7 00 The Lampies
7 10 Arthur
8.00 Blue Peter
8.25 Potsworth and Co
Continued from BBC1.
Timetable on Wednesday BBC1
9.10 The Story Makers
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Then CBeebies Birthdays
Animated musical comedy. A grasshopper tries to stop the construction of a skyscraper.
But he also has to deal with dastardly C Bagley Beetle , who has designs on the young bug's girlfriend. Review page 55. Director David Fleischer
Love's in the air for Bilko.
An unsung hero of architecture, and the mysterious death of an insane genius.
David Attenborough looks at the hignly unusual traits of the Japanese macaque.
For details see above at
1.45 and 3.20. Including at 3.20 News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather
Clare Balding hosts coverage from the opening day of Royal
Ascot, which is taking place over five days for the first time since 1793. This first visit includes the 2.30 Queen Anne Stakes. Producer Gerry Morrison
Editor Carl Hicks
Zeinab Badawi with the latest news from Parliament.
Contact details Thursday Followed by News; Weather
Clare Balding presents the St James 's Palace Stakes at
3.45, plus other starts at
4.20 and 4.55.
There's No Disgrace like Home. Homer becomes jealous of his colleagues and their "normal" families.
Archive performances from Shakin' Stevens, Paul McCartney and Andy Williams feature alongside new footage of David Bowie , the Pirates and Counting Crows. With Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen More tomorrow at 6.20pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/totp
Author, Author. The doctor pitches his "holo-novel" to publishers via a new means of communication. Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6.45pm
Simulating Success. James Stevenson is a successful Cambridge-based businessman in his late twenties whose firm is bringing in over L100,000 a year. Yet he is spending the money as quickly as it is coming in and has a sizeable overdraft. Alvin Hall assesses his financial future. Series producer Robert McKenzie ; Series editor Daisy Goodwin PARTICIPATION: to apply to appear on the show. write to [address removed] Website: www.bbc.co.uk/yourmoney; Ceefax: page
Another chance to see an episode from the first series of the back-to-basics science challenge show, in which the team try to make a camera, film, compass and flag-dye using only the natural resources of a Mediterranean island. Series producer Paul Manners Rptd Thursday 12.30am
Paul Merrett , Silvana Franco and Ben O'Donoghue go head to head to concoct salad and pork dishes. O'Donoghue creates tomato panzanella and pork chop, Franco makes a pasta butterbean salad with Chinese-style crispy pork, and Merrett rustles up fig-and-feta salad with pork vindaloo. Series producer Sue Walton ; Executive producer Janice Gabriel 34 70 Fig-and-feta salad, plus picnic rucksack offer: page 40
The Two Winstons. In the final episode of the series,
Simon Schama looks at the lives of two contrasting figures who both wrote and made history, and whose lives impacted on many of the key events of the 20th century - the great statesman Winston Churchill , and author George Orwell.
Director Clare Beavan ; Executive producer Martin Davidson INTERACTIVE FORUM: viewers can put questions to Simon Schama after the programme on www.bbc.co.uk/history. Schama also delivers the inaugural BBC History Lecture - Thursday 9pm BBC4 BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: £3.25 George Orwell v Winston Churchill: page 44
Continuing a rerun of this series chronicling life at Lord and Lady Tavistock's stately home in Bedfordshire. A cache of bombs is uncovered on the golf course, and Lord Howland agrees to meet the ravers illegally partying on the estate. Director Nigel Farrell ; Producer Paul Sommers
With Jeremy Paxman. is.
Christopher Hitchens profiles the US president George W Bush , who came in for heavy criticism on his election win last year, but who has won widespread admiration since 11 September. Producer Jennifer Clayton The series concludes tomorrow with a profile of Saddam Hussein
Followed by The 48 Preludes and Fugues
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Editor Edwina Thomas
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Birth of Calculus 18109 1.00
Controlling Carnival Crowds? 7134426 1.50 Ever Wondered? - Anita Roddick on the influence of people power. Secondary Schools 2.00 Science Zone
Languages 4.00 France Inside Out (parts 2-3)
Working In the Community 5.00 Managingvolunteers and Staff Open University 6.00 The Lapedo Child
6.50 What Have the 1980s Ever Done for Us? 8613529 j