6.40 Third World Studies: the Plough and the Hoe 7.05 Maths: Cayley's Theorem
More cartoon adventures with the puppet boy.
Pinocchio and Franco are forced to join a gang of bandits. When the bandits capture Lucy, Pinocchio has to try and convince her he is good in order to save her life.
More adventures with the cartoon bear.
Special guest Boy George introduces his world of rhythm, rap 'n' reggae while master blaster
Norman Cook unleashes his new dance floor mega-mix of that Inspiral Carpets classic, the 8.15 title music. Ron Freethy looks for dinosaurs, while sound effects specialist
Simon Entwhistle makes music with his mouth! There are problems to solve In Their Shoes, costumes to dry in The Wetter, The Better and electronic keyboards to be won in a great competition. Rentaghost appears in its regular haunt and there's cartoon fun from the Ewoks and those Killer Tomatoes.
Presented by Ross King , Charlotte Hindle and Dianne Oxberry. Director Alex Lonsdale
Series producer Martyn Day
From A to Zzz
An animated version of the children's classic.
Even though Tubby the Tuba is a member of a great orchestra, he is unhappy with his monotonous 'oompah' sound. Narrated by Paul Tripp. Featuring the voices of Dick Van Dyke , Pearl Bailey and Hermione Gingold. Producer/Director Alexander Schure
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Introduced by Desmond Lynam.
12.35 Football; 1.00 News
1.05 Golf; 1.55 Racing
2.05 Motor racing; 2.25 Racing
2.35 Motor racing - BTCC
2.55 Racing; 3.05 Golf
4.25 Show jumping
Dunhill British Masters from Woburn. Can
Stephen Richardson keep up his current European form? With Steve Rider , Peter Alliss ,
Bruce Critchley , Clive Clark , Alex Hay and Mike Hughesdon.
CSIO Nations Cup meeting from Hickstead. Dubai Speed Grand Prix. With Raymond Brooks -
Ward and Stephen Hadley.
Australia v England
England are in Sydney for the first match of their tour. With John Motson and Trevor Brooking.
From Lingfield Park.
2.00 Daily Mail HH and S Stakes (Handicap. I m 3f 106yds)
2.30 Daily Mail Ideal Home Games Stakes (Handicap. 7f 140yds)
3.00 Daily Mail Leisure Stakes (6f). With Peter O'Sullevan , Julian Wilson and Jimmy Lindley.
Round 4 of the Esso British Touring Car Championship from
Murray Walker. Plus highlights of the Indianapolis 500. Producer Martin Hopkins Editor John Philips
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More adventures with the Australian airborne medics.
Family Secrets (Part 2)
Barry Standish is held in high esteem by the residents of Coopers Crossing, but Geoff knows what his elder brother is really like. When Geoff tries to warn Kate to avoid becoming involved with him, she accuses him of possessiveness and ignores his warnings - to her cost.
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Join in the fun and test your knowledge of showbusiness as Gloria Hunniford welcomes writer/comedian
Angus Deayton and actor Leslie Grantham , while
Kenny Everett is joined by television personality Cleo Rocos and actress Gwen Taylor.
Presented by Mike Smith. Producer Peter Hamilton
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See a movie in ten seconds, listen-in to a famous person's answerphone, and find out what is on offer from Beeb
Records. With Shane Richie ,
Billy Pearce , George Marshall , Maddi Cryer and Annette Law. Director Tony Newman Producer Bill Wilson
The popular American detective series, starring Peter Falk
Bryce Chadwick has run the family corporation and his sister Beth's life since the death of their father. But when he refuses to allow Beth to marry the corporation's attorney, she decides to take matters into her own hands.
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Regional Variations (2)
One Foot In the Grave: The Valley of Fear
Victor's outing to photograph badgers ends with him being mugged. Mrs Birkett comes to regret calling at the Meldrews' to collect items for a jumble sale. Victor finds a dead cat in the freezer.
With Michael Buerk.
Weather John Kettley
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Hospital drama series.
When a mother and child flee from medical attention, Beth is suspicious about the child's injuries and Megan is sure she recognises the mother. Investigation nearly leads to tragedy for Megan.
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9.10pm BBC1 When new casualty officer Dr Beth Ramanee joined the regulars at Holby General Hospital at the beginning of the fifth series (currently being repeated), she was forced to adapt quickly to the hectic pace and pressure of life in the casualty unit. In tonight's episode, the young doctor's suspicions are aroused about the injuries suffered by a child removed from the hospital by its mother. Ramanee is played by Mamta Kaash (below), winner of the Best Actress Award at the 1988 Cannes Television Festival for her part in the BBC drama Salaam Shalom. She is currently working on the new series of Casualty, to be shown in the autumn.
More comedy and music from both sides of the Atlantic.
With Charlie Fleischer - the voice of Roger Rabbit , hard-hitting New Yorker Stephanie Hodge , British comics Felix and Owen O'Neil and resident hosts, Curtis and Ishmael. Music from Sheena
Easton. With Tommy Cockles. Producer Alan Nixon
An English Channel production for BBCtv
War-time drama, starring Dirk Bogarde, Michael Caine, Sean Connery
The Allies have a daring plan to stop the war by the end of 1944. Called Operation
Market Garden, it involves parachuting 35,000 troops into occupied Holland to capture a strategic line of bridges. This epic spectacular shows the bravery and folly of one of the costliest operations in British military history.
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