The Animals of Farthing Wood A ferocious dog proves to be all bark and no bite.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Genus monsters descend upon a hapless ski resort.
6.45 Arthur The aardvark tries to cope without television, then Binky makes a bedtime confession in front of the class at school.
7AO Beckham's Hotshots 2/5. The search continues forthe best in young footballing talent.
7.30 Blue Peter Matt trains with javelin star Steve Backley.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
A look at bodies, noses and sheepdogs. (S)
8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta learns the value of having dreams and aspirations. (R) (S)
8.45 Little Red Tractor: Silence of the Cows
Mr Jones gets a photo opportunity. (S)
9 00 Fimbles
Pom finds a doctor's stethoscope. (R) (S)
9 20 Come Outside
A look at how soap is made. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The gang refuse to play together. (R) (S)
Little Bo Peep looks for her sheep. (R) (S)
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Postcards: Bangladesh -
Hooding in Bangladesh
10.40 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-12) World Environmental Change - Berlin
10.50 English Express (ages 9-11) Soaps - a Writer's Guide (Part 2) 8767979 11.10 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Mexico -
The latest developments at Westminster.
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less - Five Less
1.15 Watch (ages 5-7) Christianity -Followers
Followed by The Witness First-hand accounts of historical events.
The street awaits the premiere of Making Mansions.
Rptd at 5.35pm. B8C1 (AD)
Dorothy McGuire. A murderer stalks a small New England town at the beginning of the 20th century. His victims are all women with a physical disability: women such as Helen, a servant in an old, dark Gothic mansion who has been mute since childhood. Review page 52. Director Robert Siodmak (1946, PG)
The opening day continues with the St James Palace Stakes at
3.45 and the Queen Anne Stakes at 4.20, with almost L500,000 in prize money between them. Plus the Ascot Stakes at 4.55.
Clare Balding hosts.
A souvenir of the Second World War hides in the walls of an Exeter home, while a house that's been divided into flats in St Leonard's-on-Sea could do with some updating.
7/10. The part quiz show, part observational documentary continues as four more contestants digest the day's news and then answer questions.
Caesar's Gold. For years, coins and rubbish were the only finds for Kevan Halls and his metal detector -then his luck changed, and a hoard of jewellery netted him £350,000. But why was it buried in rural Hampshire? Miranda Krestovnikoff follows a trail leading to the Roman ruler Julius Caesar.
Director Melisa Osman ; Series producer Ian Potts (AD) RT DIRECT: accompanying book. £12.99. To order telephone [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
Simon King reports on the hares that have made their home on one of the country's most famous golf courses, while Bill Oddie and Kate Humble find out whether the chicks will leave the nest and survive. There's also the chance to catch up with the fox and badger cubs, plus tips on how to create a pond and the fascinating creatures that can live in them. Details of how to support the Make Space for
Nature scheme can be found on Monday.
Workaholic father-of-four Pete Wilson is convinced that housewives have it easy. But will he be so sure after wife Martine leaves him with the kids after challenging him to a week of nappy-changing and domestic chores?
Producer Tim Whitwell ; Executive producer Nick Mirsky
7/7. Jobs for the Boys. When Jim turns to a banker to rescue a doomed building project, he soon discovers that it takes two to quango. The first episode of the second series can be seen on BBC4 at 10.30pm.
Writers Antony Jay , Jonathan Lynn ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Jim Hacker MP:
With Gavin Esler.
6/6. It's almost the end of the season, and Ipswich have made the play-offs, a feat Chris Bart-Williams celebrates by staging a club fashion show. In Weymouth, having missed out on promotion, Steve Claridge must decide who can stay and who's for the chop as he prepares for the club's next assault on the professional leagues. Meanwhile
David James flies off to take part in England's Euro 2004 campaign. Director Ian Denyer ; Producer Serena Bird
The publicity-shy manager of 2003/2004 Premiership champions Arsenal, Arsene Wenger , talks to Amy Lawrence. Producer Eleanor Logan ; Editor Farah Durrani
Postponed from 3 June
Kristallnacht. The beginning of the slide into the abyss of the Holocaust for the Jewish people on 9 November 1938. Director Nick Young ; Executive producer Richard Bradley (AD)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Religious Education Taking Issue. Case studies highlighting the issues of vegetarianism and sex before marriage. ; Belief File: Sikhism/Buddhism. A look at aspects of belief in daily life through the eyes of today's youngsters. 81581 (non-PDC)
4.00 Religious Education Belief File: Hinduism and Judaism A mix of documentary, interviews and storytelling.