Spot's Musical Adventures
Spot visits the playground with Grandpa, then loses his teddy.
Brum has to get Scruffy out of trouble.
6 20 Fimbles
The Fimbles think they've found an egg.
Worried about Max's age, the Tweenies try to help him out - with disastrous consequences.
Paul and Barry get into another fix.
7.20 Snailsbury Tales A genie grants
Eric three wishes.
7.30 Chuck Finn
Another ghostly live-action adventure.
8 05 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.30 Bring It On
Mark and Kirsten learn how to be lumberjacks.
Shown last Friday BBC1
8.55 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy sets the town's prize goat free, then makes the mistake of wishing everyone on the planet was the same.
9.20 The Really Wild Show
Michaela jets off to La Gomera in the Canary Islands, home to the rarest lizards in the world.
DW contemplates a special wish for her fifth birthday.
The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson play spot the difference.
The gang prepare a giant's breakfast.
10.40 Bob the Builder
Bob is asked to build a catwalk for a charity fashion show.
10.50 William's Wish Wellingtons
William finds himself shrinking.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Plant of Doom. Seeking revenge on Marina and the Stingray crew, Titan sends a deadly flower as a "gift".
Coverage from the House of Commons.
Adrian Chiles talks to the chief pilot on Concorde,
Mike Bannister. Then The Witness An eyewitness account of a historical event.
Children's drama, based on the classic novel by Anna Sewell , starring Mark Lester.
Joe Evans takes loving care of his horse Black Beauty, but the two are parted when the Evans farm is taken over by a young squire. Review page 55.
Director James Hill (1971. PG)
Lord and Lady Tavistock hand the estate to their son.
Can some of Swansea's locals make money from their unwanted items?
Thirty-seven-year-old Krishna Mukhoty lives a solitary existence and is scared of strangers, so it's no surprise that he's only had two relationships. Can the dating experts help Krishna turn his life around in six weeks?
Director Mark Leslie First shown on BBC3
With Smokey Robinson , Linda Ronstadt , Was (Not Was), and the Bangles. Plus new music from the late Joe Strummer.
Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another edition is tomorrow at 7pm
Super Rich Roman Britain. While a team of archaeologists excavate a sumptuous Roman villa complex hidden beneath a school playing field in Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, Mark Horton , Jo Caruth and Dave MacLeod take to the skies to investigate who could have owned such a lavish home.
Producer Jane McWilliams ; Series producer Steve Evanson
On the Move. In 1750 transport was as basic as it had been during the time of the Romans. 100 years later, Britain was the hub of global locomotion. Dan Cruickshank pays tribute to the heroes of engineering who helped secure
Britain's place at the centre of the modern industrial world. Director Jonathan Hassid ; Series producer Patricia Wheatley BBC BOOK: What the Revolution Did for Us, £18.99 from www.bbcshop.com
Find of the Series. There's another chance to marvel at a range of British treasure-troves, from Roman gold to Iron
Age coins, as a panel of experts assembles for the last of the series to select their favourite archaeological find.
Director/Series producer Ian Potts RT SHOP: series book, £12.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Losing It. After founding successful DIY chain B&Q, Messrs Block and Quayle went their separate ways. Each took a sizeable fortune with him, but while one turned the money into multiple millions, the other lost it all. Will a battery of psychological tests help the experts determine who is who? Director/Producer Philip Day RT SHOP: series book, £9.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
More secrets of the universe.
Conrad Hilton , the multi-millionaire founder of the hotel chain, was an immigrant who valued hard work and didn't approve of inherited wealth. Yet, while the vast majority of his legacy was left to charity, his will was still contested by his children. Director Liz Friend: Series producer Jo Vale
With Gavin Esler.
The first in a short season of programmes looking at the experiences of Asians in Britain. Britain's second richest Asian family, a household name in curry, an award-winning publican, and a luxury car business all feature in the first of two programmes on the achievements of Asians in the public eye. Part two, Breaking the Mould, is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Producer Jenny Nicol : Executive producer Tommy Nagra The Big Dreams season continues with Indian Dream tomorrow at 9pm Currying favour?: page 31
Adam Hart-Davis examines the legacy of Latin on English.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Ever Wondered about Food? - Bread 52990 1.00 The Romans in Britain: Coming of Age
29209 1.30 Background Brief: How Bad Is Fat?
1.45 Personal Passions: Thelma Barlow
Secondary Schools 2.00 Science - Short Circuit: Biology Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (parts 9-12) Switched On 5.00 Getting Started