Double bill. (AD)
6.40 The Story Makers
Double bill. (AD)
6.40 The Story Makers
7.05 What's New Scooby-Doo?
Horror in Hollywood.
The Noise Next Door pop by, while Barney Harwood and Rochelle Wiseman present the fun.
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Live coverage from Melbourne of the Australian Open men's final. Presented by Sue Barker and Andrew Castle. Commentary by Chris Bailey and John Lloyd. Executive producer Paul Davies
Editor Kate McKeag
Programmes may run late
Chris Beardshaw investigates one of the biggest horticultural headaches: clay soil.
Prunella Scales and Timothy West guest as the chef cooks spicy mint chicken.
2/3. Spirits of the Forest. What is the truth behind the tale of a dinosaur-like creature roaming around the jungle? Congo - on Location: Wednesday 8.50pm
First in a season of comedies to mark Norman Wisdom 's 90th birthday. Milkman Norman Pitkin wages war against the massed milk floats of Consolidated Dairies. Review page 54. Director Robert Asher (1965, U)
(Analogue W) Trouble in Store is tomorrow at 1.35pm
Barry Norman on Norman Wisdom: p51
Highlights of the European
Figure Skating championships from Turin, Italy. Presented by Sue Barker. Commentary from
Barry Davies and Robin Cousins. Producers Julie Griffiths and Stephen Lyle BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button for the women's free programme
The men's and women's super-G events taking place at the world championship event in Bormio, Italy. Presented by Hazel Irvine , Matt Chilton and Graham Bell.
More on Friday at 2.20pm
Concluding the omnibus.
Cast on page 44 (AD)
with Penguins, Parrotsand Whales
Weird and wonderful creatures await intrepid Bill Oddie in a hidden part of South America.
Series producer Stephen Moss ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
Shark Coasts. In seas around southern Africa are over
140 species of shark. Why is there such diversity? Producer Marguerite Smits van Oven: Series editor Tim Martin
Shown last Wednesday (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/nature
3/8. The Macedonian army took on Indian tribes in 326BC. Stepping into the sandals of Alexander the Great, can a team from the Army and RAF defeat one of the greatest forces of war elephants?
Series producer Angus Cameron
The Who's Roger Daltrey and comic Jimmy Carr take to the track in reasonably priced cars.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst ; Series editor Andy Wilman
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
5/11. Isaac from Hanson and MTV's Dave Berry join the comic pop quiz. Presented by Mark Lamarr. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated next Saturday Phill Jupitus on Green Day: page 38
5/6. 8 ½. Asked to shoot a wedding video, Art embarks on an odyssey of memory and fantasy.
Writer Mark Chappell ; Director Toby MacDonald
Producer Paul Schlesinger First shown on BBC3 (AD) Alison Graham on the healthy state of British comedy: p61
4/12. The Value of Nothing. Dunbar is robbed by one of his clients. Contains strong language.
Writer Steve Coombes ; Director Harry Bradbeer
Producer Victoria Fea First shown on BBC3 (AD)
The Sex Pistols. John Lydon and Malcolm McLaren tell the story of the punk figureheads and the battle for their millions. Contains strong language.
Director Steve Crabtree ; Executive producer Bill Grist (AD)
Shock and Aww. Michael finds himself with an ethical dilemma when he falls for his son's teacher.
The next episode is on Thursday at 10pm on BBC4. First shown on BBC4 (AD)
Quirky comic drama starring Oliver Platt , Jerry Lewis and Lee Evans. When comedian Tommy Fawkes 's show flops in Las Vegas, he visits Blackpool in search of a new act - but finds a lot more. Review page 56. Director Peter Chelsom (1994, 15)
Last of the Summer Wine actress Dora Bryan discusses her faith.
Followed by The Witness
WorkSkills: Webwise for Business Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Using the Internet 25948 3.00 Planning for Success 77948 4.00 Getting the Best from the Net 53144 5.00 Welcome to the Cybermarket
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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