Adventures with the little creatures who live in mushroom houses. (R) (S)
Animated fun with the friendly little ghost. (R) (S)
A nervous Verne fails his compulsory Scootsmaster driving test, due to a fear of heights.
(Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1) (S)
8.10 Bob the Builder
Scoop's message for Farmer Pickles causes chaos when it is scrambled by Spud.
(Repeated at 1pm) (S)
BBC PRODUCTS: monthly magazine, Â£1.35; CD-Rom for PC and Playstation, Â£19.99; Bob the Builder - Fix It Fun! on Game Boy Colour, Â£24.99
8.20 Fireman Sam
Norman fishes for chocolate cream cakes near a disused mine shaft. (R) (S)
8.30 Noddy In Toyland
Noddy and the Skittle children search for the lost Martha Monkey. (R) (S)
Double bill. Bella uses the pictures on a willow-pattern plate to help her tell a story, and the Tweenies make cards to send to each other. (R) (S) (W)
At the Roundabout Stop, Rosie has some glittering surprises in store. (R) (S)
A voice trumpet teaches Laa-Laa how to count up to the number six. (R) (S)
10.50 Come Outside (ages 4-5) Soap (S) 5941804
11.05 Numbertime (ages 5-7) Money: Coin Equivalents to 20p (S) 3739823
11.20 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) Ridiculous (S) 3823216
11.35 Cats' Eyes (ages 7-9) Types of Materials - Building Materials (S)
11.50 Cats' Eyes (ages 7-9) Types of Materials - Waterproofing (S) 4052755
12.05 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Caring and Sharing - at Home (S)
A roundup of business and financial news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. CEEFAX: page
Scoop's message gets distorted. Shown at 8.10am (S)
Second-round action from the annual international indoor bowls tournament from
Blackpool. Introduced by Mary Rhodes, with commentary provided by David Rhys Jones and David Corkill. (S)
Coverage of events at Prime Minister's question time, presented by Nick Robinson.
Editor Gareth Butler (S) CONTACT: phone-ins: [number removed]
(calls charged at the local rate), fax [number removed] or e-mail email@example.com
3.50 News; Regional News (Digital:
UK Today) Weather (5) (W)
Maureen reveals her intense homesickness. Dawn Birch comes to visit her 21-year-old daughter Maria. (R) (S)
Culinary contest hosted by Ainsley Harriott. (S)(W)
More barbed insults in the elimination quiz. (S) (W) Weakest Link is tonight at 8pm on BBC1
Archive footage of Pink Floyd, Natalie Imbruglia, the Corrs, Roy Wood, Bay City Rollers, S Express, All Saints and Captain Sensible. Plus a preview of this weekend's Country Music Awards with Sara Evans, the Dixie Chicks and Chely Wright. Producer Mark Hagen (S) Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1 WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/totp TOP OFTHE POPS MAGAZINE: available monthly. price Â£1.80
Where No One Has Gone Before. Attempts to improve the propulsion system on board the Enterprise lead to a series of mishaps, after which the crew discover that their wildest thoughts are beginning to turn into reality.
WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult/startrek (R) (S)
Followed by Viking Stories Finders Bleepers. A look at new evidence about Viking settlement in England. (S) (W)
Film by The Money Programme examining the plight of the airline and tourism industries following the recent terrorist attacks in New York. Hit by a sharp drop in passengers. many airlines are laying off thousands of employees and face financial crisis. British tourism areas, already badly affected by foot-and-mouth disease, are taking another battering. What will be the long-term impact on business?
Producer Ian Bremner
Series editor Clive Edwards (S) (W)
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Diarmuid Gavin are at Bromley in Kent to give a Mexican flavour to one couple's home and garden. The tiny kitchen and dark dining room are knocked together and Llewelyn-Bowen comes up with a pink and white colour scheme. In the garden, Gavin constructs a series of arched steps, a courtyard seating area and an "infinity" water feature - all in vivid pink.
Director Micci Billinger : Series producer Amanda de Ryk (S) (W) BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£2.30
The first in a major new six-part natural-history series, filmed in 22 African countries, looking at some rare and beautiful wildlife in a wide variety of habitats within the continent. Mountains. From the peaks of Ethiopia to the Atlas and Cape ranges and the Great Rift Valley volcanos, mountains are home to Africa's rarest animals, such as snow monkeys, black leopards, rat-eating wolves and mountain gorillas.
Producer Patrick Morris ; Executive producer Neil Nightingale (S) (W) Repeated with sign language next Tuesday on BBC1
BBC PRODUCTS: Wild Africa book, on sale from 1 November, price Â£19.99; the series is released on video on 19 November, price Â£19.99: BBC Wildlife magazine, available monthly, price Â£2.70 BBC's new wildlife epic: page 12
The last of the three-part series about the people who are employed to spot the next big trend examines the different ways in which Marks and Spencer and Selfridges try to find potentially bestselling products for their food halls. Series director Lucy Sandys-Winsch
Series producer Nathan Hartshorn (S) (W)
10.30 Newsnight Presented by Jeremy Paxman. (S) (W)
Posh Spice. Iqbal Wahhab, the controversial former editor of Tandoori magazine, is determined to open the very best Indian restaurant. As successive deadlines come and go, will his Â£2.5 million dream succeed?
Producer Emma Jones : Series producer Michele Kurland (R) (S) (W)
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Breaking the Seal Church Courts (W) 55243
1.00 Ever Wondered? 36779
1.30 Glasgow 1998 (S)
2.00 Languages D-Mag (S)
4.00 Buongiorno Italia! (parts 7-8); Bon Mot
5.00 Revisewise Maths for Parents
6.00 Smithson and Serra Beyond Modernism? (S) 89798
6.30 The Art ofthe Restorer (S)