Cornwall's lost seals and tips on how to be a wildlife cameraman.
The chef needs food for his cookery class.
The story of the lion and the mouse.
Po spills her Tubby Custard, and joins her friends to watch some ice skating.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
The Hendersons get help from a popular talk-show host when Harry is impounded by a heartless animal controller.
The Prisoner of Mongo. Flash learns
Azura's secret but isthen captured by the Tree People. Black and white Repeat
Zog pursues Rocky and Mitch when he discovers they have his flying saucer blueprints.
(Black and white) (Repeat)
Tom and Jerry. Repeat Stereo......
10.OOTeletubbies Josie'sPots. The
Teletubbies watch two girls decorate a pot. Repeatedtomorrowat8.35am
More features and analysis on aspects of consumer news and personal finance issues. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
(Update at 1pm)
Further live coverage from Brighton as Foreign Secretary Robin Cook delivers his speech to the TUC conference. Introduced by Diana Madill.
Coverage continues at 2.10pm. (Stereo)
Further news from the workplace and updates on issues of importance to consumers. With Adrian Chiles.
How to improve a stairway, plus a look at modern jewellery.
This afternoon's agenda at the TUC conference includes debates on equality and health. Presented by Diana Madill.
(TUC Online: details on Monday)
Regional News and Weather
More against-the-clock cookery. Presented by Fern Britton.
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Antiques quiz hosted by Stuart Hall, with Lars Tharp plus actors Tony O'Callaghan and Sheila Hancock.
Esther Rantzen's guest is Gervase Phinn, a Yorkshire school inspector who has a strong rapport with children and a gift for storytelling.
News quiz with Martyn Lewis.
A hostile nation informs the Enterprise that it will begin wiping out a colony of humans illegally settled on planet Tau Cygna Five in a matter of days.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Subtitled)
(Star Trek: Deep Space Nine continues tomorrow at 6pm)
Continuing the sci-fi series.
The Sliders arrive on a parallel Earth where antibiotics were never discovered and a virus threatens the population.
(Sliders continues tomorrow at 6.45pm)
A six-part series examining why William Shakespeare 's plays have proved irresistible to actors and audiences alike for more than four centuries.
A Kind of Magic. In a modern age of blockbuster films, how does the stage director succeed in communicating the Bard's magic to audiences weaned on elaborate special effects?
Different productions of A
Midsummer Night's Dream, including Peter Brook 's version from 1970, show how they have achieved the feat.
Producer Jenny Bardwell
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Jeremy Paxman returns to ask the questions on the college quiz. This week Edinburgh University take on Jesus College, Cambridge.
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Comedian Bob Monkhouse oversees a guided tour around Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, where he made films in the late fifties.
Lucinda Lambton looks around
Chastleton House, a Jacobean manor in Oxfordshire reopening after a lengthy restoration. And Kirsty Wark explores the mausoleums of the aristocracy. Series editor Basil Comely
Regional Variations (2)
Documentary series examining how Hitler came to power. By January 1933, Germany had voted for a chancellor who was openly opposed to democracy. Show more
The second of the updated
four-part series first shown ten years ago catches up with more candidates forthe Royal
Marines' elite Mountain and Arctic Warfare Cad re. Sent to a remote Hebridean island, they were stripped, searched and told to survive off the land.
Narrated by Ian Wooldridge.
Producer Michael Begg Revised repeat
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Current-affairs programme, with Gordon Brewer.
Easy Riders. The series about young people's employment experiences profiles a motorcycle courierwho rejects a lucrative city career for the freedom of the open road, and a young man who risks his life every day on a wall of death.
Director Sara Brailsford Stereo .
Tonight's soul music selection features Al Green and Luther Vandross.
Followed by Weatherview
Days of Whining and Neurosis Duckman goes undercoverto probe death threats against a doctor.
12.30 The Big Picture
1.00 The Chemistry ofaForest 11324 1.30 Conservation v
2.00 DiscoveringArt Collections 3
4.00 Understanding Dyslexia - programme 1
4.30 Understanding Dyslexia -programme 2
5.00 Understanding Dyslexia A Teacher's Guide Rpt 78121 5.30 So You Want to Work in Social
6.00 Problems with Water 4833527 6.25 Plant Growth
6.50-7.15am The Regulation of Flowering
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