Florrie finds a money box. (AD)
The friends watch a car being washed.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mr Bleakman is asked to babysit Clifford for the day.
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Shreddar tries to enlist the aid of a noble warrior's ghost.
7.20 Ocean Star - the Quest
10/13. Clive tells a lie in order to jeopardise Trent's pursuit.
7.50 Flint the Time Detective
Petra tricks Rocky into falling in love with her.
8.10 Mona the Vampire
Is the Seville Theatre haunted by a ghost from the big screen?
The Tweenies imagine a wedding where some old friends turn up.
8.50 Bob the Builder
Bob creates a time capsule.
BOB THE BUILDER MAGAZINE: £1.50
9.00 The Shiny Show
Today's questions are about making costumes.
On a visit to the harbour, Boo becomes a sailor.
Tinky Winky does a special dance.
Fimbo goes fishing and catches a shoe. (AD)
10.20 El Nombre
Double bill. The wicked Don Fandango escapes from jail. Then, an inflatable whale helps to mend a puncture.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Bilko stages a seance in a bid to advise Sergeant Ritzik how to spend his money. (BW)
News from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Eamonn Holmes appeals on behalf of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. Full donation details can be found on Sunday 5.20pm on BBC1
Ben Fogle visits locations used in the 1961 film Whistle Down the Wind.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Thriller directed by and starring Ray Milland , and - featuring Maureen O'Hara.
Robert Evans , a US Navy officer turned smuggler, is engaged to aid the escape of American industrialist Lloyd Merrill , a prisoner behind the iron Curtain. Review page 56. (1956, PG)
The safari park boss goes back to the floor, plus a look at how a baby wallaby is hand-reared.
Guest chefs are Brian Turner and Kevin Woodford.
Treehouse of Horror X. Ned Banders returns from the grave seeking revenge after being run over by Marge.
Will incurable romantics find their perfect partner? The next episode is at 7.30pm on BBC3. First shown on BBC3
Ray Mears gives another demonstration of rural survival skills and countryside cunning. (Revised repeat)
3/12. Sarah Doukas owns and runs Storm model agency, which boasts the likes of Kate Moss on its books. Adrian
Chiles shadows Doukas on a typically busy day as she picks models for London Fashion Week, attends a photographer's casting, and scouts for talent along London's Oxford Street. Producer/Director Rob Finighan
New series 1/3. The Money Programme investigates the British public's enduring love affair with snack foods. Crunch Time for Crisps. Walkers' marketing campaign featuring Gary Lineker has left its main competitor Golden Wonder facing profit and job losses. Chief executive Ed Jackson has pinned the company's hopes on the "Midas crisp", made to a special, improved recipe. Will it be able to claw back some of those lost sales? Rajan Datar reports. Producer Adam Warner ; Series editor Clive Edwards
3/10. Tony and Tracie Yildirim 's dream to leave Solihull in the West Midlands for a new life in Devon costs more money than they had imagined, while mounting debts exacerbate their fiscal quandary. Estate agent Emma Basden and builder Jason Maloney reveal a cautionary tale for every homeowner. Series producer Pete Lawrence : Executive producer Mark Hill (AD) RT SHOP: accompanying book, Safe as Houses - Make the Right Move, £7.99. Order on [number removed] (national rate)
New series 1/5. Drama-documentaries centred around major issues of the day are projected into the near future. Winter 2010: Britain is struggling to generate enough electricity to cope with demand. Following a terrorist attack on a gas pipeline in Russia, south-east England is plunged into darkness. Householders have no water or electricity, traffic is gridlocked, tube trains are stranded underground, and airports closed. How do the authorities cope with the enormity of the situation? Starring John Vine as embattled Energy Minister Bill McAllister. A discussion follows.
Director Ben Fox : Producer Dai Richards www.bbc.co.uk/if Future imperfect: page 32
a Newsnight Special
Does the Government need to act now to protect Britain's electricity supply? Jeremy Paxman chairs a debate on the issues raised in tonight's drama-documentary.
Producer Marcus Herbert ; Editor George Entwistle
With Gavin Esler. is,
3/3. Seven out of the original 12 volunteers remain on the employment-training course.
How many will come away with an actual job?
Crime drama starring Philip Baker
Hall and John C Reilly and featuring Gwyneth Paltrow and Samuel L Jackson. After an unsuccessful attempt at improving his fortunes in Las Vegas, John is approached by a professional gambler. Review page 56.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson (1996, 18)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 PSHE - Fast Tracks Science and Engineering Profiling young graduates. 63188 4.00 PSHE The drama Stone Cold portrays the stark realism of homelessness. 67850 4.30
Turning Points: Alcohol Misuse - Emma's Story A true story showing the dangers of drink. 5649188 5.50 L8R - 3