7) Types of Materials: Waterproofing (S) 7058997 9.30 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) The Golden Goose (S) 3445404 9.45 The Pocket-Sized Guide to Parenting (S) (W)

: Teletubbies

Ends 10.50.
Giraffes. A herd of giraffes march through
Teletubbyland. (R) (S)

: Tweenies

That's a Bad Cough,
Doodles. The Tweenies try making
Doddles feel better. (R) (S) (W)

: School programmes

10.50 ZigZag Shorts (ages 7-9) Brittany (S) 9511978 11.00
Numbertime (ages 5-7) Change from 10p (S) 2953959 11.15 Watch
(ages 5-7) Making Books: Pop-ups (S) 2969510 11.30 Megamaths (ages 7-10) The Three-Times
Table (S) 4748539 11.50 Science Zone (ages 9-11) People: Peak
Performance (S) 4740065 12.10 Science Zone (ages 9-11) People: Criminal Solutions (S)

: Working Lunch

Latest business and consumer news developments.

: Angelmouse

Ends 1.10.
Angelmouse can't decide on a birthday gift. (R)

: Pingu

Shown at 7.05am

: School programme

Landmarks (ages 9-11) Using the Land: Coastal Neighbours (S)

: World Cycling

Hugh Porter reports from
Manchester Velodrome on the first day of the World Track championships , where Jason Queally attempts to repeat his
Olympic gold success in the lkm time trial. Further coverage tomorrow at 1.30pm.

Contributors

Unknown: Hugh Porter
Unknown: Jason Queally

: Ken Hom's FoolproofChinese Cookery

The chef cooks classic lemon chicken with braised spicy bean CUrd. (S) (W)

: Westminster Live

Diana Madill offers a chance for viewers to quiz MPs. (S) CONTACT DETAILS: see Tuesday
3.20 News; Regional News (Digital:
UK Today); Weather (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Diana Madill

: Esther

Is Work Good for You? Esther
Rantzen meets people who gave up high-earningjobs to lead an easier life. (S) (W)

: Ready Steady Cook

Ainsley Harriott hosts the cookery contest. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Ainsley Harriott

: The Weakest Link

Elimination quiz show hosted by Anne Robinson. (S) (W) The Weakest Link has an extra evening edition on BBC1 starting next Tuesday

Contributors

Unknown: Anne Robinson.

: Today at the Paralympics

Clare Balding introduces action from day eight, with James Anderson. Jeannette Chippington and Melanie Easter going for glory in the pool, and David Holding , Andrew Curtis and Nigel Bourne hoping for gold on the track. (S)

Contributors

Unknown: James Anderson.
Unknown: Jeannette Chippington
Unknown: David Holding
Unknown: Andrew Curtis
Unknown: Nigel Bourne

: Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Fear, Itself

Buffy reluctantly joins Willow, Xander and Oz at a sinister Halloween party, and soon becomes trapped in a real-life house of horrors.
(Repeated tomorrow at 12.10am) (S) (W) WEBSITE: [Web address removed]

: First Sight

The Max Factor. Wendy Robbins spends a day with Evening Standard editor Max Hastings and his family. Is the man they labelled "Hitler Hastings" as tough as his image?
Producer Jonathan Brunert ; Editor Dippy Chaudhary (S) REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel on left for variations

Contributors

Unknown: Wendy Robbins
Editor: Max Hastings
Producer: Jonathan Brunert

: Fred Dibnah's Magnificent Monuments

Another chance to see the first in this six-part series shown earlier this year in which steeplejack Fred Dibnah celebrates some of Britain's great building and engineering feats. Taking castles as his theme for tonight's programme, his journey begins at Old Sarum's Iron Age fort in Wiltshire. Producer David Hall : Executive producers Mike Greenwood. Claire Powell
(R) (S)

Contributors

Unknown: Fred Dibnah
Producer: David Hall
Producers: Mike Greenwood.
Producers: Claire Powell

: Top Gear

Jason Barlow assesses Alfa's new Sportswagon, Adrian Simpson reveals some surprisingly attractive options for those wanting to put a car on the road for £1,000, and Tiff Needell lines up on the grid at Goodwood - in an Aston Martin valued at some L2.5 million.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Richard Pearson (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Jason Barlow
Unknown: Adrian Simpson
Producer: John Wilcox
Producer: Richard Pearson

: Horizon

The Lost World of Lake Vostok. The discovery of a vast and mysterious lake - four kilometres beneath the Antarctic ice at the coldest place on earth but not, as would have been expected, frozen solid - has baffled scientists who, convinced that it could contain unique life-forms, are now anxious to discover what secrets the lake holds. But can they do this without contaminating the most pristine body of water on the planet? See Choice.
Producer Jonathan Renouf ; Series editor Bettina Lerner (S) (W)

Contributors

Producer: Jonathan Renouf
Editor: Bettina Lerner

: Trade Secrets

Cobblers reveal what it takes to be well-healed.
Director Stuart Everett ; Producer Niall Fraser (R) (S)

Contributors

Director: Stuart Everett
Producer: Niall Fraser

: Clarkson

Joining Jeremy Clarkson as his guest in the second of his current series of chat shows is the Leader of the Conservative Party, William Hague.
Director Brian Klein ; Producer Rob Baker (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Joining Jeremy Clarkson
Unknown: William Hague.
Director: Brian Klein
Producer: Rob Baker

: Newsnight

Analysis and discussion of the day's news stories, presented by Jeremy Vine. (S) (W)

Contributors

Presented By: Jeremy Vine.

: Ruby

In the last of this week's chat shows Ruby Wax plays host to Lucie Arnaz , daughter of Lucille Ball , who discusses showbiz dynasties with performer Alexis Arquette , brother to Rosanna and Patricia, and with actress Suzanne Bertish. (S) (W)

Contributors

Unknown: Lucie Arnaz
Unknown: Lucille Ball
Unknown: Alexis Arquette
Unknown: Suzanne Bertish.

: Despatch Box

The day's events at Westminster, introduced by Sian Williams.

Contributors

Introduced By: Sian Williams.

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 The Next Big Thing: The Reality of Risk 77398 1.00 Whose Web is it Anyway? (S) 18718 1.30
Background Brief: Time Travel for Beginners 6759669 1.45 What Have the Seventies Ever Done for Us? 9135973 1.55 Tales of the Expected - Stackers 8137282 2.00 Restoring the Balance (S) 52737 2.30 Sex and the Single Gene? (S) 31244 3.00 Missing the Meaning? (S)
Curriculum Development 3.30 Literacy: the Write Way (pt 1) Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 17-20)
Webwise 2000 5.00 Get Webwise Parents - the Issues (W) 13094 5.30 Get Webwise Parents - Hands On (W)
Open University 6.00 Looking Glass World (S) 95282 6.30 The Chemistry of Creativity Ends 7.00am. (S)








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