7.00 Polka Dot Shorts: Polkaroo and friends share more adventures. (R)
7.10 Alvin and the Chipmunks: Alvin finally plucks up courage to invite his dream date to a dance. (R) (S)
7.35 Rugrats: A double dose of carpet-crawling fun. (R) (S)
8.00 Short Change: Weekly consumer campaign show for young people. Including the results of a romantic survey for Valentine's Day.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.25 Oscar's Orchestra: The musical resistance force struggles once more against Thadius Vent. (R) (S)
8.50 Just So Stories: Another tale from Rudyard Kipling. Today Geoffrey Matthews tells the story of how the leopard got his spots.
Repeated at 1pm (R)
Author (Just So Stories):
Storyteller (Just So Stories):
Repeats are not indicated.
9.00 Storytime (ages 4-5) The
Emperor's Leftovers (S)
9.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) Consonant Clusters: The Fox and the Stork (S) 2142828 9.30 Magic Key (ages 5-6) Dragon Land (S) 8149151 9.45 Dynamo (early years) Numeracy: Numbers Four and Nine (S)
The Tubbies watch some children marching and twirling their batons to music. (R) (S) BBC MUSIC: Teletubbies CD, price £10.99. and cassette, £7.99
The Tweenies learn about knights and chivalry and prepare for a jousting tournament.
(R) (S) (W) BBC MUSIC: the Tweenies' No 1, a CD single, available from retailers
10.50 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Street Lamps (S) 8300847 11.05 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Numbers 11-20: Number 17 (S)
11.20 Revisewise (ages 7-9)
Revisewise Shorts: Science Tests (S) 7707002 11.30 Megamaths(ages 7-9) Shape: Patterns (S)
11.50 Music Makers (ages 7-9)
Professor Allegro's World of Music: In the Snow (Timbre) (S)
12.10 Around Scotland (ages
10-12) Europe: France - Ups and Downs (S)
Consumer news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Live coverage of the Masters from the Wembley Conference Centre on the second day of the quarter-finals. Matches are the best of 11 frames, and missing a place in the semi-final will cost the loser £15,000. At this stage last year, seasoned campaigner John Parrott caused a shock by reaching the semi-finals with a 6-3 triumph over Ronnie O'Sullivan. The action is introduced by Dougie Donnelly , with commentary from Clive Everton , Ray Edmonds , John Virgo and Dennis Taylor.
(S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Including 3.20 News; Regional News (Digital: UK Today); Weather (S) (W)
The week's final edition of the general-knowledge quiz in which the contestants decide who should be eliminated next. With
Anne Robinson. (S) (W)
Twenty-Two Short Films about Springfield. The lives of Springfield residents are highlighted in a series of interconnecting stories. (R) (S)
6.20 My Sister, My Sitter. Homer and Marge allow Lisa to baby-sit Bart, much to his extreme annoyance. (S)
The last Masters quarter-final place will be decided tonight. Dougie Donnelly introduces the action. (s) (w)
In the last of the series Bill Oddie takes a nostalgic trip back to one of his favourite places, Northumberland. He spends a day looking at wild flowers and searching for water voles, before experiencing one of the greatest wildlife sights of all: the sea birds on the Fame Islands.
Producer Hilary Jeffkins ; Series producer Stephen Moss (S) (W)
Light and Movement. It is August and the garden is in its prime, a time to photograph the brilliant displays of colour, harvest the vegetables and collect the seeds that will continue the garden's cycle. Last in the series. See Choice. Director/Producer Claire Whalley
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FACTSHEETS: plus features and extra projects on www.bbc.co.uk/gardening
For the final time this series Chris Beardshaw gets into his helicopter to head for west Scotland in order to help an oyster fisherman deal with a garden that's become completely overgrown. Along the way he finds out why
Scots design the best shady gardens and takes his life in his hands climbing the tallest tree in Britain.
Series producer Kathy Myers ; Executive producer Owen Gay (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/gardening
Public Enemy Number One. During the Great Depression the American public looked for real-life anti-heroes to match the gangster movies - and found one in John Dillinger.
A desperado, a bank robber, a bad man no jail could hold, his reputation grew until he was named the country's first Public Enemy Number One. But J Edgar Hoover would use Dillinger's celebrity to burnish his own reputation and that of his new national police force, the FBI. See Choice.
Producers Carol Sennett, Ben Loeterman; Editor Laurence Rees (S) (W) 593
Eminem. White rapper Eminem has divided critics with misogynistic and homophobic lyrics. But is he a violent ranter or spokesman for a disenfranchised generation?
Director Sean Grundy ; Executive producer Michael Poole (S) (W)
Night Shift. With the station full of juvenile troublemakers, Fowler is jealous when Grim gets to work with Scotland Yard.
Written by Ben Elton ; Producers Ben Elton and Geoffrey Perkins
Director John Birkin (R) (S)
Presented by Jeremy Vine. (S) (W)
Highlights of today's quarter-final matches at Wembley, introduced by Garry Richardson. (W)
World championship coverage, featuring the women's giant slalom. Hosted by Hazel Irvine, with commentary by Graham Bell and Matt Chilton.
Motor-racing drama, starring Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. For racing drivers like
Frank Capua , winning is everything - even if it's at the expense of all the relationships he holds most dear. Ends 2.40.
Director James Goldstonel 1969, PG) (S)
Films: pp 58-61 ***
Repeats are not indicated.
AS Guru English: Programme 2 Ends 5.00am. (S)