The gang's favourite band, Binky Rules, are in town.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Featuring Sylvester, Mike the Dog, Foghorn Leghorn, Sam Sheepdog and pesky Ralph Wolf.
7.35 Yvon of the Yukon
The defrosted Frenchman takes action to improve his attractiveness.
Atomic Kitten join Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar, while palmist Robin Lown reveals the secrets of palm reading. Meanwhile, Mis-Teeq are the featured artists of the month and there's a Gareth Gates and Will Young Text 2 Win competition.
Plus the latest from Cavegirl and cartoon fun with Looney Tunes, Taz-Mania, Rugrats and Jackie Chan Adventures.
CBBC presenter Angellica Bell presents the first in a new series of the challenge show, as Fraserburgh School from Aberdeenshire take on Intake School from Leeds. With music from young pop-rocker Avril Lavigne.
Series Producer (Smile):
Western adventure showing as part of the Hollywood Greats season.
In the 1830s, a pair of tough Kentucky mountain men join a keelboat expedition along the Missouri River, heading from St Louis into unknown territory.
Review page 43. (1952, U) (BW)
(Kirk Douglas stars in "The Fury" on Monday at 1am on BBC1)
Presented by Clare Balding .
3.00 World Superbikes Coverage of the second stage of the World Superbikes championship from the Phillip Island circuit in Australia. Suzi Perry presents.
4.30 Olympic Dreams The
British fencing team profiled.
4.35 Running Update on the 1000 miles in 1000 hours
London Marathon challenge.
4.40 Athletics World Cross
Country championship update from Lausanne, Switzerland.
5.20 Football Euro qualifying games roundup. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor
The U K is about to be told whether the government thinks it has passed the tests that will trigger the vote on joining the Euro. As part of the Correspondent strand, the BBC's economics editor Evan Davis travels the "eurozone", hearing from taxi drivers to teachers and chefs to central bankers, to assess whether the single currency is working for them, and whether or not it will work for Britain.
Producer Sarah Manwaring-White ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Drama-documentary on Operation Foxley, the top secret British plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler, devised by Churchill's Special Operations Executive. Shown through the eyes of its architect, an officer code-named LB/X, the programme also uses modern expert opinion to examine the Foxley blueprint and speculate on what effect it would have had on the course of the war. Contains disturbing images.
Brigadier Sir Stewart Menzies:
Major General Colin Gubbins:
2.00-3.00pm. Jack flies with Nina to Visalia and Palmer's staff have a hard time accepting Sherry. The next episode follows on BBC3.
Coming Together. The first of an 11-part re-run of the comic drama about a group of aspiring lawyers who share a London house. Anna is applying for tenancy at the chambers where her old flame works. First shown in March 1996.
Written by Amy Jenkins ; Producer Jane Fallon ; Director Sam Miller
Directors and choreographers from Britain and the Netherlands use the theme of water to create dance works, featuring scenarios from a frenzy prompted by a bowl of water in the Moroccan desert to girls skating on a lake. Director Jocelyn Cammack ; Executive producers Rodney Wilson.
Ross MacGibbon and Henk van der Meulen
van Der Meulen
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Geography: Human Geography
Languages 4.00 Make German Your Business (part 2) Skillswlse 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 The Palazzo Pubblico, Siena
6.30 How We Study Children
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