7.30 Puppet series. Repeat .
A visit to the Tent Stop.
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Household junk is transformed into something special. Repeat
Nerys H ughes reads
The Wrestling Princess byJudyCorbalis.
Animation. The pets invent new ways of escaping their owners and returning to
Elwood Funk 's Shop. Stereo ...........
Of an arachnid. Repeat
Animation about an ancient mask. Repeat Stereo
Comedy-drama set on the Australian island of Circe. The friends take matters intotheirown hands.
The series from 1988.
Helen fails to amuse Mr Bronson and Gonch enlists Ziggy and Robbie for yet another get-rich-quick scheme.
MrBronson MICHAELSHEARD, Helen RUTH CARRAWAY , Ziggy GEORGE CHRISTOPHER. Robbie Wright JOHN ALFORD, Gonch JOHN MCMAHON
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Last in the sci-fi drama series. Eve is programmed and Dinah has begun her quest to help Lloyd. Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Bafta Award-winning camcorder show made by children. Today's reports come from Durham and vary from a look at life in a secure unit for child offenders to a 12-year-old's farewell to her friends and favourite places in the city as she moves to a new home.
Guest panellists on the game show are comedian Tim Brooke-Taylor , singers
Belinda Carlisle and Reg Presley and The Sunday Show's Dennis Pennis.
Shown last Friday Stereo Subtitled ...........
Madcap magazine show featuring showbiz scandal, pop gossip and football chat. Introduced by Donna McPhail with Paul Tonkinson and Jenny Ross.
Music show, presented by Jayne Middlemiss and Jamie Theakston. This week,
Mark Owen talks about life since the Take That split, his new single and first solo album.
Political events as they affect the South
East. Presented by Jon Sopel. Stereo. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
T Rex Exposed
This programme examines the mystique that surrounds dinosaurs with a visit to
Montana in the United States, where the first almost complete tyrannosaurus rex skeleton everfound has been unearthed.
Coverage of the World Cup final from Bangkok, Thailand. Scotland are favourites to win the title and their strongest challenge should come from second seeds England. Introduced by David Vine with John Virgo.
Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Peter Allden
International and domestic action from this weekend's fixtures, including highlights from Murrayfield where
Scotland play Australia. Plus action from the Division One games, including London Irish against local rivals Wasps. Editor Gerard Lane Stereo. ....
The World in a Wood
For more than 50 years biologists from Oxford
University have been studyingthe beautiful English woodland of Wytham, in Oxfordshire. Using the latest technology, they have uncovered the subtle but fascinating links between all the wood's animals and plants. See today's choices.
Producers John and Man/Lou Aitchison, Nick Upton Series producer Neil Nightingale
An away team searching for a new transuranic element stumbles on some decomposing bodies. Then Harry Kim is lost in transit, caught in a sub-space vacuole.
(Star Trek: the Next Generation, Wednesday at 6pm)
Regional Variations (2)
Robert Hughes on how America was shaped by Europeans - Spaniards in the south west, Pilgrims in the north east and struggling cavaliers in Virginia. Show more
Since the Napoleonic conflicts, prisoners of war have passed the long hours by creating extraordinary and sometimes exquisite objects. Lucinda Lambton uncovers some of these strange creations.
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The Wine Revolution
In recent years the ranks oftraditional wine-making countries, such as France and Italy, have been augmented by less obvious producers: Chile, Australia and New Zealand. One of the people leading this multi-billion-pound wine revolution is a Briton and he is so successful at devising mass-production techniques that even the French have called him in for advice. Butwhilethe "new world" wines now on sale have proved popular with the consumer, traditionalists claim that they are made to bland uniform standards and that the whole nature of wine making is under threat. Presented by Donald MacCormick.
American comedy star Jon Stewart plays host in New York to four celebrity guests from both sides of the Atlantic. Director Don McSorley ; Producer Sarah Smith
This morning the Queen laid a wreath of red poppies at the Cenotaph on behalf of the nation. Tom Fleming describes the scene which concluded with the march past of over 10,000 former servicemen and women, organised by the Royal British Legion.
Another chance to see the first in a four-part adaptation of lain Banks's darkly-humorous novel. Starring Joseph McFadden
Bill Paterson , Peter Capaldi
Prentice. Prentice McHoan returns to his hometown for his grandmother's funeral. All the immediate family attend except one - Uncle Rory.
Shown last Monday Stereo Subtitled .......
Highlights of the World Cup final from Bangkok, Thailand. Introduced by David Vine with John Virgo.
RitaTushingham Ray Brooks , Michael Crawford
Tolen has "the knack" and is always surrounded by beautiful women. Colin, a schoolteacher who shares a house with Tolen, hasn'tgot it. But the arrival of Nancy, wide-eyed and innocent, offers the perfect opportunity for him to learn the secrets of seduction.
Nancy Jones RITATUSHINGHAM, Tolen RAY
BROOKS. Colin MICHAEL CRAWFORD. Tom DONAL
DONNELLY, Tom's landlady DANDY NICHOLS Director Richard Lester (1965)
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4.00Suenos World Spanish
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6.00 Powers of the President
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