William's Wish Wellingtons: More fun with the boy who owns magical footwear.
7.05 Playdays: Everyone's been having strange dreams at the Roundabout Stop.
7.25 Tom and Jerry Kids: A triple bill of animated antics.
7.50 Get Your Own Back: The messy game show, hosted by Dave Benson Phillips.
Then Rewind: Shown yesterday BBC1
8.15 Yogi's Treasure Hunt: More ursine adventures.
8.35 Moomin: Fun with the inhabitants of Moomin Valley.
Presenter ("Get Your Own Back"):
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7) People: Growing Up 7965900 9.15 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7) People: Senses 8652894 9.30 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Acrobatic Alphabet 6411233 9.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Time Treasures
Teletubbies: Tropical Fish: The Teletubbies watch two girls play with their new pet fish.
BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD. price Â£10.99, and cassette, Â£7.99, are both available from retailers
10.30 Tweenies: Colours. Jake uses his superpowers as "Dotman" to restore colour to the garden.
Repeated 3.25pm on BBC1
Numbertime (ages 4-5) Side by Side: In Front, Behind/Beside
Further live coverage of the Labour Party conference from Bournemouth, introduced by Jon Sopel and Zeinab Badawi.
Children's animation. The villagers turn Buttercup lake into a leisure pool.
Look and Read (ages 7-9) Spywatch: Spies All Around.
Continuing coverage of events from Bournemouth.
and Regional News
Culinary challenge presided over by Fern Britton. BBC BOOK: The Big Ready Steady Cook Book, £9.99, is available from retailers
Steak-and-kidney pudding and a rundown of Smith's top ten casseroles.
Lowri Turner talks to people about their plans for ushering in the new millennium and hears from those who believe the country will come to a halt on 1 January.
Alan Titchmarsh poses the questions in the second round of the family quiz.
Nick Hancock appeals on behalf of the Lady Hoare Trust. For donation details see Sunday at
5.05pm on BBC1
A notorious appearance by Blur and previously unseen footage of the Clash mixes with footage of Bros, Dionne Warwick and Charles Aznavour in highlights from the pop-music show. With Steve Wright.
' Producer Mark Hagen Repeated next Saturday
Top of the Pops UK Tour 99 is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Andrew Neil hosts the second of two live phone-ins with headlining politicians, plus a roundup of the day's events at the Labour Party Conference. Contact details on Monday
All at Sea. Simon King examines the influence of the weather on major historical events; Ian McCaskill visits a weather buoy out at sea; Howie Watkins investigates how surfers predict the wave formations off Newquay; and Isobel Lang looks at an unusual
British theory about the origins of weather systems. Series editor Caroline van den Brul
Diarmuid Gavin uses a 25ft-long shark's fin made from steel to create a secluded area in a garden belonging to a photographer. Fern expert Neil Pike develops the tropical theme while Lloyd Farmar paints the house a rich Mediterranean blue. Presented by Tessa Shaw.
Director James Strong ; Series producer Simon Shaw
In tonight's edition of the style series, Lowri Turner visits New York to examine the lengths its American inhabitants will go in pursuit of a dazzling smile. Three viewers report on fashions for the next millennium, plus advice on keeping warm in style this winter. Series editor Jeanine Josman
BBC BOOK: Looking Good is available in paperback, price £9.99
More ideological enemies spend a week together. Art. Two traditional artists - watercolourist
Charles Bone and his wife, portrait sculptress Sheila Mitchell - explore London's avante-garde art scene with Tim Noble and Sue Webster , two up-and-coming conceptual artists. Contains strong language. See Choice.
Director Kevin Jarvis ; Series producer Gabe Solomon Art attack: page 30
First Writes. Following the contrasting fortunes of three aspiring novelists - Jake Arnott , Vic Mirauer and Mark Tyler Edwards - as they struggle to complete the long and tortuous journey from inspiration to, hopefully, eventual publication. See Choice.
Director Teresa Griffiths ; Executive producer Andrea Milter From next week, Close Up will be moving to a slot on Thursdays
Artists find inspiration in the gardens where Monet spent his final years. Tonight photographer Vivian Russell examines the lillies in the water garden.
Director Emma Ford ; Series producer Sadie Hennessy
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. Followed by Video Nation Shorts
More guests gather around the dinner table to chat with voluble host Ruby Wax.
The Cadillac (part 2). George tries to hide his date from Susan. Jerry 's father faces impeachment. Cast on Tuesday
Followed by Weatherview
Open University 12.30 Open Advice A Different Way of Learning 25634 1.00 The Secret of Sporting Success 85653 1.30 The Psychology of Addiction Secondary Schools 2.00 Science
Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (1-4)
Business and Training 5.00 RCN Nursing Update
Presentation Skills 51108 5.30 20 Steps to Better Management Communicating Clearly
Open University 5.45 Forest Futures
6.35 Restoring the Balance. Ends 7.00am