Ends 11.15. More fun with the little penguin. (R)
An extended edition of pre-school fun. (S)
More adventures with Noah and his island animal sanctuary. (R) (S)
Kal leaves the island and is captured by Hellegren. (R) (S)
Continuing the animated series. Logan investigates cattle mutilation with the help of a new partner. (S)
Melody tries to catch the eye of a hunky lifeguard. Cast and next episode tomorrow at
4.35pm on BBC1 (R) (S) (W)
A lovers' tiff ensues when Mum and Dad turn into teenagers during lunch with friends. Cast and next episode on Wednesday at
4.35pm on BBC1 (R) (S) (W)
Continuing the series that takes a light-hearted look at the generation gap. This week
Andrew Smith - Ben in Byker Grove - discusses his experience of the generation divide with elder sister
Continuing the run of double episodes from the last series. Wayne's mission to find Alec leaves Sarah-Jane lost. Colin makes his stage debut. Amy and Anika fall out.
Written by Sarah Daniels (R) (S)
Craig Charles and Julia Reed host more mechanical warfare as three machines fight for a place in the semi-finals.
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: email@example.com
Series producer Gary August: Executive producer Paul Smith (S) (W) TOTP 2 is on Wednesday at 6pm
Jo Coburn presents the political programme for the capital and the South East. E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org REGIONAL PROGRAMME
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
1.35 Tennis The final day's play of the Seniors tournament from
London's Royal Albert Hall , featuring John McEnroe , Bjorn Borg , Pat Cash , Yannick Noah, Mats Wilander , Henri Leconte and Mansour Bahrami.
John Barrett and John Lloyd are in the commentary box.
2.50 Cross-Country European cross-country action from Malmo in Sweden where the Great
Britain and Northern Ireland squad will be hoping to retain their men's team title.
3.20 Rugby Union Barbarians v South Africa Live coverage from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff (kickoff 3.30pm) as South Africa conclude the British leg of their tour taking on a star-studded
Barbarians line-up. Commentary by Eddie Butler and Brian Moore.
5.15 Swimming Action from the last day of the ASA championships at Sheffield. Sharron Davies, Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse commentate.
(W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Continuingthe wildlife strand. Ends 7.30.
Series producer Paul Appleby ; Editor Fiona Pitcher
Wild Britain The Taming of the Shrews. Sara Churchfield shares her enthusiasm for Britain's three species of shrew, taking a close look at their brief but busy lives.
Producer Jenna Hall (S) (W)
Simon King and Jonathan Scott watch the Marsh pride of Kenya's Masai Mara attack a hippo in broad daylight, an encounter never previously caught on film. Meanwhile, in the Ridge pride, the lion cub Solo and her mother are about to pay the price for going it alone.
Producer Robin Hellier ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher (S) (W)
Seychelles -Jewels of a Lost Continent
The astonishing wildlife of the beautiful granite Seychelles islands, from the giant tortoise to the exotic coco de mer tree, provide a hint of the dramatic geological origins of this small corner of the Indian Ocean, which came into existence after the violent break-up of a once primeval super-continent. Narrated by Paul Young.
ProducerMilesBarton;SerieseditorNeilNightingale (S) (W)
The weekly cultural strand. Ends 9.00.
Changing Stages The Law of Gravity. In the last of the series, Richard Eyre explores theatre's response to the challenge of mass media, from the emotional anguish of Antoin Artaud 's Theatre of Cruelty to the physically demanding theatre of De La Guarda, which borrows themes and energy from modern "rave" music countercultures.
Featuring interviews with Andrew Lloyd Webber , Cameron Mackintosh , Peter Brook , Steven Berkoff , Robert Lepage , Patrick Marber , Tony Kushner and Trevor Nunn.
Director Roger Parsons : Executive producer Andrea Miller (S) (W)
Mark Lawson isjoined by regular guests
Germaine Greer , Tom Paulin and Bonnie Greerto discuss and, if they can, decide what they consider to be the cultural highlights of the year. Last in the series.
Series producer Mark Bell (S) (W)
Comedy from the Monty Python team. AD 932: King Arthur and his page Patsy are seeking knights to join them at the Round Table. But a more demanding task awaits when God appears telling them to seek the Holy Grail. Widescreen.
Directors Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones (1975, 15) (S) (W)
Films: pp 78-85 ****
Black Knight/Sir Lancelot:
Sir Robin/Brother Maynard:
Dennis's mother/Sir Bedevere:
Another dose of the topical news quiz hosted by Angus Deayton. with team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Shown last Friday on BBCl (S) (W)
Drama based on the Terence Rattigan play, starring Albert Finney and Greta Scacchi. An austere classics schoolmaster is about to retire owing to poor health, and is forced to re-examine the successes and failures of his life, both as a teacher and a husband. Widescreen.
Director Mike Figgis (1994, 15) (S) (W) Films: pp 78-85 ***
Barry Norman on Albert Finney : page 71
Jeremy Clarkson meets recent Perrier Award-winning comedian Rich Hall. Ends 1.00am.
Shown last Thursday (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Parenting 2.00 The Pocket Guide to Parenting Plus (6) (W) Languages 4.00 Make Spanish Your Business (part one) Working In Health and Care 5.00 Care Skills
Open University 6.00 Spanning Materials - changes in bridge design (S) 28188 6.30 Open Advice - Different Way of Learning Ends 7.00am.