The tale of the Naughty Sausage.
Animated fun with the penguin.
Taz finds a job at the Hotel Tazmania.
Fashion and lifestyle show.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.15 The Cramp Twins
A psychologist explains a theory.
American footballers try curling, and golfer Justin Rose takes part in Celebrity Hit.
9.00 The Scooby-Doo Show
The legendary Headless Horseman rides again.
9 20 XChange
Ex-Spice Girl Mel B tries out hairdressing.
9.40 Chucklewood Critters
Buttons's grandmother twists her ankle when she comes to stay.
10.05 Driven Crazy
The Bourke family tour Australia.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily has fun in her yard.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 The Shiny Show
The theme is "in the park".
The gang put on a puppet show.
Ireni dies in the aftermath of a car accident.
Kirsty Wark looks around an old mosque in Surrey.
John Inverdale, Roger Black and Clare Balding introduce coverage from Manchester, plus racing from Ascot.
1.00 Athletics Coverage of the first round of the men's 100m, the heptathlon and the first round of the men's 400m.
1.45 Hockey The women's competition gets underway at the Games as Scotland take on overwhelming favourites Australia at Belle Vue.
2.05 Racing From Ascot, with starts at 2.15, 2.45 and 3.20. Commentary by Jim McGrath, Willie Carson, Jimmy Lindley, Ray Cochrane, Angus Loughran and Jonathan Powell.
Producer (racing) Gerry Morrison
Bob the Builder Bob's cat Pilchard goes missing.
Mona the Vampire Double bill. Mona finds a troll family, and a ventriloquist s dummy comes to life.
4.10 Cubix A contaminated robot heads for Bubble Town.
4.35 S Club 7: Don't Stop Movin'
Two lucky competition winners meet their idols.
5.00 Rule the School Teachers go through their paces as pupils take over a football class.
5.35-6.00 PM The Simpsons Homer allows Bart to work at a burlesque house.
Live action from Manchester on the first full evening of competition in the 17th Commonwealth Games. Introduced by Sue Barker and Sharron Davies , with expertise from Michael Johnson and Roger Black.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings. Ends 10.30.
6.05 Synchronised Swimming The first gold medal of the day will be decided in the solo synchronised swimming event at the Manchester Aquatics Centre. Commentary is by Matt Chilton and Andrea Holland.
6.35 The second round of the men's 100m begins the track and field coverage. The weight of expectation lies with England's Dwain Chambers, the British European
Cup captain and recent two-times victor over world-record holder Maurice Greene.
7.10 The women's hammer competition features England's Lorraine Shaw , who ranked ninth in the Sydney Olympics. At the same time the second round of the men's 400m will be taking place, in which the highly fancied Daniel Caines will be representing England.
7.45 The first round of the women's 400m, with Jamaica's Lorraine Fenton the favourite.
7.50 Jonathan Edwards of England commences his bid for an elusive Commonwealth gold to add to his collection in the qualifying round of the men's triple jump.
8.35 Olympic and World Championship silver medallist Paul Tergat of Kenya is the star attraction in the men's 10,000m final.
9.15 The heptathlon 200m event rounds off the evening's track and field. Commentary on the athletics events is from Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster , Sally Gunnell and John Regis.
9.55 Gymnastics England's men's team look to defend the gold medal they took home in 1998. Commentary by Barry Davies , Mitch Fenner and Christine Still.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins : Executive editor Dave Gordon
BBCi: digital viewers can press the red handset button to follow theirfavourite sport or competitor either in the pool, trackside, in the field or on the pitch WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/commonwealth
British sprinters leading the field: page 32; Win a day as an elite athlete: page 40
News analysis with Jeremy Paxman.
Journalist/author Natasha Walter , critic/broadcaster
Paul Morley and novelist Ian Rankin , best known for his series of crime novels featuring Detective Inspector John Rebus , are the punditsjoining presenter Mark Lawson to mull over the week's cultural highlights and low points.
Producer Tanya Hudson Repeated next Sunday on BBC4
Bad Eggs. A parenting exercise for Sunnydale's students has grisly consequences when their "foster eggs" hatch. Shown yesterday at 6.45pm
n Offbeat drama. When medical student Raymond goes home for a few days' holiday, his tyrannical father tells him he has to forgo a prestigious internship to look after his mother. Raymond and his sultry mother Susan soon become unusually close. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Director David 0 Russell (1994,18)
Repeats are not indicated.
Special Education Go for It! Choices - the series which aims to help special needs students develop their independence.