The Adventures of Spot The pup smells something nice and has fun atthe playground. (R) (S)
6.10 Noddy The toy man tells a story in this morning's tale. (R) (S)
6 20 Fimbles Fimbo and Florrie find
' jigsaw pieces. (R) (S) (W)
6.40 Tweenies Everyone's dancing today. (R) (S) (W)
ChuckleVision Antics with Paul and Barry. (R) (S)
7.20 Fix and Foxi Lupo is spellbound and Professor Knox tries to be the Inventor oftheYear. (R) (S)
7.30 Super Rupert Who 's stealing all the soda pop? (R) (S)
8.00 Newsround (S) (W)
8.05 Serious Jungle Biting spiders and marauding orang-utans rear their heads. (R) (S) (W)
The 40th anniversary of the prestigious World Match Play tournament gets under way at Wentworth Club in Surrey.
Twelve of the world's finest golfers are poised to battle for a cheque of £1 million. It's the biggest prize in European and American golf, far removed from the L5,000
Arnold Palmer received for winning the first staging of the event.
The tournament features four knockout rounds staged over 36 holes, whittling down the challengers to one overall winner. This morning, the eight unseeded players in the draw began their quest for the title.
Presented by Steve Rider.
Commentary is by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown , Alex Hay , Seve Ballesteros and Julian Tutt.
Executive producers Barbara Slater and Paul Davies (S) (W)
Split from the mother of his child, 37-year-old rugby fan
Kevin Rosser is a single dad looking for love. Can body language expert Tracey Cox , confidence coach Jeremy Milnes and stylist Jay Hunt teach him to trust and to love again?
Director Stephen Leigh Rrst shown on BBC3 (S) (W)
What was Britain's landscape like before the last ice age? In his third investigation, Aubrey Manning 's starting point is a 29,000-year-old male skeleton, found in a cave on the Welsh coast. In nearby caves, stalactites, bones and long-buried insects conjure up a very different Britain.
Director Liz Gray ; Series producer Martin Mortimore (S) (W) www.0pen2.NET
In 216 BC, Cannae in southern Italy is the setting for a meeting between a young African general with big ideas and more than 70,000 Roman soldiers assembled to crush his invasion. Can a team of Bedfordshire police officers inflict a humiliating defeat on Rome by re-creating the tactical genius of Hannibal? Hosted by Eddie Mair. Series producer Ludo Graham : Executive producers Adam Macdonald and Cassian Harrison (S) (W)
The Hoover Dam. The Colorado river is one of the most dangerous and unpredictable rivers in the world. The last of the drama-documentaries about visionaries whose technological achievements shaped our world tells the tale of how 100 lives were lost when the ruthless Frank Crowe
strived to tame the raging river with the Hoover Dam.
Written and directed by Mark Everest : Series producer Deborah Cadbury
(S) (W) BBC EDUCATION: for information on special events, and to claim a free poster, phone [number removed] (calls are charged at the national rate)
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Jo Brand, Howard Goodall, Danny Baker and Alan Davies discuss angels, acres, Arcturus, antidotes, alsatians, amphibians and armies. Stephen Fry hosts the comedy quiz show in which contestants face impossible-to-answer questions. The next edition follows on BBC4 at 10.30pm. (R) (S) (W)
Charismatic Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez endured a coup in 2002 - but was dramatically returned to power after only 48 hours. Storyville presents the work of young Irish film-makers who were inside the presidential palace.
(S)(W) [web address removed]
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Science Shack - it it really possible to walk on water? Adam Hart-Davis and the team investigate. (S) (W)
1.00 The Next Big Thing - Forever Young (S) 37272 1.30 The
Lapedo Child (S)(W) 9938562 2.20 Ever Wondered? (S)
2.30 Hubbard Brook - the Chemistry of a Forest (S) 724943.00 The Challenge - Fastest Round-the-World Yacht (S) (W) Youth Creativity 3.30 Blast: Sk8 Fest (S)
Languages 4.00 The French Experience (parts 17-20) Working in Construction 5.00 The Future (S)
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