Children's BBC Breakfast Peggy Patch visits Bedale market in Yorkshire. (R)
Antipodean fun with the Tasmanian devil.
Shown yesterday at
5.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
Another lively animated underwater adventure.
Goblins steal Noddy's car. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7) Forces: Floating and Sinking (S)
9.15 Cat's Eyes (ages 5-7) Forces: Natural Forces (S) 3815463 9.30 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) The Big Question (S) 9516598 9.45
Watch (ages 5-7) Famous People: Samuel Pepys (S)
The Tubbies watch a group of children playing hide-and-seek. (S)
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Then Teletubbies Advent Calendar
Continuing the countdown. (S)
Pancakes. Max tells
Fizz his favourite food is pancakes, so the Tweenies make some for him. Repeated 3.25pm BBC1 (S) (W)
10.50 Numbertime (ages 5-7)
Numbers up to 100: Patterns of Five (S) 6400869 11.05 Watch Out (ages 7-11) Night Life (S) 9312460 11.20 Megamaths (ages 7-10) Tables: Big Numbers (S) 7652505 11.40 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Spywatch: Captured (S) 1147192 12.00
Space Ark (ages 7-11) (S)
12.10 Science Zone (ages 9-11)
Living: Smooth Running (S)
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Romuald and his family visit a reindeer theme park. (R)
Landmarks (ages 9-11) River Severn: Water from the River (S)
Leisure ideas with two editions of The Arts and Crafts Show.
1.30 Will Hanrahan decorates a white fitted wardrobe. (R)
2.00 Caroline Righton and Judith Miller fix a bonbon dish. (R)
Featuring visits to the US Pacific coast and San Diego.
An update on the day's events in Parliament, with Diana Madill , plus the chance to question the politicians by phone. (S) CONTACT DETAILS: phone [number removed] (calls charged at the local rate), fax
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Sarah Greene and Eric Knowles play the house-matching panel game hosted by Ross Kelly. 47
The cookery challenge show presented by Fern Britton. (S) 82
Lowri Turner is out and about in the malls, delving into the bags of seasonal shoppers.
Studio discussion show in which host Nick Ross and his audience put a panel of celebrities and experts to the test. (S)
Phantasms. Data's visions become a nightmare for the crew after he is disturbed by his first bad dream. (R) (S)
What's My Line? (part 2). Xander and Cordelia, hiding from the bugman, discover a surprising attraction for each other.
Repeated next Sunday (S)
Track Record. A special edition of First Sight for BBC Rail Week. With overcrowded carriages and congested tracks, the railways are bursting at the seams, yet rising demand for seats suggests worse is to come. Will the rail industry plough back its soaring profits to ease passengers' pain? Producer Geoff Griffiths ; Executive producer John Samson (S) 95 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel on left for variations
Sea Survival. The sea can be as cold as the Arctic and as hot as the desert, with no water fit to drink. Mears finds out how shipwreck victim Steve Callaghan spent 76 days adrift in a life raft and survived by spearing fish. See Choice. Producer Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst (S) (W)
The motor magazine looks at the future for cars that still run on unleaded petrol, views bargains to be had in the world of classic cars, and tests the new duel-fuel Honda Insight. Presented by Kate Humble and Quentin Willson.
Producer John Wilcox ; Series producer Julie Clive (S) (W) Magazine: £3.20 from newsagents Website: www.topgear.beeb.com
Child's Play. Floyd Ballantyne runs Europe's biggest children's holiday company, but how will he cope when he swaps his corporate headquarters for a job looking after the youngsters? Will 40-year-old Ballantyne acquit himself well in a job that is usually done by 18-year-old students?
Producer Daniel Barry ; Series editor Robert Thirkell (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/education
The Midas Formula. This film tells the extraordinary story of the Black Scholes mathematical formula, which seemed able to remove the risk from playing the money markets. The scientists who discovered it joined forces with dealers on Wall Street to form LTCM, the super-company that traded billions. But when it all went badly wrong, LTCM collapsed and almost brought down the entire global economy.
Producer Malcolm Clark ; Series editor Bettina Lemer (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/horizon
Continuing the series about the new Royal Opera House. The Backstage Crew. Stage hands Gary and Geff, used to elderly equipment, now have the world's most advanced stage technology at their disposal. (S) (W)
News reports and analysis of the day's events, with Jeremy Vine. At 11.00 News headlines. (S)
Tony Parsons , Tom Paulin and Natasha Walter join host Mark Lawson to discuss this week's cultural events.
Series producer Mark Bell ; Executive producer Mary Sackville West
A full roundup of the day's events at Westminster.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Final Frontier 3832390 12.45 What Have the Seventies Ever Done for Us? 3837845 1.00 Earth and Life: Cosmic Bullets (S) 19406 1.30 Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count? 56425 2.00 Talking Buildings (S) 42883 2.30 Right Simulators and Robots (S) 21390 3.00 Nerves
Key Skills 3.30 Study Skills: Information Research Languages 4.00 Make Japanese Your Business
Working In the Community 5.00 Enterprise Skills 78661 5.30 Voluntary Matters: Using the Money Wisely
Open University 6.00 Biosphere 2 (S) 81574 6.30 Hubbard Brook : the Chemistry of a Forest Ends 7.00am