Fantastical fun for pre-schoolers.
6.40 The Story Makers
Byron helps to make a tent.
Tom and Jerry Kids Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.20 Looney Tunes A little beaver tries to help build a dam.
7.30 Smile McFlyshowofftheirnew video and the new Smile Furry
Family are announced. Vote for Pet Pals and play Nev It Up, Bandit
Bites and Drop da Beatz. Plus fun with Arthur, Noah's Island, Jackie Chan Adventures. UGetMe and Cavegirl. Presented by Reggie Yates and Fearne Cotton. Also on the CBBC channel from 10.00.
Director Ian Trill : Producer Jayne Stanger www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile
Something for Nothing. Will wins cash at a fundraiser.
Live first-race coverage from
Assen in the Netherlands, plus British action from Cadwell Park, Lancashire. Hosted by Suzi Perry , with commentary from Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. More in Sunday Grandstand at 3.00. Director Belinda Rogerson ; Director
Monkeys ofthe Rock. The
| lives of the free-living monkeys - often mistakenly thought of as apes - that inhabit the Rock of Gibraltar on the Iberian peninsula.
2/13. Return of the Ice
What kind of creatures will roam the planet five million years from now? On the ice caps of northern Europe, the bitterly cold and barren landscape is inhabited by the shagrat rodent, menacing snowstalkers and the 14-foot-long gannetwhale.
Presented by John Inverdale .
1.40 Moto GP The championship revs towards its climax in Portugal as title favourite Valentino Rossi vies for a repeat of his easy victory last season over rivals Max Biaggi and Sete Gibernau . Suzi Perry guides us round the circuit in Estoril on the Atlantic Coast.
3.00 World Superblkes Coverage from the second of today's races from Assen in the Netherlands where Britain's James Toseland is among four riders within eight points of his team-mate and leader Régis Laconi.
3.30 Showjumplng Olympic gold medallist Lesley Law and the silver medal-winning three-day eventers will have trotted over from Athens to compete at the Burghiey Horse Trials in Stamford, Lincolnshire.
5.00 Athletics A world-class field is expected at the women's 10km run in London's Hyde Park - will Paula Radcliffe be able to defend her title?
5.30 Sport Plus A focus on yesterday's World Cup qualifiers. Producer Belinda Rogerson (Moto GP)
Editor Lawrence Duffy
Moving Depression-era drama starring Montgomery Clift and Lee Remick. An official for the Tennessee Valley
Authority tries to convince an elderly woman to sell her home so a dam can be built in the area. But the project runs into problems when the old lady refuses to leave and the locals turn against the official. Review page 46.
Director Elia Kazan (1960. PG)
Joe John Garth:
11/11. Mike and Yvonne Lees want to swap Eastbourne for la dolce vita in the Italian countryside, but discover that the language is much more of a barrier than they'd ever expected. All this means no work and only a month to try things out - can they put down roots in time? A new Canada-set series begins next Sunday.
Director Emma Gascoigne ; Series editor Susannah Walker
New series 1/4. Plague. An infectious disease from a Liverpool hospital threatens to spread to mainland Europe and three people are given the chance to run their country during this major crisis. Guided by Gavin Hewitt , they will be helped by three experts: Air Marshal Sir Tim Garden advises on military issues; Amanda Platell , communication strategy; and former police and intelligence officer Charles Shoebridge , emergency services response. Will there be a potential prime minister among the contestants? Digital viewers can use the red button on their handsets to discover how well they'd cope under the same pressure. See how the experts reacted on BBC4 at 10pm. Producer Adian Hansell ; Series producer John Hesling www.bbc.co.uk/crisiscommand I'm a cabinet minister.... get me out of here!: page 29 Alison Graham on alarmist TV: page 57
4/6. Emily Howard has an x-ray, Lou and Andy visit the pub and Daffyd goes to the hairdressers. More surreal comedy written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams.
Director Steve Bendelack ; Producer Myfanwy Moore (AD)
Powerful, uncompromising drama starring
Edward Norton. A white supremacist recently released from jail sees the error of his ways and tries to rid his younger brother of his racial prejudices. Review page 46.
Director Tony Kaye (1998, 18) (Colour and BW) Film Highlights: page 41
Gritty crime drama starring James Cagney. Escaping from prison, Ralph Cotter kills the brother of his female accomplice, Holiday. While she vows revenge, he weds a beautiful socialite who's unaware of his true identity. But his past is set to catch up with him. Review page 46.
Director Gordon Douglas (1950) (BW James Cagney stars in Johnny Come Lately tomorrow at 1.25pm
WorkSkills Wise at Work Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Money Matters How to manage your personal finances in order to survive and prosper in the business world.
3.00 Webwlsefor Business: Using the Internet Tips from internet users. 93032 4.00 Improving Skills Brushing up on reading and writing skills. 50815 5.00 Workplace Skills Real-life incidents that deal with hazards and accidents at work.