The Sheeep go on a treasure hunt.
7.10 Bring It On!
The lads do comedy.
Shown last Friday on BBCl1
7.35 The Scooby-Doo Show
Demons plague Seattle.
8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Talent school update. Further coverage on CBBC channel
8.05 Dennis the Menace
8.30 The Wild Thornberrys
Darwin tries to return to the wild.
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Today, S Club programmes v Even Stevens, at 9.00, 9.30 and 10.05.
(A) Miami 7 The group play volleyball. Written by Paul Dornan
(B) Even Stevens Louis gets a job as a dog minder.
Writer ("Miami 7"):
A dog protects his feline friend.
The band take jobs.
Written by Paul Alexander and Simon Braithwaite
(B) Even Stevens
Louis takes dance lessons.
Daffy Duck as "Dorlock Homes".
(A) Hollywood 7
Written by Kim Fuller
(B) Even Stevens
Louis recalls his first week at school.
Writer ("Hollywood 7"):
Little car heroics.
A boot causes trouble.
Shown Friday on BBC1
The Tweenies find out about ants.
Children visit a South African game park.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
John has girl trouble. Followed by Witness
Russian children play.
1.10 Yoho Ahoy!
Adventures on the high seas.
Crime comedy, starring Jack Hawkins. A retired army officer stages a bank robbery. Review page 64. Director Basil Dearden (1960, PG)
(Digital: BBC London
Catherine Gee scours rural
Suffolk seeking a period house. Producers Gaynor Davies and Sarah Wood Series editor Kate Roberts
A dim-witted detective hits the TVs of Springfield - and his name is Homer Simpson.
The Cold War. Finding themselves in quarantine, Carlton and Will spend the night arguing over a girl. Another episode is on Thursday at 6.20pm
Lava's a Many Splendored Thing. The crew are trapped in lava-filled caves. www.bbc.co.uk/cult/farscape
Railways. A replica of Stephenson's Rocket is among the attractions as Dibnah dabbles in nostalgia for steam.
Producer David Hall : Executive producers Mike Greenwood and Paddy McCreanor
It's North v South tonight as Manchester University battle Middlesex in the first round. Presented by Jeremy Paxman. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
Innovations from the Stuart era come under the spotlight. Desygner Livinge. The trendiest new drink of the time - coffee - is sampled by Adam Hart-Davis as he begins his four-part journey through a period noted for grand design, as represented by the grand buildings of Christopher Wren. Producer Nikita Lalwani ; Series producer Paul Bradshaw
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Billy Bragg , former Small
Faces keyboard player Ian McLagan , writer and comedian Mark Steel and Bond cellist Gay-Yee Westerhoff guest.
Director Paul Wheeler Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
9.30 Coupling The Freckle, the Key and the Couple Who Weren 't
Steve is troubled by a blemish on his bottom.
Written by Steven Moffat : Director Martin Dennis : Producer Sue Vertue
Repeated on Wednesday at 9.30pm on BBC Choice
10.00 The Office Brent makes some easy money moonlighting, and Gareth finds a kindred spirit in a visiting IT specialist.
Written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant:
Producer Ash Atalla Repeated on Thursday at 9.30pm on BBC Choice
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Analysis of the news, with Kirsty Wark.
Editor George Entwistle
Towering Alan. In the last of the series, developments at the BBC give Alan a whiff of hope. Alan Partridge will return with a new series in November. Written by Peter Baynham. Steve Coogan and Armando lannucci Director Dominic Brigstocke ; Producer Armando lannucci
The Thing That Wouldn't t
Die (Part 2). In the last-ever episode, the mission is over. At the leaving party, Dick asks Mary to join him in space.
Postponed from 16 October
Andrew Neil with political news.
Series editor Gareth Butler
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Ever Wondered? 3094342 12.45 Personal Passions 3195025 1.00 Ever Wondered?
1.30 Philosophy in Action
Secondary Schools 2.00 Art The Art Languages 4.00 Espana Viva (parts 3-4)
Working In Construction 5.00 Computer Skills
Open University 6.00 Global Tourism 83367 6.30 My Favourite Things