Potsworth and Co
More Dream Zone adventures. (R) (S)
The pals go to summer camp, then Buster the class clown faces a tough test. (R) (S)
7.45 Captain Abercromby
The crew sail to the rescue when a precious jewel is at risk. (S) (W)
8.00 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Can Princess Betty Bye Bell stop the awful weather? (R) (S)
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Bill and Ben
The flowerpot men are faced with a sticky situation.
Repeated at 1pm
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8 25 Just So Stories
The tale of the elephant's child.
8.35 Postman Pat
More drama in the village of Greendale.
The little penguin pretends to be ill.
Laa-Laa's ball lands in a puddle, then Bo Peep loses her sheep.
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Poppy's pals try to lift her flagging spirits.
Fizz has a bad-hair day, then the pals stage a version of Snow White.
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Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Hands Up! (ages 7-9) The Iron Man (part 3): with sign language. Actress Jane Lapotaire continues to read from the story by Ted Hughes.
11.05 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Shapes: Circles
11.20 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Phonics Special: igh
11.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Our Friends: School Friends
11.50 ZigZag (ages7-9) Environment: Water, Air, Land
12.10 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Children in Victorian Britain: Children at Work
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Bill and Ben
Shown at 8.15am (S)
Romantic adventure. Left stranded in Africa, a showgirl becomes jealous when the safari leader she has designs on falls for an anthropologist's wife. Review page 59.
Director John Ford (1953)
Eloise Y Kelly:
John Brown Pryce:
The Great Western Railway and Paddington Station receive visits from Gavin Stamp and KirstyWark.
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Celebrity chat and debate with Esther Rantzen.
With Ainsley Harriott.
Itchy and Scratchyland. Westworld-style carnage ensues when the family visit a violent theme park.
Another chance to see the first of the most recent series.
The Challenge Belt. Behemoth throws down the gauntlet to more challengers. With Craig Charles and Julia Reed. Series producer Bill Hobbins ; Director Stuart MacDonald
Repeated at 12.20am
Coverage from Vienna of the first day of championship action. Britons scheduled to be in action include Christian Malcolm
in the 200m, Colin Jackson in the 60m hurdles and Ashia Hansen in the triple jump. Hosted by Roger Black. Producer Helen Kuttner
Rural life with Clarissa Dickson Wright and Johnny Scott. Ferrets and Rabbits. With Johnny Scott 's ferret Fido and terrier Tug in tow, the duo visit Northumberland and Cornwall to learn about catching rabbits and ferret-racing. Director Donald Coutts ; Executive producer Patrick Flavelle 3
Bill Oddie concludes his look at Britain's flora and fauna.
London. Water voles, a prehistoric forest, thousands of wild Asian parrots roosting in south London, and a herd of red deer living five miles from Westminster -just some of the capital's extraordinary wildlife sights.
Producer Simon Roberts ; Series producer Stephen Moss
The flagship horticultural show returns with Alan Titchmarsh starting fresh projects plus Chris Beardshaw meeting the gardener who grows plants from under windswept coastal shingle. Rachel de Thame presents the season's best plants and there's a look at snowdrops in Gloucestershire.
Series producer Colette Foster : Executive producer Tony Laryea BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, price L2.60. Latest issue on sale now Gardens Illustrated, L3.50. Latest issue on sale now BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers, price £18.99
Going back to their roots: page 42; RT Shop: page 44
What circumstances led, during an attack of Allied convoys in December 1943, to the sinking of the battle cruiser
Scharnhorst, the pride of the German navy? Timewatch investigates the mystery of the warship's final voyage and the Norwegian navy's extraordinary attempts to find the wreck. Producer AlfJacobsen; Editor Laurence Rees
A guide to the new digital channel, which launches tomorrow at 7pm in place of BBC Knowledge. (si
An Elton John lookalike and Janet Street Porter guest on a rerun of the most recent series of the satirical news quiz. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Nick Martin First shown on BBC1
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Germaine Greer , Ekow Eshun and Hari Kunzrujoin Mark Lawson for a review of cultural highlights and low points.
Producer Mark Bell Rpted next Monday on BBC Knowledge
Sci-fi drama. The future: readers are persecuted and firemen burn books. Then
Montag, a fireman, meets Clarisse, a teacher, and for the first time he questions the meaning of his life - but also places himself in danger. Widescreen. Review page 59.
Director Francois Truffaut (1966.12)
Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision Revisewise Challenge at School Maths