Loveable antics with the tiny ones. (R) (S)
7.05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Lucy is accused of stealing the school's gold stars. (R) (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Genki finds a futuristic city. (R) (S)
7.50 The Animal Magic Show
A journey to meet animals that are good at hiding. With Dominic Wood and Billy Nibbles. (S) (W)
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Spark's bike gets run over by a truck. (R) (S)
8.45 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza is too afraid to admit that she can't snowboard. (R) (S)
8.40 The Wild House
Georgina plans a romantic dinner. (R) (S)
9.05 Sweet Valley High
Todd and Liz plan a romantic weekend together at the boat festival. (R) (S)
9.30 Dennis the Menace
More rebellious capers. (R) (S)
9.55 Mona the Vampire
A librarian reprimands Mona. (R) (S)
More adventures with the friendly ghost. (R) (S)
Arthur and DW root around Grandma Thora's attic. (R) (S)
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11.00 Tweenies: Learning about musical instruments.
11.20 Teletubbies: Four boys play with some piglets.
11.45 Bob the Builder: Wendy decides to clean out the fish tank.
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12.00 Playdays: Why Bird goes on a shopping trip.
12.20 The Family Ness: More monster-family adventures.
Continuing the comedy season starring Norman Wisdom.
Wanting to be a department-store window-dresser, Norman finds he is often on the outside looking in. Review page 56.
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Ross Kemp celebrates Cliveden, near Maidenhead.
With Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Nick Robinson.
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Britain's new ski-jumping hope, 20-year-old Glynn Pedersen , takes part in the K120 finals. Germany's Sven Hannawaid , who earlier this month became the first man to win all four legs of the Four Hills tournament, is the favourite.
Coverage starts of the men's combined skiing event, featuring both downhill and slalom. Stephan Eberhalterof Austria has dominated the World Cup overall standings this season, but can he win a first Olympic gold?
There's news of the latest preliminary round in the men's curling. The British team face 1998 bronze medallists Norway, while the women are set against Japan.
Plus reports on the men's 10km biathlon final, a roundup of the ice hockey action, and the best of yesterday's men's figure skating, which featured the short programme.
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Kelly Sandiford and her family want a design that's elegant and not too contemporary for their garden in Bromley, Kent. To achieve this, presenter Diarmuid Gavin follows a retro-modern path, taking inspiration from Danish architecture and furniture. But will the owner approve of the mosaic tiles, and does Gavin cede to her request for the hot-tub she has promised her daughter? Last in the current series. DirectorColetteCamden: Series producer Karen Benveniste ONLINE CHAT: presenter Diarmuid Gavin will be answering gardening queries online for 40 minutes immediately after the end of tonight's programme. Logontowww.bbc.co.uk/gardening
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Concluding the two-part dramatisation of Dostoyevsky's classic thriller. Still haunted by his crime, Raskolnikov is visited in St Petersburg by his mother and sister Dunya, both of whom are alarmed by his worsening condition. Meanwhile, a dogged Porfiry remains on Raskolnikov's trail, convinced of his guilt but lacking conclusive evidence. For cast see Tuesday
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Crime and Punishment 9.00pm BBC2
By now you'll either be hooked on or infuriated by Tony Marchant's dramatisation of Dostoyevsky's classic, which concludes tonight.
You'll either adore the leisurely pace and the lyrical camerawork, or you'll be driven to distraction by watching John Simm (excellent as the murdering student Raskolnikov) endlessly mooching around looking tortured. Surely there's a limit to watching someone walk over bridges or wander up staircases, even if he does so in a meaningful way.
The whole thing is like an arthouse movie - beautifully framed shots, lots of slow-motion camerawork and choppy editing-which packs an overwhelming punch on the small screen.
If you can stick with it, there are some powerful scenes. Raskolnikov, haunted by nightmarish visions of the woman he has killed, professes not to care. "I killed a louse, an insect... it was quite an achievement." But his bravado slips when he comes into contact with a deceptively avuncular examining magistrate, a cunning inquisitor. Yet again, though, you may find yourself screaming at the TV, "For goodness' sake, just arrest him and get it over with."
Things are not wrapped up that simply, of course. Raskolnikov has to come to terms with his own guilt and he has to find redemption, which he does with the help of a sympathetic young prostitute. No one said this was going to be easy. (Alison Graham)
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Live coverage of the slalom runs in the men's combined skiing competition. Hosted by Clare Balding and Steve Cram. Commentary by Matt Chilton and Graham Bell. Plus a preview of the short-track speed skating.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
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