The Woody Woodpecker Show
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
7.15 Dennis the Menace
Fun with the naughty boy.
7.45 Captain Abercromby
The boss hires a cat.
8.00 Comic Relief Does Fame Academy on CBBC
Last night's rejected contestant is interviewed, plus an update.
8.20 The Genie from Down Under
Comedy drama about a girl who finds a life-altering opal.
8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Zoom Zoom finds that his wish to fly is granted.
Live coverage from the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, of day one in the three-day World Indoor championships.
The action kicks off with the women's triple-jump qualifying, featuring Commonwealth and European champion
Ashia Hansen. Other highlights include the men's 60m, where Briton Jason Gardener has been the man to beat so far this season. The full timetable is as follows:
9.00 Women's triple-jump qualifying round
9.15 Women's 200m round one
9.50 Men's 200m round one
10.35 Men's 3,000m round one 11 is Women's 60m round one
11.30 Men's long-jump qualifying round
11.50 Men's 60m round one
12.40 Women's 800m round one 1_10 Women's 400m round one With Roger Black and Michael Johnson. More at 3.30pm. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Michael Cole
Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Bilko is mistaken for a New York City millionaire.
Tony and Brian. Tony's friend Brian tries to find a rich family to adopt him.
(Digtal: BBC London
If they figure in the men's 60m final, Britain's Jason Gardener and Mark Lewis-Francis will be aiming to end North American dominance. In the women's event, Ukrainian Zhanna Block is looking to add the world indoor crown to the outdoor title she took over Marion Jones. The full timetable is as follows:
3.45 Women's 60m final
4.00 Men's 60m semi-finals
4.15 Women's 60m semi-finals
4.35 Men's 400m round one
5.05 Women's 200m semi-finals
5.15 Men's 200m semi-finals; Men's triple-jump qualifying
5.30 Men's 1500m round one
6.00 Men's 60m final
6.10 Women's 60m final
6.25 Men's 800m round one
7.05 Women's pentathlon 800m www.bbc.co.uk/sport
The perennial pop-music showcase moves to BBC2 for one week only, with the usual hits, videos and live acts.
Executive producer Chris Cowey Repeated tomorrow on BBC
On his home patch of Hampstead Heath in London, the comedian-turned-naturalist recalls his past travels in search of the best of British wildlife and surveys some of the highlights, low points and out-takes from past series.
Producer Lucy Meadows; Series producer Stephen Moss
The series exploring the characteristics of vegetation focuses on plants that are tough enough to survive hostile conditions and thrive on the poor sort of soil normally associated with housing estates. Presenter Chris Collins shows how, by using plants like eucalyptus, grasses, buddleia and euphorbia, an arid new garden can be brought to life. Along the way he meets people who share his passion for "SAS" foliage, including a cacti fanatic and the head gardener at RHS Garden Hyde Hall , Chelmsford. Director Micci Billinger ; Series producer Kathy Myers www.bbc.co.uk/gardening
Spring plant offers: page
The second in a four-part documentary series examining the administrative secrets of famous leaders of the past. Churchill. Before Winston Churchill won his reputation as Britain's greatest wartime prime minister, he had a less than successful spell at the admiralty. Yet, as historian Andrew Roberts reveals, many of the weaknesses he revealed as a subordinate in charge of the navy became great strengths once he was in ultimate charge and he had to avert a Nazi invasion of Britain.
Producer and director Dominic Sutherland www.bbc.co.uk/history
The bushcraft and survival skills expert prepares a meal in a woodland shelter made from a parachute.
Series producer Patrick Flavelle
Angus Deayton hosts a special celebrity edition of the undergraduate quiz in which a university-educated team comprising Stephen Fry , David Baddiel , Frank Skinner and Clive Anderson compete against a team of non-graduates including Danny Baker and Johnny Vaughan.
Director John L Spencer ; Producer Anil Gupta
Roundup of the day's national and international news. Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Novelist Jeanette Winterson and journalists Paul Morley and Ekow Eshun are among the guest critics joining host
Mark Lawson to discuss the week's cultural highs and lows. Producer Tanya Hudson
Another chance to see part eight of the science-fiction drama. Shown on Saturday at 9.35pm
Uncut version of yesterday evening's episode.
Normal Again. Buffy is stung by a demon whose potent venom causes her to experience hallucinations.
Shown yesterday at 6.45pm A moral show: page 13
Repeats are not indicated.
National Test Revision 3.00 Revisewise Challenge at School: Science- the Revisewise science quiz