With signing and subtitles.
Fun with the little cartoon car. Repeated at 1.00pm.
Cartoon about a mischievous koala.
Two animated tales of the small blue creatures.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1.
Sports and activities series.
Cartoon. SuperTed tries to rescue a gorilla.
Today, Spot goes to the farm.
Peggy helps a postman deliver the mail. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Sci-fi cartoon. (Rpt)
Animated adventures of the giant blue crimefighter.
A stranger tells Jeannie that he is Marty, reincarnated.
The story of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, Americans executed as spies in 1953.
(B/W and colour)
Live consumer news.
Animated adventures. Shown at 7.30am.
Is it still the corporate event it was in the eighties?
Investigating the causes of 1995's floods in the Yorkshire Dales
Talk show hosted by Andrew Neil.
(For details see Tuesday)
A look at life in the North York Moors National Park.
Culinary game show.
Oprah Winfrey asks if gay marriages should be made legal in America.
How galaxies change as they grow older.
(Shown on Sunday at 12.30am)
Lt Dax discovers a tiny but expanding universe that threatens to destroy the station.
This week's guest is rapper Ice-T. Plus, a report from the Bahamas on British funk outfit Freak Power.
(Repeated next Saturday on BBC1) (Stereo)
Tonight's edition asks why some men remain tied to their mother's apron strings. Esther Rantzen talks to such men, their mothers, fathers and partners.
Regional Variations (2)
Tonight, Freddy Rostand and Patricia Murphy visit Drusilla's Zoo near Eastbourne, to find out if it's good value for money. The Rankine family scours the charity shops for clothes for a wedding, while Jack Pizzey explores the canals of Basingstoke. Plus, advice on children's play schemes.
Another chance to see the six-part series in which chef Rick Stein shares the secrets of his seafood recipes. In this first programme he prepares a rich fish soup, a creamy crab Newburg and grey mullet in a spicy Tuscan sauce.
The heritage series returns with this first of nine programmes.
Tonight, Jack Charlton visits his childhood haunts in Northumberland, while Kirsty Wark looks at gasometers at London's King's Cross rail station.
See today's choices.
Simon Calder's in Northern Cyprus - the Turkish part of the island which, since partition, has seen its tourist industry badly affected although prices have barely risen. He finds an island that's become something of a walkers' paradise, an island of wild flowers where you trip over ruins rather than queue for them. With Penny Junor.
Last in the series which examines the impact of Europe on British politics.
John Major's deal at Maastricht causes dissent within the Conservative Party. Presented by Michael Elliott.
See today's choices.
Actor Brian Cox chooses a scene from Kieslowski's film Three Colours Blue.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
First of seven programmes for gay men, lesbians and interested others. This week, a report from the Mr Gay UK contest. Hosted by comedians Rhona Cameron and Bert Tyler Moore.
Followed by Weatherview
Another chance to see the documentary about Terry Major-Ball's whistle-stop tour around Europe, his first trip there since his National Service days in the fifties.
12.30 Out of Development?
1.00 British Car Transplants
1.30 Modern Art: Mondrian
FETV Short Cuts
2.00 Race Portrayal
4.00 Italia 2000
4.30 Sound Advice
5.00 Health and Safety at Work
5.30 The Adviser
6.00 Biology: The Breath of Life
6.25 Scenes from Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe
6.50 Global Firms, Shrinking Worlds