Big Cook Little Cook Frank the firefighter visits.
6.20 Tots TV The friends ride a cable car up a mountain.
6.30Bobinogs Ogi needs help with the housework.
6 45 Wide Eye Is there treasure in Natterjack pond?
The annual town hall dance is at risk.
Arthur and co want to see their favourite band.
7 30 Raven
Young warriors are led on a magical quest.
8 00 Serious Desert
Exploring the Namibian desert.
8 25 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
8.50 Looney Tunes
Doc decides to turn Bugs into stew.
9.00 Big Wolf on Campus
A monster intruder stirs up fear.
9.20 Watch My Chops
Corneil meets his dead ringer. (AD)
Wombats and ballet keep Taz busy.
Balamory Suzie Sweet needs help with marching. Writer Penny Lloyd
For cast see Friday (AD)
10.20 Come outside Auntie Mabel looks at buses.
10.40 Tweenies The wind is making strange noises.
On the day of his wedding, Ollie is distracted by a jigsaw. (BW)
★★★★ Ghoulish comedy starring Charles Laughton and Boris Karloff. Travellers take refuge in a sinister family home. Review page 54. Director James Whale (1932, PG)
(BW) Series of Universal horror films continues with The Invisible Man, on Friday 11.20am Barry Norman/Film Trivia: page 49
Businesses in Scotland are this week's focus.
*** Deft comedy with John Wayne and Claudette Colbert , plus a cameo by Cary Grant.
Author Kit Madden 's plans for a film are altered by a chance meeting. Review page 54. Director Mervyn LeRoy (1946, U)
(BW) Claudette Colbert stars in Sleep, My Love tomorrow at 1.25pm
Then Hall of Fame Charlie Chaplin in performance and in public.
Chris Beardshaw takes to the skies once again hunting out horticultural inspiration.
An Essex football fan wants a rural retreat within commuting distance of his club.
Nick Nairn and Paul Rankinjoin party people Danielle Nay and Johnny Roxborough as a week-long celebration of RSC's 10th anniversary begins. VIEWER COMPETITION: details on Wed
New series Don't know an answer? It doesn't matter on this general knowledge quiz: contestants can beg, borrow or steal them from each other. Jamie Theakston hosts the show with thousands of pounds at stake.
Producer Andrew Musson ; Executive producers Andrew Breton. Gail Sloan and David Young
Claudia Winkleman hosts the complementary show to BBC1's ballroom dancing contest. Today she is joined by the first couple to be voted off, and judge Len Goodman gives his verdict on the remaining contestants' chances. Plus behind-the-scenes news and gossip.
Newseries 1/5. One of the most magical architectural creations is explored by Dan Cruickshank. Its splendour has been obscured by almost two centuries of political hot air, but Cruickshank gains exclusive access to its interior, one of architectural history's great secrets. From the pinnacle of Gothic Revival to the MPs' private sewage pumping system, the seat of Parliament is laid bare. Producer David Thompson ; Executive producer Basil Comely
First shown on BBC4 (AD)
Fawlty Towers, British prime ministers of the 20th century, the life and works of poet Robert Fergusson and English civil wars 1642-1651 are the specialist subjects in the first of six semi-finals. John Humphrys has the questions. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Sally Evans
St John's College, Cambridge, take on the students of the University of Reading in another first-round match. Jeremy Paxman is on hand to harry them for answers.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Peter Gwyn (AD)
Never Mind the Buzzcocks 6/6. Katie Melua ,
Michelle Gayle , Jane McDonald and Aaron Gilbert of the Delays join host Mark Lamarr , with team captains Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus. The show will return fora Christmas special. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Steve Doherty
Repeated next Sunday Phill Jupitus on R.E.M.: page 38
9.30 Room 101 7/8. Comic and actor Omid Djalili , recently seen in the film Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, nominates his pet hates for Orwellian oblivion. Host Paul Merton has the final say on whether to admit irritants such as hecklers and male yoga teachers into the room of doom. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Repeated next Sunday (AD)
10.00 Monkey Dust Newseries 1/6. Provocative animation set in a permanent urban nightmare - a nocturnal world inhabited by the sad, lonely and emotionally crippled. Voices by Morwenna Banks , Brian Bowles ,
Rebecca Front , Simon Greenall , Enn Reitel , Kate Robbins , Frances Barber , Nick Holder , Tom Hillenbrand and Saraj Chaudhry. Producer Harry Thompson First shown on BBC3
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May put Porsche's new 911 through a track test. And the Jaguar S-type is driven head-to-head with Vauxhall's Monaro VXR and Chrysler's 300C. Shown last night at 8pm
www.bbc.co.uk/leamingzone Languages and Travel
Repeats are not indicated
Espaha Viva 1-12 A beginner's introduction to the Spanish language, way of life and culture. Topics range from introducing yourself to booking hotels and shopping. With in-vision subtitles.