7.00 Little Monsters
Sadie and her parents go on holiday. (R) (S)
7.05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Lucy and Charlie drink through straws. (R) (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Only Hare can save Genki and co from a spell cast by the Joker. (R) (S)
7.50 Blue Peter
A look at the new digital channels CBeebies and CBBC.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.15 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza and her friend Arioka secretly change places. (R) (S)
8.40 The Wild House
Georgina's driving lesson has an unexpected outcome. (R) (S)
9.05 Sweet Valley High
US teen drama. A new student founds the Jessica Wakefield fan club. (R) (S)
9.30 Dennis the Menace
More fun with the wayward kid. (R) (S)
9.55 Mona the Vampire
Dr Java's secret comes to light. (R) (S)
Three adventures with the friendly ghost. (R) (S)
Double bill. Arthur teaches DW to ride his bike, and the baseball team are fighting among themselves. (R) (S)
11.00 Tweenies: Learning about stringed instruments.
11.20 Teletubbies: The Tubbies watch some children learn about the colour orange.
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11.45 Yoho Ahoy!: Double bill. The crew keep Booty up with their singing, and Grog helps Cutlass catch a fish. Repeated at 1pm
12.00 Playdays: It's tea time at the Playground Stop.
12.20 The Family Ness: Animated adventures.
The first of three comedies this week starring Norman Wisdom. A filing clerk creates havoc on a vital diplomatic mission. Review page 56. (1955, U) (BW) ***
Trouble in Store is tomorrow at 1.10pm
Presented by Zeinab Badawi.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber talks about his successes, plus the story of hit musical Mamma Mia ! Producers Kate Shiers and SJ Clarkson Executive producer John Comerford
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Cooking against the clock, with Ainsley Harriott.
Stateside version of the ruthless elimination quiz. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/weakestlink
Coverage continues with British women's curling team facing Sweden, who narrowly denied them a bronze four years ago. Commentary by Dougie Donnelly and Kirsty Hay.
Then, at 7.00pm, live freestyle skiing coverage with the final of the men's moguls. Defending champion
Jonny Moseley of the USA is in form after his recent success in the World Cup in France. Commentary from Matt Chilton.
Plus a look back at last night's figure-skating pairs event, with analysis from Jayne Torvill , and a roundup of the preliminary-round action in the men's and women's ice hockey. Commentary from Bob Ballard , Simon Crosse and Tim Mouser. Introduced by Steve Rider and Sue Barker. WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/winterolympics The best of British: page 20
Antony Worrall Thompson reaches number three in his countdown of the nation's ten favourite recipes, as voted for by viewers of the last series of Food and Drink. This week's dishes are beef cooked in stout with dumplings, traditional shepherd's pie and Mexican fajitas.
Series producer Gloria Wood WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/food
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The back-to-basics cookery course continues with a programme dedicated to low-fat and low-calorie food. The waist-watching creations on offer include wild-mushroom risotto, marinated chicken brochettes and a low-sugar dessert - squidgy chocolate cakes with prunes in marsala. Director Philip Bonham Carter : Executive producer David Willcock WEBSITE: www.deliaonline.com
Delia's almost mayonnaise: page 30
Tony Marchant's two-part dramatisation of Dostoyevsky's classic crime thriller. Raskolnikov is a penniless young man incensed at the injustice he sees around him. Believing no one will miss her, he decides to rob and kill an old woman. But his own guilty conscience and the psychological skills of the murder investigator prove to be his undoing. The concluding part is tomorrow at 9pm.
Guilt-edged drama: page 44
Crime and Punishment
It takes a bold writer to adapt Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment for TV, so if it has to be done, then Tony Marchant (who wrote Swallow and Never Never) is your man. How well you think he has tackled this monumental task - though this complex story has been seen on television before - might depend on how acquainted you are with the book and its central themes of guiltand redemption.
It's the dark and bloody story of a disaffected young student, Rodion Raskolnikov (played with edgy unconventionality by John Simm),who murders a grasping pawnbroker and her entirely innocent sister, though why he does so is not apparent for some time.
In this first episode (the concluding part is tomorrow), Raskolnikov lurches around St Petersburg and a world of corruption and greed, haunted by images of the dead pawnbroker and her sister.
No one, of course, would approach Crime and Punishment looking for a cheery night in front of the television. This is raw, hard, difficult and occasionally baffling stuff. Guilt-edged drama: page 44 Alison Graham
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Following their potentially tough opener against Canada, British men's curling team are in action against Sweden. A win might be vital if they are to reach next week's semi-finals. Introduced by Clare Balding and Steve Cram. Commentary by Dougie Donnelly , Kirsty Hay.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Programme editor Lucie Haas
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Secret of Sporting Success 50961 1.00 Galois's Enduring Legacy
National Test Revision 2.00 KS 3 Maths 2 (Si Languages 4.00 Germany Inside Out
Working in Education 5.00 Health and Safety
Open University 6.00 No Lay-bys at 35,000 feet - materials for aircraft construction. 90077 6.30 Cybertalk