With guest Basil Brush.
(Shown last Friday, BBC1)
7.25 Mona the Vampire
Cupid's broken heart threatens to ruin Valentine's Day.
Evil Zarlak drains logic from the surface world.
8.00 Ace Lightning
Mark meets the superhero living inside his computer.
8 25 Looney Tunes
Classic Warner Bros animation.
Taz's pet dog turns out to be a turtle.
9.00 Xchange Xtra
Blazin' Squad feature in the first of a new ten-part run of the magazine.
A Russian ballet star causes problems for the silly siblings. Patrick Mower guest-stars.
An explosive experiment with indigestion tablets.
(Shown last Weds, BBC1)
Hunting for treasure, then a ride in a pushchair.
Fizz decides it's time to copy Bella.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10 25 Teletubbies
Two boys bake some bread. 24 shows that changed TV: page 14
10.50 Bob the Builder
Lofty s heavy load damages the bridge.
- Drama starring Robert Mitchum and Myrna Loy. While young Tom Tiflin devotes himself to his pony, trouble brews in his ranch home. Review page 53. Director Lewis Milestone (1949. PG)
Then Witness The 1955 accident that killed screen idol James Dean.
First of the week's finance roundups. With Adam Shaw.
The Apartment. Latka appears to be homeless. Then Witness The dropping ofthe first atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
The draw for the quarter-finals of this year's FA Cup.
Castle, seaside memories and the island of Dalkey.
★★★★★ r Romantic comedy starring
Wendy Hiller and Roger Livesey. A young woman vows to marry a millionaire. But a chance meeting while on the Isle of Mull makes her think again. Review page 53. Directors Michael Powell. Emeric
A look at the turbulent life of film star Humphrey Bogart. Director Steve Greenwood ; Series producer Tom Ware
Lisa the Greek. In an attempt to win Homer's attention,
Lisa feigns an interest in American football. 24 shows that changed TV: page 14
Love Hurts. Lisa humiliates Will when she performs a concussive self-defence manoeuvre on him.
Another episode is on Thursday at 6.20pm
Prayer. Crichton sets out to rescue Aeryn, who is held captive aboard a Scarran freighter.
Daisy Goodwin introduces verses to help the lovelorn make sense of heartache in the penultimate part of the series. The Grass Is Greener. Prunella Scales recites
Moyra Donaldson 's Infidelities, Amanda Holden reflects on Loss by Wendy Cope , and Damian Lewis reads Jealousy by Rupert Brooke. Concludes tomorrow 7.30pm.
It's a London derby as University College take on Birkbeck College in the first quarter-final. With Jeremy Paxman. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
Another collegiate battle is on Friday at 7pm on BBC4
Singer Vijay Kadara from Birmingham hopes to swap his trusty old Ford Mondeo for a new car with plenty of "pulling power". Jason Barlow and Dominic Littlewood offer advice - but will aesthetics or Vijay's budget prevail? Director Dave Smith ; Series producer Karen Mackinder
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Perrier Award-winning comedian Rich Hall and Xfm radio DJ Christian O'Connell join team captains Phill Jupitus and Bill Bailey for another comic test of musical knowledge. Mark Lamarr hosts. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
Repeated next Sunday
9.30 Shooting Stars Writer and broadcaster Clement Freud , ex-Hearsay member Myleene Klass and actress
Claire Goose are the guest panellists joining hosts Vie Reeves and Bob Mortimer for more frantic quiz antics. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Lisa Clark
Postponed from 3 February First shown on BBC Choice
10.00 The Kumars at No 42 Veteran actor Leslie Phillips and the "Nutty Boys" from the group Madness field a range of probing personal questions on the Kumar family sofa.
Written by Richard Pinto , Sharat Sardana , Sanjeev Bhaskar : Producers Lissa Evans. Richard Pinto. Sharat Sardana: Executive producers Jimmy Mulville ,
Analysis of the news, with Jeremy Paxman.
Editor George Entwistle
Reporter Ben Anderson continues his exploration of countries branded "evil" by George W Bush with visits to Syria, Libya and Iran, where he is held on allegations of spying. The fourth and final part is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Director Will Daws ; Executive producers Karen O'Connor and Lucy Hetherington First shown on BBC4 Another film at 12 midnight on BBC4
Host Paul Merton invites the former BBC chief political correspondent John Sergeant to rid the world of his pet hates. Director Phil Chilvers ; Producer Toby Stevens
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Music and Place: in Tune with America 47692 1.00 Taking Note 90321 1.30 Frederick the Great andSansSouci-atourofthispalacenearPotsdam Secondary Schools 2.00 History The First World War Languages 4.00 Talk Italian (parts 5-6)/ltaly Inside Out- 1: Venice - the experience of living in the Italian city
The Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Talking with Others Open University 6.00 Framing and Forming
6.30 Paris: Spectacle of Modernity