Fimbo finds a rain cloud.
The cat is worried about being replaced.
7.00 Serious Jungle
(Shown last Friday)
Cartoon fun with the Tasmanian devil.
7.50 Misery Guts
Keith's dad decides to get a job.
8.15 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.
8.40 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
9.00 SLUK: Wild In Your Garden
The first of a week of live shows showing in the Wild in Your Garden strand, in which presenters Michaela Strachan, Nick Baker and Eils Hewitt discover new ways to enjoy wildlife in the UK.
The transformation of a neglected space, chosen by CBBC viewers, into an urban oasis for wildlife by the end of the week gets the show under way. A national Hug a Slug survey is launched, plus footage of days-old mute swans and wild boarlets.
(More tomorrow on BBC1 at 4.35pm.)
Wild in Your Garden with Bill Oddie is tonight at 8pm.
Featured in this term's Smart TV issue of SmartTV magazine: available from WH Smith; or order on [number removed]
Comic fun with the bonkers brothers.
9.45 Snailsbury Tales
Mr Sprout's shop is flooded.
Fizz doesn't want to join in with a picnic.
Miss Hoolie takes the nursery children to the beach. Episode written by Nigel Crowle
For cast see Tuesday
10.40 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta wants to be a hero.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
War drama based on a true story, starring Dirk Bogarde, following the adventures of the inaptly named Charlie Coward. Review page 56. (1962, U) (BW) ***
Historical drama starring Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner and David Niven.
1900: Major Matt Lewis is ordered to protect the US embassy in Peking.
Widescreen. Review page 56. (1963, U) ****
Major Matt Lewis:
Ten thousand runners get set for the inaugural 10km event that sees athletes including Sonia O'Sullivan line up alongside celebrities such as Bryan Robson. With Roger Black. Commentary by Brendan Foster and Steve Cram. Reports by Sally Gunnell. Director Micky Payne ; Executive producer Martin Webster
Second World War action drama starring Richard Widmark.
A tough US marine officer leads a mission to capture Japanese soldiers for interrogation. Review page 56. (1950, U)
Mrs McGillicuddy witnesses the murder of a woman on a train while passing by on the 4.50pm service from Paddington in this drama, first shown in 1987 and starring Joan Hickson as Agatha Christie's amateur sleuth.
Dramatised by T.R. Bowen
Badgers, blue tits, foxes, frogs, squirrels and sparrowhawks are just a few of the abundant species that could feature in the biggest ever broadcast of British wildlife, live from a secret neighbourhood in Bristol. Bill Oddie is joined by Kate Humble and Simon King in a week-long, 24-hour surveillance operation using the latest technology to follow the lives of wild creatures that inhabit the UK's gardens. See also 8.30pm and the next live television broadcast at 11pm.
TO JOIN IN: visit [web address removed] to follow the live action and explore the virtual gardens. Viewers can also phone in with questions about the wildlife in their garden on [number removed] (national rate) How wildlife helped Bill Oddie : page 18
Featured in this term's issue of SmartTV magazine:
Smart TV available from WH Smith; or order on [number removed]
First of four programmes, showing on consecutive nights in the Wild in Your Garden strand, featuring highlights from the last six series of Bill Oddie Goes Wild.
The Wilderness. A close encounter with an otter and searching for crayfish in the Lake District.
Series producers Sarah Pitt and Stephen Moss
Paul and Pauline Calf's Cheese and Ham Sandwich
The "sophisticated" sibling act, played by Steve Coogan, star in a show recorded live in Liverpool. Lager-lout Paul pursues new romantic interest Cheryl (Karen Taylor) while Pauline premieres her show Floss - the Story of Florence Nightingale. Written by Tony Burgess, Steve Coogan and Henry Normal; Director Declan Lowney; Producer Ted Dowd First shown on BBC3
BBC PRODUCTS: Coogan's Run: VHS Â£16. 99, DVD Â£15. 99
9.30 Early Doors
Jean's hopes of going to Crete are dashed in the third of a new six-part sitcom set in a Manchester pub.
Written by Craig Cash and Phil Mealey; Director Adrian Shergold; Producers
Lucy Ansbro and John Rushton Repeated next Saturday
Another chance to see the charity boxing bout between Ricky Gervais and Grant Bovey, first shown last December. Producer Andy Harris; Series producer Lisa Clark
An update on the wildlife watch. More tomorrow at 8pm.
Tapes of magazine interviews given by Marilyn Monroe days before she died in August blend with rare film footage to tell the story of the screen idol. Director Paul Kerr ; Editor Dan Carey
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Hard Rock Cafe
1.00 Behind a Mask
The lives and work of six women writers
2.00 PHSE: Lifeschool A-Z
4.00 The French Experience 2 (parts 1-4)
Working In Travel and Tourism
5.00 Teams and Leaders
6.00 What Is Religion?