Programme Index

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7.00 Polka Dot Shorts
Tales about Polkaroo and his friends

7.10 The Silver Brumby
Animation. (Repeat)

7.30 Inch High Private Eye
Miniature detective capers.
(Repeat)

7.55 The Bots Master
Cartoon.
(Repeat)

8.20 Buried Treasure
More contestants take part in the children's game show.
(First shown in Fully Booked)

8.40 Blue Peter
A feature on elephants.
(Shown yesterday 5.10pm BBC1)

9.10 Goober and the Ghost Chasers
Cartoon.
(Repeat)

9.35 Student Bodies
Teen sitcom, combining live action and animation, about pupils who create a comic book.
(Repeat)

10.00 Teletubbies: Painting Easter Eggs
Some children paint pictures on eggs.
(Repeat)

Disney comedy starring
Peter Ustinov
A pirate's spirit is doomed to walk the Earth until he performs a good act. bo ne decides to help prevent gangsters turning his descendants' hotel into a casino.
Director Robert Stevenson (1968, U)
♦ See Films: pages 52-61 ***

Contributors

Unknown:
Peter Ustinov
Director:
Robert Stevenson
Captain Blackbeard:
Peter Ustinov
Steve Walker:
Dean Jones
Jo Anne Baker:
Suzanne Pleshette
Emily Stowecroft:
Elsa Lanchester
Silky Seymour:
Joby Baker
Dean Wheaton:
Richard Deacon

The latest showbiz news and celebrity gossip, with guest presenter Louise. Boy band review the latest videos.
(Repeated on Saturday during Live and Kicking)

Contributors

Presenter:
Louise [Louise Redknapp]
Producer:
Jennifer Chatham
Executive Producer:
Chris Bellinger

Following some of Britain's most talented design graduates as they launch their careers. Graphic designer Sophie Dickinson is recruited by Empire Design to come up with ideas for film posters. Her big break comes when she works on promotional material for A Bug's Life. However, she finds the client's creative guidelines restrictive and the demands of the job are extremely tough.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Subject:
Sophie Dickinson
Director:
Flavia Rittner
Series Producer:
Tim Dunn

A programme that aims to change perceptions of DIY by guiding viewers through tasks with simple diagrams and detailed instructions, presented by carpenter Rics Martin and plumber Tony Elvin. The pair help a social worker through all the stages of building a desk and shelves for her son, and assist a research analyst with changing her bathroom taps.

Contributors

Presenter/Carpenter:
Rics Martin
Presenter/Plumber:
Tony Elvin
Producer:
Samira Osman
Producer:
Franny Moyle

James May and Julia Bradbury road-test the Yaris, Toyota's new supermini, which contains several surprises - including a digital instrument reading pod in the centre of the dashboard.
Plus a new docu-soap feature in which real-life car buyers search for their perfect motor.
(Digital widescreen) (Subtitled)

Contributors

Presenter:
James May
Presenter:
Julia Bradbury
Producer:
Chris Richards
Editor:
Jon Bentley

Mark Lawson is joined for this 150th edition by Allison Pearson, Tony Parsons and Tom Paulin to review the week's cultural highlights, including Vikram Seth's new novel An Equal Music.

Contributors

Presenter:
Mark Lawson
Panellist:
Allison Pearson
Panellist:
Tony Parsons
Panellist:
Tom Paulin
Series Producer:
Mark Bell
Editor:
Michael Poole

(Repeats are not indicated)

Open University
12.30 The Three Degrees
1.00 Shooting Video History
(Subtitled)
1.50 Open Late - Health and Social Welfare

Exam Revision
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Mathematics 2

Teaching Film and Media
4.00 Film Education: An Ideal Husband: Text to Text
4.30 Film Education: The Producer's Tale

Teacher Training
5.00 The Bridge

Open University
5.45 Our Health in Our Hands
6.10-7.00am Immigration, Prejudice and Ethnicity

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