The dog sees some monsters. Repeated tomorrow at ipm (R)
Peggy Patch visits a farm and finds all sorts of things that are yellow in colour. (R)
7.25 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers. (R)
7.45 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.10 Dink, the Little Dinosaur
An animated double bill of fun with the dinosaur and friends. (R)
8.35 Jim Henson's Animal Show
Jake and Stinky interview a bighorn sheep and a red deer. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7)
Electricity and Magnetism: Electricity Past and Present (S) 5200444 9.15 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) Electricity and Magnetism: Magnets (S)
9.30 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) The Beanstalk (S) 9795550 9.45
Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Islam: Living as a Muslim (S)
Ends 10.50. Body to Body. The
Tubbies bump tummies and play a falling-down game. (R) (S) www.bbc.co.uk/education/teletubbies
Old and New. Milo has a new plane and Bella has a new scarf, but Fizz and Jake are jealous.
Shown last Thursday BBC1 IS) (W)
10.50 Numbertime (ages 5-7)
Numbers up to 100: Counting On and Back (S) 4217537 11.05 ZigZag (ages 8-10) Tales from Europe: Persephone Rising (S)
11.20 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Kenya: This Is Kenya (S) 1290208 11.40
Look and Read (ages 7-9) Through the Dragon's Eye: Jenny's Scarf (S) 9086208 12.00 Space Ark (ages
7-11) Electricity: Recycling Materials (S) 9297314 12.10 Science Zone (ages 9-11) (S)
The latest business and consumer news.
Romuald becomes a lifeguard at the seaside. (R)
The House Detectives The team visit a drovers' inn that has an extraordinary history at Loch Eck in Scotland. (R) (S)
1.40 Hart-Davis on History Adam Hart-Davis finds out how Stamford was disguised as Middlemarch for the BBC drama. (R)
The Eagle Empire. The story of the sea eagle - northern Europe's largest bird of prey. (R) (S)
An update on the day's events in Parliament. (S)
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Going Undercover. Guests from the worlds of law enforcement, crime and espionage tell Esther Rantzen about the secrecy and danger involved in various covert activities. (S)
Cookery challenge show. (S) 44 BBC BOOK: The Big Ready Steady Cook Book, £9.99. is available from retailers
Shown at 10am on BBC1 (S)
Masks. The Enterprise encounters alien artefacts that bring about profound changes in Data. (R) (S)
Go Fish. While celebrating another win, Sunnydale's swimming team discover a pile of skin and cartilage on the beach.
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm (S)
Ferry Tales. Most Londoners are familiar with their city, but there's an aspect of the capital that is known to few, other than those who live and work nearby. Rrst Sight reports on the people who crew and maintain the Woolwich free ferries. Producer Helen West ; Executive producer John Samson (S) 73 REGIONAL PROGRAMME: see panel on left for variations
Series in which steeplejack Fred Dibnah celebrates some of Britain's great buildings and engineering feats.
Places of Worship. Dibnah visits all manner of religious sites, starting in Preston - which boasts the tallest church steeple in Britain - and taking in York minster, a Saxon church in Durham, and St Paul 's cathedral in London. See Choice. Producer David Hall ; Executive producers Mike Greenwood. Claire Powell (S) (W)BBC BOOK: Fred Dibnah 's Magnificent Monuments in paperback, £11.99
Quentin Willson assesses high-performance estate cars. With Vicki Butler-Henderson , Kate Humble and Tiff Needell. Series producer Julie Clive ; Producer John Wilcox (S) (W) MAGAZINE: L3.30 from newsagents Website: www.topgear.beeb.com Kate Humble: page 33
Compilation of classic moments from the influential comedy sketch show, which made stars of Rowan Atkinson ,
Pamela Stephenson , Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith. Directors Geoff Posner and Bill Wilson
Producers Sean Hardie and John Lloyd (R) (S)
When film-maker David Goodale was last in the Venezuelan rainforest, he met 18-year-old Tapir, a Yanomami Indian who was part of a "Stone Age" community. Four years on, Goodale returns to South America to repay Tapir's hospitality by fulfilling his promise to bring him to London. It is a journey full of bureaucratic obstacles and culture shocks. Producer David Goodale ; Executive producer Andre Singer (S)
Part of the Time Bank campaign, this ten-part series features people who have received help who then pass favours on to others. Tonight, students at Cheltenham Ladies' College are helped by members of West Midlands fire service.
Producer Sarah Topalian ; Executive producer Bob Long (S)
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines. (S)
The week's second helping of sketch comedy, hosted by Tony Morris with Curtis Walker and Gina Yashere. Guests include Jocelyn Gee and Slim. (S) (W)
Too Many Dogs. The quartet travel back in time in order to find their lost home. Featuring the guest voices of Antoine de Caunes and Paul Merton. (R) (S) (W)
Presented by Sian Williams.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Final Frontier 5279932 12.45 What Have the Sixties Ever Done for Us? 5207715 1.00 The Ascent of Man The Hidden Structure 3100086 1.45 Local Heroes
2.00 Is Seeing Believing? 13222 2.30 Organelles and Origins (S) 32357 3.00 Enzymes: Thoroughbred Workhorses of the Cell Curriculum Development 3.30 Information and Communication Technology - Getting Connected in the Secondary School Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 17-20) (S) Working In Education 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 The Chemistry of Creation (S)
6.30 The Chemistry of the Invisible Ends 7.00am. (S)