Big Cook, Little Cook
The lawnmower breaks down.
6.20 Tots TV
6.35 Bob the Builder
Mr Ellis's doves need a home.
6.45 Little Robots Stretchy takes some insults to heart.
Francine and Muffy research their ancestors.
7.15 There's a Viking In My Bed
Mrs Tibblethwate makes a complaint.
Dramatised by Jonathan Trueman from the books by Jeremy Strong (RHS)
7.30 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.00 The New Scooby and Scrappy Show
A Greek case.
8.15 Bring It On!
Can Dick and Dom make it as stand ups?
8.40 Fairly Odd Parents
A singing star is kidnapped.
9.00 Hero to Zero
Charlie finds that his dad is a nightmare coach.
Writers Michael Cook and John Salthouse
9.30 Watch My Chops
Cornell is used as a dog model.
Paul and Barry attempt to track down Maddy.
Writer John Sayle
Dramatised By (There's a Viking In My Bed):
From the books by (There's a Viking In My Bed):
Writer (Hero to Zero):
Writer (Hero to Zero):
Will Edie go on safari?
10 20 SMarteenles
With more finger-painting pictures.
10 40 Tweenies
The gang learn about brass instruments.
Slum Like It Not! Will needs cash from Uncle Phil. Followed by The Witness
Bilko Formula Seven. A fake anti-ageing cream is put on the market. (BW)
Kalahari Bigfoot. The life of the large-footed, desert-dwelling springhare.
The locations used in Chitty
Chitty Bang Bang.
Romantic adventure starring Tyrone Power and Orson Welles. In the 13th century a nobleman escapes England for the Far East. Review page 61-Director Henry Hathaway (1950, U)
Work is threatened when a bee's nest is discovered. (AD)
A couple move from London to Hampshire.
Live coverage from Southsea, Hampshire, as World War Two Allied veterans and members of the Normandy Veterans
Association march past and take the salute from the Prince of Wales, in preparation for the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
Producer Ian Russell D-Day 60 is tomorrow at 10am on BBCI
Elimination quiz. Followed by Sport Relief
It's New Year's Eve, and the Heath family are celebrating their new start in Florida, an existence that could already be compromised if they fail to obtain permanent visas and, in turn, employment.
Hits from Mike and the Mechanics, Bros and Sabrina are dusted down from the archives. www.bbc.co.uk/totp2
5/8. A series of monumental stone towers, called
"brochs", once dominated the landscape of Shetland, on the far edge of Europe. But their origins are a mystery.
Professor Aubrey Manning explores who might have built them and what they could have been for. Director/Producer Martin Mortimore
Postponed from last Thursday (AD) 22
An update from the marathon live wildlife event including news as to whether the Bass Rock gannet families have survived. Plus Bill takes us inside the nest of a barn owl.
Details of how to contribute to the Make Space for Nature scheme can be found on Monday at 8pm.
RT SHOP: John A Burton's Attracting Wildlife to Your Garden is available for Â£14.99 including p&p (rrp Â£16.99), to order call [number removed] (national rate)
October 2002: can Los Angeles - the murder capital of America - be made a safer place? New LA police chief William J Bratton is brought in to reduce the chilling statistics of 658 people killed in 2002 and restore faith in the force following the beating of Rodney King , OJ Simpson 's trial and the Rampart corruption case. Cameras spend a year with the officers at the forefront of the homicide problem, following struggles between City Hall, rank-and-file cops and the gang members plaguing the streets.
Producer Richard Bee ; Editor Karen O'Connor
25th-31st October 1986. In the week that Boy George guest-starred on TheA-Team, the BBC broadcast
Neighbours for the first time and Fay Weldon 's shocking The Life and Loves of a She-Devil was dramatised.
Director Kevin McMunigal ; Series producer Toby Stevens
Presented by Gavin Esler.
A quartet of film-makers tell the extraordinary stories behind the making of One Day of War: This World, shown last week on BBC2. Includes the story of a Somali child fighter and the difficult journey to bring exclusive footage of the Hmong tribe in Laos, South East Asia.
Producer David Akerman ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
First shown on BBC4 www.bbc.co.uk/thisworld
The publicity-shy manager of 2003-2004 Premiership champions Arsenal, Arsene Wenger , talks to Amy Lawrence about his rise to the top.
Producer Eleanor Logan ; Editor Farah Durrani
Drama about hard-bitten television news cameraman John Cassellis, who is drawn into the violent events surrounding the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. Review page 61.
Director Haskell Wexler (1969)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Science: Science In Action - Energy across the Curriculum Real-life examples demonstrating forms of energy.
4.00 Science: the Human Body Exploring the intricacies of the human body from conception to old age.