Spot's Musical Adventures
Spot's dad builds him a tree-house. Narrated by Jane Horrocks.
7.10 The Shiny Show
Dogsby, the quizzer, has been watching ponies and cows on the farm, and in the studio the characters imitate farm animals.
Narrator ("Spot's Musical Adventures"):
Pocket Dragon Adventures
More animated adventures. The Dragons try to speed up their baking by using magic but instead create a cookie dough monster.
A special mission takes Cassy, Gus and Verne to a strange realm of twisted perspective.
8.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza frees a caged hyena from captivity.
After Chuck learns he has a stepmother and stepsister he believes his life is becoming like Cinderella's.
The tenth and penultimate day of the Games, introduced by Steve Rider , John Inverdale and Sharron Davies.
9.00 Cycling In the women's road race final teenage sensation Nicole Cooke will be carrying high hopes for Wales having twice won the world junior road race title.
Hugh Porter and Chris Boardman.
9.55, 10.55 Swimming, Cycling As the cycling coverage continues there will be news of the swimming heats, with the finals taking place tonight.
10.45 Rowing Away from Manchester, coverage of James Cracknell and Matthew Pinsent competing in the coxless pairs at the World Cup rowing regatta in Munich.
1.00 Hockey, Bowls News of the women's hockey bronze-medal match and the men's pairs final in the bowls competition.
2.00 Boxing, Rugby Sevens
England and Scotland will both be hoping to repeat their gold medal successes of four years ago. England's light- heavyweight Courtney Fry will be hoping to add to the gold he won four years ago, while David Haye will try to emulate Audley Harrison and win a gold for England in the heavyweight division.
Northern Ireland hopes are more than likely to rest on Liam Cunningham , a losing finalist in the flyweight division four years ago. Commentary by Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall.
This afternoon also sees the final round of pool matches in the rugby sevens, with a place in this evening's quarter-finals at stake. Eddie Butler ,
Nick Mullins , Jonathan Davies and Jeremy Guscott commentate. Executive producer Martin Hopkins Executive editor Dave Gordon
BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow their chosen sport/competitor either in the pool, trackside. in the field or on the pitch
With Peter Sissons. Weather Sarah Wilmshurst.
Nine people we love to hate get together tonight in another special edition to brave Anne Robinson's acerbic quiz-with-quips. There's a potential Â£50,000 up for grabs - but only one can win and the other eight will leave empty-handed.
BBC PRODUCTS: Weakest Link quiz book, Â£5.99; t-shirt, Â£11.99; Playstation 2 game, Â£34.99; CD-ROM, Â£24.99, from retailers or via [web addresses removed]
Phillip Schofield hosts a brand new series of the quiz in which 49 contestants attempt to win a round-the-world trip. Includes the Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws. Director Patricia Mordecai ; Producer Jane O'Brien www.bbc.co.uk/lottery
The National Lottery - Midweek Draws is on Wednesday at 8.55pm
Another chance to see this one-off musical drama starring Judi Dench - who won both a Bafta and a Golden Globe for her performance. First shown in 2000 it has a star-studded cast, that includes Ian Holm, and was written by Alan Plater.
Newly widowed Elizabeth realises that she was happiest when playing in an (almost) all-girl swing band during the Second World War. When she meets the cross-dressing drummer Patrick the two decide to reunite the band for one last performance. Contains strong language.
Followed by National Lottery Update
Young Elizabeth's mum:
With Peter Sissons. Weather with Sarah Wilmshurst.
A look at events and stories that captured the headlines ' at Manchester on what promised to be a memorable penultimate day of the Commonwealth Games. Joining Sue Barker and Hazel Irvine at their location overlooking the Salford Quays will be some of the personalities who have made an impact. Plus news of the badminton singles semi-finals and the last remaining weightlifting finals.
Producer Phil Bigwood ; Editor Phil Bernie www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth
Followed by Weathervlew
David Dickinson ,
Steven Pinder , Ed Byrne and Angela Griffin join regulars
Phill Jupitus , Julian Clary and Jonathan Ross.
Shown yesterday David Dickinson also guests on Through the Keyhole, Wednesday at 2.05pm
Sarah Cawood presents a selection of the past week's hits, including the number one.
Shown yesterday BBC PRODUCTS: two PC CD-ROMs, TOTP Mix Factory, price £19.99; plus a new book, Top ofthe Pops: The True Story, opens the lid on the show Available to order for £14.99 from www.bbcshop.com