Dennis the Menace
The day they took Gnasher away.
7.25 Mona the Vampire
Mona's cousin Melvyn causes Von Kreepsula to reappear.
7.40 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Buzz tries to sell Woody.
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
8.00 Ace Lightning
Googler turns Ace into an evil zombie.
8.25 Looney Tunes
Granny recounts the story of Little Red Riding Hood to Timmy the mouse.
Taz tries to kick his comic-book habit.
9.00 Xchange Xtra
Boy band Blue perform in the studio, plus advice on makingdistinctive Mother's Day cards.
The lumberjack brothers are at loggerheads when they run into the legendary Bigfoot.
9.35 Captain Abercromby
A storm and a surprise pirate attack threaten to ruin Arthur's birthday.
Bill and Ben
The flowerpot-based veterans try to cheer up a dispirited Weed.
Jake dresses up as a kangaroo. [website removed]
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The playmates have fun with a chasing and catching game.
10.50 Bob the Builder
An awful racket ensues when Bob tries to make a trumpet from old pipes.
Bilko awaits the arrival of cousin Swifty with eagerness. (BW)
Then Afoot Again in the Past
Ickworth House in Suffolk.
Flying Foresters. How fruit bats play a key role by pollinating fruit and trees.
Rnance and business review. Editor TraceyHobbs
Reluctant Fighter. Tony is challenged by an ageing former boxing champion.
Explorers impart survival techniques.
I Second World War drama starring John Wayne. Tough Sergeant Stryker inherits a bunch of raw recruits and is given the task of turning them into crack marines for action in the Pacific. Review page 60. Director Allan Dwan (1949. PG)
(Digital: BBC London
Paul Martin hosts the antiques auction show from the resort of Torquay in Devon.
Culinary challenge, hosted by Ainsley Harriot.
Anne Robinson hosts the ruthless elimination quiz.
Bart's Friend Falls in Love. Bart becomes jealous when
Milhouse falls for a girl at their school.
It's a Wonderful Lie. Will and Lisa both lie about their plans and then end up at the same party.
Six robots do battle in the second round of semi-finals.
Likely to be in contention are Tornado from Sawtry and Oxford's Hypno-Disc, but new robot on the circuit Terrorhurtz may surprise them. With Craig Charles and Philippa Forrester. Director Derek Wheeler ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
First shown on BBC Choice
Clarissa Dickson Wright and Johnny Scott visit the North Kent Marshes, 20 miles east of London, in the series celebrating Britain's rural life. A gathering point for wildfowl, the area is steeped in history, from Charles Dickens to Cobham Hall. It's also one of the proposed sites for London's new airport. Director Donald Coutts ; Series producer David Peat
Oddie takes to the air to view the stunning beauty of Loch Lomond. Back on the ground he observes spectacular seasonal fungus displays and salmon leaping up waterfalls. But will he be lucky enough to spot two of Scotland's most charismatic creatures, the red deer and the golden eagle? Producer Lucy Meadows; Series producer Stephen Moss
First of a six-part series in which Chris Collins shows how plants have individual characteristics and passions.
Show Girls. Chrysanthemums, asters and dahlias are just some of the late summer bloomers Collins plants in a south London garden. He also gets to meet a chrysanthemum grower in Tyne and Wear, admires the dahlia bed at Hever Castle in Kent and pays the RHS Autumn Show a visit. Director Peter Leonard : Series producer Kathy Myers www.bbc.co.uk/gardening Getting lads into the garden: page 37
Dahlia and Masterpiece chrysanthemums offers - RT Shop: p37
Using colour footage found hidden in suitcases at the Chaplin family villa, Timewatch presents a new analysis of the film The Great Dictator and recounts the parallel stories of Charlie Chaplin and Hitler - two men born in the same week. As the Nazi leader launched his blitzkrieg, Chaplin's satire of Adolf Hitler was near completion. By the time the movie arrived in England - at the height of the Blitz - it was regarded as the greatest tonic imaginable for the British people, and it went on to bank more than twice as much as any other Chaplin film.
First shown on BBC4 [web address removed]
Mears searches for signs of badgers and deer, showing how a keen eye can spot their tracks on the forest floor.
Series producer Patrick Flavelle (Revised repeat)
Highlights from BBC3's entertainment show, featuring music and celebrity chat.
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Rosie Boycott , Natasha Walter and James Brown join presenter Kirsty Wark.
Producer Tanya Hudson
Another chance to see part six of the sci-fi drama. Shown on Saturday at 9pm
Of yesterday's episode. Shown yesterday at 6.45pm
Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 3.00 Revisewise at School: Science 1 - interpreting results, and the properties of materials