With John Nicolson and Noel Thompson.
Timetable on Monday (S from 7am)
Guy, Marcus and Jo decide to join the girls' self-defence class.
Today, behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum. Joe and Angellica accept a challenge to dance with pop group Scooch. Plus the exploits of a five-a-side football team and how to make a carrot cake. (S) (W)
Baby Elephant. The Tubbies see two children watching a herd of elephants in a safari park.
Magic Magnets. The Tweenies race each other on magic magnet racetracks. (R) (S) (W)
Followed by News and Weather
Live coverage of today's celebrations in London marking the Queen Mother's
100th birthday interspersed with archive footage of her life. Presented by David Dimbleby and Fiona Bruce. A Birthday to Remember can be seen on BBC1 at 7pm. See Choice.
A further accusation shocks
Harold and Madge. Joel comes to a difficult understanding with his father.
Repeated at 5.35pm (S) (W)
Sparta. Much against his better judgement detective
Jim Bergerac tries to discover who is keen to kill his old adversary, the Ice Maiden, Phillipa Vale.
Written by Rod Beacham (R) (S)
A classic episode of the vintage comedy. (R) (S)
Ends 5.35. Eggs. Milo bumps into
Judy who drops her shopping-breaking the eggs. (S) (W)
Animated tales of an adventurous little fly. (S)
More animated fun with the little creature.
Paul and Barry set out to be champions on a survival course but two military types have other ideas. (R) (S)
The series which offers ideas and advice on creative picture making today takes a look at the subject of relief. Presented by Tony Hart and Kirsten 0' Brien.
Another chance to see the children's talent show hosted by Claire and H from pop group Steps. (R) (S) (W)
More comic capers with the zany duo.
With Huw Edwards. Including a weather summary and a preview of the weekend sport. (S)
For details see Monday (S)
Followed by Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst. (S)
A look back at today's celebrations in London marking the Queen Mother's 100th birthday. See Choice.
Producer David Pickthall (S) Queen Mother pull-out supplement: see centre pages The British Family: a Century in Pictures: page 22
The fast-moving music show featuring this week's Top 20. Director/Producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow (S) 87
TOP OFTHE POPS THE MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
Tonight, Alan Titchmarsh , Charlie Dimmock and Tommy Walsh revisit a garden they landscaped in Warwick.
Director/Producer John Thornicroft (R) (S)
A classic episode of the comedy first shown in 1985. A new spark in Rodney's life rekindles an old flame of Del's. Director Susan Belbin ; Producer Ray Butt (R) (S)
With Michael Buerk. Regional News
Weather with David Braine. isi
Third of the seven-part drama starring Jerome Flynn. Blood Ties. An e-coli outbreak leads to McCabe and Cassidy tracking a gang of sheep rustlers.
Written by Colin MacDonald ; Producer Ann Tricklebank
The first of three programmes in which entertainer Michael Barrymore visits New York to experience
Broadway, home of the musical. This week he looks at the enduring hit shows written by Rodgers and Hammerstein , meets Elaine Paige on the set of Cats, and sings a medley of Broadway hits during an open-air concert in Times Square. See Choice.
Director Nick Harris ; Producer Andrew Lockyer (S) (W) Webwatch: page 45
Comedy starring Jane Fonda , LilyTomlin and Dolly Parton. Judy, Violet and Doralee are three office employees who dream of taking revenge on their chauvinistic boss.
Director Colin Higgins (1980, 15) (S) Films: pp 60-68 ***
Teach yourself Dolly Parton: page 56
Followed by Weathervlew
Franklin Hart Jr:
Last in the comedy series starring Alan Davies.
Shown on Tuesday at 10.20pm (S) (W)
Drama based on a true story. A divorced mother is forced into poverty after her estranged husband refuses to pay child support and her claims are dismissed by bureaucrats. But Gerri is a fighter and decides to take on the system.
Director Joseph Dougherty (1995) (S) Films: pp 60-68 **