Everyone arguing-how will they make up? ...
Officer Dibble is replaced by the Sarge's nephew, who decides to get tough with the neighbourhood.
Inter-school game show where the studio audience are the contestants. With Sally Gray.
Shown on Monday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Followed by Rewind
Shown yesterday on BBC1
Triple bill of the aviation animation.
Bibblegets sprayed by a skunk and has to be cleaned with Dumpty's prize tomatojuice.
Linford Christie reads Noah and the SpaceArk by Laura Cecil as part ofthe celebrations for World Book Day.
Note: repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Isabel Highlights (ages 14-16)-a taster of the drama series for students of Spanish. 4633897 9.10 Sportsbank
Dance (teachers' programme) - a look at the dance curriculum in action.
9.40 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Geese
Pippin the dog finds two geese swimming in Auntie Mabel's pond.
Caterpillars. Two children take a look at caterpillars. A book, which shows Po how to count to three, appears in Teletubbyland.
10.30 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Division -the first of a series on division. 9163762 10.50 Look and Read
Welcome to LR TV -buddingwriterNas arrives for a job.
11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-11) River
Severn - presenter Vanessa Collingridge travels down the UK's longest river.
Subtitled 1534878 11.30 The Animated
Epics (ages 14-16) Beowulf -animated version ofthe epic English poem. 4101 12.00 Shakespeare-theAnimated Tales (ages 11-13) Julius Caesar -study of personal ambition versus the good of the state,
Business and consumer news.......
Toy adventures with Johnson the pink elephant and his chums. Repeat ...........................
Comprehensive coverage ofthe best-of-25-frames second-round matches in the World Professional Snooker championship from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield's city centre, which is hosting this prestigious event for the 23rd time. The eight competitors who survive this stage of the tournament are guaranteed prize money of £34,000.
Presented by David Vine and Dougie Donnelly , who provide the latest news and action, plus commentary on the matches fromCliveEverton, Ray Edmonds , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne , Jim Meadowcroft and John Parrott.
Videoplus code for 1.10-6.00 Codeforl 1.10-3.30 (not PDC) Code for 3.3o-6.00 (not PDC)
Including at 2.40 and 3.25 News and Regional News Subtitled Weather
Bart and Santa's Little Helper create havoc, resulting in Skinner being fired as school principal.
This Morning with Richard, Not Judy
The comedy series, with Stewart Lee and Richard Herring.
Revised at 12.15pm
Continuing coverage of the second round of this year's
World Snookerchampionship, from the Crucible theatre in Sheffield's city centre.
Presented by David Vine.
Talks in which Brian
Walden reflects on why people considered to be villains are allowed to play prominent roles in human affairs. Nero. Nero can be seen as the archetypal villain. He murdered his two wives and mother, subjected the Christians to gruesome persecution and burned down Rome. Walden explores the reasons behind his people's acceptance of his crimes, and suggests why, even today, monstrous tyrants can gain the willing consent of the public. See today's choices. Director/Producer David Cox
Janet Street-Porter tackles the fifth leg of her 350-mile
Edinburgh-to-Greenwich, south London, walk, crossingthe River Trent and entering the Midlands, where she samples Stilton cheese and catches up with Stephen Fry at his old school in Uppingham, Rutland. She also discovers why so many Scots choose to live in Corby. Director/Producer John Bush
In the first of three visits to
Beth Chatto 's woodland garden near Colchesterin Essex, Stephen Lacey explores planting in dry and shady areas.
Pippa Greenwood protects vegetable seedlings with cloches, cold frames and polytunnels, and Gay Search looks at the burgeoning spring colours surrounding an Oxfordshire farmhouse. Plus Alan
Titchmarsh provides advice from his Hampshire home. Series producerColette Foster Executive producer Tony Laryea
Digitalwidescreen Subtitled ........ BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available from newsagents
* See Alan Titchmarsh : page 40; Stylish folding recliner chair: Reader offer, page
Gordon Brown 's former press secretary Charles Whelan and magician Paul Danielsjoin regulars Angus Deayton ,
Ian Hislop and Paul Merton forthe satirical news quiz.
Director Paul Wheeler : Producer Giles Pilbrow Repeated Sunday Digitalwidescreen
Further action in the World
Snooker championship from Sheffield's Crucible theatre is followed by David Vine. .
Then Video Nation Shorts from the Balkans
News analysis, with KirstyWark. Including at 11.00 News headlines. Subtitled .........
Tonight's musical guests include Welsh supergroup Catatonia, new-age rockers
Kula Shaker , post-hip hop collective Urban Species, singer/ songwriter Paul Westerbergand classic American band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. See today's choices.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer
Mark Cooper Digital widescreen.
The Temptation of Eve. The series on film censorship presented by Raquel Welch covers the period from 1927 to the mid-thirties and features stars such as Marlene Dietrich , Busby Berkeley and Mae West. Gold Diggers of 1993, which follows at 1.15am. is showing to complementthe edition.
Musical, showing to accompany Sex, Censorship and the Silver Screen, featuring the work of legendary Hollywood choreographer Busby Berkeley. A struggling producer and three out-of-work dancers team up to put on a new show - the only problem is finance. (1933) (Black and white)
See Films: pages 62-67
Followed by Weatherview
Repeats are not indicated. EXAM REVISION
GCSE Bitesize Revision