Gogol enters a jumping contest. (R) (S)
Cassy, Gus and Verne must work together to generate enough heat to prevent Hamburg from freezing over. (R) (S)
7.35 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody buys a hot-dog cart. hires a supertermite and Smedley's television goes haywire.
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1 (R) (S)
8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
First of four updates this week presented by Jake Humphrey and Holly Willoughby. Further coverage on CBBC channel, and Fame Academy is on BBC1 at 7pm (S)
8.05 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S)
8.30 Round the Twist
Pete gains special powers. (R) (S)
Everywhere Spanish children pick and stack maize in a large pile.
Fimbo and Pom are happy when Florrie finds a hooter.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
9.30 Bill and Ben
Lots of interesting musical noises are heard in the garden.
9.40 The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson want to have a picnic in the library.
Judy learns Scottish dancing in a castle and goes in search of rabbits.
The friends copy a group of children's on-top-and underneath game.
Teletubbies magazine: Â£1.40
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Fractions - Thirds and Sixths 6923427 11.10 Look and Read
(ages 7-9) Spywatch- Trouble for Mary 4238791 11.30 Science Zone (ages 9-11) Living - Paradise Lost 4716717 11.50 The Chat Room (ages 8-10) Bullying
2252595 12.10 Primary Geography (ages 9-11) Mountains and Coasts - Life on the Coast
Business news updates, including the second report on the English National Ballet.
Last season's runner-up, Peter Ebdon , looks to go one better as he starts this year's campaign having been crowned world champion in May. Hazel Irvine, Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce live coverage from the second round at Preston's
Andrew Neil presents more live coverage from the Conservative Party Conference. With Zeinab Badawi leading a discussion with delegates.
(Digital: BBC London
Further coverage of today's play from Preston's Guild Hall.
Elimination quiz presented by Anne Robinson.
Bart, the Mother. When Bart accidentally kills a nesting bird, he tries his best to raise her eggs on his own. Fancy the Simpsons theme on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.com
Clips include Ultravox, Nirvana, Viola Wills, Classix Nouveaux and Procol Harum, plus new material from Norah Jones. Producer Mark Hagen More tomorrow at 6.20pm [Web Address Removed] BBC BOOK: Top of the Pops: 1964-2002, Â£14.99 from [Web Address Removed]
Highlights from the matches involving 2000 world champion Mark Williams and Australian Quinten Hann. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Arras. In May 1940, the Germans staged a lightning invasion of Belgium and France in the first of a new kind of armoured warfare known as blitzkrieg. Professor Richard Holmes traces their route to the French city of Arras, where a small British force launched a counterattack.
Director Steven Clarke ; Series producer Mark Fielder
The Battle of Shrewsbury. English archers unleashed the devastating power of the longbow for the first time ever, in July 1403, as the battle to otherthrow Henry IV ensued. From their base at the Church of St Mary Magdalene, built to commemorate the conflict, archaeologists Tony Pollard and Neil Oliver set out to investigate the battle and its history. Director Paul Ratcliffe ; Executive producer Pat Llewellyn
Mears demonstrates how the versatile birch tree can be used to make a refreshing sugary drink - "woodman's tea". Producer Kate Dillon ; Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised rpt) Another episode can be seen at Friday on 9.50pm
Death on the Nile. The world's first great civilisation, Egypt's Old Kingdom, collapsed abruptly in 2200 BC. Clues from the remote deserts of southern Egypt and the glaciers of Iceland, together with a dramatic archaeological find in the Nile delta, suggest terrible forces of nature were to blame. Producer Cynthia Page ; Series producer Jessica Cecil
The Day the Earth Shook. Yachiyo Imagawa's experience of being buried alive in a Japanese earthquake.
9.55 The Beatles. Dave Jamieson recounts his experiences during the early days of the Fab Four.
Classic comedy, first shown in 1977, starring Ronnie Barker. Poetic Justice. Fletcher is incensed when his peace and quiet is disrupted by the arrival of a third cell-mate.
Written by Dick Clement. Ian La Frenais ; Producer Sydney Lotteroy
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Highlights of the match involving
Jimmy White. Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Mary Loves Scoochie
(part 1). While poking around Mary's dresser, Dick finds some love letters signed "Scoochie".
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Breaking the Seal Tax Records
327311.00 The Romans in Britain ComingofAge
1.30 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta
Secondary Schools 2.00 Technology Designing Your Own Future- real-life lessons from past and present.
Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 9-12)
Webwlse for Business 5.00 Getting the Best from the Net Open University 6.00 Le Corbusier and the Villa la Roche 65557 6.30 The Rinuccini Chapel, Florence