With signing and subtitles.
Animated adventures with the little blue creatures.
Today: football, showjumping,Tai Chi and canoeing.
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
(Repeated at 2.00pm)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 Lifeschool Extra (ages 14+) Tanzania OYeh 5848464 9.35 Showcase 5301613 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Great Green Forest
10.25 Numbertime (ages 4-5) More or Less: Two Less Stereo 2018280 10.40 Jeunes Francophones (ages 14-16) Le Sport Stereo 1196700 ll.OOTeaching Today Ecosystems Stereo 4532 11.30 The Shape of the World (ages 14+) Who Belongs to Glasgow? Stereo 5261 12.00 Lifeschool Extra (ages 14+) Welcome Dear Friends
1.00 The Geography Programme (ages 11-16) Why Industry Comes and Goes Stereo 65764990 1.20ZigZag(ageS 8-10+) Danger Detectors
65775006 1.45 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Rubbish
(Shown at 8.25am) (Stereo)
Arthur and Irene Brighouse found that arranging a wedding at a time of severe rationing was not easy.
From Goodwood, featuring races at 2.40,
3.10 and 3.40. Commentary by Peter O'Sullevan , Jimmy Lindley and Jim McGrath , with reports by Jonathan Powell. Introduced by Julian Wilson with Clare Balding.
Producer Barbara Slater
Including at 3.00 News Regional News and Weather
Regional News and Weather
Nostalgia quiz. (Stereo)
Culinary game show.
Today's show is for dog lovers. Oprah Winfrey shows highlights from a selection of viewers' dog videos and offers advice from top obedience trainers.
Robert Carrier travels to Trinidad and Tobago, where he prepares fish in avocado sauce and plantation stew.
How climatic and agricultural changes create ideal conditions for locust swarms.
Captain Picard is under pressure when he is forced to relocate a group of American indians from the planet on which they have settled.
(Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6.00pm)
The Satyr. Buck is transformed into a goat-horned creature when he tries to rescue a woman and her son on an abandoned planet.
In the last in the series, Sohail Rahman reports on polygamy in Britain, a mainly Islamic practice which, accordingto American academic Philip Kilbride, could offer solutions to some of the nation's increasing social problems.
Tonight, East talks to men and women about their own personal experiences and beliefs, as they reveal the pleasures and pitfalls of polygamy. Producer Aaqil Ahmed ; Series producer
Third in the six-part series in which chef Gary Rhodes goes on a culinary tourofBritain.
Orkney. Gary Rhodes visits the Orkney Islands where he cooks ox-cheek stew with caramelised shallots and clapshot, a local favourite made from Orcadian swede and potato puree. To complete tonight's menu he prepares scallops with fennel salad, followed by a rhubarb and lemon sponge. Director/Producer Paul O'Connor
BBC BOOK: More Rhodes around Britain is available in hardback, price£ 15.99.
This week, Tessa Shaw looks at houses made from natural materials and discovers the practical, as well as aesthetic, qualities of environmentally friendly houses made of wood. Also tonight, designer Anne McKevitt shows how to recycle old junk to create stylish furniture, while the Walshes learn how to re pair the original Victorian tiled floor in their hall.
Series producer Simon Shaw ; Series editor
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Alan Titchmarsh introduces coverage of the world's most famous flower show. Including a look at designer gardens.
See today's choices.
(Shown again next Saturday)
Geoff Hamilton: page 36
Alan Titchmarsh's Choice: page 12
Third in the eight-part series, written and narrated by Richard Mabey , about the changing British countryside.
The Welsh Valleys - Out of the Ashes Tonight's programme visits the Rhondda Valley in Wales and examines the history of the region's old mining communities, its people, and their love-hate relationship with an environment polluted by a once thriving coal industry.
Producers Mike Birkhead and David W Rolfe
With Kirsty Wark.
American crime drama series.
Chapter 12. The Avedon trial is interrupted when Hoffman is told that his daughter has been abducted.
Followed by Weatherview
Presented by Andrew Neil.
12.30 The Eurovision Song Contest - Counting the Cost Rpt 65149 1.30
Making Medical Decisions - Assessing Chances
2.00 Primary Science BBC Focus
4.00 British Film Institute Revaluing Literacy Rpt 73656 4.30 United Nations - 50 Years of Activity 69878 5.00 Voluntary Sector
Television - How volunteering makes a difference, and making charity adverts work.
6.00 Modelling Planetary Motion 7819052 6.25 Easingthe Pain
7805859 6.50 Coping with Queues