Monty Animation about a funny dog. Repeated at lpm
Repeated at 1.05pm
Another visit to the Tent
Stop for a story.
Cat-and-mouse cartoon fun.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
Animation about a diminutive sleuth.
Noah asks Kate to run the Noddy shop.
9.10 Bilko's Double Life
Bilko's millionaire double arrives in Roseville. (BW)
9.35 Bilko Talks in His Sleep
Bilko may regret some nighttime revelations. (BW)
Ends 10.50 Making Flowers. A watering can appears.
Supermarket. Max uses a song to help jog his memory.
Shown last Friday BBC1
Exploring two more destinations in the Holiday archive.
Drama. Alabama, 1957: a white boy unwittingly causes problems for his black nanny when he follows her south to her family home for Christmas.
Director Delbert Mann (1994, PG) Films: pp 56-64 ***
The Ravening Hordes. A look at the devastation inflicted by animal plagues, with film of blackbirds, mice and locusts.
Shown at 7.05am
Adam Hart-Davis is in the city of Chester, where he visits the racetrack and has several spectral encounters.
Drama, set in St Louis during the Depression, about a boy who uses his wits and his imagination to counter the odds stacked against him. Widescreen.
Director Steven Soderbergh (1993, 15)
Films: pp 56-64 ****
Lorraine is developing a new-found fascination with the law.
First shown on ITV
Men and Fashion. TV hosts Tim Vincent and Keith Chegwin give their views on male dress sense, along with designers Jeff Banks and Oswald Boateng.
Gary Rhodes presents his Christmas show, which took him in and around London as he created bubble and squeak and roast-parsnip crumble.
Double bill of animated anarchy in the town of Springfield.
6.00 Last Exit to Springfield. Elected union leader at the power plant, Homer has Lisa's braces in mind when he tries preserving the company dental plan.
6.20 The Front. Bart and Lisa's foray into scriptwriting brings unexpected success, albeit not under their name.
Featuring the voice of Brooke Shields.
More mechanical mayhem as radio-controlled machines battle against each other and the house robots. Entrants this week include Anorakophobia, Missile, Big Cheese, Shrapnel, Crocodilotron, Chaos Two, Hammertron and Sonic. Introduced by Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester , with commentary provided by Jonathan Pearce.
Repeated at 11.20pm
Shetland. Another chance to see the second series of Bill Oddie's bird-watching odyssey. In this first trek, he travels to the Shetland Isles at the height of the summer season, where he spies puffins, takes a nocturnal look at the enigmatic storm petrel, and is on the receiving end of an aerial attack from the skydiving "bonxies".
Producer Stephen Moss : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
A five-part rerun of the garden makeover series.
The Long, Thin Garden. Presenter Gay Search is assisted by horticultural designer Jean Goldberry as she uses her expertise to turn an unremarkable garden into a highly alluring sanctuary with a plethora of attractive plants and the added delights of a pergola, seats and a stream.
Director David Richardson : Executive producer Tony Laryea
The horticultural makeover show returns for a six-part run, this time following neighbours in a Warwickshire Victorian terrace as they try transforming their backyards into desirable gardens. Ali Ward and Andy Sturgeon are on hand to offer expertise as the neighbours talk of the hopes they have for their plots of land. See Choice.
Director Paul Vanezis : Producer Jackie Dietrich Alan Titchmarsh on the future of gardening: page 38
Comedy starring Steve Martin. A struggling young writer in New York has his world turned upside down when he discovers his girlfriend in bed with another man. Walking the streets, he meets countless other "lonely guys" and becomes determined to find a new partner.
Director Arthur Hiller (1984,15)
Films: pp 56-64**
Dr Joyce Brothers:
With Kirsty Wark. At 11.00 News headlines.
More mechanical combat.
Shown at 6.45pm Repeated on Sunday
Roger Deakins , who worked on The Shawshank Redemption, the Coen brothers' Barton Fink and Fargo, and tonight's late film Passion Fish, discusses his career working in documentaries and as a cinematographer.
Drama, featuring the work of Roger Deakins in the season of films celebrating 50 years of British cinematography.
May-Alice, a daytime soap star, is disabled by an accident and returns to her childhood home. Then Chantelle, a nurse with big problems of her own, arrives and the two women develop a relationship. Widescreen. Ends 2.25am
Director John Sayles (1992,15) Films: pp 56-64 ****