Fimbles Florrie finds a cowboy hat and Pom discovers a wibble wobble jelly. (AD)
6.40 The Story Makers Jelly has a big surprise when she empties her piggy bank, and Blue Cow falls asleep in a bed shop.
Looney Tunes Two dogs find themselves in the middle of a futuristic home.
7.05 Scooby-Doo and Scrappy-Doo
Tackling rock monsters, giant bats, nightmares and a military training course.
7.30 Smile I Dream's
Frankieand Calvin perform their debut song Dreamin' and McFly are the celebrity roomcam victims.
Plus the chance to piay Bandit
Bites, Drop da Beatz and Aqua Pigs. All this and episodes of Arthur, Noah's Island, Dennis the Menace, Lizzie McGuire and I
Dream. With Fearne Cotton, Barney Harwood and Reggie Yates.
Director Ian Trill ; Producer Ben Brewster
www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile I Dream is on Wednesday 4.30pm BBC1
The pros and cons of town and country life are compared as rural and urban inhabitants trade places, and gardens and architecture are assessed. Plus an insight into
Rick Stein 's latest culinary travels in the countryside, and a chat with actor Peter Bowles , currently starring in the West End play The Old Masters.
Presented by Nicki Chapman
Series producer Dick Sharman
Following self-made millionaires who have reaped the rewards of the boom in the UK property market.
6/13. Wateriand. Fast forward 100 million years: swampus, toraton and lurkfish are among the species on a sweltering and steamy Earth. Postponed from 3 October
Introduced by Craig Doyle, Clare Balding and Ray Stubbs.
1.05 Rugby League Highlights of the second game in the Tri-Nations tournament, as world champions Australia take on New Zealand at Loftus Road. London. following last weekend's clash in Auckland. 140, 2.10, 2.35 Racing
A three-race card from Aintree, featuring the three-mile half-furlong handicap hurdle, the two-mile novices' steeple chase and the two-mile four-furlong steeple chase.
1.55, 2.25 Sport Plus The latest sporting news and comment.
3.00 Darts Action from the semi-final and final of the World Masters at the Spa Royal Hall in Bridlington.
Favourites for the £15,000 first prize include defending champion Andy Fordham , top seed Raymond Barneveld and last years' winner Tony West. Trina Gulliver defends her title in the women's competition. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Ron Chakraborty
An intimate portrait of family life inside a nest of tawny owls in the Forest of Dean. Richard Briers narrates.
Producer Roger Webb ; Series producer Wendy Darke
1/2. Saba Douglas-Hamilton encounters rivalry and passion as she visits old friends, the elephants in Kenya's Samburu reserve. The biggest male in the park fights over a female, a baby elephant is washed away in a flooded river and an orphaned elephant is found starving and alone.
Producer Lucinder Axelsson
Norfolk Broads: the Fall and Rise of a Great Swamp. How spectacular birds are returning to the Norfolk Broads.
Shown last Thursday (AD)
Nominated by pupils and colleagues, this year's most outstanding teachers and teaching assistants working in England, Wales and Northern Ireland are presented Plato awards from celebrities including Bill Nighy , Javine and Lord Attenborough. Viewers can register nominations for the awards at www.teachingawards.com. With Eamonn Holmes. Producer Kate Shiers-Ghellere ; Executive producer Karen Brown
New series The growl of six cylinders at full throttle heralds the return of Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May as Porsche's powerful new 911 undergoes a track test. And there's more automotive muscle-flexing as the Jaguar S-Type is driven head-to-head with Vauxhall's Monaro VXR and Chrysler's 300C.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm
The story of boxing, centred around four of the best bouts ever fought, and told in the words of the greatest fighters, trainers, promoters and commentators.
1/4. Some of boxing's most famous names have been the sport's most brutal proponents. From John L. Sullivan's incredible 75-round title fight with Jake Kilrain in 1889 to Mike Tyson 's defeat by Lennox Lewis, this is the story of how boxing's "bad boys" remain its greatest folk heroes.
2/9. Messrs Merton and Hislop lampoon more public figures on the satirical news quiz.
Shown last Friday on BBCl
Highlights from Manchester United v Arsenal at Old Trafford. Plus Newcastle United v Manchester City, Southampton v Birmingham City and Middlesbrough v Portsmouth. With Adrian Chiles , Alan Hansen and Gordon Strachan.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
5/6. With Joe Brown , Buster Bloodvessel , Shola Ama and Brand New Heavies singer Nicole Russo. Shown last Monday
5/8. Detox diets and Animal Hospital incur presenter
Fern Britton 's wrath. Shown last Monday (AD)
Detective drama starring Gig Young. An impoverished police officer becomes embroiled in a well-paid but dubious offer to sort out a case of double-cross and blackmail. Review page 52.
Director John H Auer (1953) (BW)
WorkSkills in ConstructionRepeats are not indicated.
2.00 The Complete Guide 28670 3.00 The Career Ladder
329224.00 Communication and Customer Care Skills
5.00 Building Your Business