With signingand subtitles. Stereo.
Atlanta discovers that an invasion is imminent. (Rpt) (Subtitled)
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1.
Fun in the Arctic. Repeated at 2.00pm.
Animated antics. Repeated at 2.05pm.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Job Bank (ages 14+) Farmworker Stereo 1658483 9.15Teaching Today stereo 860803 9.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Art - Growing Things
Drip, Squiggle and Squidge find out about plants, fruits and trees in art, with the help of Vincent Van Gogh.
Poppy and Rog are hungry.
10.30 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7)
3285532 10.45 Numbers Plus (ages 6-7) Stereo 3280087 11.00 Look and Read
(ages 7-9+) Spywatch
11.20 Short Circuit (ages 14-16)
Po/ymers Stereo 6771629 11.40 Belief
File (ages 11-14) Stereo 4369377 12.00 English File (ages 14-17)
The teachings of Islam shown using a futuristic, interactive style to learn about values from "witnesses", young UK Muslims. Narrated by Gillian Hanna & Bob Peck.
Looks at how words and rhetorical devices contribute to the emotional power of speeches. Uses a wide range of pre 20th century texts and looks at three famous speeches.
Presented by Adrian Chiles. Stereo...
1.00 Scene (ages 13-17) Environment - the People Are the Forest written by Douglas Hodge. Peter Seartes Stereo Subtitled 24464 1.30 Showcase Stereo 65514349 1.45Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Shown at 8.25am.
Shown at 8.30am.
Open University preview. Stereo.
Introduced by Helen Rollason.
Swimming Britain's top swimmers compete in Sheffield at the Olympic Trials hopingto make the team forthis summer's games in Atlanta. Plus news of the British Paralympic Swimming Trials. Commentary from Hamilton Bland and Andy Jameson. Ice Skating The World Figure Skating
Championships men'sfree programme from Canada. Continues at 5.30pm.
Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Carl Hicks
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
The second quarter final. Stereo ..........
Cookery game show. Stereo ................
TV presenter Tania Bryer and hairdresser Nicky Clarke contribute to a discussion on the art of successful flirting.
Further coverage from Canada of the men's free programme from the World Figure Skating Championships in Alberta. British hopes lie with Steven Cousins. Commentary by Alan Weeks and Barry Davies. Introduced by Sue Barker with Robin Cousins.
Munster the Magnificent. Herman promises to make his son proud when Eddie volunteers him for a talent
Get Me Out of Here. The secret agents with supernatural powers help a world famous doctor placed under house arrest on a Caribbean island.
Written by Ralph Smart ; Director Cyril Frankel
Entertainment news and reviews.
Actor Matthew Modine talks about his latest film Cutthroat Island, released in cinemas at the end of the month.
With Emma Forbes and Adem Ay.
With the recent Sea Empress oil-spill disaster still fresh in people's minds, Andrew Cooper explores the history of man's often destructive influence on the natural world of the sea and Channel shores in the last of the series. Excavations, fishing nets, the increased volume of shipping and even clean-up operations have detrimental effects on wildlife.
This documentary film captures the distinctive sights and sounds of the species that inhabit an estuary in winter. The behavioural patterns of wildlife in the area are dictated by the tides. See today's choices.
Being There 8.00pm BBC2
The aim of this documentary is to give viewers the sense of really "being there" ("there" being an estuary in winter). So the programme makers have relied on the sounds of wildlife to evoke the atmosphere of this constantly changing habitat and show how life revolves around the daily tidal cycle. There is only sparse narration (from Tom Conti) and muted music.
The footage (taken by cameraman Ian McCarthy of the Life in the Freezer team) features many natural spectacles caused by the tide including seals bracing themselves for a storm and dense swarms of tiny waders twisting and turning in a dramatic orange sky.
Bob Flowerdew reveals how he uses an old car tyre when he plants out his seed potatoes in Norfolk, while Nick Wray talks to an expert about how to introduce new plant varieties and improve old ones. Pius a visit to a Japanese garden in some unlikely surroundings. Presented by Geoff Hamilton from Bamsdale. See today's choices.
Series producer John Percival ; Executive producer
See Geoff Hamilton : page 38
The last episode of the surreal comedy-sketch series featuring Richard Herring , Stewart Lee ,
Peter Baynham and Kevin Eldon. Also including Ian News
The final bulletin for lans everywhere. With Ian Lewis and Ian Ketterman.
Director Nick Wood ; Producer Sarah Smith
With Kirsty Wark.
There's Le Corbuissier and Papin at play and a re-enactment of the Oscar-winning British film Chariots of Fire in the last of Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer's anarchic comedy series.
Vic introduces us to a special edition of Masterchef, Bob gets trapped in a jar, and we pay another visit to Slade on their campsite.
Adult black comedy starring
Barry Otto , Lynette Curran
Advertising executive Harry Joy changes his ways after a close call with death. He abandons his adulterous wife and corrupt children, cancels the agency's largest client, and falls in love with a young woman.
Director Ray Lawrence (1985, 18) ♦See Films: pages 57-62 ***