Breakfast Ends 9.00.
A visit to the Why Bird Stop to look at round objects. (R)
Double bill of animated underwater adventures. (R)
Featuring a guide to the Euro 2000 football championship. Shown last Friday. BBCl (S) (W)
Cartoon pigeon-pursuing capers. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
Holes in the Ground 6935831 9.15 Storytime (ages 4-5) Peace at Last 6183386 9.30 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Phonics Special: "i-e" (S) 1960928 9.45 Watch (ages
6-7) Homes across Europe: in the Village (Stockbridge) (S)
Clay. TheTubbies watch two boys as they fashion models out of clay. (R) (S)
In and Out. Jake is having problems co-ordinating himself when he dances the hokey cokey.
Shown last Monday BBC1 (S) (W)BBC MAGAZINE: Tweenies, monthly, fl.25 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tweenies
10.50 Instrument Tale (ages 7-11) The Orchestra: Clarinets and Phantoms (S) 1036164 11.10 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Anglo-Saxons: Anglo-Saxon Monks 3143386 11.30
Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What Up with Alex? (part 3) (S) 8305 12.00 Ghostwriter (ages 10-12) What's Up with Alex? (part 4) (S)
Weekday consumer news, with Adrian Chiles , Adam Shaw.
Live action from the opening day of the prestigious Stella Artois men's championship at Queen's Club, London, a tournament that provides a stern test on grass for many of the world's top players as they prepare for Wimbledon, which begins in two weeks. i The first-class field is expected to include defending champion Pete Sampras , who is returning to his favourite surface after a first-round exit at the French
Open. Australia's big-hitting former Queen's champion Mark Philippoussis , who accounted for Sampras in Paris, and British duo Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski will also be hoping to mount strong challenges.
Introduced by Sue Barker.
Commentary from John Barrett , Bill Threlfall , Pat Cash , Peter Fleming and Chris Bailey.
Executive producer Barbara Slater
Executive editor Dave Gordon (W)
, WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
Including, at 3.20, News
Regional News (S) Weather
Inter-schools game show. This week William Howard school from Cumbria face Southmuir school from Angus. Hosted by Sally Gray.
Repeated Friday at 7.45am (S)
Hat-maker Philip Treacy displays his latest extraordinary creations, Simon Thomas explores the House of Commons and "Blue Peter" resident horticulturist Clare Bradley plants out a herb garden. Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am
Shown at 1.45pm on BBC1 (S)
Bart the General. After being bullied at school by Nelson,
Bart turns to Grampa for advice. (R) (S) A Simpsons double bill starts on Friday at 6pm
Will Gets a Job. Will tries to keep his new part-time job a secret from the rest of the family. (R) (S)
Mind the Baby. Despite the grave danger to everyone on board the ship, Moya is determined to return to the asteroid belt in search of her son Talyn. (S)
Explorations of how design innovations affect daily life. The Word. Professor Janice Kirkpatrick discovers a link between Egyptian hieroglyphs and a US intelligence agency as she traces how technology has developed to both aid and control methods of communication.
Producer Tim Niel (S) (W)
The occasional series profiling women comedians honours Mollie Sugden , who made her name as the fearsome Mrs Slocombe in Are You Being Served? and the snooty Mrs Hutchinson in The Liver Birds. Contributors include John Inman
, Jimmy Perry , David Croft and Julie Goodyear.
Director/Producer Bob Portway (R) (S) Mollie Sugden appears in The Liver Birds tomorrow at 8.30pm
Weekly natural-history zone. Ends 9.30.
Series producer Paul Appleby : Editor Fiona Pitcher [web address removed]
The Natural World: Elephants of the Sand River
Namibia's deserts are among the driest places on Earth, yet herds of elephants survive there, embarking on great migrations in search of small, life-saving, pools of water. See Choice. Producers Martyn Colbeck and Brian Leith
Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)
Aficionados enthuse about British nature.
The Ancient Briton. This week Ted Green talks about a 600-year-old oak tree in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire - older than Windsor Castle and weighing 50 tons.
Producer Simon Roberts ; Series producer Paul Appleby (S) (W)
Grendon. Inmates convicted of shocking, violent crimes are housed at Grendon Underwood in Buckinghamshire. Yet every prisoner is there voluntarily. They are accepted from other jails on condition that they undergo a radical form of group therapy. Narrated by Bill Paterson. See Choice. Producer Jonathan Stamp ; Executive producer Laurence Rees (S) (W)
Wrecked. A birthday boy almost succeeds in chatting up a beautiful blonde - but then disaster intervenes.
Girl Joanne Sherryden
Guy Robert Dunn
Written and directed by Eric Christiansen
Producer Solon Papadopoulos (S) (W)
With Kirsty Wark. Including at 11.00 News headlines.
Editor Sian Kevill (S)
The generation-defining drama series about a group of young lawyers living in London returns for a repeat showing, featuring all 32 episodes in a continuous run. Contains some strong language and nudity. See Choice. This week's episodes written by Amy Jenkins and Richard Zajdlic Producer Jane Fallon ; Directors Audrey Cooke and Sam Miller
For cast see Tuesday and Thursday (R) (S) Football-free zone: page 27
Political news, with Michael Dobbs.
Editor Jon Williams
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Meaning in Abstract Art (S)
1.00 Caribbean Poetry The Literary and Oral Traditions
1.30 Citizens of the World (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 Religious Education Christianity in Britain - how religious beliefs affect lives. Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 5-8)
Working in Retail 5.00 Customer Care and Selling Open University 6.00 Slaves and Noble Savages (S)
6.30 Le Corbusier and the Villa La Roche (S) 60936 .