The instruments travel back to 1539. (R) (S)
Double bill. Arthur has trouble composing an advertising jingle, and DW has to cartwheel while on a beam. (R) (S)
7.50 Blue Peter
With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
The mammalian medic tends to more of his friends. Repeated at 1pm
8.25 Poddington Peas
The Peas help a small mole causing havoc in Poddington, and then Dough Pea is kidnapped.
8.35 Postman Pat
More village drama in Greendale.
Animated adventures with the petite penguin.
Double bill. The toast's bounciness rubs off on the quartet, and then Dipsy performs a special dance. BBC VIDEO: Teletubbies 2 video boxed set. price £12.99
Peggy Patch watches swans and cygnets.
Double bill. The Tweenies try baking a cake for Bella's birthday, while Doodles discovers a mouse.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Shape - Symmetry
11.10 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Zzaapandthe Word Master - the Word Master Written by Berlie Doherty 4154375 11.30 Science Zone (ages 9-11) The
Environment - Creature Comforts 5938462 11.50 Landmarks (ages 9-11) Time Lines - Work 7145998 12.10 Focus (ages 9-11) Substance Misuse - It Makes Me Feel Good
Ceefax: page 238
Shown at 8.15am (S)
Comedy drama. Wealthy Corby Lane repays a debt to the people of Progress, Arkansas. but her generosity has unexpected consequences for the townsfolk. Review page 58.
Director Lloyd Bacon (1954, U)
Zeinab Badawi unveils the latest from the corridors of power.
(Contact details Wednesday)
(Digital: BBC London News)
Celebrity chat and debate with host Esther Rantzen and her studio audience.
Ainsley Harriott presents the culinary challenge.
More acerbic put-downs in the elimination quiz.
And Maggie Makes Three. Homer recalls how Maggie's accidental birth changed the course of his life.
Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy. One of Will's Philadelphia friends visits him in Bel-Air and falls for Hilary. The series continues tomorrow at 6.20pm
The Gift. In the last in the current series, which is also the drama's 100th episode, imminent apocalypse is at hand as Glory prepares Dawn for a bloodletting ritual.
Repeated tomorrow 11.35pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult 49962' Weird science: page 28
How the ex-Sussex Chief Constable's daughter - a woman with no respect for her father's profession - indulged in a love affair that led her into conflict with his officers.
NOTE: see panel on left for variations.
Satellite viewers outside Greater London will need to retune to analogue TV to receive their regional programmes.
Hampstead on the Couch. Maureen Lipman
tries to establish what is driving so many residents of this affluent district into therapy - and samples the treatments. Producer Tim Samuels ; Editor
Licence to Con. Sangita Myska and an undercover team reveal the burgeoning market in fake driving licences and MoTs - including an expert counterfeiter whose documents have enabled him and his associates to evade arrest.
Producer Tom Anstiss : Series producer Fiona Campbell
Dominic Littlewood and Top Gear's Jason Barlow come to the aid of Bristol schoolteacher Richard Houchin as he tries replacing his Rat Panda - a vehicle that has become the object of his pupils' derision - on a limited budget.
Director Lucy Hooper : Series producer Abigail Harvey
Archimedes's Secret. Until recently, a medieval document explaining the revolutionary ideas of Greek mathematician Archimedes was lying battered and ignored in a Middle East library. This documentary reveals how the course of human history might have differed had the text's wisdom and foresight been discovered earlier.
Producer Elizabeth Tucker
Executive editor John Lynch
Ace of Clubs. Piers Adam is gambling his fortune in the hope that two new venues will become not just "superclubs" but also world-renowned brands. As opening nights approach, will his dream be realised? Contains strong language. Producer James Callinan ; Series producer Simon Dickson
Postponed from 21 February 621207 ;
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Jonathan Davies and Keith Wood host a special edition of the magazine from London's Dorchester hotel, where 15 of rugby's all-time greats, selected by Bill McLaren , are attending the commentator's retirement dinner. Editor Jo McCusker
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 The Next Big Thing 88134 1.00 Making
Astronauts 2526405 1.35 Hollywood Science Speed 7786009 1.45 Truth Will Out 7799573 2.00 Elements of Healing 83844 2.30 Managing for Biodiversity: Forests in Trinidad 47509 3.00 Bloodlines: a Family Legacy Curriculum Development 3.30 Blast 1
Languages 4.00 Eurografters Germany and Italy Skillswise 5.00 Good Practice
Open University 6.00 Seal Secrets 68060 6.30 images of the Cosmos: Good Seeing - advances in astronomy.