Ends 11.00am Penguin antics.
Lambs. Some children feed lambs.
Corner Shop. Judy buys some items for a picnic.
The tale of Tom Kitten and Jemima Puddleduck.
Spring Story. The mice hold a surprise birthday party for Wilfred Toadflax.
Repeated at 10.35am
Animated cat-and-mouse antics.
Animated actionwith the diminutive detective.
Drama, set in Canada in the 1860s, about a young girl's journey of self-discovery from a farm to the heart of the industrial age.
Highlights from 1999. Including the summer expedition to Australia, a new rollercoaster in America, an ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, and dancing in St Petersburg.
Repeated tomorrow at 8.15am on BBC2
Shown at 7.15am
Comedy fantasy starring
Whoopi Goldberg. In a city of the future, police detective
Katie Coltrane is teamed up with an ambitious rookie dinosaur.
Director Jonathan Betuel (1995. PG)
Films: pp 56-64 **
A look back at Smith's career, from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air and Men in Black to his musical life as a rap artist.
The return of the weekday elimination quiz show, with Bob Monkhouse.
Weekday series looking at life in Majorca during the holiday season. Today, a British couple who've started a new life running a bar, plus film star
Michael Douglas on why he holidays on the island every year. Presented by Liza Tarbuck.
Drama based on a true story, starring Jeff Daniels. Amy and her father teach some goslings to fly after rescuing a clutch of goose eggs from a building site. Director Carroll Ballard (1996. U)
Films: pp 56-64 ****
Celebrities recall favourite TV puppets, and cameras provide an insight into the work of creators and operators.
Today's sports results, with Ray StUbbS.
Jim Davidson and John Virgo look back at the best moments from the snooker-based game show.
Jamie Theakston hosts a pop quiz based on A Question of Sport, featuring familiar rounds such as What Happened Next?, Mystery Guest and the Pictureboard. Team captains Tony Hadley and Suggs are joined by singers
Robin Gibb , Beverley Knight , Paul Cattermore from S Club 7 and Billie. This one-off special will be followed by a new series due to start in the spring.
Director Joanna Ball : Producer Robin Ashbrook
After the five heats the competition in Malta reaches its climax with ten finalists battling it out for the title. Presented by John Inverdale.
Series producer Rupert Rumney
John Craven takes a trip to Australia to visit the Warrawong sanctuary near Adelaide, dedicated to saving rare regional species on the brink of extinction. They include such exotic creatures as miniature kangaroos, hairy-nosed wombats, bilbies, woylies and long-nosed potoroos.
Director Alan Miller
Are Mel and Ian really finished? Steve is apprehensive over Matthew's release. Ricky meets a beautiful stranger. while an unwelcome visitor spells trouble for Beppe.
This week's episodes written by Marc Peirson and Julian Perkins ; Producer David Boulter ; Director Angie De Chastelai Smith
For cast see Thursday WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/eastenders Soap and Flannel: page 37
Costume drama starring Judi Denchand Billy Connolly.
Queen Victoria's staff are concerned about her prolonged period of mourning following the death of Prince Albert, so they summon servant John Brown , a favourite riding companion of her late husband, to help lift her depression.
Director John Madden (1997. PG)
Films: pp 56-64 *****
Bertie, Prince of Wales:
With Peter Sissons. Regional News
Weather with David Braine
Gary Lineker introduces highlights from the new year's first FA Premiership fixtures. Featuring Wimbledon v Sunderland from Selhurst Park, with the Wearsiders aiming for a place in Europe, thanks largely to the goal-scoring exploits of Kevin Phillips and Niall Quinn , and the Dons making a solid recovery after a shaky start to the season. Plus goals and action from the rest of the Premiership programme. With analysis by Alan Hansen and Trevor Brooking and commentary from John Motson , Tony Gubba and Gerald Sinstadt.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Paul Armstrong
Followed by Weatherview
Comedy starring Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft. During the Nazi occupation of Poland in the Second World War, two actors become accidentally involved with the Polish Resistance and put their theatre group in danger.
Director Alan Johnson (1983. PG) Films: pp 56-64 ***
Lieutenant Andre Sobinski: