Liz Barker goes bobsleighing. With sign language.
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)
7.25 Mona the Vampire
Strange things start to happen to the town's clock.
7.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody clones himself and Smedley tries to con Chilly out of his land.
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
8 00 Ace Lightning
Lord Fear tries to ambush Mark.
8 25 Looney Tunes
Charlie Dog tries to harass Porky Pig.
The last Tazmanian wolf tries to find a family to adopt him.
9.00 Xchange Xtra
Two viewers meet boy band Busted and go behind the scenes with them at Top of the Pops. Plus a sneak preview of this summer's hottest fashions.
Paul and Barry take on a survival course.
9.35 SMart on the Road
A tired looking after-school club becomes a magical place to hangout.
Presenter (Blue Peter):
Teddy is shown how to make wooden puppets.
10 00 Tweenies
It's Judy's birthday and the friends decide secretly to bake her a cake.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Tubbies watch some children with a double bass player.
10 50 Bob the Builder
Dizzy wants to be a sheepdog.
Animal adventure. When the children of his adoptive family are kidnapped, clever canine Benji comes to the rescue. Review page 58.
Director Joe Camp (1974, u) Followed by Witness The impact of Hitler Youth.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Latka's Revolting. Latka is all set to do his patriotic duty when revolution breaks out in his country.
- Romantic adventure starring
Tyrone Power and Orson Welles. In the 13th century, a nobleman leaves England a wanted man after leading a revolt against the King. In the Far East, he learns the secrets of gunpowder and printing and meets a beautiful Eurasian woman. Review page 58. Director Henry Hathaway (1950, U)
Film Trivia: page 53
(Digital: BBC London
The story of Grace Kelly , who turned her back on Hollywood to marry into Monaco's royal family. Director Paul Newman
Homer at the Bat. Playing softball, a home-made bat helps Homer into a league of his own.
Will's Up the Dirt Road. Will's efforts at journalism get him sued for libel by chat-show host Jay Leno.
Older and Far Away. It's Buffy's birthday, but Dawn is increasingly feeling neglected by her distracted elder sister. Repeated, uncut, tomorrow at lam
Making it Big. Adam Hart-Davis examines the birth of London Underground and the motor car, and tells the stories of the successes and failures of Victorian entrepreneurs. Director Stephen Warbarton
Executive producer Caroline van den Brul
van Den Brul
Kids. Chef Giorgio Locatelli and restaurateur Tony Allan believe British youngsters are served too much bland convenience food. Their alternatives include minestrone soup with alphabet pasta, Giorgio's authentic Italian pizza and an chocolate cake made without eggs.
Director Colette Camden: Series producer Karen Brown Perfect fast food for kids: page 38
Continuing Alan Titchmarsh 's new gardening series.
Cottage Garden. Titchmarsh shows how to create an old-fashioned family garden free of water features and decking, including a guide to which plants to choose and why they are easy to grow.
Series producer Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
The Day We Learned to Think. A small piece of stone found in an African cave is threatening to rewrite human history. If the message it contains is true then one of the touchstones of evolutionary theory - how our ancestors stopped being mere animals and became modern, thinking humans - has all been based on a mistake. This film investigates.
Producer Dan Clifton ; Editor Matthew Barrett
The business-dramas series returns for a new eight-part series. The People vs Coke. In 1985, after 99 years, executives decided to change the taste of the world's number one soft drink, Coca-Cola. Secret research proved the majority thought that "new Coke" tasted better. But a consumer revolt on a grand scale was about to take place.
Director/Producer Daniel Barry
With Kirsty Wark. (5)
Balance of Power. Lister wants a date with a dead console officer, and Rimmer's woken up with somebody else's arm. Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Director Ed Bye : Executive producer Paul Jackson
The series of rock highlights focuses on 1973, with music from the Who, John Martyn , Bob Marley and the Wailers, the Average White Band, Ry Cooder , Clifford T Ward, Alex Harvey and Rory Gallagher. Presented by Bob Harris.
Producer Mark Hagen
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.35 Personal Passions 2604624 12.55 The Next Big Thing - Evolution 2913228 1.30 In Search of Syphilis 76605 2.00 CyberWar 80889 2.30 Rocky
Shores: Life on the Edge 92624 3.00 Food: Whose Choice Is It Anyway?
Curriculum Development 3.30 Teaching Today: Art Classics 3 Languages 4.00 Italian Journey (part 2)
The Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Confidence Lab (5-6) Open University 6.00 The Secret of Sporting Success
6.30 Asteroid Hunters