Pom comes across a flag.
Sarah and Ralph enter the science contest.
7.00 Call the Shots
First of a new ten-part run.
(Shown last Friday)
7.30 U Get Me
Can Carty keep a secret?
(For cast see Thursday)
(First shown on CBBC channel)
Contact Details: text message your music requests to [number removed]; or phone a "shout-out" to [number removed] (calls cost 60 pence per minute)
7.40 Misery Guts
Keith tells Col and Mick the story of his family's move to Australia.
Writer (U Get Me):
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Is T-Bone moving away?
Spencer takes part in a music festival.
Episode written by Alan Moss
For cast see Tuesday First shown on CBeebies channel
8.45 Doctor Otter
The juniors embark on a treasure hunt.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Men's singles final highlights. Shown yesterday 10.45pm
Laurel and Hardy play two unsuccessful mousetrap salesmen.
Review page 45. (1938, U) (BW)
r Comedy starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy , the first of a double bill. The pair become guardians of a kidnapped girl. Review page 45.
Directors James W Home and Charles Rogers (1936. U) (BW) A double bill of Laurel and Hardy begins tomorrow at 10.50am
Hairdressers' tips. 34889io
Business news roundup, with Adam Shaw.
Chris Beardshaw pays a flying visit to gardens in West Sussex. (Revised repeat)
Alfred Hitchcock crime drama, starring Gregory Peck and Alida Valli. Mrs Paradine has been accused of killing her husband. Convinced of her innocence, barrister Anthony Keane is determined to save her from the gallows.
Review page 45.
(1947. U) (BW)
Gregory Peck stars in Hitchcock's "Spellbound", tomorrow at 1.10pm
Documentary series about expats in Florida. Presented by Nicki Chapman.
Adam Partridge and Nigel Smith value collectables before they go under the hammer in Newcastle upon Tyne in a new weekday run of the antiques-to-auction show.
The Trouble with Trillions. Homer is coerced by the government to go on a mission to retrieve a trillion dollar bill.
Bang the Drum, Ashley. Philip wants Ashley to continue with her violin lessons, but Will has other ideas.
The People versus Lois Lane. Lois finds herself languishing behind bars, charged with first-degree murder.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen uncovers some of the fundamental rules governing interior design in a new six-part series.
Space and Planning. As a nation we tend to dwell in small, poorly lit homes -the average lounge is about 15ft square. Llewelyn-Bowen explores how the concept of space is perceived and shows how to make tiny rooms seem larger. Series producer Mark Bristow ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst The business of being Laurence: pl6; Who's the top celebrity brand?: pl8
The pre-eminent quiz show that first gripped the nation in the 1970s returns for a new series, the first since 1997. Each week four contenders are interrogated on a chosen subject and general knowledge in the famous black chair by new host John Humphrys, who takes over from Magnus Magnusson.
John Humphrys - the RT portrait: page 11
Teams from the Inland Revenue and the College of Arms (royal holders of heraldic records) vie to win a place in the quarter-finals. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
The impressions show returns for a second six-part series with some new faces among old favourites, including Ricky Gervais and Fiona Bruce. With Kevin Connelly, Phil Cornwell, Jon Culshaw, Mark Perry and Jan Ravens.
Directors Jonathan Gershfield, Pati Marr; Producer Gareth Edwards
Repeated next Sunday BBC PRODUCTS: Dead Ringers seriesone, VHS Â£12.99 and DVD Â£15.99; series nine. audiobook CD, Â£12.99, all available from 7 July Making the right impression: page 26
9.30 Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps: Munch
Jonny's job hunt is thwarted the first of a third ten-part series
Written by Susan Nickson ; Producer Stephen McCrum : Director Gareth Carrivick First shown on BBC3 [Web Address Removed]
BBC VIDEO: series one. available on VHS, Â£15.99 from [web address removed]
10.00 Absolutely Fabulous: Parralox
Edina is due to appear on This Morning in the first show of the fourth series from 2001.
Written by Jennifer Saunders; Producers Jon Plowman and Jonathan P Llewellyn Director Bob Spiers
Analysis of today's news, with Gavin Esler.
Editor George Entwistle www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Forty-two-year-old Anita Dyson wants to sell her share of a successful Midlands hairdressing business and seek out a new career.
Directors Shona Thompson. Garry Hughes ; Series editor John Silver
John Scott Whiteley performs Erbarm, dich Mein, 0
Herre Gott , BWV721, and Prelude and Fugue in G major, BWV541, at St Wenzel's Church in Naumburg, Germany.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Secret of Sporting Success
1.00 Ensembles in Performance 14 773 1.30 Cities in a Hurry Youth Nation 2.00 Open Up Your World: Volunteering Languages 4.00 Eurografters: Italy/Germany Anger at Work 5.00 Bullying: a Survival Guide Open University 6.00 Euripedes's Medea