An omnibus edition of pre-school fun.
7.25 The Lampies
Animation. The further adventures of the lamppost-dwelling creatures.
7 40 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Gnorman poses as a building inspector to take over the castle.
7.50 Chipmunks Go to the Movies
A scientist transports the rodents back to the 1950s.
8.15 Flint the Time Detective
The Dark Lord lures Petra and her gang to the Land of Dread.
8.35 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza helps an arctic hare.
9.05 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Triple bill. Woody gets a lodger, Winnie takes Buzz to court, and Woody takes the train.
9.25 The Cramp Twins
Mrs Cramp wins a family beauty day at the Mount Fuji Mora spa.
9 40 The Mummy
The gang search for the palace of Merneptah in the Egyptian desert.
10.05 Kenan and Kel
A desire to have a place of his own leads Kenan to a big decision.
10.30 So Little Time
Riley's family are suspicious when she keeps asking for money.
10.50 The Next Big Thing
Disco duo Heaven Sent are among the entries.
Shown last Friday BBC1
Semi-final action. Presented by Craig Charles and Julia Reed.
Shown last Friday
Cry Your Name. The group try to deal with the overwhelming grief at losing one of their number.
More tips from the fashion and beauty show.
Reviewing political events from a London perspective. Presented by Jon Craig. E-MAIL: metropol@bbc.Co.uk
Weekly look at politics in the South and South
East, with Bruce Parker.
Introduced by Clare Balding .
1.35 Australian Open Tennis Men's and women's fourth-round action from Melbourne. Live coverage of the women's final is on Friday at 2.15am on BBC1
2.45 Olympic Dreams A look at some more of Britain's Olympic hopefuls, both at next month's Winter Games in Salt Lake City, USA, and at Athens, 2004.
3.00 World Indoor Bowls Live coverage from Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk of the singles final. Presented by Mary Rhodes. Commentary by David Rhys Jones and David Corkill.
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
4.45 Ski Sunday Kitzbuhel in Austria hosts the latest round of the World Cup, with the top skiers keen to impress ahead of the Winter Olympics. Presented by Hazel Irvine. Graham Bell and Matt Chilton commentate. WEBSITE: [web address removed]
Continuing the natural-history strand. Ends 7pm.
Series producer Simon Nash ; Editor Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Elephant - -the Search for Virgo Presenter Saba Douglas -Hamilton returns to Tanzania, where she was raised, in search of an old friend - an elephant matriarch called Virgo.
Producer Dale Templer ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher Saba, the African queen: page 12
6.10 Natural World A Wild Dog's Story. The recollections of researcher Dr "Tico" McNutt reveal the struggle for survival over a period of five years of an African wild dog named Newky in the wilderness of Botswana's Okavango delta.
Producers Mike Holding, Tania Jenkins ; Series editor Michael Gunton
Written by Ray Galton, Alan Simpson.
In an episode from 1965, Albert announces that he is going on a pilgrimage to France. (BW)
The Dispossessed. Film-maker Taghi Amirani 's documentary about life inside Makaki, a refugee camp in Taliban-held territory in Nimruz Province near the Afghan-Iranian border. The film was transformed with the fall of Kabul and became a record of historical change captured in a Taliban camp.
Producer Borna Alikhani ; Director Taghi Amirani Correspondent: the Slave Children is on Tuesday at 11.20pm
Footprints in the Forest. As the Congo is home to three close human relatives - gorillas, chimps and bonobos - could this, plus evidence of past civilisations in the region, mean that humans originated in these forests? Last in the series.
Producer Brian Leith ; Executive producer Neil Nightingale
Continuing the Gene Stories series looking at how human lives are shaped by genetic and hormonal information.
Predictor. A look at the veracity of scientists' claims that they are on the verge of being able to predict our futures by analysing our genes and DNA.
Narrated by Ian Holm.
Producer Andrew Cohen
Series producer Jill Fullerton-Smith
A great mulberry tree in Christ's College, Cambridge.
Director Robert Payton : Executive producer Lynn Alleway
Concluding the three-part series about attitudes to sex.
Exploring the effects of familiarity, children and work on sex in long-term relationships. Do these factors lead to it being a once-a-week event for most people? Three couples discuss their ways of trying to cope with various demands on their time outside of the bedroom.
The irreverent music quiz. Guests are actor Craig Cash , DJ Spoony, comic Boothby Graffoe and singer Cathy Dennis. Shown last Monday
MrHell, voiced by Bob Monkhouse , teaches that fairy tales can come true.
Producer Jay Falconer ; Executive producer Jon Plowman
Highlights of Senegal v Egypt, Cameroon v People's Republic of Congo, and South Africa v Burkina-Faso.
Potters Leisure Resort of today's singles final.
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 Maths 3 - revision for GCSE Maths. Languages 4.00 Talk French (parts 1-4)
Working In Health and Care 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 The Argument from Design
6.30 Living Doll: a Background to Shaw's Pygmalion