The team dress up today. (R) (S)
7.20 Anthony Ant
A mysterious purple powder threatens the museum. (R) (S)
7.35 Smurfs' Adventures
Fun with the little blue creatures. (R) (S)
8.00 Against All Odds
First in a new series about real-life emergencies. With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.25 Chipmunks Go to the Movies
Alvin plays a Broadway producer who discovers a fantastic great ape while on an island vacation.
8.50 William's Wish Wellingtons
A double bill of adventures about the six-year old boy with the magic boots. (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
Le Club (ages 9-12) Une Visite
18706 9.15 Watch (ages 5-7) Art Start: Collage (S) 8118042 9.30 Tales of Europe (ages 5-7) Reeta and the Cow That Ran Dry (S) 4177329 9.45 Dynamo (early years) History: Cars and Buses (S)
Tinky Winky fills his bag with toast. (R) (S)
Teletubbies magazine: published monthly, price Â£1.35
The Tweenies learn the value of making an effort.
(R) (S) (W)
Tweenies magazine: published monthly, price Â£1.35
10.50 Watch (ages 5-7) Puppets: That's the Way to Do It! (S)
4145077 11.10 English Express (ages 9-11) Soaps: a Writer's
Guide (S) 7227413 11.30 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Captain
Crimson: Operation Recovery (S) 3924394 11.50 ZigZag(ages 7-9) Snap Shots: Daily Life (S)
4184139 12.10 Landmarks (ages 9-11) Caribbean Islands: Landscape (S)
Live coverage from Queen's
Club, London, for day three of the men's tournament. While
Queen's is not an infallible form guide for Wimbledon, many of the world's top players will be wanting to take the chance to readjust to grass with at least one eye on the main event which begins the week after next. Among those setting out their stall this week will be Australia's big-serving Mark Philippoussis , former Wimbledon finalist
Cedric Pioline and last year's surprise Wimbledon semi-finalist
Vladimir Voltchkov. Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary from John Barrett ,
David Mercer , Pat Cash , John Lloyd ,
Peter Fleming and Chris Bailey. (W)
3.20 News; Regional News
(Digital: UK Today); Weather (S) (W)
Ruthless elimination quiz, presented by Anne Robinson.
Mud, Chaka Khan, XTC, Boy George, Marillion, Slade, Alison Moyet and Blancmange are among those featured in tonight's archive offerings, presented by Steve Wright.
Repeated next Saturday (S)
Top of the Pops is on Friday 7.35pm on BBC1
Website: [web address removed]
BBC MUSIC: TOTP 2 - Seventies Rock available on double CD and cassette
Chimera. Odo falls under the pernicious influence of a humanoid-hostile changeling. (S)
With enough money to buy the second-hand bookshop he has always dreamed of and a house nearby big enough to raise a family, Jeremy Whitehorn and his girlfriend Elaine are all set to start their new life - until Alvin Hall shows them the sums. Will they go ahead regardless?
Series editor Daisy Goodwin : Series producer Richard Farmbrough (S) (W) CEEFAX: page 615; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/yourmoney
Third of five live broadcasts from the dinosaur dig on the Isle of Wight, presented by Bill Oddie , Adam Hart-Davis , Edwina Silver and Simon King. Tonight, the search is on foreotyrannus lengi, a recently discovered carnivorous dinosaur who is brought to life with the help of 3-D graphics. The next programme is on Friday at 8pm (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/dinosaurs
The penultimate episode in the four-part series about Clouds, a drug and alcohol treatment unit in Wiltshire.
Rod, an ex-public school property developer, and Spencer, a street heroin user and former football hooligan have little in common apart from addiction, the room they share, and a dislike for the sort of regime they are living under at Clouds.
Director Simon Davies
Series producer Gabe Solomon
Sixth in the seven-part weekly comedy drama. Roger's family find he has a sensitive side. Meanwhile, next door, all is not well with the Singhs. Contains strong language.
Written by Tony Basgallop ; Producer Pier Wilkie ; Director Peter Lydon
(S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/theresidents
Analysis of the news, with Jeremy Vine. (S) (W)
The True Welcome. The fourth of this week's programmes begins with the Depression, as jazz continues to thrive and Louis Armstrong is now the nation's top entertainer. In
Harlem, Chick Webb is pioneering his big-band sound at the Savoy Ballroom, and the touring Benny Goodman brings in the swing era at the Palomar Ballroom in Los Angeles.
Continues tomorrow at 11.20pm (S)
Followed by 48 Preludes and Fugues (R) (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Living with Risk 26559 1.00 Powers of the President (S)
Secondary Schools 2.00 Belief File Hinduism and Judaism (S) Languages 4.00 Talk Italian (parts 3-6)
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 TV 9 Business Skills Open University 6.00 No Place to Hide (S) 43714 6.30 Clayoquot Sound: the Final Cut? Ends 7.00am. (S)