Animation. Repeated at 8.50am. (Repeat)
Some children learn about the colour yellow. Shown yesterday at 10am.
Featuring a visit to New Zealand. Shown yesterday 4.35pm BBC1
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1
Animation. First shown on ITV.
Further adventures in the world filled with spots.
Animation. Shown at 7am.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Environment: It's Our World... and I'm Worried (ages 12-14) 4681647
9.10 What? Where? When? Why?: Science - Hot and Cold (ages 6-7) 4786291
9.25 The Art: The Art of Recycling (ages 11-16) 4424960
9.45 Words and Pictures: The Tusk Fairy (ages 5-7)
Ways of looking at and using recycling to create art. Artists see beauty in rubbish & transform discarded objects into sculptures, figurative pieces and new 3 D forms.
The Tubbies watch two girls decorate a pot. Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am. (Repeat)
10.30 Numbertime: Side by Side (ages 4-6)
10.45 Cats' Eyes: Electricity (ages 5-7)
11.00 Around Scotland: The Year of the Prince - Civil War (ages 10-12)
11.20 The Geography Programme: Investigating Europe - from Textiles to TGV (ages 11-13)
11.40 Science in Action: Mirrors (ages 11-14)
12.00 Revista: El Cuerpo (ages 11-14)
12.15 Hallo aus Berlin: Schule (ages 11-13)
Business and consumer news.......
Car adventures. (Repeat)
Caroline Righton explores the food, wine, history and culture of the Italian Riviera and the city of Bologna. Repeat .. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
Highlights of the first round's concluding matches in the ATPtournament.
Commentary by John Barrett , Chris Baiiey , Mark Cox and Bill Threlfall ........
and Regional News
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, live from the House of Commons.
Editor Alexandra Henderson
and Regional News
Kaye Adams and herguests share more problems and hear expert advice.
Cookery challenge. Subtitled ......
Esther Rantzen talks to people obsessed Withtheircars. Repeat Subtitled ..
Nostalgia quiz. Subtitled .............
Appeal on behalf of the charity War on Want. For donation details see Sunday at 4.50pm on BBC1
Cost of Living. Troi's mother, Lwaxana, decides to hold her wedding on the Enterprise.
Repeat Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, tomorrow 6pm
American fantasy drama series starring Sarah Michelle Gellar. Willow scans a medieval book containing an imprisoned demon into the school computer.
Followed by Five Go Mad in the Kitchen
A recipe for Comic Relief.
Shown Sunday 7.15pm, BBC1
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Regional Variations (2)
Sophie uses thyme to transform seared chicken, and combines rosemary with chocolate in an extraordinary pudding. She also makes real sage and onion stuffing.
The series that unearths the secrets of ordinary homes visits a chemist's in Sedbergh,
Cumbria, where presenter Juliet Morris and experts Judith Miller and Mac Dowdy investigate tales that Bonnie Prince Charlie hid there in 1745. But in a final twist it seems the buildinggoes back much furtherthan was thought. DirectorTim Dunn : Series editor
Tonight's focus in the fashion and beauty series is on natural products, new-age living and achieving an inner calm to match a new, non-crease wardrobe. Plus what ten items should every woman have in her wardrobe for the new millennium?
Presented by Lowri Turner.
Executive producer JeanineJosman.3453 BBC BOOK: LookingGood, price £9.99, is available from retailers
A Modern Times documentary. Once book-making was seen as virtually a licence to print money but now small-time, independent bookies, like Londoner Barry Dennis , are finding the going rough as they are gradually squeezed out of business by faceless, corporate giants. See today's choices.
Directors Robert Davis and Alastair Cook
Series editor Alex Holmes
A six-part series following bosses on the roller-coaster ride of big business.
The Kinky Boot Factory. For four generations the Patemans have been makingtraditional men's footwear, but a strong pound and cheap imports have taken customers away.
Steve Pateman has convinced his fatherthat thigh-length boots and high-heel shoes for men is the answer and the 100-year-old Northamptonshire company must get enough orders by Christmas - or face closure.
ProducerMichele Kurland ; Series producer Sue Bourne
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Then Video Nation Shorts Subtitled
News analysis, presented by David Aaronovitch.
A compilation from the first series of the experimental sketch show, featuring Ricky Grover and Ronnie Ancona.
Series producers Phil Clarke and Karen Rosie ..........................
Greetings from Beirut. Achild sells postcards of his hometown before it was devastated by war. Narrated by Paul McGann. Director David Daniels ; Producer
Charlie Druce Repeat
Followed by Weatherview
Anne Mackenzie reports on Prime Minister's Questions and other business in Parliament.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Home and Away
1.00 Looking Glass World
1.30 Our Invisible Sun Summed
2.00 Special Needs Landmarks: the Caribbean and Coping with the Climate, 2
4.00 Italianissimo 13-16- Italian for beginners.
BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 RCN Nursing Updates - Unit 08 7: Clinical Effectiveness: What's the Evidence?
5.45 The Sunbaskers 9864125
6.10 Therapies on Trial (Subtitled) 1346854
6.35-7.00am Health and Disease in Zimbabwe - challenges for the country.