Fiona forgets whose birthday it is. (R) (S)
7.05 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Charlie Brown writes about a Christmas play. (R) (S)
7.25 Monster Rancher
Genkiandco battle warriors Centaur, Celious and Dragoon. (R) (S)
7.50 Captain Abercromby
Admiral Dobbin finds Abercromby's Hope isn't ship-shape. (S)
8.05 The Lampies
Burnout's skills in engineering are needed on Geoff's spaceship. (R) (S)
8.15 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza learns a lesson about the value of families. (R) (S)
8.40 The Wild House
Wart and Granny tackle their fear of flying.
Today's, Tuesday's and Thursday's episodes written by Jean Buchanan. (R) (S)
9.05 Sweet Valley High
Will Liz take a job on a cosmetics commercial? (R) (S)
9.30 Dennis the Menace
More monkeying around with the boy from the Beano. (R) (S)
9.55 Mona the Vampire
A cyborg phantasm wreaks havoc on the world's appliances. (R) (S)
Ghostly goings-on with the genial ghoul. (R) (S)
The pals write poems and read scary books. (R) (S)
Writer (The Wild House):
Fizz and friends can't play together.
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A door opens in Teletubbyland.
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11.45 Bill and Ben
The flowerpot men have fun with a strange round thing. Repeated at 1pm
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Poppy and pals learn about windows.
12.20 The Family Ness
Silly-Ness and a bubble machine cause more monster mayhem.
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9 Romantic drama starring
Stewart Granger and Grace Kelly. Adventurer
Rian Mitchell must choose between his love for a plantation owner and his cherished dream of finding the Green Fire emerald. Widescreen. Review page 59. Director Andrew Marton (1954. U)
The Ravening Hordes.
David Attenborough looks at plagues of animals.
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Celebrity chat and debate with Esther Rantzen.
The curling bronze is up for grabs this afternoon. Will
1999's success story Hammy McMillan and his team-mates take it home? The final is on BBC1 at 11.05pm.
Emma Carrick-Anderson and Chimene Alcott represent
Britain in the women's giant slalom. However, the favourites are Michaela Dorfmeister , Karen Putzer and twice World Cup winner and 2001 World Champion Sonja Nef. Commentary by Matt Chilton and Graham Bell.
There's also a look at last night's ladies' figure skating, for which Jayne Torvill joins Steve Rider and Sue Barker on the sofa at Salt Lake City.
The gardening series in which presenter Chris BeardshaW travels by helicopter to dispense horticultural advice.
Hampshire. Can a bland back garden be transformed into an autumn riot of colour? Chris Beardshaw flies over the woodlands of Hampshire and the New Forest to help horticultural couple Helen and David. Along the way, he joins arborists managing the ancient oaks and important flora of the New Forest, finds the key native plants of a woodland garden and visits Highclere Castle and the Hillier Gardens and Arboretum.
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From anonymity to execution, this one-off documentary traces the history of Adolf Eichmann, the man who masterminded the Holocaust from behind a desk. It includes interviews with his Berlin neighbours, the Israeli executioner who hanged him, his Gestapo secretaries and the German villagers among whom he lived in the forties. There is also testimony from the Mossad secret agents who snatched him after he fled to Argentina, police and lawyers who brought him to trial and the Jewish people who suffered at his hands.
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News analysis, presented by Jeremy Vine.
Playwright and critic Bonnie Greer , poet Tom Paulin and writer and broadcaster Miranda Sawyer join Mark Lawson for a review of recent cultural highlights and low points. j Producer Mark Bell Repeated next Monday on BBC Knowledge
a The first in a double bill by director Abel Ferrara is a crime drama set in thirties New York. When a young mafioso is murdered, his brother vows to find the killer - even if revenge leads to further tragedy. Review page 59.
The second in a double
P bill by director Abel Ferrara is a modern-day horror.
Kathleen Conklin is pulled into an alleyway by a stranger who drinks blood from her neck. Soon she begins to suffer her own needs, which only killing can satisfy. Review page 59.
Black's friend Jamel:
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