Cuddles gets marooned on a beach. (R)
A look at birthdays at the Roundabout Stop. (R)
Animated antics with the Tasmanian devil. (R)
A look at children's growing obsession with wearing designer-label clothes. Last in the current series. (R) (S)
Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1 (S)
A double helping of puppy-dog tales. (R)
More fun in Busytown. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7) (S) 1675958 9.15 Cat's Eyes (ages
5-7) (S) 4584364 9.30 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) (S)
9.45 Watch (ages 5-7) (S)
The Tubbies watch a little girl polish her family's shoes. (R) (S)
BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD, price Â£10.99, and cassette, Â£7.99
Milo the Clown
Milo is concerned that he can'tjoin in with the circus game because he can't be as funny as the other clowns. Repeated 3.25pm BBC1 (S) (W)
10.50 Numbertime (ages 4-6) (S)
5437836 11.05 What? Where? When?
Why? (ages 6-7) (S) 434829811.20 ZigZag (ages 7-9) (S) 5658233 11.40 Space Ark (ages 7-11) (S)
11.50 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) (S) 7016478 12.10 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) (S)
Animation. Victor advertises for two new firemen. (R)
Landmarks (ages 9-11) (S)
Double helping of creative ideas in The Arts and Crafts Show.
1.30 Lessons in woodwork and watercolour-painting. (R)
2.00 Restoring a rocking horse, plus textile- weaving. (R) SERIES GUIDE: send a cheque for £4. 00 (including postage and packing), made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
Trips to Spain and France.
Prime Minister's Questions live from the House of Commons.
More culinary challenges. (S) BBC BOOK: The Big Ready Steady Cook Book. £9.99, is available from retailers
The chefs prepare game as the Duke of Hamilton hosts a dinner party at his home, Lennoxlove castle in Scotland. (R) (S)
Lowri Turner talks to the wives of jailed criminals, asking why they are attracted to them and how it affects their lives. (S)
Linda Barker and her handymen perform a cost-free redesign in Croydon, Surrey. (S)
Tonight's show features footage of Chas and Dave, the Damned, Prefab Sprout, Abba and XTC, plus exclusive new music from the Mavericks. With Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen Repeated next Saturday (S) Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Behind the Lines. Sisko's promotion leaves Dax in charge of the Defiant. Meanwhile, on Deep Space Nine, Odo is tempted by a fellow shapeshifter. (S) Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6pm
Alan Edgar asks why the National Trust refuses to save cliff-top houses in East Sussex threatened by coastal erosion, Helen Horrod examines the effectiveness of antibacterial cleaners and racing driver Andrew Kilkardy tries to overcome his fear of public speaking. See Choice. Series producer Emma Whitlock ; Executive producer Debbie Christie (S)
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen accepts the challenge of trying to re-create a turn-of-the-century French boudoir, inspired by the work of artist Alphonse Mucha, in the bedroom of Jenna Roberts's home in Blackpool.
See Choice. (S)
Designer Alison Pearce exhorts a family to install the latest bathroom accessory - a urinal; Neville Griffiths shows how to make an authentic-looking period fireplace from scrap; Kevin Allan creates a budget bedroom; and Lloyd Farmar has five ideas for lampshades. With Tessa Shaw.
Producer Maggie Gibson ; Series editor Franny Moyle (S) (W)
Treasures from the Tip. A film profile of the Adams family - father Barry, son Jason and daughters Danielle and Melanie - who have made a fortune from recycling rubbish at their tip in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, which they run in tandem with ex-money broker Steve Baldwin. See Choice. Director Lorraine Charker : Series editor Alex Holmes (S) (W) John Peel writes on Treasures from the Tip: page 15
Satirical goings-on in a celebrity-strewn suburban street.
Next episode on Thursday at 10.20pm (R) (S)
The comedy drama, from the pen of writer Simon Nye , returns for a second series of six episodes.
White Pubic Hair. While taking photographs, Ian falls through the roof of Astley's barn. Lisa discovers an unnerving symptom of her stressful life. See Choice.
Director John Henderson ; Producer Margot Gavan Duffy (S) (W)
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 Regional news. (S)
Anita Bhalla examines the ways in which the festival of Diwali, which symbolises the victory of good over evil, is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains in modern Britain.
Producer Bish Mehay ; Executive producer Paresh Solanki (S)
Parliamentary analysis, hosted by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Difference on Screen
1.00 The Authentick and Ironicall Historie of Henry V (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 PSHE (S)
Languages 4.00 Suenos World Spanish (13-16) - basic language instruction. With subtitles.
Working In.... WEBWISE 5.00 GetWebwise Getting
Connected at Work 33966 5.30 Computers Still Don't Bite Open University 6.00 Seville: Gateway to the Indies
6.30 Open Advice Staying on Course Ends 7.00am