A signal tells the Teletubbies when to stop and go.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
Puppet fun with toys that come alive.
Events in Parliament.
The Tubbies watch two boys feeding a calf.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.15am) (Repeat) (Stereo)
10.45 Science Zone
11.05 Space Ark
11.35 History File
With signing and in-vision subtitles.
(Shown Sunday at 10.15am, BBC1) (Stereo)
(Ceefax: page 238)
Sam rescues James and Sarah's flyaway kite.
Featuring a woman who models her life on the fifties, a visit to a golf course, and the art of sculpting clay. Today's challenge is to learn how to sing.
Action Pack: send cheque for Â£5. payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]. Credit card hotline: [number removed]. Calls charged at the national rate.
Actors Liza Goddard and Robert Duncan join presenter Stuart Hall for the last in the current series.
The series detailing key news stories in history focuses on 6 May 1937, the day of the Hindenburg disaster.
Regional News and Weather
Live coverage of the day's business in Parliament.
Anne Mackenzie 's TV dinner: page 40
Regional News and Weather
More hints and tips for experts and novices in the garden.
Celebrity lifestyle show. presented by David Frost.
Presented by Fern Britton.
Guest host Emma Forbes meets people who have dangerous jobs, including RAF pilot John Peters, held captive during the Gulf War, and Dave Kennett, coxswain with the RNLI for 20 years.
Presented by Martyn Lewis.
Carlton buys horse at the races, and Ashley enjoys a winning streak, leaving her with the promise of a place at drama school.
Ryan gets deeper into the drugs scene as Mario persuades him to become a dealer. Nikki wins a singing contest on the radio.
The pop magazine takes a behind-the-scenes look at Janet Jackson's new video I Get Lonely in Los Angeles and interviews the singer about her childhood, family, relationships and sexuality. With Jamie Theakston, Jayne Middlemiss.
The series about disabled issues talks to a woman who, having claimed to be disabled, was caught on video out of her wheelchair, plus a look at whether people with asthma are dissuaded from going into pubs by the smoky atmosphere.
The medical magazine looks at amniocentesis, the screening procedure routinely carried out during pregnancy to test for Down's syndrome, and asks if it is always performed safely.
Plus an investigation into testicular cancer, and news of how injections of grass pollen can help hayfever sufferers.
Presented by Dr Phil Hammond and Donna Bernard.
Ceefax: page 617
Dr Mark Porter: page 45
Culinary magazine programme presented by Chris Kelly.
AntonyWorrall Thompson cooks a tart with a topping of potato, onion and rocket, and another with tomato, onion and basil. OzClarkeandJilly
Goolden taste English ciders and Michael Barry rediscovers an old favourite - beetroot.
Producer Moyra Rose ; Series producer
HAVING IT ALL
A major season on the theme of women, family and work begins with this look at the progress of four working women in their late thirties who have decided that the time for motherhood is nigh. See today's choices.
Booklet: send a cheque for Â£3 made payable to BBC Education to [address removed]
See PollyToynbee: page 10
Children's presenter Johnny Ball and his daughter, Radio 1 DJ Zoe, recall the difficult period of her adolescent years.
(Shifting Times is on Thursday at 8pm)
Third in a six-part comedy-drama from Simon Nye, starring Dylan Moran, Charlotte Coleman
Ian seeks revenge when nude photos of him with Lisa are circulated in the village.
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Jerry resents the fact his date was once dumped by Newman.
Larry finds a series of harsh reviews hard to handle.
Followed by Weatherview
Note: repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Seeing through Maths
1.00 Hackers, Crackers and Worms
1.30 With Complements from Heidelberg
4.00 Deutsch Plus 1-4
Business and Training
5.00 Career Moves
5.45 Environmental Control in the North Sea
6.10 Working with Systems Diagrams
6.35-7.00am Groupware: So What?