Adventures with the clumsy little penguin. (R)
An extended edition of pre-school fun. (S)
Bert Raccoon reports some strange happenings in Evergreen Forest. (R) (S)
More mischief with the rebellious boy. (R) (S)
Comedy-drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (S)
An old flame of Winston's appears. (R) (S)
Simon goes out to a gig, leaving Kate stewing at home.
Cast and next episode on Wednesday at 4.35pm on BBC1 (R) (S) (W)
Peppermint Patty is upset that her school work is never given a gold star. (R)
Animated adventures with the toddlers. Spike the dog runs away. (R) (S)
In an extended outing from the Live and Kicking segment Trey Farley travels to New York to meet the Backstreet Boys ahead of their new album release and worldwide tour.
Docu-dramain in which young people enact simulated youth-court trials. This week a 15-year-old boy is accused of shooting a swan. (S)
Another bout of mechanical warfare as Gemini, Berserk 2, the Creature, Inverterbrat,
Tornado and Kater Killer do battle for a place in the semi-finals.
Shown last Friday (S)
Josie d'Arby, Vernon Kay, Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers present the live show which delves into the world of pop. Catching music artists performing for Top of the Pops and chatting to them backstage, the team also reports on the week's hottest music news.
Viewers can e-mail questions for the stars at: firstname.lastname@example.org Series producer Gary August; Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) TOTP2 is on Wednesday at 6pm
Shaun Ley presents a new-look political programme for the capital and the South East. REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Introduced by Steve Rider. Rugby League World Cup Wales v New Zealand Live coverage from Cardiff's
Millennium Stadium as Wales take on New Zealand in the final match of group 2 (kickoff 3pm). The Welsh side will, as always, take their lead from captain lestyn Harris, though New Zealand will prove to be tough opposition. Jon Champion and Jonathan Davies commentate.
The match is preceded by extended highlights of Ireland's clash with the New Zealand Maoris starting at 1.35pm, and also of the match between
Lebanon and the Cook Islands at 2.15pm. Ray French and Dave Woods commentate. (W)
Classic seventies comedy. Mutiny. Tom and Barbara's troubles are dwarfed by those experienced by Margo and Jerry. Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey (R) (S)
Continuing the wildlife strand. Ends 7.00. Series producer Paul Appleby ; Editor Fiona Pitcher WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Wildlife Showcase Heartbeat of the Forest. Joaquin Guitterez Acha's film follows the wildlife of a forest in southern Spain, where each spring short-toed eagles arrive from Africa to feed on the many snakes and lizards that live there.
Series producer Paul Appleby (R) (S) (W)
Seals off the Map. On a small island west of the Hebrides a small group of scientists study the breeding behaviour of grey seals.
Producer Paul Appleby (S)
Big Red Roos. Documentary following a female kangaroo and her joey as they struggle over the course of a year in the harsh conditions of the Australian outback in Sturt National Park, New South Wales.
Producers Owen Newman and Amanda Barrett ; Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)
The weekly cultural strand. Ends 8.30.
The Conversation Two well-known figures from the contemporary arts world face a battle of minds as they go head-to-head in a discussion on a topical arts issue.
Producer Mary Sackville-West (S) (W)
The first in a new six-part series in which Richard Eyre gives his personal view of the story of theatre over the last 100 years. This week, he looks at the enduring popularity of Shakespeare, aided by contributions from leading names in the theatre, including Tom Stoppard, Peter Brook, Judi Dench, Arthur Miller, Ian McKellen,
Trevor Nunn, Peter Hall and the late John Gielgud. See Choice.
Producer Roger Parsons : Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W) The play's the thing: page 28
Western starring James Stewart and Robert Ryan.
Howard Kemp, a veteran of the Civil War, is on the trail of killer Ben Vandergroat , determined to claim the $5,000 reward for him - dead or alive. Director Anthony Mann (1953) (S)
Films: pp 78-83 ***
Another chance to see the topical news quiz. Tonight, regulars Angus Deayton, Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by feminist writer and academic Germaine Greer and Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy.
Shown last Friday on BBC1 (S) (W)
To mark BBC2's role in the BBC's Talent initiative, Meera Syal and Sanjeev Bhaskar host the first ever BBC2 Awards ceremony celebrating innovation in the visual arts. With special music guests Blur, plus a chance for viewers to decide on TV's Perfect Moment. See Choice.
Director Janet Fraser Cook : Producer Colm Crowley (S) (W)
Actor and singer David Soul and television presenter Kate Thorntonjoin the regulars Mark Lamarr, Sean Hughes and Phill Jupitus for the irreverent light-hearted pop quiz.
Shown last Friday (S) (W)
Mark Lawson looks at the making of the epic documentary series A History of Britain by Simon Schama, which concludes its current run on Wednesday.
Director/Producer SelinaMehta (S) (W)
More irreverent chat as Jeremy Clarkson meets writer, comedian and film director Ben Elton. Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Study Ireland: Citizenship 2000
4.00 Espana Viva! (parts 6 and 7); Spanish Globo (part 8)
Working In IT
5.00 Communication and Problem Solving
6.00 Population Transition in Italy (S)
6.30 Groupware - So What? Ends 7.00am. (S)