Ends 9.10am Animated antics.
Repeated at 1.05pm
Everyone goes off to enjoy a picnic.
Animated fun with the cat and mouse.
With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Capers with the diminutive detective.
A surprise party is thrown for Noah.
Classic comedy double bill.
9.10 Bilko Boys' Town
Bilko plans to turn Fort Baxter into a boys' camp.
9.35 Hillbilly Whizz
The struggling motor-pool baseball team gets a new recruit.
With guest star Dick Van Dyke. (BW)
Private Hank Lumpkin:
Ends 10.50 Dad's Lorry. Dipsygoes for a walk on his own.
BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD. price £10.99. and cassette, £7.99
Signs. Fizz discovers a special picture in hertoybox.
Shown last Wednesday BBC1
Disney comedy western. A professional gambler and a stagecoach driver accompany three orphaned children to an abandoned gold mine, where they make a life-changing discovery. Director Norman Tokar (1974. U)
Films: pp 56-64 ***
Eat a Beaver, Save a Tree. A look at how wild beavers fell trees to build dams and lodges. i
Ends 1.10 Adventures with the young dinosaurs.
Adam Hart-Davis finds out about drystone walls in the Yorkshire
Dales, while Jayne Constantinis meets morris dancers. 742662ii
Comedy starring Dean Martin. After being wrongly accused of murder, Don Baldasar goes on the run and teams up with a gunrunner for misadventures in the Wild West. Widescreen. Director Michael Gordon (1966. PG)
Films: pp 56-64 **
Catherine has a job interview at the local hairdresser's.
First shown on ITV
Women's Health. Teresa Gorman MP and TV presenter Lynn Faulds -Wood contribute to a discussion of female wellbeing.
Culinary challenges, presided over by Fern Britton.
Gary Rhodes presents an edition of Rhodes around Britain, in which he cooks the great British breakfast salad as well as a Manchester pudding.
More contestants compete in the elimination quiz.
The pop-music show plunders the archives for the first time this century, with performances by the Eurythmics,
Blondie, Tom Jones with Cerys Matthews from Catatonia, Rod Stewart , King and the Wurzels. With Steve Wright.
Repeated next Saturday Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
The Magnificent Ferengi. Quark and a team of Ferengi mount a mission to rescue Ishka from the Dominion. With a guest appearance by rock star Iggy Pop. Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6pm
The first of two programmes in which former cabinet minister Kenneth Baker analyses England's relationships with two of its continental neighbours - France and Germany - and how they are portrayed through the nations' cartoons.
Baker travels to France to find out how Anglo-French relations have been illustrated over the last 250 years, and discovers amusing but stereotyped portrayals. See Choice. Producer Alison Cahn ; Editor Anne Tyerman
Second of three films speculating on life in the new millennium. Future Plagues. Now that the 20th-century aspiration of wiping out infectious diseases has not been realised, this programme examines the possibility that vaccines and antibiotics may never be able to keep deadly microbes at bay. Scientists are bracing themselves forthe onslaught of potentially untreatable plagues, as unknown viruses emerge and mutant bacteria develop resistance.
Producer Becky Jones
Genetics. A glimpse at what the future may hold for the world of genetics, when cloning may have become pass6, and made-to-order designer babies the norm. Predictions looks at the future of democracy tomorrow at 8.50pm
Concluding the two-part drama set in 19th century Edinburgh.
When Bell and his young protege Conan Doyle are asked to diagnose what is wrong with Carlyle's wife, Bell decides that it would be inappropriate to reveal that she is ill with syphilis. This deceit angers the idealistic Conan Doyle, who decides to make some enquiries into Carlyle, which reveal a social rot that may well permeate the highest echelons of Edinburgh society. Contains strong images.
For cast see yesterday at 9pm
An episode from the comedy series starring Dawn French. Dead on Time. The Grim Reaper faces an existence of infinite agony and woe unless she can rescue her reputation.
Written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman
Director Ferdinand Fairfax; Producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise
Analysis of the day's major news stories, with Jeremy Paxman. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
Charting the year of Fatboy Slim, alias Norman Cook , as he performs across five continents and marries Zoe Ball. Shown on New Year's Eve at 12.05am
Comedy. Three divorced dads ponder how to spend the next 48 hours as they gain weekend custody of their children. But events don't go to plan. Widescreen. Ends 1.40am
Director Sam Weisman (1995, 12) Films: pp 56-64 **