Why's workshop is affected by a power cut. (R)
7.20 Top Cat
TC is annoyed when Dibble gets a police dog. (R)
7.45 Blue Peter
Shown last Friday, BBC1 (S) (W)
8.15 Funky Phantom
Creepy capers with the groovy ghost. (R)
8.35 The Busy World of Richard Scarry
A triple bill of animated fun. (R)
9.00 Fireman Sam
The fire station's brass band is in desperate need of practice. (R)
Classic comedy double bill.
Sergeant Hogan is tired of coming second to Bilko's love for poker. (BW) (R)
9.35 Papa Bilko
Bilko has to look after a young girl from France. (BW) (R)
Ends 10.50. Barbecue. The Tubbies watch a boy and his grandad build a barbecue. (R) (S)
Milo finds his very own dragon.
Shown last Monday BBC1 (S) (W)
BBC magazine: Tweenies, monthly, Â£1.25
Website: [web address removed]
Crime drama, beginning a short season of Dick Powell films.
On his release from the Canadian Air Force, Laurence Gerard relentlessly searches for the Nazi collaborator Marcel Jarnac who was responsible for the death of Gerard's wife.
(1945) (BW) (S)
(Station West is tomorrow at 11am)
Films: pp 56-63 ***
Ends 1.30. Cartoon fun with the curious cub and his pals. (R)
Animated stories with the nocturnal fantasyfigures. (R)
Mark James presents coverage of the Catalonia Rally.
Shown yesterday on Sunday Grandstand at3.25pm
Western adventure, beginning a week of Love in the Afternoon films, starringClark
Gable. A pioneering trapper hunting beaver in the territory of the Blackfoot tribe marries
Kamiah, a Blackfoot girl, as insurance. He then falls in love with her, but their happiness is threatened by another tribe.
Director William Wellman (1951) (S) Films: pp 56-63 ***
Esther debates the issues of crime and punishment. (S)
Chefs are challenged to create a meal in 20 minutes. (R) (S)
RECIPES: see Ceefax page
Weekday series in which Esther McVey and Lowri Turner visit the UK's shopping centres.
Sweet Seymour Skinner 's Baadasssss Song. Skinner is fired as school principal. (R) (S)
Through the Looking Glass. Moya is distressed with the crew's squabbling about leaving the ship and each other.
Repeated next Sunday (S)
Writer William Dalrymple continues his journey across India with a look at Delhi's colourful and often turbulent history. City of Djinns. Dalrymple investigates the ancient tradition of Sufism and its effect on religious toleration between Hindus and Muslims. He also examines the legend of those mythical spirits, the Djinns. See Choice.
Director/Producer Hugh Thomson (S) (W)
Concluding the series in which eight neighbouring households transform theirgardens, with Diarmuid Gavin and Ali Ward. Kay and Billy throw a seventies theme party the night before the grand opening of the gardens to the public.
Director Nicola Silk ; Producer Rachel Innes-Lumsden (R) (S)
Aberystwyth University takes on Durham University in the third of the quarter-finals. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Vernon Antcliff : Producer Peter Gwyn (S)
A two-part adaptation of Gustave Flaubert 's classic novel, starring Frances O'Connor as adulteress Emma Bovary.
- Expelled from convent school, Emma Rouault resumes life at home with her widowed father. Yearning for romance, she is soon swept off her feet by the handsome Dr Bovary. After they marry she finds their union to be lacking in the passion she craves, and so her affections begin to wander. Contains some nudity. Concludes tomorrow at 9pm.
Adapted by Heidi Thomas ; Producers Tony Redston and Bernard Krichefski
Director Tim Fywell (S) (W) Deja View with Mark Lewisohn : page 15; A very modem madame: page 20; Programme of the week: page 69
Sister Marie Paul:
Our Friends in the Norse. The radical historian travels to
Newcastle to find out about the Vikings.
Director Sean Grundy ; Series producer Tom Ware (S)
With Kirsty Wark. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
Editor Sian Kevill (S)
By the Liberal Democrat Party. With sign language and in-vision subtitles.
The first of this week's five classic programmes from previous series of the music show in preparation for the new series beginning on Saturday. Tonight's programme is highlights of the REM special from 1998. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Producer Mark Cooper
Revised repeat (S) (W) Producer Mark Cooper on Later, page 40
Political analysis, with Steve Richards.
Series editor Alexandra Henderson
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Portuguese Voyages of Discovery (S) 75508 1.00 Building the Perfect Beast (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: Business Studies Languages 4.00 Get By in Spanish (part 2)
Working in Health and Care 5.00 Management and Business Open University 6.00 Living with Drought (S) Ends 7.00am.