Live coverage of round 12, from the twin-ring circuit at Motegi in Japan. With Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish. Continues at
1.50pm in Sunday Grandstand. Producer Belinda Rogerson
Tom and Jerry Kids A trio of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.20 Looney Tunes Porky moves into a creepy mansion.
7.30 Smile Cast members from
BBCl's talent-school drama I Dream -which begins on Wednesday at 4 30pm - are in the studio, and there's a look at the filming of the latest video from Girls Aloud.
As well as the usual games, there's
Noah's 's Island, Arthur. Jackie Chan Adventures, Inside UGetMe and Cavegirl. Hosted by Reggie Yates. Barney Harwood and Feame Cotton. Director Ian Trill ; Producer Jayne Stanger www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile
Eyes on the Prize. Will chooses Carlton as his team-mate on a TV quiz show.
Demons of Deception. Paris, 1916: Indy is bewitched by Mata Hari. Episode written by actress Carrie Fisher.
Up with the Gibbons. The neighbourly disputes and sexual jealousies of three ape troops in Thailand.
4/13. Prairies of Amazonia Earth - five million years hence: the dense Amazonian rainforest has given way to savannah dominated by fierce flightless birds and armour-plated rodents.
Presented by Hazel Irvine .
1.30 Sport Plus A digest of the week's big stories.
1.45,4.00 World Athletics Final Live coverage of the 800m is at 1.45 - will double Olympic gold medallist Kelly Holmes feature in the starting line-up? The thrilling climax to the Grand Prix season comes from Monaco's Stade Louis II.
1.50 Moto GP Valentino Rossi 's ongoing quest for a fourth world title continues in Japan at the twin-ring Motegi circuit.
2.30 British Superblkes The title race reaches its conclusion at Donington Park. Is John Reynolds still on target for a third title?
3.00 Golf Ryder Cup Action from day two in Michigan.
Highlights of the conclusion are tonight at 11.15pm.
5.00 Paralymplcs On day two,
Tanni Grey-Thompson launches her bid for four golds with the 800m, while Simon Jackson aims for gold in judo. GB medal hopes in the pool include Giles Long and James Crisp in the men's 100m butterfly and Nyree Lewis in the women's 200m individual medley. With Clare Balding. BBC Radio 5 Live has updates from Athens throughout the day
Editor Lawrence Duffy
The three-day Battle of Thermopylae in 480 BC saw a small Greek force, led by just 300 Spartans, heroically defend a narrow coastal pass from a 250,000-strong
Persian army. This revealing documentary uses dramatic reconstructions to bring this bloody conflict to life, and demonstrates how the small city state of Sparta and its austere culture of rigorous military discipline spawned some of the most feared warriors in the ancient world.
Director Richard Bedser ; Producer Patricia Wrobel
Sweet and Sour Charity. Margo is appalled by her music society's racy new production, branding it "smutty". Tom and Barbara, meanwhile, strike black gold - in Surbiton.
Writers John Esmonde , Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
2/9. Nigel and LizThornton-Cummings possess typically romantic notions of life in the South of France - long, lazy lunches in quaint villages, fine wines and stunning scenery. But, in their search for "la vie en rose", they seem to have overlooked the negative aspects of rural life - and their inability to speak French. How will they cope with a month-long trial relocation? Presenters Scott Huggins and Sunita Shroff offer sound advice - and moral support.
Director David Ambler ; Series producer Jeanine Josman
Highlights from the latest series of the motoring magazine, with presenters Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond casually thrashing dream cars that evidently don't belong to them. The series returns in October.
Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Series editor Andy Wilman TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: £3.60 monthly
6/6. Vacuous teenager Vicky Pollard inexplicably falls pregnant and unconvincing transvestite Emily Howard goes shopping for flowers. Award-winning sketch show written by and starring Matt Lucas and David Walliams.
Director Steve Bendelack ; Producer Myfanwy Moore (AD)
A triple bill of Premiership action, featuring the London derby at Stamford Bridge between title-chasing Chelsea and Tottenham, who have not beaten their rivals in the league since 1990. Elsewhere, incoming Magpies boss Graeme Souness faces an early test as Newcastle travel to Southampton, while the Rooney-shaped hole in Everton's front line could be an issue for the Toffees as they face Middlesbrough atGoodison Park. Introduced by Adrian Chiles , with Gordon Strachan and Alan Shearer.
Series producer Philip Bemie ; Producer Ian Finch BBC PRODUCTS: DVD. Match of the Day: 60s, 70s, 80s and Match ofthe Day Football Yearbook, both £19.99, all available now
The all-important singles matches on the final day in Michigan. Two years ago at the Belfry, European captain
Sam Torrance took a risk by fielding his best players first-but the gamble paid off as Colin Montgomerie 's bravura performance in defeating Scott Hoch 5&4 left the USA playing catch-up. Later, Phillip Price's impressive 3&2 win over world number two Phil Mickelson left Europe needing just half a point to take the title. A Paul McGinley putt secured an unassailable lead for Europe and signalled the start of wild celebrations on the 18th green. Ryder Cup Golf - How the Cup Was Won is tomorrow at 7.30pm
www.bbc.co.uk/iearningzone WorkSkills: Make Your Mark Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Planning Your Future Options available to school leavers. 97056 3.00 At Home and Abroad Working in Europe.
4.00 Snakes and Ladders Holding down a job. 45933 5.00 Youth Nation Profiling a teenage managing director.