Little Polar Bear
Animated ursine antics set in the Arctic. (R)
The hunt is on for some missing sausages. (R)
Animated antics with the ocean-floor community. (R)
7.50 It'll Never Work
Shown Tuesday 5.10pm BBC1 (S)
8.15 The Puppy's New Adventures
Petey and pals meet a bull. (R)
Everyone is shocked by Little My's bad behaviour.
John Inverdale presents the best of the second day's play.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm (S)
Moon. Two children look into the night sky. (R) (S)
BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD, price Â£10.99, and cassette, Â£7.99
Signs. Fizz discovers a special picture. (R) (S) (W)
Frozen fun with the penguin and family. (R)
Continuing the season of Sherlock Holmes mysteries.
Holmes is asked to safeguard a foreign prince who must return home from London following the death of his father.
Director RoyWilliam Neill (1945)
(BW) (S) The House of Fearis tomorrow at 10.50am Films: pp 62-70 **
Followed by When I Grow Up Young people's views of the future. (S)
Sue Barker introduces live second-round coverage from SW19. Ladies' seeds
Monica Seles , Venus Williams and Anna Kournikova all safely booked their passage into round three at this point last year. Steffi Graf , however, had to go to three sets to subdue the challenge of Marian de Swardt. (S)
Diana Madill presents live coverage from the Commons of Prime Minister's Questions. Series editor Jon Williams
Contact details on Thursday (S)
More from round two of the singles. Spaniards Carlos Moya and Felix Mantilla foundthe Wimbledon grass not to their liking as they crashed out last year. (S)
Another chance to see series first shown last year in which Changing Rooms star Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is challenged to make more decorating dreams come true. Tonight's task involves the flamboyant interior designer bringing the style of a turn-of-the-century French boudoir to a semi-detached house in Blackpool. Intricate curves, delicate shapes, stained-glass Tiffany lamps and ladies with flowing hair and clothes: this is the look that Jenna Roberts wants to transform her bedroom. Much of the inspiration is provided by 19th-century artist
Alphonse Mucha , while further Art Nouveau ideas come courtesy of the Victoria and Albert museum. A few stencils, some stained glass and a bit of MDF apply the finishing touches. Producer Susannah Walker ; Executive producer Linda Clifford (R) (S)
John Sergeant , then the BBC's chief political correspondent, joins presenter Paul Merton in this repeated edition of the series that debates whether to consign celebrities' pet hates into Orwellian oblivion. Sergeant sets his sights on shrink-wrapping and over-attentive waiters, and reveals why he loathes shopping for shoes. See Choice.
Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer Toby Stevens (R) (S) (W)
John Inverdale introduces highlights of today's tennis action, plus reaction from the players who made the news on day three and analysis from the experts. Who will have exceeded expectations and who will be making early exits? Repeated tomorrow at 9am (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
Analysis of the day's major news developments at home and abroad, presented by Jeremy Paxman. Including, at
11.00, News headlines. (S)
The rerun of the drama about a group of young lawyers continues with the first episode of the second series.
Last Tango in Southwark. It's the morning after the series before, and the party that was in full swing at the end of the previous episode has just finished. Sore heads, dry mouths and red faces abound as the five flatmates face up to who slept with whom last night, while unwelcome guests prowl around the rooms helping themselves to cash. Contains strong language and nudity. See Choice.
This week's episodes written by Amy Jenkins and Richard Zajdlic
Producer Jane Fallon ; Directors Sallie Aprahamian and Nigel Douglas For further cast see Tuesday and Thursday
The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (R) (S)
Andrew Neil presents extended highlights of Prime Minister's Question Time from the House of Commons.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Fuelling the Philippines Tiger-can the Philippines compete with its neighbour Malaysia by welcoming multinationals such as Shell while continuing to protect the environment? (S) 11542 1.00 Controlling Carnival Crowds? -an exploration of the psychology of crowd behaviour, based on footage from London's Notting Hill Carnival. (S)
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Being a Teenager 4 - continuing the series of programmes to help cope with teenagers. Languages 4.00 Get By in Portuguese - guide to travel and language skills on the Iberian peninsula.
Working in Hospitality 5.00 Number and Communication Skills - advice and tips on two essential workplace skills.
Open University 6.00 Family Ties: the Story of Adeline Yen Mah tracing the life story of the unwanted daughter in forties Shanghai who became a respected doctor in California, and who recently published her memoirs as Falling Leaves. 46726 6.30 A
Migrant's Heart - theatre director Jatinder Verma , who was bom in Africa and lives in London, embarks on a voyage of self-discovery as he searches for his roots in India. Ends 7.00am. (S)