Pre-school fun from j Teletubbyland. Then Teletubbies Advent Calendar
Continuing the countdown.
Today: how to become a pop star, why dogs howl, how paper is made and why post ; boxes are red.
Mark Speight hosts the word-search game, with guest
Animation. The fight to save music continues. With the voice of Dudley Moore.
Animated fun with the pets in the shop owned by ! eccentric Elwood Funk.
Adventure series. The
Animorphs keep Jake under close watch after he falls into a Yeerk pool. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Comedy drama. Joe comes under suspicion when things startto go missing around the house. Shown last Wednesday BBC1
Gemma defies her father once too often and is sent away to a new school. Franco vows revenge after new boy Ben displaces him from the football team.
Written by Tim O'Mara
The series that provides a youthful perspective on topical issues, offers practical solutions to problems and delivers endings to gritty dramas and hard-hitting films. Then Rewind 1994: Arafat Returns Memories of the Palestinian leader's jubilant arrival in Gaza.
Then 1995: Aids. A New York teenager is just one of a million victims of the disease worldwide.
Contestants send their radio-controlled fighting machines into a gladiatorial arena for the opening salvos of the third series. Shown last Friday
On the movie magazine, Jayne Middlemiss talks to
Arnold Schwarzenegger about his new thriller, End of Days, and speaks to cinema-goers in Cardiff about the latest blockbusters.
Political issues affecting London. Presented by Shaun Ley. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
1.35 Tennis The final of the ATP
Seniors Tour of Champions tournament, live from the Royal Albert Hall , where illustrious names from the sport's recent past, including John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg , have been battling it out over the weekend. Commentary from John Barrett , Mark Cox and Sue Barker.
Yachting Following the tennis, highlights ofthe 49er Gold
Series from Weymouth. Britain has five of the world's top teams and this platform provides the perfect opportunity for them to test their skills against the best of the rest in preparation for next year's Sydney Olympics.
Skiing The men's downhill and super giant slalom from Lake Louise, Canada. This is the second downhill of the men's
World Cup season, and Austria's Hermann Maier is again favourite to take the overall title. Rugby Union With the European Cup up and running, a review of the action so far, and a look ahead to next weekend's fixtures.
Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editor
Editor Fiona Pitcher ; Series producer Paul Appleby www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
Dawn to Dusk Airborne in the Serengeti. Jonathan Scott and Alan Root make an aerial safari across the Serengeti by plane and balloon, where they fly with vultures and cruise over crocodiles before landing to sit among baboons.
Producer Sara Ford ; Series producer Robin Hellier
Rival stags make their peace as autumn's storms sweep in and hormones subside.
Series producer Paul Appleby
Winter Reflections. In the final two months of the year, grey seals have their pups, foxes battle for territory and huge flocks of wild geese fly in from the Arctic. Using time-lapse photography to record dramatic changes to the landscape, the last in the series looks to the future. Producer Yvonne Ellis ; Series producer Peter Crawford (5)
John Simpson looks back over the century and charts the growing crusade of the human-rights movement as he introduces a six-part series on worldwide violations.
Producers Rex Bloomstein and Caroline Moorehead Next programme at 10.10pm
Andrew Graham-Dixon 's quest to revisit the Renaissance takes him to Mantua, Florence, Urbino and Ferrara to assess the role of Italy's princely courts in the rise of the modern artist. See Choice.
Renaissance Secrets continues on Tuesday at 7.30pm
Any Way to Run a Railway. As part of BBC 's Rail Week, Ros Bew reports on the lessons that Britain could learn from the Dutch railway network, which is both cheap and reliable despite running at full capacity. With Maya Even. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys NOTE: as The Money Programme is topical, its subject matter may change
Aware of his new responsibilities after hearing that he is to be a father, Frank applies for a job at a holiday camp.
Written by Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills Another episode can be seen on Wednesday at 7.30pm
The satirical quiz, with guests including Boris Johnson.
Shown last Friday
Jeremy Clarkson talks to footballer-turned-film-star Vinnie Jones about the vices and virtues of fighting and debates the point of DIY with Changing Rooms' Carol Smillie.
Producer Elaine Bedell ; Director Brian Klein
Children and War. A harrowing look at the devastating effect of war upon children in Angola and Sierra Leone. Next programme tomorrow at 11.20pm
Drama. Composer Jason Kinsky starts to fall in love with a Kenyan woman who moves to Italy after her husband is arrested for opposing the government. Widescreen. Director Bernardo Bertolucci (1998, PG)
Films: pp 74-78 **
What's My Line?(part 2). Xander and Cordelia, hiding from the bugman, discover a surprising attraction for each other. Shown last Thursday
The Light Brigade. Three men try to save the Earth from aliens. Ends 1.20am.
Repeats are not indicated.
Parenting 2.00 The Early Months
Languages 4.00 The Business Language Special Working In the Community 5.00 WEBWISE GetWebwise 39148 5.30 Applying for a Lottery Grant
Open University 6.00 The North Sea Managing the Common Pool 62235 6.30 Seal Secrets Ends 7.00am