Programme Index

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7.15 Teletubbies: Digging in the Sand
A group of children search for worms.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)

7.40 Smurfs' Adventures
Animation.
(Repeat)

8.05 Blue Peter
Children's magazine.
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)

8.30 Mouse and Mole
Cartoon. Mole plans a feast.
(Repeat)

8.35 Johnson and Friends
Toy adventures.
(Repeat) (Stereo)

[End of Children's BBC Breakfast]

8.45 The Record
Parliamentary update.

Next Tuesday New York elects a new mayor, and next year London seems sure to follow. But what happens when big cities get big politicians?
Shaun Ley reports from America on power, patronage and the impact of personality on politics.
(Regional Programme: see variations in panel on left)

Contributors

Reporter:
Shaun Ley
Producer:
Neill Angier
Executive Producer:
John Samson

A consumer programme for parents of schoolchildren. Many teachers will not physically restrain disruptive pupils for fear of being branded a bully or an abuser, but new guidelines will offer them more freedom to discipline unruly children. Will the result be less classroom violence - or more? With Carol Vorderman and Martin Bashir.

Contributors

Presenter:
Carol Vorderman
Presenter:
Martin Bashir
Executive Producer:
Mark Wakefield
Series Producer:
Sandy Smith

The A Class is Mercedes's first entry into the crowded small car market. Flouting conventional ideas of small-car design by enlarging the cabin space, it looks to set new standards for the supermini. Jeremy Clarkson tests what could be the most important car for a generation.
(Top Gear Motorsport tomorrow at 7.30pm)
BBC Top Gear Magazine: is available from newsagents

Contributors

Presenter:
Jeremy Clarkson
Producer:
John Wilcox
Editor:
Jon Bentley

First of three programmes about the scientists and others who have become explorers at the earth's final frontier.

Antarctica is the only place on the planet left to colonise, but as people settle they need to adapt to the world's most punishing environment. The human pioneers have the basic technology to survive, but to live long-term they need to learn from the animals that have evolved there. See today's choices.

Land of the Big Freeze: page 7

Contributors

Producer:
Kate O'Sullivan
Series Editor:
John Lynch

12.30am The Making of...: Simon Callow
Why did the actor choose such a precarious profession?

Talent
12.35 Education
Four documentaries from film-school graduates; last in the series
1.30 Media Studies: A Survivor's Guide

Further Education
2.00 Media and Communications

Teaching Film and Media
4.00 Film Education: The Making of Balto
4.30 Film Education: Moviephile

Teacher Training
5.00 English Heritage: Ticket to the Past
5.30 English Heritage: Visitor Management

Social Sciences
6.00 Modelling in the Money Markets
6.30-7.00am England's Green and Pleasant Land

Learning Zone Guide: [number removed]

Contributors

Presenter (The Making of...):
Simon Callow

BBC Two England

About BBC Two

BBC Two is a lively channel of depth and substance, carrying a range of knowledge-building programming complemented by great drama, comedy and arts.

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This data is drawn from the Radio Times magazine between 1923 and 2009. It shows what was scheduled to be broadcast, meaning it was subject to change and may not be accurate. More