More pre-school fun in Teletubbyland.
6 40 Angelmouse
The rodent loses his thingamajig.
6 45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo tries to avoid a bath.
Double bill. Romance for Constance Koala, then will Taz be captured? (AD)
7.20 Looney Tunes
Sylvester has lessons for his son, before making an escape attempt from the pound chained to Dog.
Bellefire and Big Brovaz are in the studio, and Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and Fearne Cotton welcome McFly for the first of their Featured Artist films. Pius the usual games and Cavegirl, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, Scooby Doo, Even Stevens and Fairly Odd Parents.
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen shows how white decor can bring calm to your home using excerpts from Houscall, All the Right Moves and Home Front.
At 11.40, in Real Rooms. designer Sally Mean 's brief is to create a white bedroom -
Madonna style, while at 1230, in The Winter Flying Gardener. Chris Beardshaw heads north to the Scottish Highlands in search of a white winter wonderland. Director Paul Vanezis : Series producer Vanessa Jackson
The first of the tournament's quarter-finals begins.
First shown on BBC3
The Disciples. How a motley crew of outcasts founded a worldwide religion.
King of Kingfishers. Searching for the ultimate kingfisher among the 85 species.
With John Inverdale.
2.05 Motorcycling The opening round of the British Superbike championship at Silverstone. Craig Doyle introduces the action, with Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentating.
2.35Boxing Highlights from
Little Rock, Arkansas, as rising star Jermain Taylor takes on the Democratic Republic of Congo's Alex Bunema for the WBC Continental Americas middleweight title, while heavyweight Dominick Guinn fights Monte Barrett. Plus amateur action from the Four
Nations senior championships at Glasgow's Kelvin Hall. Jim Neilly and Richie Woodhall are in the commentary box.
4.00 FA Cup Football Semi-final highlights between Sunderland and Millwall as the Division One sides fight for a place in the final at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. With commentary by Simon Brotherton.
Television presentation (boxing)
Chris Lewis : Editor James Bentley
Tug of the Forelock. The Goods start work for the Leadbetters. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Historical western, directed by and starring John Wayne. A re-creation of events in tne town of San Antonio in 1836. - when a band of Texans and their supporters battled against overwhelming odds to defend a Spanish mission from Mexican troops. Review page 52.
(1960, PG) Viva Max !, on Wednesday at 2pm, has a slightly different take on the Alamo Film Trivia: page 63
Col David Crockett:
Col James Bowie:
Col William Travis:
General Sam Houston:
Captain James Butler Bonham:
In 1944, Major Robert Cain won what was described as the finest Victoria Cross of the Second World War. In an effort to find out what Cain did to win his medal and to discover what it takes to be a VC winner, Jeremy Clarkson travels to the scene of the battle, talks to military experts and meets eyewitnesses. He also meets some of the 15 living recipients of an honour that has been conferred only 1,354 times.
Director Philip Day; Producer Andy Wilman
1 Drama starring Matt Damon , Robin Williams , Ben Affleck and Minnie Driver. Will Hunting has the most brilliant mind at America's top university. The problem is, he's a headstrong and penniless cleaner. Faced with ajail sentence, his fate lies in the hands of a therapist who is brought in to help him realise his true potential. Review page 52.
Director Gus Van Sant (1997, 15)
Horror about the making of silent classic "Nosferatu", starring
John Malkovich and Willem Dafoe, and beginning a series of horror films showing this week on BBC2.
As director FW Murnau takes the production of his latest film on location, cast and crew await the arrival of Max Schreck, who is to play the vampire, Count Orlok. But Schreck's strange behaviour soon calls into question whether he is merely acting the part of a vampire.
(2000, 15) (BW and Colour)
(The classic horror "Night of the Living Dead" follows)
(Review page 52)
(Film Highlights: page 48)
Max Schreck/Count Orlok:
Fritz Arno Wagner:
Henrick Galeen, the screenwriter:
Gustav von Wangerheim/Hutter:
Classic horror directed by George A Romero. A woman takes refuge in a farmhouse after she and her brother are attacked in a graveyard by a zombie-like creature. To her horror, she learns that the dead have been resurrected by radiation and are preying on human flesh. The sequel, Dawn of the Dead, is Wednesday 11.20pm. Review page 52.
(1968, 18) (BW) Film Highlights: page 48
A documentary on horror films, The American Nightmare, is tomorrow at 11.20pm
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2.00 Youth Nation
3.00 Who's the Boss?
4.00 Welcome to the Cybermarket
5.00 Workplace Skills
Hot competition in the trainer business.