Florrie finds an elusive tickle.
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The crusading car thwarts Bubble and Squeak.
The aardvark gets some bad news and then wonders whether Francine might have a crush on him.
Fun with the voracious Taz and friends.
7.15 Looney Tunes
Wile E Coyote tries to catch the Road Runner and then Bugs Bunny has a run-in with Yosemite Sam.
Gareth Gates is in the studio to perform his latest single and Mis-Teeq reveal their top tracks of 2003, as Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton serve up another morning of music, games, cartoons and chat. Plus
What's New Scooby-Doo?, Woody Woodpecker , Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens and Dennis the Menace.
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Using illustrative excerpts from Housecall, Trading Up and Home Front,
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen explains how to bring a touch of Shaker simplicity to your home.
At 11.05, in Charlie's Garden
Army, a visit to the Martha Trust Home in Deal, Kent, where Charlie Dimmock enlists the support of local people to get the community garden built. Director Kate Dillon ; Series producer
Barry Davies and Garth Crooks are in Lisbon for the draw for next summer's Euro 2004 finals, with Alan Hansen , Peter Schmeichel and John Motson joining
Gary Lineker in the studio. Win a Golden Ticket: page 40
Dan Cruickshank, Carenza Lewis and Anna Bennett discover the darker history behind Harewood House in Yorkshire.
Director Louise Hooper ; Series producer Tim Dunn
Presented by Hazel Irvine and John Inverdale.
1.25 Euro 2004 Draw A look at today's earlier draw.
1.30 Rugby Union John Inverdale and guests reflect on the World Cup which finished last week, plus a look at the quarter-final draw for the Powergen Cup.
2.00 Snooker Hazel Irvine is at the Barbican Centre in York for the UK Championship final. Plus Sailing During the mid-session interval in the snooker, an update on the Transat Jacques Vabre race from France to Brazil.
Producer (sailing) John Graham
Editor Ron Chakraborty
Tom and Barbara struggle at harvest.
After a turbulent voyage to the Snares Islands - lying some 200km south of New Zealand in Antarctica - Hugh Pearson arrives in a place known as "Penguin Paradise", a home to more than just the animals in its name.
Producer Hugh Pearson ; Executive editor Fiona Pitcher
A look back at last spring's large-scale British wildlife survey, in which a huge 24-hour surveillance operation followed creatures living in our gardens. Bill Oddie returns to see how some of the stars of the show - foxes, badgers, blue tits and robins - are faring now, and reveals details of how viewers can take part in next year's event.
Producer Roger Webb www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Monkey Prince. Kristin Scott Thomas narrates the tale of a young monkey whose life is turned upside down when his father, the king, is killed by a rival. The film follows events as the monkey prince is banished from his own kingdom, then has to adapt to a new environment, always looking forward to one day reclaiming his rightful position as leader. Producer Frederic Fougea ; Series editor Michael Gunton
Mexico City is a crime-infested metropolis, and its badly paid police force has become inefficient and unmotivated. To help officers in their huge task, Rudolph Giuliani was hired to emulate the staggering success he achieved in cutting New York City's crime rate. Correspondent follows the clean-up bid by the ex-mayor's team and Mexican police. Director Daniela Volker ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Hazel Irvine is joined by former champions Steve Davis and John Parrottto present the climax of this year's UK Championship final at York's Barbican Centre. Last year's final was one of the most thrilling tournament conclusions in recent memory, with Mark Williams clinching a nail-biting final-frame victory over Ken Doherty. Tonight a maximum often frames decides who becomes this year's champion and receives the winner's cheque for £84,500.
Commentary is provided by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor ,
Willie Thorne and John Virgo. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker
The Man with Two Legs. Jeff tells a woman whom he fancies that he has only one leg.
Written by Steven Moffat : Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue
Linda goes undercover, while Tom has an audition.
Kryten falls in love at first sight.
(Postponed from last Sunday)
Drama directed by Forest Whitaker , and starring Whitney Houston and Angela Bassett. Savannah, Gloria, Robin and Bernadine are disparate, desperate friends all looking for ideal partners. Over a single year, the four deal with triumph, revenge, ex-husbands and new lovers. Review page 56.
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize: Maths 3 - Shape, Space. Data Handling - a look at these three key areas.
Languages 4.00 Working with the French/Working with the Germans - understanding continental approaches to business. 13994 (non-PDC) Confidence Zone 5.00 Confidence Zone (part 1)