Animation. Burnout and Livewire smuggle a Dustywugg back to the lamppost.
Double bill. One of the twins falls sick, and the gang create their own videos.
Double bill. Tommy is convinced he is going to become a monster, and Angelica rustles up some cereal bars.
8.00 Blue Peter
Previewing big movie releases. With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.25 C Bear and Jamal
8 45 Sheeep
Animated fun. Gogol's car gets two flat tyres.
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Andy and Looby sail on a boat in a puddle, and Teddy breaks Looby's plates.
9.10 The Story Makers
There's a lot of washing going on in the library.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford puts up Cleo for the weekend, but finds her a less-than-respectful guest in his doghouse.
Little Bo Peep searches for her sheep in Teletubbyland.
BBC Teletubbies magazine: Â£1.35.
BBC video: Teletubbies 2, 12.99
Educational fun with Peggy Patch et al.
Max looks for a glass crystal gift.
BBC Tweenies magazine: price Â£1.40
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Sports drama. A teenager at a new school in Ohio is
__ initially ostracised by his new classmates, but uses his rollerblading skills to win them over. Review page 56.
Director Rob Bowman (1993, PG)
Dan Cruickshank looks back at the protection of civilians in the Second World War.
Business updates. CEEFAX: page
Live coverage from Devonshire Park Eastbourne, of the quarter-finals at the pre-Wimbledon ladies' tournament. Commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer ,
Virginia Wade and Sam Smith. Executive producer Paul Davies
Zeinab Badawi with the latest from Parliament. CONTACT: phone-in [number removed] (calls charged at local rate), fax
[number removed] or e-mail email@example.com
(Digital: BBC London News)
The Gold Cup, starting at 3.45, is the highlight of action from Ascot. Competed over a distance of two-and-a-half miles, the race is worth £220,000. Other races are at 4.20 and 4.55. Presented by Clare Balding .
Pius tennis from Eastbourne with coverage of the quarter-finals, with Sue Barker.
Moaning Lisa. Lisa has the blues and starts to mope her way through school and life.
She Ain't Heavy. Will meets a girl whose company he really enjoys, but fears ridicule as she is overweight. The series continues at the same time tomorrow
What's My Line? (part 2). Buffy teams up with Kendra to save Angel, whose death is necessary to cure Drusilla.
Rptd tomorrow 11.35pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult/buffy
We 'll Meet Again. Nearly 60 years after the Second World War, hundreds of ex-service personnel are still trying to find the compatriots who fought alongside them. This film. which concludes the series, tells stories of happiness and disappointment at the recent reunion parties for veterans that were organised to achieve this end.
Producer Ash Potterton WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/homeground
Circuit Racer. In the concluding episode of the vehicle-conversion series, Trevor Nelson oversees the efforts of two teams who are trying to transform Range Rovers into sleek circuit racers that will then race against each other over a number of laps with pit stops and driver changes.
Director Ewan Keil ; Series producer Andy Francis
Playing God. Adam Hart-Davis enters the Victorian world of science and medicine as he hunts for fossils at Lyme Regis, re-creates a seance, looks at devices for waking the dead and views the first antiseptics and anaesthetics. Producer Sam Starbuck ; Executive producer Caroline van den Brul
van Den Brul
Concluding the three-part series following investigations by Scotland Yard's Paedophile Unit. The detectives search the home of Mark Hanson , a paedophile in Southampton who is wanted by the Dutch police. He allows the cameras into his home and talks frankly about his life as a committed and incurable paedophile. Contains disturbing images.
Producer Ben Rumney ; Series producer Bob Long
Aged 22, Rupert Murdoch inherited a minor Australian paper. Now he oversees an empire worth L30 billion. In this documentary, Murdoch and his family discuss his rise to power, events in his personal life, and his determination to keep the business a family affair.
With Jeremy Vine.
Once a tourist haven,
Kashmir is now regarded as a potential nuclear flashpoint and one of the most dangerous places on the planet. India and Pakistan have already fought two wars in the mountains of Kashmir and now they face each other in another military stand-off that has become a global concern. In this film, Mark Tully traces the roots of the dispute. Producer Susan O'Keeffe ; Editor Lucy Hetherington
Shown on Monday at 10.10pm on BBC4
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Editor Libby Jukes
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science Shown Tuesday 8pm
91599 1.00 The Next Big Thing 7714976 1.35 Background Brief 9508711 1.50 What Have the 1990s Ever Done for Us? 7177119 2.00 Waving Not Drowning 15112 2.30
Orsanmichele 8436773 3.20 Ever Wondered? Curriculum Development 3.30 Scene Offside
Languages 4.00 Europuzzle France- what it means to be French; Belgium - divided identities in Belgium; Bon Mot The Ageist Working In the Community 5.00 Health and Safety/Money Matters - a practical guide for voluntary groups.
Open University 6.00 Mappingthe Milky Way 21228 6.30 Meaning in Abstract Art