7.15 Teletubbies: I Want to Be a Vet
A girl takes her rabbit to the vet.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
7.40 Smurfs' Adventures
8.05 Blue Peter
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
8.30 Oakie Doke
Animated stories of a woodland creature.
[END OF CHILDREN'S BBC]
8.45 The Record
Regional Variations (2)
The Welsh history series for children between 5 and 7 years old looks at Hedd Wyn and Laura Ashley.
The Teletubbies watch a boy dig for potatoes.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am)
10.30 Watch: Time Treasures
(ages 5-7) (Stereo)
10.45 Teaching Today: Primary Science
(ages 7-9) (Stereo)
11.35 History File: Nazi Germany
(ages 14-16) (Stereo)
With signing and subtitles.
(Shown Sunday 10.15am on BBC1) (Stereo)
The latest business news.
Animation about a magical bird.
How to achieve antique paint effects and create skies in watercolour.
Antiques game show.
Classroom performances by teenage musicians and poets.
Regional News and Weather
Return of the programme that presents live coverage of the day's business in Parliament.
Regional News and Weather
Real-life drama. Brian comes to terms with his son's death.
An update on this morning's show on BBC1.
Cookery challenge show.
Celebrity lifestyle show, with David Frost and Loyd Grossman.
Jill Dando and her audience discuss the subject of abortion, from a man's perspective.
Nostalgia quiz show.
Hilary angers Uncle Phil when she invites on to her show a juror he had dismissed from a case.
With a guest appearance from Jay Leno.
Drazic and Anita decide to live together, but realise they can't afford a flat.
Jamie Theakston and Jayne Middlemiss present the pop music show, which this week features Peter Andre performing his new single, an interview with Ian McCulloch of Echo and the Bunnymen and Soul II Soul's video for their new single.
Return of the series made by disabled people but aimed at everyone and featuring topical stories and analysis of disabled issues. This week, why a new centre for the study of genetics is causing concern among disabled people, a look at the way disabled people were portrayed in the wake of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, and what life is like for disabled British expatriates. Mik Scarlet launches a campaign against people who wrongly take orange-badge parking spaces.
For the party season, Delia prepares blinis with smoked salmon, lamb braised in Beaujolais, fallen chocolate souffle and tiramisu.
Last in the series.
The final programme in the series focuses on men, and Lowri Turner travels to Milan to assess Italian style. Plus tips on how men can look taller or slimmer by the way they dress and the top ten turn-offs. John Gustaffson gives Matt Lorenzo some shaving and skincare tips. Series producer Jeanine Josman ; Editor
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Return of the series featuring interviews and archive material illustrating real events in history.
Forty years ago a war movie created a legend. Timewatch now tells the story of Lieutenant Colonel Toosey, the British officer in Burma whose job it was to supply the Japanese with a workforce to build the bridge - which still exists. His tale is told with the help of tapes that recount his experiences and through the letters he exchanged with his Japanese captor after the war.
First of a six-part series in which top bosses spend a week on their companies' shop floors.
Millionaire Terry Brown, founding director of tour operator Unijet, spends a week in Tenerife as one of his own holiday reps.
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The first of six films exploring different aspects of friendship.
A profile of two men who play in rival Yorkshire town brass bands, but who have been friends for 30 years.
With Kirsty Wark.
Romance spurs George to join a church.
Hank is confronted with a compromising video.
Political chat show, chaired by Janet Street-Porter
Followed by Weatherview
12.30 The Making of...: Simon Callow
More works from film-school graduates
4.00 The French Experience: Programmes 9-12
Business and Training
5.00 TV Files: Programme 1
5.30 TV Files: Programme 2
6.00 The Location Problem
6.30-7.00am Groupware - So What?