A look at the animals and plants of the Arizona desert.
Animation. Penny conjures up some ghosts. (Repeat)
Hogwyn Hare gets more than he bargained for after taking some cake.
Tinky Winky makes some Tubby toast, but Noo-noo hoovers it all up.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.10 What? Where? When? Why?
Autumn Changes (ages 6-7) 3899710 9.25 English Express (ages
9-11) Stereo 7434159 9.45 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7)
Po and TinkyWinky count nine flowers that have appeared in Teletubbyland.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am
10.30 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Shapes-Squares Stereo 6045449 10.45 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Types of Materials - Sorting Stereo 6033604 11.00 Around
Scotland (ages 10-12) Bruce's Scotland Stereo 5645772 11.20 The Geography Programme (ages 14-16) South Africa
2000: People on the Move Stereo 6614975 11.40 Revista(ages 11-14)
FamiliayAnimales Stereo 9629710 11.55 Quinze Minutes Plus (ages 11-13) En
Ville Stereo 9788046 12.10 Isabel (ages 14-16) El Aniversario
News for consumers. Stereo ..........
Noddy keeps losing things while out driving. (Repeat) (Stereo)
The series promoting outdoor pursuits around the British countryside travels to the counties of Devon and Cornwall.
Presented by Bob Langley.
Jon Sopel and Diana Madill present further coverage from the Brighton conference. The issues raised by today's debates will be discussed in Conference
Today's guests on the antiques quiz are expert Lars Tharp , and Linda Barker and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen from Changing Rooms. With Stuart Hall. Stereo.
Esther Rantzen talks to do-it-yourself fanatics who, literally, have brought the house down. Herguests include author Shirley Conran and home-improvement expertHarryGreen. Repeat
Nostalgia news quiz.
When the ship's archaeologist is killed on a mission led by Lieutenant Worf, the Klingon feels responsible for the son she left behind.
(Repeat) (Stereo) (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tomorrow, 6pm)
Andrew Neil summarises events at the Labour Party conference in Brighton, plus a phone-in for viewers to question politicians.
FordetailsseeMonday Stereo ..
The series examining the appeal of William Shakespeare 's plays. It's a Family Affair. The themes of discord and misunderstanding that Shakespeare felt were integral to family life found expression in King Lear. Celia Imrie , Fiona Shaw and Kenneth Cranham explore the reasons that account forthe play's popularity after 400 years.
Producer TonyCoe Stereo Subtitled ....88 CEEFAX: page WEBSITE: www.open.ac.uk/bbc2/shakespeare/ BROCHURE HOTLINE:
As a collection that includes carousel figures of lions and horses goes underthe hammer, Tim Wonnacott discovers the allure of fairground art. Francine Stockfinds out why vintage gun owners fearforthe future of their trade. And John Walters meets enthusiasts with a passion for Elvis memorabilia, including collector Vince Everett. who keeps his valuable items in a vault. Plus David Dickinson with the guide to buying antique brass and iron beds, and handy hints in Tricks of the Trade.
Series director Tracy Jeune ; Series producer Mark Hill
With Jeremy Paxman and Gordon Brewer. subtitled...
Boo! In the third of a six-part series by disabled film-makers, a woman with Aids, a mother who uses herfeet as hands and a Thalidomide darts player explain whytheyfeel part of society and not excluded from it. Producer David Hevey : Series editor
Personal reflections on 20th-century architecture. Architect Philip Johnson enthuses about New York's
Grand Central Terminal.
Producer Ruth Rosenthal
Director Sandra Goldbacher Postponed from 3 September
Followed by Weatherview
Colour of Naught. Duckman's archenemy, King Chicken, plots to destroy the city.
12.30 Seal Secrets Rpt 86395 1.00 Seismology at Work Rpt 89685 1.30 Seeing with Electrons
2.00 Teaching Today
4.00 Understanding Dyslexia-programme two
4.30 Understanding Dyslexia-programme three
5.00 RCN Nursing Update Unit 73 - MRSA "overcoming resistance" Rpt 48840 5.30 RCN Nursing
Update Unit 74- Heart Health-Primary Prevention 63573
6.25 Restoring the Balance 2220444 6.50-7.15am Polar