Classic time-travelling adventures. (R)
Poppy, Peggy and Why have fun at the pond. (R)
7.35 The Busy World of Richard Scarry
A trio of Busytown tales. (R)
8.00 Dastardly and Muttley
More animated pigeon-chasing. (R)
8.20 Against All Odds
With sign language and in-vision subtitles. Shown yesterday on BBC1 at 5.10pm (S) (W)
Conclusion of yesterday's story. (R) (S)
Including a guide to starting a band. (R) (S)
9.35 Little Bear
10.00 Teletubbies: Paddling Pool
The Tubbies watch some children playing in water. (R) (S)
BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD, price £10.99, and cassette, £7.99
10.30 Tweenies: Cafe
Bella makes tea for the other Tweenies when she creates a cafe. (R) (S) (W)
Comedy. A young priest gets into all sorts of trouble after the church funds are gambled and lost on a horse race.
Director Bruce Bison (1979. U) (S)5864 Films: pp 60-68
Financial updates, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. CEEFAX: page
Ends 1.30. The friendly postman delivers the wrong parcel to the Major by mistake. (R)
Animated prehistoric tales. (R)
Angela Rippon appeals on behalf of Friends for Young Deaf People. For donation details see Sunday at 5pm on BBC1 (S)
Comedy. The English throne has been usurped by the evil Roderick. As part of a royalist plan to restore the rightful heir, the jester Giacomo's place is taken by the bumbling but loyal minstrel Hawkins. Widescreen.
Directors Norman Panama and Melvin Frank (1956, U) (S) (W)Films: pp 60-68 ****
Series in which amateur gardeners' horticultural queries are fielded by an expert panel.
With Mark Jeffries. (S)
Home Truths. Esther Rantzen hears how lives were changed for ever when deep family secrets came to light. (S)
Cookery challenge. (R) (S)
Another chance to see the series in which Sophie Grigson creates bargain meals bursting with colour and flavour. (R) (S)
Lloyd Farmar performs a makeover on a church hall for a wedding reception. (R) (S)
A rerun of the classic firstseries of space adventures begins with the original pilot episode, made in 1964. The Cage. Captain Christopher Pike of the USS
Enterprise is captured by an alien race. (R) (S) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is tomorrow at 6pm
Dick Solomon of the Indiana Solomons. Dick rekindles an old feud after accepting an invitation to attend the Solomon family reunion with Mary and the others. (S)
In a Black Britain special, Kurt Barling examines the colourful and controversial life of the late Bernie Grant -
Britain's first black MP, champion of racial equality and thorn in the side of Thatcher. Among those contributing are fellow Labour MPs Jack Straw and Paul Boateng.
Producer Arlen Harris ; Executive producer Clive Edwards (S)
Ainsley Harriott 's quest for the world's best barbecue ideas. South Africa. Harriott samples a seven-course al fresco seafood banquet and prepares cumin-crusted butternut squash, butterflied studded leg of lamb, peppered-tuna-and-sweet-potato chips, and Ainsley's mulled mussels.
Director Ben Warwick ; Producer Roulla Xenides (R) (S) BBC BOOK: Ainsley Harriott 's 's Barbecue Bible, £14.99 from retailers
Wedding Bells. In the last programme of the series, Jamie Oliver and fiancee Jules entertain their respective future in-laws. Among the dishes Oliver prepares are linguine with olive oil, salmon fillet wrapped in prosciutto with herby lentils, and campari-and-passion-fruit sorbet. See Choice. Director Paul Ratcliffe ; Series producer Patricia Llewellyn
Repeated next Saturday (S) (W) Jamie Oliver 's salmon fillet wrapped in prosciutto: page 37
Spike Milligan selects items he would like to see banished from the world. The veteran comedian explains to presenter Paul Merton why Portsmouth, muzak and soap operas are among the irritants that loom very large on his hate list.
Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer Toby Stevens (R) (S)
Journalist Peter Taylor concludes his investigation into the undercover operation that has been waged during the Troubles by Britain's intelligence officers against the IRA. Holding the Line. Taylor reveals how pressure from British intelligence helped to bring the IRA to the negotiating table. But what are the prospects for lasting peace? See Choice. Producer Sam Collyns ; Executive producer Peter Horrocks (S) (W)
Tom and Marianne. A female employee and her boss share an eventful ride home in a taxi. Last in the series.
Written by Amelia Bullmore ; Producers Chris Clough and Jake Lushington ; Director Susan Tully (S) (W)
With Jeremy Paxman. At 11.00 News headlines, (sj
Sour Grapes. Against the backdrop of a vineyard in Provence, France, a group of modern Europeans discuss how they communicate through the medium of wine. (S) EUtopia continues tomorrow at 11.20pm
Children's Parties. Three families leave no expense spared to give offspring an occasion to remember. (R) (S) The series continues tomorrow at 11.50pm
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Bangkok: a City Speaks (S) 11352 1.00
Images over India (S) 52772 1.30 Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count? -various viewpoints of health and well-being. (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 Expressive Arts
Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (part 5); Talk Spanish (parts 1-2) - short language course for beginners.
Working in Retail 5.00 Number and Learning Skills Open University 6.00 Open Advice Time for You (S)
6.30 Water Is for Fighting Over Ends7.00am. (S)