Trisha has got something very big to wash. (R)
Animated fun. (R)
7.45 The Busy World of Richard Scarry
Animated stories with the inhabitants of Busytown. (R)
8.10 The Puppy's Further Adventures
Animated canine tales. (R)
Animation. Moomin Papa reminisces about Mama.
John Inverdale presents highlights of the men's singles final.
Shown yesterday at 10.30pm (S) 49294 I
Ends 11.00 Maori Singing. The
Tubbies watch some children perform a Maori song. (R) (S)
Old Photograph. The
Tweenies dress as old-fashioned people. (R) (S) (W) BBC MAGAZINE: Tweenies, monthly, £1.25 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/tweenies
Fun with the man ' made of leaves. (R)
Beginning a series of animated adventures. A unicorn searches for her brothers and sisters who are suffering at the hands of an evil king. With the voices of: Directors Arthur Rankin Jr and Jules Bass (1980, U) (S)
The season continues tomorrow with Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland at 11am Films: pp 46-51 **
Schmendrick the Magician:
Ends 1.10. Animated fun with the skeleton family. (R)
Stories from around the world. (R) (S)
Drama starring John Wayne.
Railroad engineer Johnny Munroe risks lives to tunnel through an Andes mountain. But his romance with his boss's daughter is equally perilous.
Director Richard Wallace (1947. U)
Films: pp 46-51
Diana Madill stays in a Scottish lighthouse.
Geoff lays down the paths and prepares beds in his two cottage gardens at Barnsdale. (R) (S)
Green-fingered Alan Titchmarsh plants a native hedge in his
Hampshire garden. (R) (S) (W)
Culinary challenge. (R) (S)
Gary prepares smoked haddock with Welsh rarebit and Aberdeen Angus beef stew. (R) (S)
The 1997 final between Magdalen College, Oxford, and the Open
University. (R) (S)
Homer's Night Out. Homer becomes a dubious celebrity after being pictured with an exotic dancer. (R) (S)
Cased Up. Will is involved in a car accident with Hilary's new boyfriend, Eric. Starring Will Smith. (R) (s) The Simpsons return with a double bill on Friday at 6pm
Taking the Stone. Chiana joins a group who are preoccupied
; with a ritual leap into a deap chasm. (S)
Dear William. Liverpool teenager Barry Hale compares his life and opportunities to those of Prince William as they both reach 18, and makes a direct personal appeal to the royal heir asking him to give up the throne. See Choice.
Producer Colm Martin ; Executive producer Debbie Christie (S)
Weekly natural-history zone. Ends 9.30.
Series producer Paul Appleby : Editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Jungle Nights Nature's nightlife in the rainforest of Belize is not for the faint-hearted-with jaguars, snakes and blood-thirsty bats. But tracking the jungle's undesirables is simply all in a night's work for two American scientists. Producers Carol and Richard Foster (S) (W)
Claws. A global search for the bizarre and the beautiful in the crab world, from the bright blue crabs that march in their thousands across Australia's beaches to the giant specimens that live in the deep sea, and the coral-reef crabs that inhabit sea cucumbers. See Choice.
Producer Steve Nicholls ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)
Young film-maker Charlie Hamilton-James has become an expert on documenting the lives of otters. This film follows him at work on Midsummer's Day, getting into close contact with the otters at Sullom Voe oil terminal in Shetland as they swim among the tankers.
Series producer Paul Appleby (S) (W)
Ice Mummies. Another chance to see this three-part special that unlocks the secrets of ancient frozen bodies. The Ice Maiden. The first programme looks at the young, tattooed body of a woman discovered in a magnificent tomb preserved in the permafrost of the Siberian mountains. She had been buried with six sacrificed horses and is estimated to have lived in 500 BC. The woman provides vital clues to a mysterious people who once roamed the Russian Steppes.
Producer Andrew Thompson ; Series editor BettinaLemer (R) (S) (W)
First of five programmes offering a guided tour through madness and out the other side in the company of eight people who've been there. Tonight, early warning signs are the topic, including encounters with Jesus, rotting
I flesh and seeing the dead in your bedroom.
Producer Alexandra Scott ; Executive producer Ian Macrae (S)
With Jeremy Vine. Including, at 11.00, News headlines.
Editor Sian Kevill (S)
The rerun of the second drama series about the lives and loves of a group of young lawyers in London continues. Warren's imminent departure causes friction among his housemates. Contains strong language. For cast see Tuesday and Thursday
The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (R) (S)
Political news and analysis.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Baptistery, Padua (S) 76237 1.00 The Gentle Sex? 40985 1.30 Open Advice
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Living with Teenagers 2 Languages 4.00 France Inside Out (parts 3-4) Working in Hospitality 5.00 Careers
Open University 6.00 The Magic Flute - the finale of Act 1.94121
6.30 La Bonne Formule - science in France. Ends 7.00am.