The Animals of Farthing Wood Adder and Toad awake from their long winter sleep.
6 25 Evolution: the Animated Series
The Genus is forced to evolve in order to survive.
6.45 Arthur Double bill. Buster and Arthur have to work with Binky.
Then, the aardvark finds a lucky pencil. IS)
7.10 Home Farm Twins The siblings rescue a baby rabbit from a wild dog. Writer Elly Brewer
7.30 Blue Peter Liz Barker makes
Mississippi mud pies.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
Big Cook, Little Cook
Ben paints a picture of the seaside.
8.20 Tots TV
Can the little ones bake the world's biggest baguette?
8.30 Bob the Builder
Farmer Pickles asks the construction worker to build him a seed store.
8.40 Wiggly Park
More fun with EW and co. (RMS)
8.45 Little Robots
It's robot race day for the automatons.
Spencer clears all the leaves from a neighbour's garden. Writer Penny Lloyd
9.20 Come Outside
Auntie Mabel and Pippin look at rabbits.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
All of Jake's wishes come true.
Little Bo Peep appears in Teletubbyland.
BBC products: Teletubbies: Again Again, video Â£7.99, DVD Â£10.99
Repeats are not indicated.
10 30 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-1.1) Postcards: Bangladesh - Life in Bangladesh 3029446 10.40 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-12) World Environmental Changes -
Shorts: Somerset LevelslS)
10.50 English Express (ages 9-11) Soaps - a Writer's Guide (Part 1) 8921175 11.10 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Mexico-Welcome to Mexico
The latest developments at Westminster.
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less - Two Less 115 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less - Three Less
Live coverage from the second day of the ATP grass-court tournament at the Queen's Club in Barons Court, west London. Last year in the first round, Tim Henman made heavy weather of Italian Davide Sanguinetti
3-6,6-3,7-6. After fending off a match point in the final set, the British number one dug in his heels to prevail, winning the decisive tie-break 7-3.
Introduced by Sue Barker , with commentary from David Mercer , Andrew Castle , John Barrett , John Lloyd , Boris Becker and Pat Cash.
Then Party European Election Broadcast By the Conservative Party.
The first of three episodes this week of the property show. Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a shop outside Plymouth with a flat above in desperate need of repair, a tract of land in Sussex, and a semi in Hampshire that's crying out for caring owners. Will anyone be brave enough to take the plunge at auction? More tomorrow at 6pm.
Director/Producer Melanie Eriksen
2/10. The part quiz show, part observational documentary continues as four more contestants digest the day's news and then answer questions.
Lost Goddess. Could a hoard of Roman gold and silver found in Hertfordshire by enthusiast Alan Meeks have come from a previously unknown temple? British
Museum experts believe so. Miranda Krestovnikoff joins a team searching for clues to a mysterious goddess.
Director Dan Kendall ; Series producer Ian Potts (AD) RT DIRECT: accompanying book, 112.99. To order telephone [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
Bill Oddie and Kate Humble have the latest news on the bluetit and badger families, and Simon King reveals whether the young peregrine falcons managed to make theirfirst flight. There's also remarkable footage of basking sharks in a unique record of Britain's underwater wildlife. Details of how to support the Make Space for
Nature scheme on Monday.
Tense drama starring Keeley Hawes and Stuart Laing , first shown on BBC3. After a night out with male colleague and good friend Alex, Kate believes herself to be a victim of date rape. As far as Alex is concerned, a flirtatious evening led to consensual sex. With her friends at the office beginning to doubt her version of events, Kate devises a plan that will force Alex to admit to the alleged offence.
Writer/Director Jeremy Lovering ; Producer Madonna Baptiste (AD)
6/7. The Right to Know. Jim faces rebellion after a badger habitat loses its protected status. The final episode of the first series can be seen at 10.30pm on BBC4.
Writers Antony Jay , Jonathan Lynn : Producer Sydney Lotterby
Jim Hacker MP:
With Gavin Esler.
Adam Hart-Davis is at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich to report on the incredibly rare astronomic event that took place earlier today. The last time Venus passed over the face of the Sun was in 1882, each occasion sparking scientific excitement as it enabled astronomers to measure the distance between Earth and the Sun. In 2004 cutting-edge solar telescopes and pictures from space could give the best ever view. Including the results of the Open University's attempt to get viewers to calculate the distance to the Sun. Director Patrick Titley : Executive producer Paul Bader
www.open2.NET/transit_venus/ Adam Hart-Davis gets all starry-eyed: page 21
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Geography: World 2000 A truly global perspective on the major issues facingthe world today.
4.00 Geography: World 2000 The series continues with a look at global relationships and change.