Karl has an accident and breaks a window. (R)
Animation. Taz tries to give up reading comics. (R)
7.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
Comic chases with the cat and mouse. (R)
8.10 Clever Creatures
Another action-packed puppet challenge contest. Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.35 Bruno the Kid
The computer whizkid must find a missing disk that is of global importance. (R)
More topical debate. (R) (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Simon Biagi and the team turn a gloomy Croydon dining room into a light family room. (R) (S)
Antiques dealer David Dickinson tests teams of amateur collectors in Harrogate. (R) (S) (W) Followed by News (S) and Weather
Drama starring Hayley Mills as one of three youngsters on a Lancashire farm who discover a man hidden in their barn and are certain that he is Jesus Christ.
Director Bryan Forbes (1961. PG)
(BW) (S) Films: pp 60-68 **** Growing pains: page 54
Alex Tastes Death and Finds a Nice Restaurant. Alex decides to become a waiter. (R) (S)
Ends 1.30. Tales of the loch-dwelling monster family. (R)
A triple bill of cartoon fun with the small bear.
The Bee Team. David Attenborough narrates this film about the life cycle of Kenya's bee eaters, revealing one of the most complex societies yet discovered in the world of birds. (R) (S)
Clare Balding introduces a four-race card on the fourth and final day of live coverage from
Goodwood. Starts are at 2.15,
2.45 and 3.20. with at 3.50 the renamed Molecomb Stakes marking the Queen Mother's
100th birthday. And the birthday celebrations continue with a special feature acknowledging her love of and contribution to horse racing. (W) Including at 3.00 News
Regional News (S) Weather
Alan Titchmarsh admires the beautiful gardens of West Green House in Hampshire.
(Revised R) (S) (W)
Culinary contest. (R) (S)
Today's recipes include salmon on a bed of rocket, and sorrel and cucumber soup. (R) (S)
Delia Smith prepares risotto carbonara and spicyjambalaya. Last in the series. (R) (S)
Radioactive Man. Bart and Milhouse compete for the part of Fallout Boy in a new Hollywood movie. (5)
6.20 Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily. Welfare workers declare Homer and Marge unfit parents. (S)
Geoffrey discovers that his new love is a wealthy heiress and not a domestic servant as he first thought. (R) (S)
Another chance to follow David Attenborough 's incredible six-part journey into the world of plants.
Travelling. A look at the ingenious techniques employed by plants to help them travel and find new homes.
Producer Neil Nightingale ; Executive producer Mike Salisbury (R) (S)
A new eight-part series that returns to chronicle events at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, the stately home of Lord and LadyTavistock. This week, there's an emotional visit to the family mausoleum, while a new under-butler begins work. Producer Paul Sommers ; Director Nigel Farrell (S) (W) Programme of the week: page 73
From Barnsdale in Hampshire. Alan Titchmarsh dispenses more gardening tips. Plus Ivan Hicks uncovers the attractions of the butterfly bush or buddleia; Gay Search visits a garden designer's London haven; Chris Beardshaw profiles that spectacular herbaceous perennial the day lily; while Ali Ward shows how to make a fire pit for a patio. Executive producer Tony Laryea ; Series producer Colette Foster (S) (W) Alan Trtchmarsh on the gardens of stately homes - Gardening: p 38
A new eight-part series of the show in which Paul Merton adjudges whether guests pet hates should be consigned to oblivion. Tonight Kathy Burke tries to dispose of, among otherthings, mobile phones and Jeffery Archer. See Choice. Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer Richard Wilson
Repeated next Tuesday on BBC (S) (W)
A new six-part comedy series about a large Irish family whose house is half in Northern Ireland and half in the Republic. The Wake. The Fitzgerald family rally round when Ma decides to have a dry run of her funeral. See Choice.
Written by Owen O'Neill ; Producer Claudia Lloyd ; Director John Birkin
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)
This week's guests on the pop quiz are comic actor
Vic Reeves , Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles , frontman with Silversun James Broad and comedian Bill Bailey.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Richard Wilson (R) (S) (W)
Analysis of the day's news stories, presented by Sarah Montague. Including, at 11.00, News Headlines. (S)
Shown on Wednesday at 6.50pm (S)
Nomy, the cyber-infomaniac search engine, checks out the best entertainment options in the UK.
Executive producer Rowena Goldman; Series producer Nick Beddows
Skel in a Cell. A prisoner dies in custody. (S)
12.50 Queens fora Day. Santoro is promoted, and McElwaine is retiring. Last in the current series. (S)
Satirical comedy. A news-hungry reporter hears about a young woman with a fatal disease and sees a chance to make front-page news. Ends 2.55am. DirectorWilliamWellman(1937.U) (S) Films: pp 60-68 ***
Dynamo Key Stage 1: Science 1 - for five- to seven-year-olds looking at people, plants and animals. Ends 5.00am.