Dustywugg wants to be a hero.
A double bill in which Buster digs up an arrowhead, and there's a battle of wits at the Medieval Fayre.
7 35 Rugrats
The babies are chased by an army of potties.
8.00 Short Change
The children's consumer show tests sports sandals.
Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1
8.25 C Bear and Jamal
Animation with the old stuffed bear and his cool friend.
8 45 Sheeep
Gogol decides to take up photography.
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Pablo the Little Red Fox
The cubs make friends, and Pablo tricks Poppy and Pumpkin.
9.10 The Story Makers
Milton and friends are making up hot and cold stories.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A basketball-playing family friend pays a visit, and Clifford forgets to go out and play.
The friends watch a ' boy with his grandfather's pigeons, and some children doing an African dance.
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Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The gang hold a tea party, and then they put on blindfolds.
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11.30 Postman Pat
It's been raining so hard that Pat's letters have become wet.
Jodie tries to cut her demo tape.
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Harold is stunned by Lou's greed and inhumanity.
From Epsom, Clare Balding and Sue Barker present coverage of the first of five live races at the course's biggest meeting of the year, starting with the Princess Elizabeth Stakes at
2.30. More at 2.45 on BBCI, and 4.10 on BBC2.
Culinary-challenge series with Ainsley Harriott. Celebrity Ready Steady Cook 7pm. BBC1
Followed by Tweenies
Judy arrives with the costumes for Cleo's fancy dress party.
Dennis the Menace
The day's action from Epsom concludes, with starts at 4.20 and 4.50.
King of the Hill. Homer accepts a publicity stunt challenge to climb Springfield's Murderhorn mountain. (si
Sue Barker and Clare Balding present a preview of tomorrow's 233rd running of the Epsom Derby, the world's most famous test of the thoroughbred.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Producer Gerry Morrison WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/racing
Stinger returns for the third heat to do battle against Hippobotomus, Plunderbird 5 and newcomer S3. Presented by Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester. Director Stuart MacDonald ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
Repeated at 12.15am 123533.
Continuing Rachel de Thame's 2001 series in which she and a guest create bold ideas for use in small spaces. The Modem Garden. Chelsea gold medallist
Stephen Woodhams creates an "outdoor room" in a north London garden, using clean modern lines and concrete surfaces. Series producer Abigail Harvey : Executive producer Owen Gay
Gordon Taylor and Guy Cooper continue to explore and explain some of the fundamentals of garden design.
Sculpture. Visits to Barbara Hepworth 's sculpture garden in Cornwall, the topiary garden at Cumbria's Levens Hall and the classical gardens of Anglesey Abbey.
Producer Ian Pye ; Executive producer Mark Hill Down to a fine art: page 43
Alan Titchmarsh shows how to maintain borders and offers tips on keeping slugs and snails away. He also makes a start on his hedges, while Rachel de Thame joins him in creating topiary shapes.
Series producer Colette Foster : Executive producer Tony Laryea BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, price £2.60; Gardens Illustrated, price £3.50
Second in a three-part film chronicling the military hero's life. A Thirst for Reputation. Richard Holmes explores how the then Sir Arthur Wellesley set out to prove himself a great military commander fighting the forces of French leader
Napoleon Bonaparte. In the process he won the adulation of Europe and the title Duke of Wellington.
Producer Mary Cranitch ; Series producer Rachel Bell BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: monthly, price L3.25
Clarkson arrives in Germany, where he receives humour lessons at a laughter clinic, introduces the locals to Blue Nun wine, enjoys the world's fastest taxi ride and checks into a hotel that recreates the grimness of eastern bloc life. Series director Dennis Jarvis ; Series producer Andy Wilman
Presented by Jeremy Vine. (S»w)
Doctor and writer Margaret Reynolds , writer/broadcaster Paul Morley and author Ian Rankin join Mark Lawson to review the week's cultural highlights and low points.
Producer Tanya Hudson Repeated next Sunday on BBC4
Shown yesterday at 6.45pm
Teen drama starring Shannen
Doherty as a student who finds herself in trouble when she gets involved with a rebel biker. Review page 63.
DirectorWilliam Friedkin (1994.18)
Repeats are not indicated
Secondary Schools English Shakespeare -the Animated Tales