Little Polar Bear Animated antics of a curious bear. (R)
7.05 Playdays Rosie needs bottles for today's rhyme. (R)
7.25 The Flintstone Comedy Show
Animated Stone Age fun. (R)
7.50 Why 5 Science series. With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
(S) Then Rewind Shown yesterday BBC1 (S)
8.20Snorks Ocean-floor fun with the underwater community. (R)
8.40 Noddy in Toyland The toys form a fire-rescue service. (R)
Classic comedy double bill.
Sgt Bilko's TV Idea
Bilko writes a script for a struggling TV comedian.
9.35 The Son of Bilko
Bilko soon regrets taking a new recruit under his wing.
Ends 10.50 Rosie's Hairdo. The
Tubbies watch some children styling their friend's hair. (S)
Then Teletubbies Advent Calendar (S)
The Bracelet. Bella boasts about her beautiful bracelet.
Repeated 3.25pm BBC1 (S) (W)
The Marquis of Bath recalls a life-changing moment. (R)
Adventure. Fortune-hunters meet hostile tribesmen when they search for gold that was hidden in the North African desert during the Second World War. Director John Brahm (1955)
(BW) (S) Films: pp 74-84 **
Consumer developments. CEEFAX: page
The Eagle Empire. A look at the remarkable hunting skills of the sea eagle as the bird of prey makes a comeback. (R) (S)
Leisure ideas with two editions of The Arts and Crafts Show.
1.30 Advice on photographing buildings and painting waterfalls. With Will Hanrahan. (R)
2.00 Caroline Righton learns howto mend a quilt. (R) SERIES GUIDE: send a cheque for 14.00 (including postage and packing), made payable to BBC Education, to [address removed]
Paradise holidays in Jamaica and Barbados.
Coverage of Prime Minister's
Questions live from the House of Commons. With Diana Madill.
Editor Alexandra Henderson (S)
More culinary challenges. (S)
Lowri Turner takes another look at consumer culture.
Experts explain how the dinosaurs died out and look forward at prospects for the human race. With Esther Rantzen. (R) (S)
For donation details see Sunday at
5.05pm on BBC1 (S)
The pop-music show plunders the archives once again as the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, the Beach Boys and Scott McKenzie battle it out with hits from Harry Enfield, Bananarama and the Corrs. With Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen Repeated next Saturday (S) Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Resurrection. The double of Kira's lost love, Vedek Bareil , arrives on Deep Space Nine seeking asylum. (S) Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6pm
Frank cannot believe that the council has condemned his old house - especially after all his DIY improvements.
Producer Sydney Lotterby (R) (S)
Two top lifestyle guides join forces to demonstrate how to throw a home millennium party to remember while looking superb in the process. They give six colleagues from
Guy's hospital in London a month to ready themselves, aided by Home Front designer Kevin Allan and Looking Good experts John Gustafson and Anthony Yacomine. Hosted by Tessa Shaw and Lowri Turner. See Choice.
Producer Maggi Gibson : Editor Jeanine Josman (S) (W)
A Passion for Pedigree. Breeding dogs for show is a pastime that can take over the lives of those devoted to the hobby. Cameras follow eight diverse exhibitors as they prepare for Crufts, the biggest dog show in the world. Meanwhile, members of the Kennel Club and Crufts committee discuss the rigorous standards they expect to find. See Choice.
Director Colin Napthine ; Series editor Alex Holmes (S) (W) Every dog has its database: Webwatch, page 53
Professional wrappers, shopping experts and designers proffer tips on finding, parcelling and giving gifts. (S) More seasonal tips tomorrow at 10.20pm
Last in the series of the comedy drama about a young married couple who move to the village of Snowle.
Ready Steady Kill. Lisa persuades Ian to go clay-pigeon shooting with Astley. After an unpromising beginning, he starts to nurture his "hunter" instinct. See Choice.
Written by Simon Nye ; Director John Henderson
Producer Margot Gavan Duffy (S) (W)
Analysis of the day's major news stories, with Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines. (S)
Kaye Adams hosts the monthly opinion platform in which viewers debate BBC TV issues with programme makers. To make contact, ring [number removed] (local rates apply), write to The Viewing Room, c/o Room 3221, BBC White
City, London, W12 7TS, or e-mail email@example.com Series producer Jo Vale ; Executive producer Jacquie Hughes (S)
Andrew Neil presents highlights of today's Prime Minister's Questions.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 English Only in America? (S) 16516 1.00 Yes, We Never Say "No" (S) 52535 1.30 Was Anybody There? (S) Parenting 2.00 The Troublesome Teens (part 2)
Languages 4.00 Make Italian Your Business (part 2)
Working In the Community 5.00 Voluntary Matters Contracts and Partnerships/Funding- with subtitles.
Open University 6.00 School Is for All Going to the Beeches
68413 6.30 Management in Chinese Cultures Ends 7.00am