Flint the Time Detective
Flint is dispatched to recover a time-shifter trapped in a fairy tale. (R) (S)
7.20 Rule the School
School band Teachurz play. Last in the series.
Show last Friday on BBC1 (S)
Tommy is reluctant to share Spike. (R) (S)
8.10 The Journey of Allen Strange
Series about a teenage alien stuck on Earth. An alien parasite takes over Grandma Irma's dog. (R) (S)
8.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
New series of animated tales.
Something odd happens to Philbert on Dark Moon night. (S) (W)
8.50 Snailsbury Tales
Beginning "slow-moving" animated series about a town of snails. Kevin dons a TV superhero's costume. (S) (W)
Children in India learn to count to three.
Repeated at 1pm
9.15 The Shiny Show
The puppets visit a sailing club.
Brum saves the day when Granny Slippers runs out of control on Max's stunt bike.
9.40 The Story Makers
Jackson wants to be a drummer.
The gang stage their own version of Top of the Pops.
Two girls make an imaginary friend.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 Wiggly Park
Shelly the snail is feeling homesick.
** Drama starring Anne Shirley as an ambitious teacher who falls victim to the politics of a powerful rural family and a cruel matriarch. Review page 40. Director Jack Hively (1940. U)
Rorists share their expert knowledge.
Shown at 9am
1.10 Yoho Ahoy!
Animated high-seas adventures.
Period adventure, starring Mark Lester, Oliver Reed and Raquel Welch. Prince Edward's plan to change places with a street urchin for the night goes awry when he is arrested.
Widescreen. Review page 40.
Director Richard Fleischer (1977. PG)
Inchmahome Priory, Perthshire, and Bradenstoke, Wiltshire.
(Digital: BBC London
Experts Philip Serrell and Kate Alcock value antiques in Cardiff. Producer Hannah Corneck Postponed from 30 August
Blackpool residents contest a seaside special.
Martin Sheen is guest voice as Seymour Skinner's true identity is revealed.
TV's top ten families, and win a cast-signed Simpsons script: p26.
The siblings compete for a coveted ticket to a wrestling match, while Dewey loses Craig's cat. [web address removed]
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It's a Small World After All. When Lois attends a school reunion she uncovers a disturbing pattern of events.
A new six-part historical exploration, presented by Amanda Vickery , of the conflict implicit in relationships, where the heart craves passion and eroticism, while the head demands a prudent and balanced partnership.
Adoring Women. The series begins in 12th-century France with Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine's establishment of a court of love, where the rituals of romantic love were invented.
Executive producer Andy Metcalf ; Series producer Dick Taylor 21 FREE BOOKLET: call [number removed] or visit www.open2.net
Newcastle and York lock horns in the opening salvo of the battle to find the 2002-03 champions in a new series of the perennial academic quiz. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Producer PeterGwyn; Director Tracey Rooney
The Bayonet: Cold Steel. Used by the English at Culloden in 1746 and as recently as the Falklands conflict, the bayonet remains a mainstay of the British military arsenal. Producer Paul Tilzey ; Series producer Martin Davidson
Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps
Vomit. Gaz nurses a sick Jonny and Louise buys a puppy.
Written by Susan Nickson ; Director Gareth Carrivick ; Producer Stephen McCrum First shown on BBC Choice BBC VIDEO: series one of Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps. £15.99
Six members of the public say they have slept with a celebrity, but only one is telling the truth. A probing audience must wheedle out the truth with the help of host Paul Kaye. Director John FD Northover; Producers Bill Matthews , Harry Thompson
Repeated on Friday at 11.35pm
Media mogul Michael Grade attempts to consign his pet hates to perdition. Paul Merton hosts and adjudicates.
Producer Victoria Payne ; Series producer Richard Wilson
News analysis, with Gavin Esler.
Editor George Entwistle
In a documentary about living with cancer rather than dying of the disease, film-maker Luke Holland chronicles his brother Peter's five-year battle with terminal myeloma, a rare form of bone-marrow cancer. It is also a love story, charting the ups and downs of the relationship between Peter and his partner Jeanette as the illness progresses. Directed by Luke Holland ; Series editor Nick Fraser
Repeats are not indicated.
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Wild World 2.00 Changing World - The State of the Planet Languages 4.00 Discovering Portuguese 3-4 - an introduction to the language, country and people; French on a Plate BrittanyWorking in the Media 5.00 Careers and Health and Safety Open University 6.00 Jazz. Ragga and Synthesisers
6.30 The Spanish Chapel, Florence