The team get in touch with relatives from around the world.
7.20 Smurfs' Adventures
Cartoon fun with the Smurfs. (R)
Animated superhero antics. (S)
8.05 Blue Peter
Matt Baker becomes a backing dancer for Steps.
Shown last Friday. BBC1 (S) (W)
Carpet-crawling capers with the babies. (R) (S)
8.55 Kenan and Kel
Comedy. Kenan celebrates his birthday. (R) (S)
More animated toddler trouble. (R) (S)
9.55 Yoho Ahoy!
Animation. Booty tries to paint a picture. (R)
10.00 Teletubbies Advent Calendar
Continuing the Teletubbies' countdown to Christmas. (R) (S)
Little Bo Peep comes to Teletubbyland. (S)
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The Tweenies stage their own pantomime. (S) (W)
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Christmas preview: page 35
10.50 Polka Dot Shorts
It's international Bible Day. (R)
10.55 Just So Stories
Today, The Cat That Walked by Itself. (R)
Presenter ("Blue Peter"):
Another chance to see the eight-part documentary series on America's history, followed by a film depiction of the era.
The People 1500-1806. The series begins with a look at the settlement of the American West. Continues tomorrow
11.15am. (R) (S)
Western. Guide Kirby Randolph is ostracised when his wagon train of settlers is brutally massacred by hostile Indians. Given one last chance to prove himself, Randolph must guide a large cargo of munitions through dangerous Indian territory.
Director William Witney (1955, U)
(S) Films: pp 77-84 **
Aurelie St Clair:
Comedy, beginning a season of newly restored Norman Wisdom films introduced by the star himself. Norman wants to be a department store window dresser but constant hirings and firings mean he is more often left on the outside looking in! (1953, U) (BW) (S) ***
The Square Peg is tomorrow at 2pm
Films: pp 77-84
Beginning a weekday rerun of the ten-part series in which Michael Palin makes an anti-clockwise circuit of the Pacific Rim. Alaska and Russia. The epic journey begins in the Bering Strait, which lies between Siberia and Alaska. (R) (S)
Ainsley Harriott presents more culinary challenges. (S)
Weekday elimination quiz with Anne Robinson. (S) (W)
Treehouse of Horror VI. Three horrifying Halloween tales.
A Simpsons double bill can be seen on Friday at 6pm (R) (S)
Liars, Guns and Money- Plan B. In the last of a three-part story Crichton surrenders himself to the cruel Scorpius.
Final episode of the series is tomorrow 6.50pm (S)
A natural history series celebrating a wildlife year in Britain. Autumn. It's the season of glorious colour and dramatic wildlife activity as resident animals prepare for winter.
Producer Yvonne Ellis ; Series producer Peter Crawford (R) (S) (W) The final episode can be seen on Friday at 7.30pm
Two teams who have made it through to the second round, Sheffield Hallam and Warwick, do battle to achieve a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman plays questionmaster. Director Tracey Rooney : Producer Peter Gwyn (S) (W)
The Princess and the City. Julian Richards reports on last year's discovery of an elaborate ancient sarcophagus at London's Spitalfields, containing the remains of a wealthy Roman and the remnants of clothing and objects never seen before in Roman Britain.
Executive producer Caroline Van den Brul ; Series producer Ian Potts (R) (S)
van Den Brul
Penguin Shores. The series concludes with a journey along the coastline of South America, from the cold water of the Falklands to the tropical Galapagos. The cold current creates the world's richest fisheries and supports dolphins, killer whales, sea lions, albatrosses and the only sea-going lizard. But the real surprises are the penguins, who live everywhere, from the lush forest to the bone-dry desert and even on the equator. See Choice.
Producer Tim Scoones ; Series producer Karen Bass (S) (W) RT SHOP: book available for £15.99 including p&p (normally £20). To order. send a cheque, payable to RT Shop, to [address removed] or call [number removed] (national rate). A CD of the soundtrack is available from retailers
The cult satirical comedy continues as Al Pacino is arrested and Michael Caine gets more than he bargained for.
The series concludes tomorrow at 9.50pm (S)
Concluding the series of spoof documentaries about odd couples, written by and starring Rob Brydon and Julia Davis. More Than Happy. South coast flower shop owners Ray and Les decide to make special arrangements to celebrate their eighth wedding anniversary.
Producer Alison MacPhail ; Director Matt Lipsey (S) (W)
The day's main news stories, presented by Kirsty Wark.
Editor Sian Kevill (S) (W)
Barbara Bonney - Opera. The nightly series continues as the celebrated American soprano coaches four young performers in famous operatic scenes by Mozart and Richard Strauss. With James Naughtie.
Director Simon Broughton (S) (W)
Analysis of the day's political events.
A week-long look at the Millennium Dome begins with this rerun of a series examining the political, commercial and artistic conflicts behind its construction. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
The Finest Hour. Problems arise as Peter Mandelson struggles to fulfil his remit over the first year. Series producers Robert Thirkell and Adam Wishart
Continues tomorrow at 12.30pm (R) (S) (W)
Thriller starring Joe Lando. A young couple who find themselves embroiled in a kidnap attempt are desperate to do the right thing and return the young boy and the money to his father. Ends 2.50am.
Director Rob Hedden (1997.12) (S)