Poppy meets a lady who lives in a bottle. (R)
7.20 Heathcliff and Marmaduke
A triple helping of comic cat and dog tales. (R)
7.45 Get Your Own Back
A plunge into gunge beckons for another unlucky adult. Presented by Dave Benson Philips. (R) (S)
8.15 Top Cat
There's a new, jazzy cat in town - can Top Cat trick him into leaving? (R)
8.35 Polka Dot Shorts
olkaroo wants a nap, but Humpty and Dumpty have other plans. (R)
8.45 Postman Pat
Greendale village wins an award. (R)
Presenter ("Get Your Own Back"):
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9.00 ZigZag (ages 7-9) Tudor Life - Food: a Housewife's Story - how food was grown, prepared, preserved and sold. (S) 1264684 9.20 Zig Zag (ages 7-9) Kenya-Food a look at food and farming in Kenya. (S)
1357348 9.40 Landmarks (ages
9-12) Victorian Britain - Home Life - the history of two Victorian homes and the families that lived in them (S)
Two girls meet a flamenco guitarist, who plays them a nursery rhyme.
BBC Music: Teletubbies CD. price £10.99 and cassette, £7.99
Milo turns into a magician. (R) (S) (W) BBC TWEENIES MAGAZINE: published monthly, price £1.25, from newsagents
Jackie Ashley and Michael Crick present live coverage of the Trades Union Congress from
Glasgow. Includes a debate on transport safety. (S)
Ends 1.10. Animated tales. Today the story of Nutley's priceless bone. (R)
The foolish frog turns detective.
Landmarks (ages 9-12) Portrait of Europe -the Rhine in Germany. Visits to a chemical company and a wine festival. (S)
Latest business and consumer news.
Concluding the coverage from Glasgow. Includes a debate on public services. (S)
Life Without Sex. Today's studio discussion is about celibacy.
Esther Rantzen's guests include magazine agony aunt Irma Kurtz , former boxing champion
Colin McMillan , and a married couple who say living without sex has brought them closer together.
Food and fun in the cookery test against the clock, presented by Ainsley Harriott. (S) RECIPES: see Ceefax page
Another round of the general knowledge elimination quiz show, presented by Anne Robinson. (S) (w)
Santana, the Bee Gees, Simply Red, the Temptations and the Human League are among the bands providing this week's archive performances. Hosted by Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen (S) Repeated next Saturday
Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm
Team. Eric's au pair is doing community service, his secretary is more interested in her mobile phone and his department is doomed. Is paintball the answer?
Director Kim Burdon : Producer Carl Gorham Rptd next Sat (S) (W)
Life Support (part 2). A terrible dilemma faces Kira and Bashir - should they save a Bajoran peace treaty with Cardassia, or protect Vedek Bareil 's life? (S)
The first in a new six-part cookery series, in which Ainsley
Harriott aims to produce maximum flavour in minimum time. This week, a pistou pasta, roast onion and rocket salad and calamari, inspired by the cuisine of Italy. See Choice. Director Stuart Bateup : Series producer Sara Kozak (S) (W) BBC BOOK: Ainsley Harriott's Gounnet Express now available, priced £16.99
Fast Show comedian Arabella Weir samples some of Oz Clarke's favourite wines, Liver Birds actress
Nerys Hughes visits schoolboy cook Andrew Nutter and Antony Worrall Thompson cooks salmon en croute. See Choice.
Executive producer Tim Hincks : Series producer Gloria Wood (S) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/foodanddrink
Beefing up the British palate - Food: page 37
Falling in Love.... Again. Tonight's documentary focuses on mature people who refuse to see age as a barrier to romance. They include Olga, who had a holiday romance, 70-year-old David, who makes 56-year-old Lorna act like a "lovesick teenager", and Edna, who is having the time of her life with fellow sexagenarian Harry. See Choice.
Director Lorraine Charker ; Executive producer Lynn Alleway (S) (W)
Dexy's Midnight Runners brought cheerfulness to the charts with Come On Eileen, but their leader Kevin Rowland ran the band like a military organisation. He and former band colleagues look back on their stormy days of stardom.
Director Mike Connolly : Executive producer Mark Cooper (S) (W)
Analysis of the day's major news, with Jeremy Vine.
Including at 11.00 News headlines. (S)
Documentary series showcasing new directors.
Summat Else. Prostitutes turned poets are among the women working at the Doncaster Street Reach Project. The film charts the development and publication of their writing, guided by poet-in-residence Ian McMillan.
Director Marc Jobst : Series editor Peter Symes (S) (W) The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm
The Chicken Roaster. A gift bought on the company's account could cost Elaine dear, while a restaurant's bright light keeps Kramer awake.
For cast see Tuesday Series continues tomorrow at 11.50pm (S)
Followed by Forty Eight Preludes and Fugues Nikolai Demidenko plays Bach's Prelude and Fugue in C sharp minor (Book 2, No 4) and Angela Hewitt plays the Prelude and Fugue in B major (Book 2, No 23). (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Coming Home to Banaba (S)
1.00 Somewhere a Wall Came Dawn (S) 16135 1.30 Psychology in Action Understanding Violence (S)
Teenagers and Families 2.00 Living with Teenagers 2 - a look at youth crime.
Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 1-4)
Work Essentials 5.00 Music and Performance-careers from DJ-ing to dancing.
Open University 6.00 Los Angeles: City of the Future? Ends