Animation. Gabby hosts a dinner party. (R) (S)
7 05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Sally gets into trouble when she borrows a ruler. (R) (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Genki and Moochi are determined to help Suezo improve as a fighter. (R) (S)
7.50 Blue Peter
With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
8.15 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza has to go to hospital. (R) (S)
8.40 The Wild House
Confusion reigns as Georgina's parents move in.
Today's and Monday's episodes written by Jean Buchanan (R) (S)
9.05 Sweet Valley High
Devon becomes prime suspect in the death of his own parents. (R) (S)
9 30 Dennis the Menace
Animated fun with the tearaway. (R) (S)
9 55 Mona the Vampire
Animation. Mona's father's suit seems to alter him for the worse. (R) (S)
A triple of bill of ghostly cartoon capers. (R) (S)
Double bill. Mysterious events are triggered by a girl's arrival, and a friend's weekend stay proves to be a mixed blessing. (R) (S)
The Tweenies discover the world of woodwind instruments. (R) (S) (W)
The quartet enjoy playing in a puddle. (R) (S)
BBC Video: Here Come The Teletubbies and Dance With The Teletubbies, each ÃÂ£12.99
11.45 Doctor Otter
Dandelion and Dexley need Raylee's help. Repeated at 1pm. (S) (W)
Peggy Patch takes a worn-out teddy to the bear doctor. (R) (S)
12.20 The Family Ness
Animated antics in Loch Ness. (R) (S)
Voice Of Peggy Patch ("Playdays"):
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The last of three comedies starring Norman Wisdom.
Butcher's assistant Norman pitkin vows to fight the hospital authorities when he makes a solemn promise to an unhappy orphan. Review page 59. Director Robert Asher (1963 . U)
Zeinab Badawi unveils the latest from the corridors of power.
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Claire Sweeney meets ballerina Darcey Bussell as she takes a tour of the newly refurbished Royal Opera House, while
Vanessa Redgrave discusses her new West End role.
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Another against-the-clock culinary challenge.
Acerbic put-downs in the US version of the quiz. BBC PRODUCTS: CD-Roms Weakest Link, for PC and Playstation, both £24.99; video Weakest Link - Insults and Exits, price £12.99, available now
The women's combined skiing event gets under way with the downhill run. The Germans achieved a clean sweep four years ago, a repeat of which Sweden's crowd-pleasing slalom world champion Anja Paerson will be anxious to avoid.
Meanwhile, Great Britain's women's curling team, who just failed to reach the Nagano final four years ago, take on Russia with a possible semi-final spot at stake.
Commentary comes from Dougie Donnelly and Kirsty Hay.
Plus action from the short-track speed skating, luge and ice hockey. With Steve Rider and Sue Barker.
Two contrasting episodes from the series that demonstrate how to survive in some of Earth's most inhospitable places. Arctic and Desert. Ray Mears visits the far north of Sweden in midwinter, where temperatures plummet to -30°C/-22°F, and hears how Bob Thomson survived 48 hours in the Arctic after a plane crash. Five thousand miles south in the Sahara, where daytime temperatures soar to over 45°C/113°F, if something goes wrong it's a life-or-death emergency - situation illustrated by the story of an American bomber lost in the desert in 1943. Producers Paul Watson and Ben Southwell
Series producer Dick Colthurst
Parallel Universes. Until recent years, parallel universes were dismissed as material fit only for science-fiction fantasies. Increasingly, however, they are seen by some leading scientists as not just real, but also closer to the Earth than anyone could have imagined, with one parallel universe possibly as little as a single millimetre away.
This documentary tells how three scientists - Neil Turok ,
Burt Ovrut and Paul Steinhardt - came to the conclusion that our universe is one of an infinite number of bubbles in hyperspace that was birthed by the collision of two other parallel universes. Such an idea not only subverts received wisdom on the origins of the world, it also begs the question of whether such a collision could occur again. Producer Malcolm Clark ; Executive editor John Lynch
The return of the series that follows business dramas.
Bucks Fizz's Eurovision triumph kick-started three years of chart hits for the quartet, but a road accident, personal tribulations and legal trouble took their toll, and the group's fortunes dwindled. In 1996, lead singer Bobby Gee recruited David Van Day from eighties pop rivals Dollar, little realising how his band would be torn apart. Jim Carter narrates the tale of a feud that led to two rival Bucks Fizz bands touring the country and a judge deciding who owned the group brand. (W)
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
The conclusion of the women's combined skiing event, with slalom specialists staking their claim. Recent history shows the leader after the downhill has usually hung on to win. Commentators Matt Chilton and Graham Bell. With Clare Balding and Steve Cram.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Programme editor Kate Ford
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Learning to Love the Grey 2
1.00 Hollywood Science Dante's Peak 8697955 1.15
Lab Detectives 3256467 1.30 Wild Moves Land 37680 2.00 Siena Cathedral 8745825 2.50 Ever Wondered? 4386931 3.00 Food: Whose Choice Is It Anyway?
Curriculum Development 3.30 Explicit Learning Plus Learning to Think -relatingchildren'sthinkingtoteachingstrategies. Languages 4.00 Europuzzle Italy and France Working in Education 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 Sunbaskers 92825 6.30 Rocky Shores: Life on the Edge -the UK's coastline.