The Charlie Brown and Snoopy
Show Focusing on Snoopy's avian pal Woodstock.
6 25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Ira's team travel to Paris to capture the Genus.
6.45 Arthur DW gets lost duringa
White House tour, then Arthur frets when he takes possession of a mystery envelope.
7.10 Beckham's Hotshots 5/5. How to bend it like David.
7.30 Short Change The consumer show carries out more investigations. Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Magic Key (ages 5-6) Third Unit - The Fountain of Youth
(Preferences) 3787418 10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Christianity -
Friends 3775673 11.00 Music Makers (ages 7-9) Professor Allegro's World of Music - In the Ocean (Dynamics) 4182895 11.20 BBC Primary History (ages 9-11) Time Lines - Home
11.40 BBC Primary History (ages 9-11) Time Lines - Work
Aberglasney. Chris Beardshaw is in Towy, Carmarthenshire, to visit a 17th-century cloister garden nicknamed "the Garden Lost in Time". The restoration process being carried out is inspired by the medieval idea of the "enamelled mead" - blocks of grass studded with low-growing flowers. Producer John Trefor ; Executive producer Christina Macaulay
The team are at the Gardeners' World Live show at the NEC in Birmingham, which runs until Sunday, exploring the show gardens and visiting the floral marquee to talk to nurserymen to find out about some of the year's new plants. Series editor Gill Tierney
When Lord Mountbatten was blown up aboard his boat on 27 August 1979 while holidaying in the Republic of Ireland, the most complex IRA operation undertaken since the beginning of the Troubles was revealed, Improvements in bomb-making technology enabled massive explosives to be detonated remotely, as the co-ordinated attack on the same day that killed 18 British soldiers also demonstrated. Here, General Sir Michael Jackson , former IRA volunteers and the RUC officers who investigated the Warrenpoint bombing provide testimony to the sophistication of the IRA's methods and the devastation that resulted.
Producer Marcus Kiggell ; Executive producer Denys Blakeway Peter Taylor recalls the day that changed the IRA: page 30
Guests Rich Hall, Jeremy Hardy , Bill Bailey and Alan Davies face impossible-to-answer questions on things beginning with A. Stephen Fry is the resident quizmaster. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Argumentfrom Design Si 45141 2.30 Meaning in Abstract Art 94906 3.00 Living with Risk 53600 3.30 Welfare for
All? 85258 4.00 Your Place or Mine? 994514.30 Healthy Living ... Back to the Future 82529 5.00 Finding a Voice - Alanah and Hannah 54258 5.30 The Golden Thread
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