Konnie Huq goes in search of the Aztecs.
With sign language. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.25 Mona the Vampire
Mona is convinced that Lily and Charlie have been brainwashed.
7.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody becomes a skateboard coach.
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
8.00 Ace Lightning
Lord Fear and his gang are encroaching on Mark's school.
8.25 Looney Tunes
Tweety is given a jet-propelled cage.
Taz has a personality makeover.
9.00 Xchange Xtra
Dr Piers Sellers talks about being an astronaut.
Plus the latest on pop singer Justin Timberlake.
Paul and Barry investigate a haunted theatre.
9.35 SMart on the Road
The team paint scenery.
Presenter (Blue Peter):
Guest (Xchange Xtra):
Andy makes a musical wind chime.
Judy visits the Science Museum. [website removed]
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A carpet appears in Teletubbyland.
10.50 Bob the Builder
It's race day for Scoop and Travis.
Bilko makes a rash proposal. (BW)
Then Afoot Again in the Past
Petworth House in Sussex.
With live debate from the House of Commons, plus the day's political news.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Comedy starring Claudette Colbert and Don Ameche.
When his publisher demands that all employees must be married, journalist Joe recruits his best friend's wife. Review page 58.
Director Sam Wood (1945. U)
(BW) Followed by Witness The effect of the partition of India.
Dr Rowan Williams is enthroned in the grandeur of Canterbury Cathedral as 104th Archbishop of Canterbury and President of the Anglican Communion. He will swear an oath of obedience and deliver his first sermon.
Music includes All People That on Earth Do Dwell, a specially commissioned piece by Scots composer James MacMillan , and a traditional Welsh penillion for harp and voice.
Huw Edwards sets the scene. Director David Kremer ; Producer
The Otto Show. Bart helps Otto when the bus driver loses his livelihood. With guest voices, Spinal Tap.
Three's a Crowd. Will gets roped into a skiing trip that quickly turns to disaster.
As You Were. Buffy's ex-boyfriend Riley pays a surprise visit with his wife Sam, both of whom are on a mission.
Repeated, uncut, tomorrow at lam
Pleasure Seekers. Adam Hart-Davis investigates leisure activities enjoyed by the Victorians in the last of the series. Producer Sam Starbuck
Executive producer Caroline van den Brul
van Den Brul
Entertaining. Chef Giorgio Locatelli and restaurateur Tony Allan return to the basics - simple food, wine and good company - in the last of the current series. On the menu are red onion, parmesan and green bean salad, chicken stew with lemon and artichoke, and summer berry pudding. Director Colette Camden; Series producer Karen Brown Pasta pan/steamer offer - RT Shop: page 38
Water Garden. A healthy pond can bring whole new sonic and aesthetic dimensions to a garden. Alan Titchmarsh dons waders as he explains how to create and maintain the perfect natural pond, and his aqualung to rescue and return a fetid water feature to its former glory.
Series producer Kath Moore : Executive producer Dick Colthurst
The Rise and Fall of Gene Therapy. Jesse Gelsinger was born with a rare genetic condition and died because an experiment went terribly wrong. Gene therapy is a simple concept: for any disease caused by a genetic mutation, defective genes are replaced with healthy ones. Jesse agreed to take part in a safety trial, but what happened next led to his death, the destruction of a scientist's career and the demise of gene therapy itself.
Producer Andrew Cohen ; Editor Matthew Barrett
Second in the new eight-part business-dramas series.
A New Menu. Top chef Gordon Ramsay 's latest conquest is the Connaught Hotel in London's Mayfair, haunt of aristocrats, millionaires and statesmen. When it reopens Ramsay, a notorious taskmaster, will have put up the cash, but Angela Hartnett will be running the kitchen. This film witnesses the chemistry between the two.
Director/Series producer Joanna Ball
Waiting for God. Lister learns how to read cat writing. Written by Rob Grant and Doug Naylor
Director Ed Bye ; Executive producer Paul Jackson
Bob Harris introduces
1974's musical highlights, including Tim Buckley , Dobie Gray , Chick Corea , Johnny Winter , Splinter, Graham Nash , Captain Beefheart and Ducks Deluxe.
Producer Mark Hagen
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.35 Personal Passions 2440428 12.55 The Next Big Thing 2742732 1.30 Hubbard Brook : the Chemistry of a Forest 79374 2.00 Fighting for Space
2.30 Therapies on Trial 84867 3.00 Healing the Whole Curriculum Development 3.30 Key Skills: The Contender 1 Languages 4.00 How to Learn a Language Anger at Work 5.00 The Bullying Business
Open University 6.00 Seeing through Maths: Wood, Brass and Baboon Bones 37751 6.30 Open Advice - a Different Way of Learning - the OU's extra-curricular benefits.