Potsworth and Co
The Night Prince releases evil bed bugs in a bid to take over the Dream Zone. (R) (S)
More antics with the eight-year-old aardvark. (R) (S)
7.50 DIY TV
Boy band A1 prove to be quite a handful for Stephen in the third of the series about 12 children making their own television show. With in-vision sign language. Shown last Friday, BBC1 (S) (W)
Will Brum see through the evil Shadow's disguise in time to rescue the Big Town Crown? Repeated at 1pm (S)
8.20 Little Bear
Triple bill. The young cub searches for Emily's missing doll. Lucy makes some "monster" pudding and joins both his parents on a bug hunt. (R) (S)
8.45 64 Zoo Lane
Georgina the giraffe tells Lucy about Nelson, a noisy young elephant. (R)
Weekday double bills. Jake is accused of cheating, then the group organise a birthday surprise for Max. (R) (S) (W) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Why needs some help in finding everyone else's lost belongings. (R) (S)
A double bill of pre-school fun. Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Tinky Winky and Po play an in-out-and-roundabout game. Laa-Laa invites Dipsy on a walk. (R) (S) WEBSITE: [web address removed]
10.50 Ethelbert the Tiger
Double bill. Ethelbert meets a lonely polar bear, then, when a grumpy snake sheds its skin, Ethelbert realises that change can be a good thing. (S)
First of four days' coverage from Brighton of the Labour Party conference. Chancellor
Gordon Brown is this morning's key speaker. Presented by Andrew Neil and Zeinab Badawi.
Editor Jon Williams (S) Andrew Duncan interviews Andrew Marr : page 34
Social Progress. Adam Hart-Davis explores the impact of sanitation and looks at how education, public-health measures and consumerism improved life for many.
Producer Annabel Gillings : Executive producer Caroline van den Brul (S) (W)
van Den Brul
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Toyah Willcox , DJ
Steve Lamacq , Captain Sensible of punk pioneers the Damned and Kermit from Big Dog join presenter Mark Lamarr and captains Phill Jupitus and Sean Hughes on the pop quiz. Director John L Spencer : Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
Repeated next Sunday (S) (W)
May the Best Man Win. Sean announces he's marrying an attractive nurse. Contains strong language. Krunski .............................Crunski
Written by Ed Allen. Johnny Vaughan : Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producers Bradley Adams. Micheal Jacob Postponed from 24 September
Rptd next Sunday and tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC Choice (S) (W)
Jane and the Truth Snake. Jane's career as a traffic reporter for a local radio station is put in jeopardy.
Written by Steven Moffat : Director Martin Dennis : Producer Sue Vertue
Repeated tomorrow at llpm on BBC Choice (S) (W)
As the Tate Modern stages the first major exhibition of surrealism for 20 years, critic Waldemar Januszczak presents this exploration of its three major themes - sex, desire and eroticism.
Producer Francis Whately : Executive producer Keith Alexander (S) (W)
Learning Zone Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 English Is Not Enough (S) 86395 1.00
Imagining the Pacific (S) 89685 1.30 Women of Northern Ireland (S) Secondary Schools 2.00 Science Short Circuit (S) Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 5-8) Work Essentials 5.00 Skills for Work
Open University 6.00 Imagining New Worlds (S)
6.30 A New Sun Is Born The Coup (part 1) (S)
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