With Jeremy Bowen and Sian Williams. Continued from BBC1. Timetable Monday. BBCI
Double bill. Teddy is lost during a game of hide and seek, and watches a balloon blow away.
9.10 The Story Makers
No one can think of story ideas.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford and his chums club together when Emily Elizabeth is feeling unwell.
A Spanish girl plays violin for her friends.
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Peggy and her friends learn about the life cycle of caterpillars in Butterfly Park.
Judy discovers that the market has sold out of Jake's favourite fruit.
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Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
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10.50 Hotch Potch House (ages 3-5) Melting and Freezing 7617752 11.10 Look and Read
(ages 7-9) Captain Crimson: Black to the Future
11.30 Music Makers (ages 9-11) Infinity Diner: Structure
4656787 11.50 Landmarks (ages 9-12) Britain since 1930: Trouble and Strife? 3934868 12.10 Tales of Europe (ages 7-9) With My Right Hand
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Sue Barker presents fourth-day coverage from the Queen's Club in west London, as the competition intensifies to reach Sunday's final.
Apart from 2000 and champion Lleyton Hewitt , the confirmed entrants before the start of this year's high-quality field included previous winners Wayne Ferreira (1992), Todd Martin (1994) and Mark Philippoussis (1997). Apart from the coveted trophy, the winner will receive a cheque for more than £58,000.
John Barrett , David Mercer ,
Pat Cash, John Lloyd and Chris Bailey are in the commentary box.
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Continuing this afternoon's live coverage from the Queen's Club.
Anne Robinson administers the put-downs to comedians in the last of this week's American specials.
Some Enchanted Evening. Homer takes Marge for an evening out when she feels unloved.
Guess Who's Coming to Marry. Will is shocked at his mother's reason for preventing him from attending his aunt's wedding. The series continues at the same time tomorrow
What's My Line (part 1). As Buffy goes on a date with Angel, Spike devises a sinister plan to bring about their demise.
Rptd tomorrow 11.35pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult/buffy
The Longest Night. Sixty years ago, Hitler launched the might of the Luftwaffe on the poorly defended, ancient city of York - an act condemned by many as a war crime deliberately aimed at British heritage. The documentary series asks why York was not better prepared for it, and hears testimony from survivors on both sides.
Producer Lucy Hester First shown on BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Flatpack Beetle. In the penultimate episode of the vehicle-conversion series, Trevor Nelson oversees the efforts of two teams trying to transform 1970s Volkswagen Beetles in such a way that they can be dismantled, reassembled and raced. With designers Edd China and Ranen Rudra.
Director EwanKeil; Series producer Andy Francis
Concluding Jeremy Clarkson 's series on rapid transit.
The Century of Speed. Clarkson looks back at 100 years of increasing mechanical velocity by taking the controls of a fighter plane and - much to his wife's annoyance - installing a supersonic jet in his garden. He also reveals his all-time favourite speed machine - the Vauxhall Vectra. Series producer Bill Grist
The second in a three-part series following investigations by Scotland Yard's Paedophile Unit. Operation Doorknock continues as detectives track down some of the people who were victims of a paedophile ring. Although the prime suspects are released on bail, the police search for witnesses prepared to testify is successful. The case is taken to the Old Bailey, and its outcome shocks even the most cynical of detectives. Contains disturbing and distressing images. Producer Ben Rumney ; Series producer Bob Long
With Jeremy Vine. (si
Sun. The art series concludes with a look at how artists have portrayed the sun -from the Renaissance to the Impressionists.
A keyboard piece from JS Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Editor Libby Jukes
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Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 33917 1.00 Final Frontier 7978172 1.35 Background Brief The Science of Sleep 9779207 1.50 What Have the 1990s Ever Done for Us? 5579135 2.00 Relative Risk -The Human Genome Project 2642443 2.50 Ever Wondered? 7634714 3.00 The Challenge - to Rebuild the Human Body
Curriculum Development 3.30 Aim Higher
Languages 4.00 Europuzzle: European Identity -Spain -what it means to be Spanish; Bon Mot The Harp
Working in Community 5.00 Health and Safety and Money Matters - a practical guide for voluntary groups.
Open University 6.00 Design for an Alien World 59443 6.30 Clayoquot Sound -the Final Cut?