Toby takes a school trip. (R) (S)
7.05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Snoopy pretends to be a vulture. (R) (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Genki teams up with Pixie. (R) (S)
7.50 Captain Abercromby
Siren and Abercromby search for water when Great Oak falls ill. (S)
8.05 The Lampies
Lampyworld's singing star Neon is sabotaged by the Roons. (R) (S)
8.15 The Wild Thornberrys
Night-time in the swamp is no fun for Debbie and Eliza. (R) (S)
8.40 The Wild House
Image changes are imminent for Natalie and Gavin.
Today Tuesday and Wednesday episodes written by Andy Watts (R) (S)
9.05 Sweet Valley High
Devon recalls who else was on the yacht on the night of the fire. (R) (S)
9 30 Dennis the Menace
More chaos with the Beano boy. (R) (S)
9 55 Mona the Vampire
Trolls turn up in the basement. (R) (S)
Ghostly goings-on with the genial ghoul. (R) (S)
DW's prized snowball goes missing, then Arthur, Francine and Buster must work together to complete a report. (R) (S)
Writer ("The Wild House"):
Max plays with an orchestra. (R) (S) (W)
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The Noo-Noo tidies up blankets. (R) (S)
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11.45 Bill and Ben
The flowerpot men must get rid of a terrible smell. Repeated at 1pm (R) (S)
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Poppy's pals make a zoo at home. (R) (S)
12.20 The Family Ness
More monster antics in Scotland. (R) (S)
Second World War drama.
When two US PoWs run into a German ambush while escaping Stalag 17, it is clear that someone in Barrack 4 is an informer. Review page 60.
Di rector Billy Wilder (1953. PG)
Oberst Von Scherbach:
Creating an open-plan cooking and dining space. (5)
(Digital: BBC London News)
Meeting the stars of My Fair Lady, plus the winner of the Olivier Award for most popular show. Last in the series. See Tuesday for competition and voting details
Another stateside slice of the quiz with quips.
Olympic champion Karine Ruby is favoured forthe women's snowboarding slalom, while, in the men's event, Alexander Maier will represent his family's best chance of medal success after injury ruled out brother Hermann from the alpine events. Commentary by Graham Bell and Ian Felton.
Plus action from the luge doubles and, with analysis from Jayne Torvill , the climax of the men's figure skating. Presented by Sue Barker and Steve Cram.
The penultimate programme of the series in which Bill Oddie explores the diverse flora and fauna to be found in Britain. Wicken Fen. The wildlife in Britain's oldest - and possibly best - nature reserve proves elusive. When Oddie visits the Cambridgeshire site, can he track down the beetles, stingless nettles, moths, dragonflies and rare orchids?
Producer Stephen Moss ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Gardening series in which presenter Chris Beardshaw travels by helicopter to dispense horticultural advice.
Hertfordshire. The journey doesn't go quite as expected when Beardshaw tries to help Barry and Amanda Kashin to plant a rose garden. But, along the way, Beardshaw visits stately homes Hatfield House and Knebworth, the Royal National Rose Society's garden in St Albans, and Flamstead, known as "the village of the rose".
Executive producer Owen Gay: Series producer Kathy Myers BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £2.60. Latest issue on sale now Gardens Illustrated. L3.50. Latest issue on sale now
The flower for lovers: page 25
Love, greed, murder, rape and political treachery were ingredients in the doomed 16th-century relationship between Mary, Queen of Scots and her lover, the Earl of Bothwell. Dr Saul David investigates Bothwell's plot to kill Mary's husband, Lord Darnley- was the queen herself involved? Love letters of hotly contested authenticity may hold the key to explaining this extraordinary affair.
Producer Catrine Clay
Editor Laurence Rees Meet Saul David : page 21
Simon Thurley uncovers a forgotten royal palace located in Whitehall, London, that is hidden from public view.
Series producer Basil Comely
TV presenter Keith Chegwin and ex-Channel 4 chairman Michael Grade guest on a rerun of the most recent series of the satirical news quiz. Refereed by Angus Deayton, with team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop.
First shown on BBC1
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
US critic Joe Queenan , feminist writer Elaine Showalter and former music journalist Paul Morleyjoin Kirsty Wark for a review of recent cultural highlights and low points.
Producer Mark Bell Repeated next Monday on BBC Knowledge
Western. Bandit Rio vows revenge after his partner, Dad Longworth , rides off with the loot from a robbery, leaving him to be captured by a posse. Five years later, Rio plans to rob a bank in a town where Longworth, who has now gone straight, is sheriff. Widescreen. Review page 60.
Director Marlon Brando (1961. PG)
Repeats are not indicated.
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