Funny Lady tells the story of a naughty cloud.
(Shown last Friday)
Cartoon fun with the rodent spy.
(Shown last Friday on BBC1) (Subtitled)
Animated double bill.
(First shown on ITV)
The adventures of Polkaroo and his friends.
Romuald has to model his mum's knitwear.
(Repeated at 1pm) (Repeat)
(Note: repeats are not indicated)
9.00 Space Ark
9.10 Short Circuit
9.30 Writing and Pictures: The Wolf
The Tubbies watch a girl take her rabbit to the vet.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am) (Repeat)
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10.30 Words and Pictures: Katie Morag and the Tiresome Ted
10.45 Cats' Eyes: Forces
11.00 Look and Read: The Legend of the Lost Keys - Kidnap
11.20 Zig Zag: Weather - Seasons
(ages 9-11) (Subtitled)
12.05 History File
A daily look at consumer news.
(Shown at 8.50am)
Caroline Righton raids the BBC archives for the best in travel, food and wine from Provence and the Cote d'Azur.
Mireille Johnston begins a Cook's Tour of France.
Boxing legend Henry Cooper talks to Eamonn Holmes about his life.
Soccer memories. Garth Crooks meets former England striker Mick Channon.
(Next edition Friday at 2.45pm)
Writer Kathy Lette describes a pivotal moment in her life.
A profile of the South African home of the black Wildebeest.
Romantic drama starring
Jason Robards , Eva Marie Saint
Nebraska in the 1890s: when orphaned
Jimmy Burden comes to live with his grandparents, he also meets immigrant Antonia, and a relationship develops. Director Joseph Sargent (1995, PG)
* See Films: pages 56-62
Bart and Lisa spend six weeks at Kamp Krusty.
A double bill is on Friday at 6pm.
Pop videos are put to the test.
(Revised repeat of item in Saturday's Live and Kicking)
Jeremy Clarkson presents a profile of the Aston Martin company and drives some of its finest cars, including the DB5 used in the film Goldeneye.
The first of eight special Ski Sunday programmes featuring live coverage of the world championships from Vail, Colorado. It is ten years since the resort last hosted the event and, with 400 athletes from 50 nations taking part, it promises to be an exciting fortnight.
The women's super-G opens the action, with Italy's Isolda Kostner set to defend her title from two years ago. Austria's Alexandra Meissnitzer will, however, begin as favourite.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine, with studio guest Graham Bell and commentary by Matt Chilton and Martin Bell.
(Further coverage can be seen tomorrow at 7.20pm)
Guest chef Aldo Zilli prepares pappardelle with duck ragout and Antony Worral Thompson bakes panna cotte with rhubarb compote. Oz Clarke assists with the wine-cup challenge as competingteams taste the Shiraz grape. With Chris Kelly and JillyGoolden. See today's choices. Series producer Elaine Bancroft ; Executive producer Tim Hincks Repeated on Saturday Digitalwidescreen WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/foodanddrink E-MAIL: Food&Drink@Bazal.com
The news analysis programme. Presented by David Aaronovitch.
In November 1974, young singer/songwriter Nick Drake was found dead in his bedroom, having just released his third album.
Twenty-five years later, Drake has become a cult figure, yet he remains an enigma. Family, friends and fans help with this look at who he was and what made him an extraordinary musician.
Followed by Weatherview
Parliamentary analysis. With Steve Richards.
(Repeats are not indicated)
12.30 A Different Way of Learning
1.00 Mosaico Hispanico
1.30 Picturing the Genders
4.00 The French Experience 5-8
Business and Training
5.00 Skills for Work
5.45 Serjeant Musgrave at the Court
6.10 The Encyclopedie
6.35-7.00am Ouverture: Dimancheen Anjou