Dancing, birds and babies, and sleeping and moving.
6.30 Bob the Builder
Wendy paints the football pitch, and Bob enters a competition.
Tubb finds football too easy.
The gang can't sleep because of road works.
Barry turns good-looking - are greater powers at work?
Binky can't stop rhyming. DW loses her voice.
A trip around the Buzzards' secret headquarters unveils their two-legged zoom.
Zarlak gives Verne and Cassy evil powers.
8.35 Even Stevens
Louis thinks he can make money by taping Ren's sleepover.
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
Tohru's mum becomes invisible and she defends the heroes.
9.25 Bring It On
Jake and Barney train as waiters at a hotel.
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
The Mayor bans mobile phones.
Fimbo loses his shimmy shaker. (AD)
10.20 Come Outside
Auntie Mabel and Pippin look at boots. (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Doodles and Izzles feel left out.
*** Disney children's comedy starring Dean Jones. Brutus, a Great Dane puppy develops an identity crisis when he is brought up with a litter of dachshunds. Review page 53. Director Norman Tokar (1966. U)
Spirit of the Mustang. David Attenborough explores the sophisticated communal life enjoyed by these majestic horses in the Wild West.
Jeremy Vine appeals on behalf of the charity Hope and Homes for Children. For donation details see BBC1 on Sunday at 5.10pm
Second World War drama starring John Wayne.
Captain Jim Gordon leads a squadron of volunteer fighter pilots to help the Chinese in their struggle against the Japanese. Review page 53. Director David Miller (1942, PG)
With guest panellists Jenny Eclair , Andrew Motion , Mo Mowlam and Shobna Gulati.
Can the collectors sell on goods picked up in Nimes?
Kevin Woodward and Antony Worrall Thompson are joined by Archers actors Heidi Niklaus and Trevor Harrison.
Will auction-goers in Portsmouth be impressed by the items on Offer?
Acid-tongued host Anne Robinson presents another edition of the ruthless elimination quiz.
Homeboy, Sweet Homeboy. When "Ice Tray", one of Will's friends from Philadelphia, comes to visit, he falls instantly in love with Hilary.
Stereo Store. A cunning 16-year-old babysitter outwits the boys while Lois is away and Hal is busy doing his second job as a salesman. (AD)
Bridges and Tunnels. Fred investigates the principles and advances that have created some of the world's greatest feats of engineering, including the Channel Tunnel and the Thames Barrier. He also profiles the contributions made by great civil engineers, such as Isambard Kingdom Brunei.
Director/Producer David Hall
5/6. Los Angeles. The fortunes of LA have been built on two industries - Hollywood and real estate. But where do the city's rich choose to live, in their quest for land, status and the next property killing? The flamboyant Hutton Wilkinson , owner of the stunning Dawnridge, boasts actor
Sharon Stone as a neighbour, while Arnold Rifkin , the former head of the William Morris entertainment agency, has a house so big it takes him 20 minutes to turn off all the lights.
Director Joe Bullman ; Series producer Rachel Bell (AD)
2/2. Facing the Future for Karoline. Party animal Karoline is a 29-year-old woman who dreads growing old and spends a fortune on anti-ageing products. In this documentary, she lives for fourweeks, transformed by prosthetic make-up, as a 73-year-old woman. In the course of the experiment, she also receives some shocking news. Will her experiences force her to confront her prejudices? See yesterday's choice.
Producer Jayne Brierley www.bbc.co.uk/timeofyourlife
John Caudwell. Self-made businessman John Caudwell is number two in the Sunday Times earnings list, but even such prestige did not prepare him for the insecurity he faced when his core business, high-street chain
Phones 4U, hit financial trouble. With insider access throughout the company, this documentary follows the highs and lows over the four-month period that it took to rebuild the mobile phone business empire.
Producer John Blystone; Series Producer Kate Middleton
With John Sopel.
2/3. Rimmer covers himself with a sexual magnetism virus, making him irresistible to females.
Documentary drama. A joumalist who fled Afghanistan as a child returns to her homeland to console her suicidal sister and encounters the grim realities of life under the Taliban regime. In English and Farsi with subtitles. Review page 53.
Director Mohsen Makhmalbaf (2001, PG)
Youth Season Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Alternative Takes: Teenagers Talk Back 2
Part 1. Animation, drama and documentaries that examine a range of issues, plus afresh look at race and racism in Fresh from the Desh. Part 2. An exploration of bullying and homelessness in Billie No Mates and Street Life.