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The Magical Adventures of Quasimodo
Animation set in 15th-century Paris.
DW is scared of a fire drill at school.
7.50 Blue Peter
The team marks 75 years of Winnie the Pooh and unveils the Commonwealth Games baton.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
Animated double bill. Binka looks for somewhere to sleep, and then he feels playful.
Repeated at 1pm
8.20 Little Bear
A triple bill in which the cub catches a cold, sees a show by Hen, and helps Father
Bear in the garden.
8.45 64 Zoo Lane
Animated series. The animals tell Lucy the story of Zed the zebra, who was the fastest in any race.
Bella gets a postcard from her friends in Venice, and Max goes on a ferry trip to the island of Jersey.
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Dave and his friends create a world fashioned totally from paper.
In this double bill, Dipsy keeps getting in the way, and Laa-Laa plays with her favourite orange ball. BBC TELETUBBIES MAGAZINE: on sale monthly, price Â£1.35
10.50 Ethelbert the Tiger
Two tales in which the tiger cub meets some koalas and a peacock.
Continuing live coverage from Blackpool of the Conservative Party's annual conference. This morning's discussion considers the current state of public services in Britain.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Zeinab Badawi.
More fun with the fat cat.
(Shown at 8.10am)
Look and Read (ages 7-9) The
Legend of the Lost Keys
Weekday consumer and financial news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Continuing live coverage of the Conservative Party conference. This afternoon, shadow
Chancellor Michael Howard addresses the delegates in Blackpool. Hosted by Andrew Neil , with Zeinab Badawi.
Better Homes presenter and interior designer John Amabile joins Dermot Cavanagh for a painting tutorial at Derrybawn House, Glendalough, County
Another against-the-clock culinary contest, presented by Ainsley Harriott. Ainsley's Gourmet Express 2 series concludes tonight at 8.30pm
Elimination quiz, hosted by Anne Robinson. Repeated at 12 midnight on BBC Choice
Good Shepherd. Janeway tries to connect with three misfit crew members by taking them on a mission.
First ever episode of The Next Generation is tomorrow at 6.45pm
End of the World. An older Max travels from the future to tell Liz that their relationship will imperil the planet.
Liverpool. Oddie tours the city on the Mersey, stopping off to fish for Korean sea squirts in the docks, watch ravens on the cathedral and to observe a streetwise fox.
Producer Mary Colwell Series producer Stephen Moss
In an autumnal edition, Antony Worrall Thompson roasts a pheasant in cider and calvados, topping it off with apples from the orchard and then using his garden vegetables to make a pickle. Meanwhile, Emma Crowhurst gathers field mushrooms and Oz Clarke tries a selection of brandies.
Series producer Lyndsay Davis ; Executive producer Glona Wood WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
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Wagon Meals. In the last of the current series, Harriott overcomes limited space and equipment inside a motor-home parked in a north Lincolnshire field to make tandooritikka king prawns, mackerel with coriander and shallot pickle, pan-fried pork chops with apples, cider and cream sauce, and an oaty plum crumble. Plus a visit to Germain Schwab 's famous nearby restaurant - Winteringham Reids. Director Stuart Bateup : Series producer Sara Kozak WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gourmetexpress
BBC BOOK: Ainsley Harriott's Gourmet Express, hardback, price £14.99 Pan-fried pork chops with glazed apples, plus offers: page 21
Series about four major battles in the Second World War. Bomber. Bomber Command veterans recall how, night after night, they flew terrifying missions to destroy heavily defended targets in Germany. With Professor Richard Holmes.
Director Hamish Beeston
Series producer Mark Fielder
Spoof history documentaries, starring Marcus Brigstocke. Fire! David Oxley BA (Hons) demonstrates his unique theory on the cause of the Great Fire of London.
Written by Danny Robins and Dan Tetsell ; Director/Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history
An episode first shown in 1977 of the classic comedy. Pardon Me. Blanco is offered parole, but refuses to go. Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais : Producer Sydney Lotterby
Another episode is tomorrow 10pm
Analysis of the news, with Kirsty Wark.
Another episode from the series about the Middle East.
Tea with the Taliban. Journalist Sean Langan sets off on a journey to meet frontline Taliban fighters.
The Puerto Rican Day. The gang get caught in a traffic jam caused by a parade.
A recital from Bach's
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Lab Detectives 9987774 12.45 Ever Wondered? 30652 1.15 Ever Wondered? 6907010 1.30 Women and Allegory: Gender and Sculpture
Secondary Schools 2.00 Science Science in Action - Materials and Their Properties
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 9-12) Work Essentials 5.00 Europe
Open University 6.00 Talking about Care
6.30 The Care Industry