Ends 11.50am Animated adventures with the loveable little penguin. (R)
Preschool fun from Teletubbyland. (S)
Animation. Anthony helps St Antsalot in his quest to find and tame a dragon. (R) (S)
The fascinating-facts show reveals the answers to how TV works, why dogs bury bones and how comics are made. (R) (S)
Musical animation, featuring the voice of actor Dudley Moore. (R)
US comedy about a ten-year-old genius. TJ faces problems as the director of ajoint project for his video class.
An animated series about momentous historical events and characters begins with a look at inventors.
Auntie Glenda pays a visit.
Shown last Wednesday BBCl (S)
Nathan takes his driving test and Sarah Jane is not getting along with her friends. Episode written by Annie Wood
Postponed from 2 January (R) (S)
Fame, fortune and fun are the goals for pop band S Club 7 in this 13-part comedy drama featuring songs and dance routines.
Written by Kim Fuller (R) (S)
David Bowie talks about his new single, Jamie Theakston meets Carleen Anderson and the Brand
New Heavies, plus a look at the charts in 2000. Shown last Tuesday (S) (W)
More mechanical mayhem as radio-controlled machines battle against each other and the house robots. Hosted by Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester.
Shown last Friday (S)
Another comic sketch featuring Australian comedians Colin Lane and Frank Woodley.
The Pool. The pair decide to take swimming lessons at the local pool, where Frank falls in love with a lifeguard who saves him from drowning. (S)
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35 Ski Sunday
World Cup action from the men's downhill at Chamonix, France, and the women's giant slalom taking place at Berchtesgaden, in Germany. With Hazel Irvine.
Live coverage from the Sheffield Arena of the National Cup final, basketball's equivalent of football's FA Cup.
Sheffield Sharks are the reigning champions after edging out the Greater London Leopards 67-65 last year. Stuart Storey and Alton Byrd provide the commentary.
4.05 World Darts
Coverage of the second day's play of the World
Professional Darts championship. Fourth seed Robbie Widdows faces fellow Englishman Andy Hatfield in one of today's clashes. Tony Green commentates.
5.00 Rugby Union
Highlights of the weekend's penultimate round of European Cup group matches. Welsh sides Pontypridd and Llanelli both face French opposition in, respectively, Colomiers, who were last year's losing finalists, and Bourgoin. Producer Jonny Bramley ; Editor Michael Cole (W)
Alice Beer casts an eye at Earls Court over the 1,000 exhibits from this year's London Boat Show, the first international gathering of the millennium. The programme includes celebrities receiving instruction from the professionals: dinghy expert Ben Ainslie teaches Charlie Dimmock how to sail; Jamie Theakston test-drives the new James Bond boat with powerboat ace Steve Curtis ; Sean Hughes ! reviews a trio of the latest cruisers; and Alice Beer trains with Chay Blyth to navigate around the Fastnet Rock.
Producer Karen Brown ; Executive producer Nick Vaughan Barratt (S)
John Inverdale presents coverage of this afternoon's first-round matches, including the return of crowd favourite Bobby George , who takes on fellow Englishman
Denis Ovens , who is making his Frimley Green debut. (W)
The three-part inside story of the speculative fever that gripped Japan in the eighties, and the crippling crash that followed. Meltdown. Japanese people recall the giddy years when land and share prices spiralled upwards and banks pressed cheap loans on customers. But when the crash came, small firms and ordinary families were first in the firing line. See Choice. Producer Marcus Kiggell ; Executive producer Peter Pagnamenta (S)
Sister Bliss of dance group Faithless, Underworld lead singer Karl Hyde and Gruff from Super Furry Animals share their predictions for the future of popular music. Directors Steve Burrell and John Durrant
Producer Monica Garnsey (S) (W) The series continues on Thursday at 8.50pm with a took at housing
Another chance to see the last episode of the first series. The new series is showing on Friday at 9pm.
I Do, I Do, I Do. Linda makes a stand for her sex when she appears as the "woman scorned" on The Terry Clinger
Show. Tom, meanwhile, makes a shock announcement- he's getting married, but the big question is: to whom?
Regular cast on Friday at 9pm (R) (S)
Western starring Richard Widmark and Henry Fonda. When the people of Warlock decide to take a stand against a group of hellraising cowboys, they find their choice of an ageing marshal brings its own problems. Widescreen.
Director Edward Dmytryk (1959, 15) (S) Rims: pp 60-65 ***
Seeds Ronnie Baxter and Les Wallace are among those aiming to reach round two at the Lakeside Country Club,
Frimley Green. Presented by John Inverdale. (W)
Drama, showing in the Movie World season. A woman and her four-year-old daughter Ponette are involved in a car crash. The woman dies, but the child, who has suffered only a broken arm, cannot come to terms with the loss of her mother. Widescreen. In French with English subtitles. Director Jacques Doillon (1996, PG)
Films: pp 60-65 ***
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: English 1 (S) Languages 4.00 France Inside Out (part 1) - culture guide; Talk French (parts 1-2) - beginners' language course. Working with the Land 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Seeing through Maths Taking Off (S) 30590 6.30 Seeing through Maths Ends 7.00am (S)