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Ends 9.00.

Cassy takes on Zarlack's form in a fight.

7.25 Smurfs' Adventures
The Smurfs enter a human village to rescue Smurfette and Clumsy from a mean showmaster.

7.45 Taz-Mania
WendalT Wolf wants Taz to adopt him, then Buddy Boar persuades Taz to have a personality makeover.

8.10 The Journey of Allen Strange
Allen sets out to discover his roots and an alien tries to convince him humans are bad.

8.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Cuddles strives to impress Lady Honeycomb with his bravery.

8.50 Snailsbury Tales
Eric takes a trip in Professor Crunch's hot-air balloon.

: CBeebies

Ends 10.00.

Teletubbies Everywhere
A girl learns how to play the Taiwanese erhu fiddle.

9.10 The Shiny Show
Mukka asks the questions, and there's a visit to a bird sanctuary to learn about owls and hawks.

9.30 64 Zoo Lane
Doris the Duck tries to convince the others to sing a new dawn chorus.

9.40 The Story Makers
Jelly is feeling very helpful today.

Followed by CBeebies Birthdays

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.00 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Crisps 8767903 10.15
Numbertime (ages 5-7) Money-Coin Equivalents to 10 Pence 8780854 10.30 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) Who's in the Shed? 8389835 10.45
What? Where? When? Why? Food - Eggs and Edam

: Conference Live

Andrew Neil introduces this morning's debates at the Liberal Democrats' conference in Brighton. Featuring interviews and comment from delegates in the studio, while
Zeinab Badawi seeks out the views of grass roots members. Coverage continues at 2pm.


Introduces: Andrew Neil
Unknown: Zeinab Badawi

: Global Warnings

How hunters damaged New
Zealand's ecology.

: Taxi

Like Father, Like Daughter. Alex tries to reach his estranged daughter.

: Working Lunch

Financial roundup. Including another Mother and Baby Week report, toda on how to set up a day-nursery.

: Conference Live

The cameras return to Brighton for further news and analysis from the Liberal Democrats' conference.

: News

: Regonal News

(Digital: BBC London
News) Weather

: Have I Got the 90s for You

A classic episode of the news quiz. (Revised rpt)

: Ready Steady Cook

Culinary contest.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: The Simpsons

This Little Wiggy. Bart befriends Ralph Wiggum.


Unknown: Ralph Wiggum.


Including Alexander O'Neal , Jamiroquai, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Bjork. Plus a Billy Joel classic by Diana Krall. Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Top of the Pops Friday, 7.30pm, BBC1 TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: £1.90


Unknown: Alexander O'Neal
Unknown: Billy Joel
Unknown: Diana Krall.
Producer: Mark Hagen

: Star Trek: the Next Generation

Who Watches the Watchers. A primitive society, believing
Picard to be a god, prepares to sacrifice Troi.

: Decisive Weapons

The Harrier: Jumping Jet Flash. Untested in combat and derided by the military, the Harrier silenced its doubters when 20 of the planes engaged in battle with the 200-strong Argentinian air force in the Falklands. Last in the series.
Producer David Upshal ; Series producer Martin Davidson Postponed from 9 September


Producer: David Upshal
Producer: Martin Davidson

: Funny Women: June Whitf ield

June Whitfield's acting transformation from fiancee to wife to grandmother is documented over five decades of British comedy classics. This profile features clips from The Glums, Hancock and Absolutely Fabulous.
Producer Gabrielle Osrin : Editor Gaynor Vaughan Jones


Producer: Gabrielle Osrin
Editor: Gaynor Vaughan Jones

: What Not to Wear

Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine offer more candid advice on fashion faux pas. This week Meeta Jhala is persuaded to brighten up her somewhat sombre wardrobe and abandon her tent-like clothes.
Director/Producer Jane Gerber www.bbc.co.uk/lifestyles


Unknown: Trinny Woodall
Unknown: Susannah Constantine
Producer: Jane Gerber

: Flesh and Blood

Drama starring Christopher Eccleston, the first of four films this week tackling the subject of disability. A man, adopted at birth, discovers his biological parents are learning disabled. Contains strong language. One in Seven follows at 11.25pm.


Writer: Peter Bowker
Producer: Derek Wax
Director: Julian Farino
Joe Broughton: Christopher Eccleston
Cath: Emma Cunniffe
Barbara: Barbara Marten
Ethel: Jean Heywood
Eddie: Stephen Graham
Harry: Peter Kirby
Janet: Dorothy Cockin
Phil: Conor Ryan
Vicar: Stephen Chapman
Mrs Lowther: Mary Cunningham
Mr Lowther: Peter Lorenzelli
Judith: Usa Millett
Andrew: Smug Roberts
Vicky: Jennifer Hennessy
Health visitor: Amanda Fairclough
Doctor: Meriel Scholfield
Man at door: Steve Evets
Neighbour: Des Cummings
Seaworld man: Steve Garti
Man in park: Steve Hillman
Pub quizmaster: Tony Monroe

: Newsnight

With Jeremy Paxman. (Wi


Unknown: Jeremy Paxman.

: Party Conference Broadcast

By the Liberal Democrats.

: One in Seven

A journey through the gossipy world of sign language, how epilepsy affects family life, on the terraces with a football fan who has cerebral palsy, and the pleasures of art galleries for someone with a degenerative eye condition. Director Emma Hindley ; Executive producers Peter Firstbrook , Todd Austin
The Man Who Learnt to See is tomorrow at 9pm


Director: Emma Hindley
Producers: Peter Firstbrook
Producers: Todd Austin

: 10x10

The Rope Trick. Drama by Hugh Costello in which a Dublin taxi driver's life is turned upside down.
Director Tim Mercier ; Producer Sarah Lawson


Unknown: Hugh Costello
Director: Tim Mercier
Producer: Sarah Lawson

: BBC Learning Zone

Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Euro Beat 31997 1.00 Auntie's Big Adventure 37220 1.30 Kedleston Hall Secondary Schools 2.00 English - Context Languages 4.00 Talk the Talk; Multilingual UK
Webwise for Business 5.00 Welcome to the Cybermarket Open University 6.00 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?
6.30 Cinema for the Ears

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