The Woody Woodpecker Show
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
7.20 Dennis the Menace
Fun with the naughty boy.
7.45 Captain Abercromby
Jake threatens to make Snappy, the seaweed-cooking lobster, walk the plank.
8 00 Round the Twist
Bronson is a loser at school.
8.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
An oil tanker laden with infested petroleum runs aground near the Galapagos Islands.
8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Antics with the tiny dragons that live with a wizard.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta volunteers to babysit her excitable brother Cosmo.
9.15 Bob the Builder
The gang decide to surprise Bob on his birthday.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
9.30 Bill and Ben
When Whimsy gets a fright and runs for cover, Bill and Ben try to find her.
Florrie finds a box of straws, but Fimbo and Rockit mistake the contents for animal tales.
Max helps a family to move house.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Sports Day 6777129 10.40
Megamaths (ages 7-9) The King's New Clothes 2847991 11.00 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Zzaap and the Word Master - -Into the Crystal Caverns 5516620 11.20 Focus (ages 9-13) Growing Up What's Happening to Me?
11.40 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-11) Water-Citizenship and Geography
Finance and business review. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Actress Miriam Margolyes relives childhood memories of seaside holidays.
Drama. A novelist looks back on her childhood and her Norwegian-American family life in San Francisco, dominated by wise, practical and indomitable Mama Hanson.
Review page 52. (1948, U) (BW) ****
Film Trivia: page 49
Presenter Nick Page hunts down a property for a Leeds couple who would like to relocate to the Cornish coast.
Anne Robinson hosts the ruthless elimination quiz.
D'oh-in'inthe Wind. Homer sets out to determine what his middle initial stands for.
Will Is from Mars ... Lisa and Will have relationship counselling- in preparation for marriage.
Tonight's grand final sees Poole's Razer, Tornado from Sawtry, Oxford's Terrorhurtz and Firestorm IV from Durham battle to become champion. 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 an estate in North Wales, where the owners have diversified into an extraordinary range of activities, from go-karting to forestry. They also host an international falconry day, giving Clarissa and Johnny the chance to explore the history and behaviour of many birds of prey.
Director Dennis Jarvis ; Series producer David Peat
Working and pastoral breed groups are judged this evening at Birmingham's NEC, providing two further finalists for
Sunday's best-in-show event. Hosted by Philippa Forrester. Commentary by Peter Purves , Jessica Holm , Frank Kane and Wayne Cavanaugh. Continues tomorrow. Which TV dogs would win?: page 12
r Second of a six-part series in which Chris Collins shows how plants have individual characteristics and passions. Best Mates. Collins plants out an organic vegetable garden, explaining how its success depends upon "best mates" - companion plants that "look after one another". He also visits a garden in Dulwich, south London, which is run on the same principle, and joins in with the gardeners at
Audley End in Essex as they prepare the soil for planting. Director Micci Billinger ; Series producer Kathy Myers www.bbc.co.uk/gardening Carnation "Arosa" and "Oriental Red" offers - RT Shop: page 38
Hitler. Despised by most people, did the Nazi dictator display attributes that others have copied? In the first of a four-part series examining the administrative secrets of past leaders, historian Andrew Roberts reveals that many of Adolf Hitler 's techniques were unwittingly deployed by more recent heads in both politics and business. Roberts also challenges popular myths about the way Hitler ran the Nazi state and his military machine, suggesting that the key to both his early successes and his ultimate defeat lay in the way he presided over Germany.
Producer Detlef Siebert ; Executive producer Laurence Rees www.bbc.co.uk/history
Mears explores the ancient craft of tanning in which animal hide is turned into leather using extracts of tree bark.
Series producer Patrick Ravelle (Revised repeat)
Highlights from the BBC3 show, featuring music and celebrity chat.
Presented by Gavin Esler. (si
Mark Kermode , Germaine Greer and Ian Hislop join presenter Mark Lawson.
Producer Tanya Hudson
Another chance to see part seven of the science-fiction drama. Shown on Saturday at 9.05pm
Of yesterday's episode. Shown yesterday at 6.45pm
Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 3.00 Revisewise at School: Science 2 - light and sound, electricity, forces, and the Earth and beyond