William's Wish Wellingtons
More fun with the boy who owns magical footwear. (R)
Rosie needs a mouse for her rhyme. (R)
A triple bill of animated antics. (R)
The messy game show, hosted by Dave Benson Phillips. (R) (S)
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1 (S)
More ursine adventures. (R)
Fun with the inhabitants of Moomin Valley. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cat's Eyes: Light and Sound: Light and Dark (ages 5-7) (S)
9.15 Cat's Eyes: Light and Sound: Colour (ages 5-7) (S)
9.30 Words and Pictures: Dinosaur Fright (ages 5-7) (S)
9.45 Watch: The Coronation (ages 5-7) (S)
The Teletubbies see children watching some peacocks. (R) (S)
BBC Music: Teletubbies CD price Â£10.99, and cassette, Â£7.99 are both available from retailers
The Tweenies try to locate the home of a frog called Norman.
Repeated 3.25pm BBC1 (S) (W)
Numbertime: Side by Side: Under/Over (ages 4-6) (S)
Further live coverage from
Blackpool of the Conservative Party Conference, introduced by Jon Sopel and Zeinab Badawi . (S)
Children's animation. The
Beanlanders are kidnapped by the Nasties. (R)
Zig Zag: Invaders!: The Anglo-Saxons (ages 7-9) (S)
Shaun Williamson and chef
Sophie Grigson tackle more property-related posers.
Continuing coverage of events from Blackpool. (S)
and Regional News (S)
Culinary challenge, presided over by Fern Britton. (S)
BBC BOOK: The Big Ready Steady Cook Book, £9.99. is available from retailers
Lowri Turner asks her guests and studio audience if certain occupations can lead to alcohol abuse, or whether those with an alcohol dependency drift towards professions in which drink is available or tolerated. Postponed from 15 September (R) (S)
Alan Titchmarsh poses the questions in the second round of the family quiz. (5)
PM Current hits and classic performances culled from the archives of the pop-music show. With Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen Repeated next Saturday (S) Top of the Pops UK Tour 99 is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Followed by The Nation's Favourite Song Lyric (S)
Andrew Neil hosts the last of three live phone-ins with headlining politicians, plus a roundup of the day's events at the Conservative Party Conference in Blackpool. Contact details on Monday (S)
Return of the series in which members of the public are given the opportunity to present their views and confront organisations they feel have a case to answer.
In the first of eight programmes, Ali Akhtar seeks the truth behind his brother's death in a car accident involving a fork-lift truck, Nicola Pinney strives to overcome her phobia of public transport, and Sara Sims tackles the sticky issue of discarded chewing gum.
In the last programme of the current series, Diarmuid Gavin transforms a redundant plot into a garden full of Japanese influences. Hosted by Tessa Shaw. A new series of Home Frontwill appear in the coming weeks. Director James Strong ; Series producer Simon Shaw (R) (S) (W)
In tonight's edition of the style and healthy-living series, style guru Andrew Tucker offers a guide to modestly-priced designer clothing, holistic therapist Barti Vyas shows an air hostess how to use acupressure for stress reduction on long-haul flights, and hair stylist Anthony Yacomine creates striking new looks for two friends. Series editor Jeanine Josman (S)
BBC BOOK: Looking Good is available in paperback, price £9.99
More ideological enemies spend a week together. Builders. Journalists Lorna Russell and Gemma Mitchell , from feminist magazine Sibyl, gain first-hand experience of life on a construction site in central London with two builders, Shaun Denyer and Mark Shaw. Contains strong language. See Choice.
Series producer Gabe Solomon ; Executive producer Debbie Christie (S)
A new three-part series following a group of 50 inner-city children from Leicester as they spend a two-week holiday, provided by a charity, in the Lincolnshire seaside town of Mablethorpe. In this first programme, the children describe some of the difficulties they have already encountered in their short lives. See Choice.
Producer Philippa Lowthorpe ; Executive producer Peter Symes (S) (W) Polly Toynbee : page 16
First in an occasional series in which children from around the world discuss their hopes and fears for the future.
Tonight's film features children from Lebanon, Spain, the USA, Holland, Argentina and India. (S)
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. (S)
More guests gather around the dinner table to chat with voluble host Ruby Wax. (S) (W)
The Wig Master. A house guest irritates George, while Jerry is forced into buying a jacket he doesn't like. Cast on Tuesday (S)
Followed by Video Nation Shorts (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 The Sonnet (S)
1.00 Open Advice: The Three Degrees
1.30 Changing Voices
2.00 PSHE: ID - Learning to Be You Lifeschool/Crime and Punishment (S)
4.00 75th Anniversary: Italian Gems
Working In Engineering
5.00 Nine to Five Communicate
5.30 Teamwork -working with others.
6.00 Discovering 16th-century Strasbourg
6.30 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?