Fantastical fun for pre-schoolers.
Tango learns how to be a great hunter.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
T-Bone steals Cleo's food.
Presented by Jon Sopel and Mishal Husain.
Peter Sissons stands in for David Frost on the topical discussion show. With 9.00 News, plus weather later in the programme. Editor Barney Jones
More live studio entertainment, with games including Nev It Up and Drop da Beatz, regular features Smile Top 3, Guinea Pig Grand Prix and Watch It Win It, plus fun with Dennis the Menace and Cavegirl.
Presented by Barney Harwood and Reggie Yates.
(Also showing on the CBBC channel)
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Liverpool's the venue, as local crooner Neville Skelly joins Alice Beer, while Oliver Heath explores the city's cathedral. Soul singer Al Green and Mo Mowlam are the guests, and there's advice from the Barefoot Doctor.
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From the skies above Derbyshire, John Craven inspects work being carried out on blanket bogs.
Plus the lowdown on Greece's environmental programmes, and a visit to the world worm charming championship. With weather for the week ahead.
Pussies Galore. The feral felines of Rome.
Presented by Clare Balding and Phil Jones.
1.00 Cycling Live coverage as Briton Nicole Cooke chases gold in the women's road race.
1.15 Gymnastics Action from the women's qualifiers, featuring the USA and champions Romania.
1.40 Cycling/Boxing/Badminton/ Table Tennis Preliminary action.
2.30 Judo/Cycling/Sailing/ Equestrian/Tennis/Beach
Volleyball Includes coverage of Briton Georgina Singleton 's medal bid in the -52kgjudo, plus the latest on the women's cycling road race and the first singles tennis action. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: digital viewers can choose from up to four extra Olympic events, while internet users can watch five streams of live footage at www.bbc.co.uk/olympics
From London's Soul in the City Christian youth festival, Diane Louise Jordan introduces highlights of last year's series, including music from Libera and the Songs of Praise School
Choirs of the Year.
Grouse, Hares and Stags
Seeking out the inhabitants ofthe moors.
Across North America wild bears are turning to a life of crime. In California black bears break into cars and raid garbage skips, while in Alaska grizzlies mug fishermen. But why?
Producer Vanessa Berlowitz ; Series editor Sara Ford
Our Speaker Today. After giving a successful talk on self-sufficiency to Margot's society, Barbara is asked to enlighten members of a very different institution.
Writers John Esmonde. Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
1/3. The Man Who Wanted to Know Everything. Painter, engineer, anatomist and physicist, Leonardo da Vinci was the archetypal Renaissance man. This drama-documentary begins by charting his life from his illegitimate birth, to the unveiling in 1497 of his masterpiece The Last Supper, and attempts to construct some of his engineering designs.
With Mark Rylance as Leonardo, Che Cartwright as Salai, and James Faulkner as Sforza. Narrated by Alan Yentob.
Producers Sarah Aspinall , Tim Durm ; Exec producer Michael Mosley
Live from Athens, introduced by Sue Barker and Steve Rider.
8.00 Basketball Men's Olympic champions the USA begin the defence of their title - and their quest for a fourth successive gold medal - as they take on Puerto Rico.
8.25 Gymnastics The women's qualifying stage reaches its conclusion. Featuring Sydney bronze medallists China.
9.15 Welghtllftlng The first men's medals of the games are awarded tonight, in the 56kg class. Plus news of the women's 53kg competition. Commentary by Dougie Donnelly.
9.45 Tennis Further action from the first day of the singles competition. Commentary by John Lloyd and Tracey Austin.
10.15 Football Highlights from Crete of tonight's Group D men's match between Portugal and Morocco. DIGITAL AND INTERNET VIEWERS: digital satellite and cable viewers can choose from four extra events, and Freeview viewers from two. by pressing the red handset button. There's five streams of live footage at www.bbc.co.uk/otympics RT's interactive Olympic TV planner: centre pages
After 38 years away, Match of the Day returns to BBC2. Adrian Chiles wraps up the Premiership weekend, with guests, analysis of the key issues, and all the goals. There's highlights of the opening weekend's biggest game, Chelsea v Manchester United, and Arsenal's trip to Everton. With guests Gerard Houllier and Gordon Strachan , and a feature following Norwich City director Delia Smith on the newly promoted club's first day back in the top flight.
Match of the Day, BBC1 Wednesday 7.30, has live coverage of England v Ukraine
BBC MAGAZINE: Match of the Day Premiership Guide 2004/05, price Â£3.95
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Chip Cobb the deaf stuntman goes out in a blaze of glory, Ron Manager becomes confused by the concept of a female sports presenter, and Roger the middle-class football fan attempts to explain the offside rule.
Romantic comedy from the director of Father Ted, starring Brendan Gleeson, Amanda Donohoe and James Nesbitt.
After being mugged, womanising alcoholic and TV chef Harry McKee slips into a coma, awakening with no recollection of the past 25 years. Will his new-found innocence help him atone for his past misdeeds? Review page 48.
Director Declan Lowney (2000, 15)
WorkSkillS in Sport and Leisure Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide Careers in sport and fitness.
3.00 Careers/Health and Safety 84332 4.00 Football Business 18887 5.00 Training for Success