Noddy in Toyland
When things go missing, the wrong people are accused.(R) (S)
BBC CD-Rom: Noddy's Magic Adventure on Playstation, Â£19.99, from retailers
7.30 The Itsy Bitsy Spider
More arachnid antics. (R) (S)
7.45 Noah's Island
More adventures with the polar bear. (R) (S)
The young aardvark enjoys another school day. (R) (S)
Animated antics with the Tasmanian Devil. (R) (S) BBC
9.00 Live and Kicking
Sarah Cawood, Heather Suttie, Ortis and Trey Farley are joined by Katie and Jackie from Brookside, and soul diva Lisa Stansfield unveils a slick new look and a come-back single, Let's Just Call it Love. Also, in Breakers, there's an exclusive performance by new boy band Fixate, plus the usual helping of cartoon fun with The Wild Thornberrys and Mona the Vampire, more Roswell
Conspiracies and US teen drama Sweet Valley High.
Series producer Simon Parsons; Executive producer Claire Mundell (S) (W)
BBC Live and Kicking magazine:
Â£1.80, available monthly from retailers
Introduced by Hazel Irvine.
12.20 Football Focus With the domestic season now over, there are important World Cup qualifiers to contest before the summer break. RayStubbs previews England's forthcoming midweek clash with Greece in Athens that can be seen live on BBClfrom
7.30pm on Wednesday.
1.00 Athletics Focus
Roger Black introduces news on the British elite as they look ahead to the World championships in Edmonton, Canada in August.
1.30 Touring Cars Coverage from Oulton Park, Cheshire, of rounds five and six of this year's British Touring Car championship. Commentary comes from Charlie Cox , John Watson and Dawn McDaniel.
2.20 Tennis The conclusion of the third round of the French Open from Paris. This is the second Grand Slam competition of the year, and Britain's Tim Henman needs to maintain his early-season form to proceed to the fourth round. Commentary from
John Barrett , David Mercer ,
Peter Fleming and Virginia Wade. (S)
3.45 Swimming Grand Prix Final With the World championships only six weeks away, this meet is crucial for Britain's swimmers to hone their competitive edge against top-class European opposition. Commentary James Parrack and Adrian Moorhouse.
Producer Helen Kuttner ; Executive editor Dave Gordon (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Followed by Party Election Broadcast
By the Conservative Party. (S)
Oh to Be in England. Concluding the two-part story which began last week. The Trotters are in sunny Miami, but are missing rainy old Peckham.
Written by John Sullivan
DirectorTonyDow;ProducerGarethGwenlan (R) (S) The 1992 story of the Peckham spring can be seen on Friday at 7.55pm.
Ulrika Jonsson hosts the last in the current series of the ruthless game show where contestants fight it out for the chance to win f 10,000.
Director Mick Thomas ; Producer Mike Agnew (S) (W)
In the last show in the series, Dale Winton welcomes Texas, performing a new mix of their first single, / Don't Want a Lover, Damage with So What If I, and, making their television debut, newcomers the Alice Band perform One Day at a Time. Featuring the Thunderball, Lottery and Lottery Extra draws. The Lottery's Winning Lines returns next week.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Suzy Lamb (S) (W)
One-off drama about a couple who meet for the first time at the altar, having been selected by a television dating show as ideal mates. There's a il million jackpot at stake, but can they make it work in the constant glare of the media?
Written by Lizzie Mickery
Producer Dave Edwards ; Director Martyn Friend (S) (W)
Followed by National Lottery Update
Delivery. Another chance to see the third and final part of this trilogy, first shown in 1998. Now Tony's got a job, Deborah decides that she preferred him when he was carefree and stupid. Meanwhile, Dorothy is pregnant and worried.
Writen by Simon Nye
Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Beryl Vertue (R) (S)
With George Alagiah. Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
Action thriller. Hired by a damsel in distress to find her vagrant father, out-of-work sailor Chance Boudreaux gets far more than he bargained for. Review page 43.
Director John Woo (1993, 18) (S)
Pik Van Cleaf:
All Blacks rugby star Jonah Lomu and comedian Rich Hall guest on the satirical sports quiz hosted by Nick Hancock.
Shown yesterday (S) (W)
Lisa from Steps submits her possessions to the scorn of the deadpan Mr Dee.
Shown yesterday (S) (W)
Followed by Weathervlew (W)
Chart hits. Shown yesterday (S)