Zarlak has been stealing sharp things.
7.20 Call the Shots
Film and TV secrets.
Shown yesterday at 4.30pm on BBC1
Taz tries to kick his comic book habit.
8-10 The Journey of Allen Strange
The Trykioids close in.
8.35 Pocket Dragon Adventures
The diminutive dragons meet a friendly witch.
8.50 Snailsbury Tales
The river looks like bursting its banks.
A look at the number two.
9.10 The Shiny Show
The puppets learn about trees.
9.30 Bob the Builder
Bob constructs a pond for a rock star.
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PC CD-Rom, Bob the Builder - Bob Builds a Park, available now. Â£19.99.
9.40 The Story Makers
Rossetti has trouble with traffic.
Milo is having a clumsy day.
Some children play with bubbles.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Storytime (ages 4-5) Sari Games 8263843 11.05
Numbertime (ages 4-6) Numbers 11-20: Number 15
11.20 Writing and Pictures (ages 6-7) Tab's Tales - the Knave 4911343 11.35 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Food Chains
1456843 11.50 English Express
(ages 9-11) Texts - Football Stories 1433992 12.10 Primary
History (ages 9-11) Time Lines - Work
Business news, plus new baby products are tested.
Comedy starring Ginger Rogers and David Niven.
A department store assistant who finds an abandoned baby is assumed to be its unmarried mother.
Review page 64. (1939. U) (BW) ***
Live action on the opening day of Ascot's Festival weekend, presented by Clare Balding and Willie Carson. The highlight of today's card is the L250,000 Watership Down Stud Sales race at 3.10. The other two starts are at 2.35 and 3.45.
Jim McGrath , Jimmy Lindley and RayCochrane commentate. Producer Gerry Morrison
Including News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather
Topical stories of the 1990s feature in the wry comedic quiz. (Revised repeat)
Culinary contest, with Ainsley Harriott.
Elimination quiz, presented by Anne Robinson. 6138U4
The Trouble with Trillions. Homer gets caught by the government over his tax returns.
That's No Lady, That's My Cousin. Ashley transforms herself from an innocent into a sexy young woman.
This penultimate heat of machine carnage features world champions Razer, back to do battle for the only title they are yet to win. Presented by Craig Charles and Phillipa Forrester , with commentary from Jonathan Pearce.
Director Stuart MacDonald ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
The Windbreak War. The Goods are furious when Margo announces she is planning to put up a large windbreak.
Written by John Esmonde. Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
Presenter Joe Swift is in Highbury, north London, to oversee the redesign of Anna Edmundson 's rather bleak roof terrace. Designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin , noted for his contemporary town gardens, is drafted in to turn the roof into an exciting outdoor space, taking his inspiration from a spectacular park in Paris.
Director Ginny Henderson ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson www.bbc.co.uk/gardening
BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World. £2.60. New issue on sale 4 October
Gardens Illustrated, F3.50 BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Rowers. £18.99
Highlights from the Belfry in Sutton Coldfield of the opening day of the 34th Ryder Cup. A total of eight points are at stake in today's foursomes and four-ball matches.
As a consequence of last year's events in New York on 11 September, the start of this biennial tournament, in which a team of the top players from Europe take on their American counterparts, was postponed until today.
In the 1999 showdown, the US team, trailing by four points after two days of play, produced one of the most thrilling final-day comebacks in the history of the competition. This year they have the world's number one in Tiger Woods and the 2001 Open champion David Duval in their 12-strong team, while the Europeans will be heartened by the recent performances of Thomas Bjorn and Sergio Garcia.
With Steve Rider. Commentary from Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , and Alex Hay , plus reports from Julian Tutt and Phil Jones. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater www.bbc.co.uk/golf
Presenter Mark Lawson mulls over this week's cultural highlights and low points with author Michael Gove , writer and film-maker Paul Morley , and journalist Rosie Boycott. Producer Tanya Hudson Repeated next Sunday on BBC4
A two-part history of the piano over the last 100 years, including rare archive footage and specially commissioned performances. This first edition features a potted history of the instrument, then Jools Holland examines its role - up to and including the Second World War- in jazz, blues, ragtime, stride, boogie woogie and the big bands.
Last in the series of the quiz based on untruths.
Shown on Monday at 10pm
Shown yesterday at 6.45pm
Repeats are not indicated.
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