An extended edition of pre-school fun. (S)
Animated antics with the mischievous babies. (R) (S)
Comedy-drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal. (S)
Continuing the animated series. Ruck escapes from the Alliance. (S)
The family make plans for Harmony's going-away party. Cast and next episode tomorrow at
4.35pm on BBC1 (R) (S) (W)
Kate and Sarah get chickenpox, Simon's in trouble at school and Dad has to deliver a baby. Cast and next episode on Wednesday at
4.35pm on BBC1 (R) (S) (W)
In an extended outing from the Live and Kicking segment, Trey Farley meets bubbly pop group S Club 7.
ontinuingthe series that takes a light-hearted look at the generation gap. Dan Corsi of Northern Line and his mum Sherry discuss their experiences of the age divide. (W)
Continuing the run of double episodes from the last series. Arnie suffers from a broken heart and Spencer is driven to desperate measures to find food.
Written by Tanika Gupta (R) (S)
More mechanical warfare.
Shown last Friday (S)
Josie d'Arby, Vernon Kay, Joe Mace and Lisa Rogers present the live pop show, featuring news, performances and chat from some of the biggest names in music. Viewers can e-mail questions for the stars at: firstname.lastname@example.org (S) (W)
TOTP 2 is on Wednesday at 6pm
Shaun Ley presents the political programme for the capital and the South East. E-MAIL: email@example.com REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by John Inverdale.
1.35 Rallying Coverage of the final day of the Rally of Great Britain, hosted by the city of Cardiff, which concludes this year's World Rally championship. The latter part of the season has been dominated by Finland's Marcus Gronholm , but British driver Richard Burns should still be in with a chance of taking the top prize. Steve Rider ,
Tiff Needell and Mark James provide the commentary.
2.30 Ruby Union Wales v South Africa Live action from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (kickoff 3pm) as Wales take on the Springboks under their new coach Harry Viljoen. The form of Welsh sides in the European
Cup points to a more successful season for the national side.
Commentary from Bill McLaren and Jonathan Davies.
4.45 Snooker Fu rther coverage from Bournemouth of the UK championship with Ronnie O'Sullivan among those hoping to make a strong impression.
Clive Everton and Ray Edmonds commentate. (S)
Producer Sharon Lence : Executive editor Dave Gordon (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Continuing the wildlife strand. Ends6.45.
Senes producer Paul Appleby : Editor Fiona Pitcher
Andes to Amazon: on Location Continuing the behind-the-scenes look at the making of the new natural history series Andes to Amazon, which continues tomorrow at 9pm.
Producer Deborah Hinnigan (S) (W)
5.25 Big Cat Diary 2000 After a two-year break, Simon King and Jonathan Scott are back tracking the big cats in Kenya's Masai Mara in the first of an eight-part series.
Producer Keith Scholey : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher (S) (W)
5.55 Natural World Madagascar- Land of Lemurs. A film following the devil-may-care lives of lemurs, one of the many charismatic species that have evolved in isolation
- on the island of Madagascar. See Choice.
Producers Andrew Young and Susan Todd : Series editor Neil Nightingale
Steve Rider presents highlights of the final day, which is also the climax of this year's world championship.
The weekly cultural strand. Ends 9.00.
Changing Stages 1956. Richard Eyre continues his story of theatre by recalling the between-the-wars drawing-room dramas of Noël Coward and Terence Rattigan , followed by the impact of the gritty new postwar writing heralded by John Osborne 's Look Back in Anger. Featuring interviews with David Hare , Harold Pinter and Arthur Miller.
Director Chris Granlund ; Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W)
8.20 Review Mark Lawson and guests discuss the week's cultural highlights on stage, screen and in print.
Series producer Mark Bell (S) (W)
8.50 Dance for the Camera RIP. Dutch dance foursome Hans Hof
Ensemble choreographed this short about a group of siblings at the funeral of their parents who make a surprise discovery The series continues early next year.
Director Annick Vroom : Producer Hans De Wolf (S) (W)
Another dose of the topical news quiz with regulars Angus Deayton , Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Shown last Friday on BBCl (S) (W)
Concluding the rerun of the Asian comedy sketch series. With Sanjeev Bhaskar , Meera Syal , Kulvinder Ghir and Nina Wadia. Director Nick Wood : Producer Anil Gupta (R) (S) (W)
Action drama. At a supposedly weapon-free conference of New York gangs, the leader of the "Riffs" is shot dead - murder that is wrongly blamed on the "Warriors", who then face a perilous journey home to Coney Island - -with rival gangs hot on theirtrail. Widescreen.
Director Walter Hill (1979, 18) (S) (W) Rims: pp 78-84****
Robots Killerhurtz, Destruct-a-Bubble,
Splinter and Centurion fight for a place in the semi-finals. Director Stuart McDonald ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
Shown last Friday (S)
Jeremy Clarkson is joined by guests MP
Tony Banks and never-say-die rock band Status Quo.
Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
Highlights of the final of the Open tournament from the Brighton Centre, where Britain's Tim Henman will be hoping to be in contention. Ends 1.30am.
Repeats are not indicated.
Secondary Schools 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: Physics (S)
Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (parts 1 and 2) -Japanese for beginners
Working in Health and Care 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 The Palazzo Pubblico, Siena (S)
6.30 Smithson and Serra Ends 7.00am. (S)