Pom's sticking plaster comes in handy.
6.20 64 Zoo Lane
Nathalie finds her obnoxious neighbour's replacements worse than he was.
Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Lucy tells Charlie he walks in a peculiar fashion.
A double bill of fun with Taz and friends.
7-15 Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny is sent on a lunar mission, and Sniffles takes care of a hawk.
7 30 Smile
Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton present music, games, chat. competions and fun, and announce who has been chosen as January's featured artist - as well as seeing their first film.
Plus The Scooby-Doo Show, Cavegirl, Arthur, Even Stevens, Jackie Chan Adventures and The Fairly Odd Parents.
Stan and Ollie masquerade as owners of a grand mansion. (BW)
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen goes back to the 1970s as he looks at the impact that the decade's style had on our interiors and shows how to bring a retro feel to your own home.
At 11.40, in Fantasy Rooms,
Laurence adds a surrealist touch to a drab Surrey dining room. and at 12.10, Chris Beardshaw visits the Essex garden of modernist architect Sir Frederick Gibberd in Hidden Gardens. A new series of Hidden Gardens starts on Friday at 8pm.
Director Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson
Ben Fogle visits locations that featured in family classic The
Dolphin Diaries. A portrait of a community of dolphins in the Caribbean.
- Adventure starring Yul Brynner and Trevor Howard. When rebel leader Sultan becomes a target for the wrath of the British Raj on India's north-west frontier, idealistic policeman
Freddy Young is unwillingly put on his trail. Review page 44. Director Ken Annakin (1966, U)
Presented by Ray Stubbs from Frimley Green, Surrey.
3.10 World Darts The highlight of this afternoon's action at the Lakeside championship promises to be the encounter between 2002 champion Tony David and Stockport's charismatic Darryl Fitton.
4.40 Ski Sunday Hazel Irvine and the team return as the World Cup gets into full swing, with the tour this week arriving at
Flachau in Austria - home of "Hermanator" Hermann Maier. Producer (skiing) Gabrielle Cook
Dr Mender has an urgent call from Frank.
Vintage comedy, originally shown in January 1976. Going to Pot. Tom and Barbara's evenings become unusually productive when they attend night school to learn new skills. Meanwhile, Margo decides to take up pottery'
Writers John Esmonde. Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
Live coverage of the evening session from the Lakeside Country Club at Frimley Green, where an all-English clash sees Ted "the Count" Hankey, this year's second seed, stepping up to the oche against last year's semi-finalist Colin Monk. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with commentary from Tony Green, David Croft and John Part. www.bbc.co.uk/sport
6/8. Former SAS sergeant Eddie Stone supervises a tear" of veterans from the elite Special Air Service as they recreate the scenarios that kept them alive in life-threatening situations. A whole Sabre fighting squadron comprising naval, aerial, mobility and mountain troops is deployed for the task of capturing a fictitious war criminal hiding out in a base that is located deep behind enemy lines. Will the techniques and specialist skills of this mini-army of agents bringthem success in their quest?
Producer Charlie Clay ; Executive producer Paul Wooding
The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club's membership is rapidly growing in number, with new sub-factions springing up across the world, everywhere from Brazil to Liechtenstein. The rock-loving bikers have for many years been associated with violence, but many police officers now believe that the Angels have also become a sophisticated international crime organisation, with links to the wholesale trafficking of drugs. In Canada and Scandinavia, the expansion of the gang has led to violent turf wars involving shootings, bombings and hundreds of deaths. This World, a six-part series on international affairs that replaces Correspondent, opens with a documentary on the seemingly unstoppable rise of some of the world's most dangerous men.
Director Sam Bagnall ; Executive producer Fiona Stourton
Comedy starring Michael Douglas , Tobey Maguire and Frances McDormand. Middle-aged college professor
Grady Tripp has a lot on his mind - his wife has just left him, his lover is pregnant, and he is struggling to complete his long overdue second novel. But his life is further complicated by the arrival at a faculty party of James, a troubled but talented student, who happens to be carrying a gun. Film of the Week: page 39.
Director Curtis Hanson (2000,15)
More action from Surrey, including Australian Tony David , the number four seed, and England's Ted Hankey , ranked second, starting out their campaigns against Darryl Fitton and Colin Monk respectively. Plus Gary Anderson of Scotland in his clash with England's Tony O'Shea.
Presented by Ray Stubbs and Bobby George.
An extended programme of highlights rounds up all the action from day two of the championships.