With Linford Christie.
(Shown last Friday BBC1)
7.25 Mona the Vampire
The park keeper becomes defensive over his exotic plants.
Verne must confront his fear of heights.
8.00 Ace Lightning
Has Ace fallen for Lady Illusion?
8.25 Looney Tunes
Daffy Duck goes into business.
Taz's sister brings home a cute kitten.
9.00 Xchange Xtra
Westlife join Rhodri Owen and Ade Adepitan to perform their new single in the first of this week's shows.
Accident-prone Paul and Barry deliver a fireplace.
Home-made hovercrafts on the science show.
(Shown Wednesday BBC1)
Guest (Blue Peter):
Presenter (Xchange Xtra):
Presenter (Xchange Xtra):
The feline goes shopping, then exercises with Tango.
The friends swap clothes as they pretend to be each other.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The pals see some lovely clouds.
10.50 Bob the Builder
Wendy takes charge of matters when Bob comes down with a cold.
Drama based on true events, starring Kellie Martin and Jill Clayburgh. A student who believes that she was kidnapped as a child sets about investigating her secret past. Review page 56. (1995)
First of the week's financial roundups. With Adam Shaw.
Louie Meets the Folks. Louie is invited to meet Zena's parents.
Romantic drama starring Jane Seymour and James Brolin. When her sister dies in childbirth, Chris Winslow decides to raise the baby. Trouble ensues when, seven years later, the father demands custody of the boy. Review page 56.
Director James keach (1998)
The first episode of the classic sitcom starring Penelope Keith. Audrey Fforbes-Hamilton is forced to sell her stately home. Written by Peter Spence
(Digital: BBC London
In the first of four editions this week, antiques experts Philip Serrell and Kate Alcockjoin vendors hoping to fetch a good price at an auction in Cardiff.
Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Dogof Death. The family pet finds himself in the doghouse following expensive veterinary treatment. Fancy the Simpsons theme on your phone? Visit www.radiotimes.ooni
Same Game, Next Season. Will goes overboard in his attempt to make a good first impression on Lisa's father. Another episode is on Thursday at 6.20pm
Fetal Attraction. Moya's crew track Aeryn to a Scarran border station, where the freighter she is imprisoned upon is about to leave for Katratzi, a Scarran base.
Another episode is on tomorrow at 6.45pm
Beginning a three-part series in which Jonathan Meades investigates Britain's troubled relationship with food.
Fast Food. Omnipresent and easily affordable, junk food satisfies our demand for instant gratification. Meades examines the industry, and notes the rise of the TV chef in an age when people have lost the ability to cook for themselves. Director Francis Hanly : Executive producer Anthony Wall Whatever happened to traditional British food?: page 38
Warwick do battle with Sheffield in the second of the quarter finals. Jeremy Paxman poses the questions. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
Another collegiate battle is on Friday at 7pm on BBC4
Will L20,000 be enough to buy Helen Botham , a dairy farmer from Derbyshire, a sturdy and economical 4x4 vehicle that can cope with muddy fields and a heavy trailer? Jason Barlow and Dominic Littlewood find out.
Director Andy Francis : Series producer Karen Mackinder
Never Mind the Buzzcocks Matt Hales of Aqualung, Jaret von Erich from US punk-pop outfit Bowling for Soup, jazz singer Sam Brown , and Australian comedian Adam Hills guest on the comedy music quiz. Hosted by Mark Lamarr. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producers Simon Bullivant and Warren Prentice
Repeated next Sunday
9.30 Shooting Stars Ex-EastEnder Lucy Benjamin ,
Jessica Taylor of Liberty X and Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley join Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer for more surreal comedy-quiz capers. Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Lisa Clark
First shown on BBC Choice
10.00 The Kumars at No 42 Pete Waterman , Pop Idol runner-up Gareth Gates and R 'n'B singer Samantha Mumbajoin Sanjeev Kumar and his family in their Wembley home. Written by Richard Pinto. Sharat Sardana , Sanjeev Bhaskar
Producers Lissa Evans , Richard Pinto , Sharat Sardana ; Executive producers Jimmy Mulville , Denise O'Donoghue
Analysis of the news, with Jeremy Paxman.
Editor George Entwistle
Two-part docudrama starring Timothy West as the 16th-century German monk who took on the Catholic Church. Driven to Defiance. Luther sets himself on a road to conflict with the most powerful institution of the day.
Narrated by Liam Neeson. Concludes tomorrow 11.20pm. Written and produced by Cassian Harrison
Executive producer Richard Bradley
Followed by The 48 Preludes and Fugues
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Sounds of Paradise 22545 1.00 A Tale of Two Capitals: Paris and Rome 9279093 1.50 Ever Wondered? - with fashion writer Caryn Franklin. Secondary Schools 2.00 History: KS3 Curriculum Bites Interpretations/The French Revolution
Languages 4.00 Talk Portuguese (parts 5-6)/Brazil Inside Out-1 - a guide to Salvador and the north east of the country. Anger at Work 5.00 Bullying- a Survival Guide
Open University 6.00 The Sonnet-the enduring popularityof the verse form. 70670 6.30 Museed'Orsay