Peggy Patch and Mark explore a model town. (R)
A double bill of animated underwater adventures. (R)
7.50 Blue Peter
A look back on Katy Hill 's five years on the programme plus her own favourite moments. Shown yesterday 5.10pm (S) (W)
8.15 The Puppy's New Adventures
Animation. The cute canine and his pals help the police. (R)
Animated fun with the Moomins and their friends in storm-tossed Moomin Valley.
Presenter (Blue Peter):
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Hands Up! (ages 3-7) Transport 6602551 9.15 Hands Up!: Storytime (ages 4-5) Sweetie- with sign language.6869754 9.25 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5) Up in the Air
9.45 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Judaism: the Family (S)
Ends 10.50. Tram (Cable Car). The
Tubbies watch two girls go on a tram ride in San Francisco. (R) (S) www.bbc.co.uk/education/teletubbies
Building Blocks. When piles of books arrive in the playroom, the Tweenies use them to build towers.
Shown last Thursday BBC1 (S) (W)
10.50 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less: Three Less (S)
4500483 11.05 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less: Five Less (S)
6827990 11.20 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Ancient Greece: the Olympic Games (S) 6839735 11.40 Look and Read
(ages 7-9) (S) 2499735 12.00 Look and Read (ages 7-9) (S)
12.20 Landmark Shorts (ages 9-11) Karkonosze Forest, Poland
News of the latest events in the consumer arenas, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
The gang decide to surprise Bob on his birthday. (R)
Sue Barker introduces action from Devonshire Park in Eastbourne of this year's Direct Line ladies' championship.
With Wimbledon starting next
Monday, this tournament provides many of the world's top female players with the chance to get in some valuable grass-court practice before the tennis world decamps to SW19.
John Barrett , Virginia Wade,
David Mercer and Jana Novotna occupy the commentary box.
Senior producer Chris Lewis (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
The day's events in Parliament, plus the chance for viewers to quiz politicians on the phone-in. With Diana Madill. (S) CONTACT DETAILS: phone 0345 (calls charged at the local rate), fax
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Tennis Quarter-final coverage of the ladies' championship from Devonshire Park in Eastbourne. Royal Ascot The Gold Cup, arguably the racing calendar's most gruelling test of stamina, is set for the off at 3.45. Enzeliwon last year for the Aga Khan after holding off Invermark and Kayf Tara. Plus coverage of the 4.20. Hosted by Clare Balding.
Page and Plant join the Corrs, the Mavericks and Lionel Richie in another trawl through the Top of the Pops vaults. Producer Mark Hagen (R) (S) BBC CD: a double album of tracks from the programme is now available. Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
Equilibrium. Concerned colleagues take Dax back to her home planet when she begins to exhibit unusual talents and aggressive tendencies. (R) (S)
Robert Elms reports on the airline pilot trainees as they fly a big jet for the first time and Alain de Cadenet has some lessons from aerobatic champion Alan Wade. Meanwhile, Vicky Kimm has just five hours to help send a 747 back to New Zealand complete with new passengers, cargo and fuel. Series producer Basi Akpabio ; Executive producer Peter Hytton Cleaver (R) (S)
Kevin McCloud travels to Liverpool to climb the monumental Anglican cathedral. The structure was the life's work of Giles Gilbert Scott , but it wasn't completed until 17 years after his death, which was, in itself, 75 years since work began. Before climbing the outside to the top of the 150ft bell tower, McCloud examines the inside and stands beneath the highest gothic arches ever built. Last in series. Director Niall Downing ; Series producer Orla Doherty (S) (W) Alison Graham 's TV review: page 50
Who Killed the British Car Industry? Jeremy Clarkson investigates the decline of the British car industry since the boom time of the fifties. He lays the blame for the decay on the Triumph Stag, a car that he describes as being beautiful to behold but ruined by a terrible engine - summing up all that was wrong with British Leyland. See Choice.
Director Ewan Keil ; Series producer Richard Pearson (S) (W) Polly Toynbee : page 18
Three would-be travel writers - Tilly Ware , Hamish Healy and Rachel Suddart - are sent to separate destinations - South Africa, Louisiana and Jordan -to research and write a 2,000-word piece for a Lonely Planet travel guide. The writer adjudged to have best captured the sights and sounds of their assignment will be commissioned for a career-launching new book. Narrated by Nick Moran.
Producer Southan Morris ; Executive producer David Young (S) (W)
Concluding a two-part profile of one of Britain's best-loved comics, first shown as part of the Reputations strand. This programme explores the ways in which Williams turned his own personality into part of his act by surrounding his private unhappiness with public humour. Producer Liz Hartford; Series editor Janice Hadlow (R) (S)
With Kirsty Wark. At 11.00 News headlines, (sj
Just Sex. The souring of Warren's romance convinces him that honesty is the best policy. Meanwhile, Jerry finds an unexpected ally in the form of Anna.
More cast on Tuesday Continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (R) (S)
Man in park:
Presented by Steve Richards.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 The Next Big Thing A Theory of Everything 75507 1.00 The Incredible Shrinking Chip (S) 65052 1.30
Background Brief 2724101 1.45 What Have the Nineties Ever Done for Us? 9225965 2.00 The Mammalian Kidney (S) 76743 2.30 Scaling the Salt Barrier (S) 958783.00 Designs for Living (S) Curriculum Development 3.30 Literacy The Write Way (part 2)-improving non-fiction writing skills.
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 17-20) -language lessons. With in-vision subtitles.
Working in Retail 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 Gender Matters (S)
6.30 Waving Not Drowning Ends 7am.