Peggy, Why and Poppy follow the snail trail. (R)
Animation. Bull and Axl try capturing Taz by using a shrinking device. (R)
7.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
High-speed antics with the cat and mouse. (R)
8.10 The Really Wild Show
The animal programme spotlights birds of prey, a 150-year-old tortoise, lemurs and dancing birds, and documents the journey of a salmon. (R) (S)
8.35 C Bear and Jamal
Animated adventures with the stuffed teddy and his friend. (R)
Studio debate hosted by Robert Kilroy-Silk . (R) (S) Followed by News (S) and Weather
The makeover team transform a gardener's hallway in Welsh border country. (R) (S)
David Dickinson challenges amateur antiques collectors to select bargains from an antiques fair and sell them at an auction. (R) (S) (W)
Followed by News (S) and Weather
Biographical drama starring Raymond Massey.
The story of the early days of Abraham Lincoln, following him from his roots as a peace-loving backwoodsman to his career as a lawyer, and through to his increasing involvement with politics on the way to his triumphant Presidency.
(1940) (BW) (S)
Films: pp 58-63 ***
Tips from the fashion and beauty show. (S)
Ends 1.30. A triple bill of ursine fun for very young children.
Animated skeleton fun. Big and Little decide to visit the dark dinosaur museum. (R)
Clips from the gardening makeover show. (S)
Romantic drama starring Rosalind Russell and Fred MacMurray. Tonie Carter is a woman in the man's world of thirties aviation who proves to be an indomitable character, even in the face of heartache. Director Lothar Mendes (1943)
(BW) (S) Films: pp 58-63 **
Are Children Better or Worse
Than They Used to Be? Esther Rantzen and her guests consider today's children and ask if they are unfairly treated by the media. (R) (S)
Cookery challenge show. (R) (S)
The top chef sizzles up another storm in a wok. (R) (S)
Rick Stein visits a cookery school where children learn to prepare three-course meals.
Invasion. In a wrecked world, Quinn brings down a strange aerial craft piloted by repugnant Kromaggs. (R) (S)
Defiant. Commander Riker hijacks Deep Space Nine, seemingly as part of a Maquis plot to coerce the Cardassians into invading the Neutral Zone. (R) (S)
Back in Fashion. Albert hoards old clothing, causing much mirth for Harold. But it is Albert that has the last laugh. Written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson ; Producer Douglas Argent
(BW) (R) (S)
Alain de Cadenet and Julian Tutt visit Rendcomb, a restored airfield in Gloucestershire, and take a helicopter ride with its co-owner Nick Mason , drummer with Pink Floyd. There's also a nail-biting demonstration of wing-walking, a flight in a vintage Gypsy Moth biplane and footage of RAF VClOs refuelling aeroplanes in mid-air.
Executive producer Peter Hylton Cleaver (S) (W)
Ice Warrior. Kevin Powell decides to quit his job designing futuristic weapons in order to develop a high-tech bomb which can dislodge the snow build-ups that cause avalanches. Armed only with his life savings and an obsession with blowing things up, he begins testing in Utah but it proves expensive and problematic and with the family home at stake, Kevin is acutely aware of the need to succeed.
Director William Hicklin ; Series producer Bill Grist (S) (W)
Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by former editor of The Daily Telegraph Lord Deedes and controversial author Will Self on a rerun of the satirical quiz with Angus Deayton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Colin Swash (R) (S) (W)
Mark Lamarr launches another broadside on a topical issue, as joumalist/would-be MP Boris Johnson and writer/broadcaster Darcus Howejoin him to assess British attitudes to Europe. Director John L Spencer ; Series producer Richard Wilson (S) (W)
Raging Pig. After losing money, Beach launches an inquiry into corruption in boxing. Promoter Frank Warren guest-stars.
Written and produced by Dominic Anciano. Hugo Blick and Ray Burdis
Directors Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis (S) (W)
Det Insp Beach:
Det Supt Ash:
PC Mark Kemp:
Sgt Dominic de Sade:
With Sarah Montague. Including, at 11.00, a roundup of the news headlines. (S)
Freudian Tips. Sir Clement Freud takes viewers on a guided tour of his favourite British gambling haunts: from the privileged halls of Aintree on Grand National day to the tacky glamour of the restaurant box at Wimbledon dog track. Director Stuart Mitchell Next programme tomorrow 11.20pm (S) (W)
Chelsea Gets an Opinion. Chelsea jumps at the chance to repudiate her "superficial" tag. Featuring former astronaut Buzz Aldrin. For cast see Tuesday (S)
Tiff Needell looks at the distinctly
AM desirable Porsche 911 and the Boxster. (R) (S)
(Repeats are not indicated)
12.30 The Next Big Thing Nanotechnology
1.00 Sex and the Single Gene?
1.30 Final Frontier
1.45 What Have the Seventies Ever Done for Us?
2.00 Plant Growth Regulators
3.00 Patterns in Green Teenagers and Families
3.30 Living with Teenagers
4.00 Learning Languages
Working in Sport and Leisure
5.00 Communication and Study Skills
Improving skills and learning how to learn.
6.00 The Cretaceous Greenhouse World: Poles Apart
Ends 7.00am. (S)