7.30 Smurfs' Adventures
Animated antics with the little creatures.
7.55 Blue Peter
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
8.20 Johnson and Friends
8.30 Mouse and Mole
Animation. Mouse and Mole find a way to make unexpected things happen.
8.35 Teletubbies: Numbers - Nine
Nine flowers suddenly appear in Teletubbyland.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
Animated fun for children.
(Note: repeats are not indicated)
9.10 Numbertime: Number Two
(ages 4-6) (Stereo)
9.25 Megamaths: Tables - Five Times
(ages 7-9) (Subtitled)
9.45 Come Outside: Potato Crisps
The Teletubbies watch children who live on an island and sail to school.
(Repeated tomorrow at 8.35am)
10.30 Storytime: The Gingerbread Man
(ages 4-5) (Stereo)
10.45 The Experimenter: People - What's the Sense?
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)
11.05 Space Ark: People - How Life Begins
(ages 7-11) (Stereo)
11.15 Zig Zag: Geography UK - a River in Scotland
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)
11.35 English File: Shakespeare Shorts - Julius Caesar
(ages 11-16) (Stereo)
11.55 Lifeschool: B is for Body
(ages 14+) (Stereo)
12.20 Showcase: Secondary Preview
Cartoon. Barney auditions for a television show.
Animation. When things go wrong, somehow Monty always seems to get the blame.
The series about the British countryside looks at the wildlife to be found in Derbyshire and the Peak District.
Presented by Bob Langley.
Live coverage from the Labour Party's conference in Brighton. Conference Talk is at 6.45pm.
Regional News and Weather
The cookery challenge show, presented by Fern Britton.
Antiques game show. Today's celebrity guests are actors David Rintoul and Roger Lloyd Pack.
Many people imagine a headache to be a brain tumour or a cough to be lung cancer. Today's guests are people who visit the doctor every week, but are they really ill or hypochondriacs?
Historical news quiz.
Sisko finds himself lured into a trap in an alternate universe after the double of Jake's dead mother arrives on Deep Space Nine.
(Star Trek is tomorrow at 6pm)
An overview of the day's debates at the Labour Party's annual conference in Brighton. Plus a live phone-in in which viewers can question politicians. Presented by Andrew Neil
(For details see Monday)
The series that looks at how history has shaped current news stories. As the Labour Party conference comes to a close, journalist Anne McElvoy accuses New Labour of intellectual dishonesty in still maintaining that it has anything in common with its past. Her film is set in her native North East, which is both the heartland of Old Labour and the birthplace, in Tony Blair's Sedgefield constituency, of New Labour, which McElvoy believes is no longer committed to the ideals of the Labour movement.
Presented by Mark Urban.
The series looking at aviation through the eyes of pilots and passengers concludes with a look into the next century at the developments that will take aviation into the future. And will
Fenella George finally manage to undertake a solo flight?
Presented by Hazel Irvine , with Robert Elms and Julian Tutt.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver
For those who cannot wait six months for the brand new BMW 5 Series or who feel that buying a German car is just following the executive herd, the Saab 9-5 could be just the answer. The 9-5 replaces the ageing 9000, a model that failed to make a big impact against tough German opposition. Jeremy Clarkson goes for a test drive to see if this new Saab has got what it takes.
(Top Gear Motorsport tomorrow 7.30pm)
Dick tries to force his secretary Nina to cancel her blind date and work overtime. Annoyed by his attitude. Nina resigns and Dick is forced to hire Harry instead.
Regional Variations (2)
The story of the British mathematician Andrew Wiles and his bid to find proof for Fermat's last theorem, which has taxed mathematicians since the 17th century. Show more
The series of films from new directors continues with Mike Kelly's film, which mixes live action with stills and animation, about Lorna, who is convinced that her mother has been abducted by aliens.
Then Video Nation Shorts
With Jeremy Paxman at the Labour Party conference in Brighton and Gordon Brewer in the Studio.
Mark Lawson is joined in the studio by cultural commentators Allison Pearson and Tom Paulin to discuss and dissect some of the week's highs and lows.
Followed by Weatherview
Last of the animated comedies.
Duckman decides to do his best to cash in on his sleazy, seedy image.
(Postponed from 9 September)
12.30 The Effective Manager
1.00 LA: City of the Future
2.00 Travel and Tourism
4.00 French on a Plate
Business and Work
5.00 Business Language Special
6.00 Social Problems and Social Welfare Course Review
6.25 Strategies for Survival
6.50-7.15am Bulls, Bears and China Shops
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