With signing and subtitles.
Animation about the little characters who live in fear of a witch called Gargamel.
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1. (Stereo) (Subtitled)
The story Dickens of a Mess, narrated by Su Pollard and Peter Hawkins. Repeated at 2.00pm. (Rpt)
Cartoon about the adventures of a forgetful frog. (Rpt) (Stereo)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.05 The Limit: Largest Plane
9.45 Writing and Pictures: The Circus
(ages 6-7) (Stereo)
Peggy visits a croft and introduces her friends to the farm animals. (Rpt) (Stereo)
10.25 Storytime: Grandad Pot
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)
10.40 Jeunes Francophones: Les Media
(ages 14-16) (Stereo)
11.05 Space Ark: Inside Plants
11.15 Landmarks Extra: Building and Builders - Bricks
11.35 Landmarks: Tudors and Stuarts - Charles I
(ages 9-12) (Subtitled)
12.00 Teaching Today: Helping Children with Reading Difficulties
Live consumer news.
1.00 Lifeschool: Scene: Loved Up: Part 1
(ages 14+) (Stereo)
1.25 Human Rights, Human Wrongs: Summary Executions
1.45 Numbertime: More or Less: Three Less
Narrated story. Shown at 8.20am.
The international talk show in which newsmakers and celebrities answer questions. Hosted by Andrew Neil.
(For details see Tuesday)
3.00 News; Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament.
3.55 News; Regional News and Weather
Live coverage from Edgbaston of England playing India in the final session of the opening day's play in the first Test.
In this Top Gear special Jeremy Clarkson finds living proof that the inspiration of racing car designer and manufacturer Enzo Ferrari is still alive.
(Postponed from last Wednesday)
Building the new bridge over the Severn Estuary, opened yesterday by the Prince of Wales, has been a considerable engineering feat. The toll bridge is the longest in the country; this documentary tells the story of the challenges faced during its four-year construction.
Regional Variations (2)
Presenter John Fletcher joins a group of city traders on a day out in Chatham, Kent, visiting the historic dockyard and trying watersports; former Blue Peter presenter Diane-Louise Jordan visits her "secret place"; and young reporter Chandra Ruegg attends a drama club with other children.
(Regional Programme: see variations below)
Series in which chef Rick Stein shares the secrets of his seafood recipes.
In this second programme, Rick hunts for razor shells, an ingredient for a clam chowder, and goes fishing with his son for mackerel in Padstow, Cornwall. In London, he prepares turbot in a hollandaise sauce with spinach for his school's Old Boys' Society banquet.
Tonight Kirsty Wark visits Wormwood Scrubs in west London to reveal a hidden heritage. Dame Thora Hird dances the night away at the Midland Hotel, built in 1933 in Morecambe, Lancashire. And Dan Cruickshank reviews the Georgian age and its town houses.
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Simon Calder goes to the exotic island of Zanzibar, off the coast of east Africa. He visits Zanzibar Town, where he discovers a mix of African, Arab and Persian architecture, follows the spice trail and explores the island's beaches. Presented by Penny Junor.
The Bafta award-winning team who made the original documentary series, shown last year, returns to Bosnia for a follow-up report on how the killing stopped. And, for the first time, the main participants at last November's Dayton peace talks in Ohio tell the inside story - of the clashes, the threatened walk-outs and how the US
President phoned Croatia's President Tudjman to save the talks. The agreement is still holding - just.
This documentary traces the events leading up to the Dayton peace talks in Ohio. For the first time, the main participants in the peace negotiations tell the inside story on how a resolution was met.
As his new film, From Dusk till Dawn, opens nationwide, young Hollywood director Robert Rodriguez gives a masterclass in how to make a first film on virtually nothing.
Followed by Designs of the Times: BBC Design Awards
A chance to review and vote for the products section entries.
(See yesterday's programme at 7.30pm for details)
With Peter Snow.
The magazine series for gay men, lesbians and interested others includes tonight a look at themed holidays. Hosted by comedians Rhona Cameron and Bert Tyler Moore.
Followed by Weatherview
With Trevor Phillips.
12.30 Brazilian Immigrants - In Search of Identity
1.00 Flight Simulators and Robots
1.30 Matisse and the Problem of Expression
FETV Short Cuts
4.00 Italia 2000
4.30 Royal Institution Discourse
5.30 The Adviser
6.00 Mammals in Water
6.25 The University of Salamanca
6.50 Santo Spirito: a Renaissance Church