Big Cook Little Cook
Denise the Dentist visits.
6.20 Tots TV
Strange things happen when Tom sings.
The pals learn about never giving up.
6.45 Wide Eye
Little Hoot loses Flea and 99 loses a boot.
Short Change - the Fat Nation Challenge
Finding fat in foods.
(Shown on CBBC on Sunday)
7.05 Snailsbury Tales
There's heavy snow in Snailsbury.
DW is embarrassed by her mother.
Dark Forest awaits the remaining four warriors.
8.00 Serious Desert
The team face their toughest job.
8.25 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
Football, hiking and ogres make up the canine capers.
8.50 Looney Tunes
It's Wile E Coyote v Roadrunner again.
9.00 Big Wolf on Campus
The Grim Reaper comes to town.
9.20 Watch My Chops
Has Corneil seen a vampire?
Taz goes flying and Mr Thickly is trapped.
Archie gets carried away by fiddle music. Can he calm down?
(For cast see Friday)
10.20 Come Outside
Auntie Mabel looks at sewage.
Judy enjoys a visit to the countryside.
A rich widow is seeking a new husband - but what happened to all the previous ones? (BW)
Expert analysis of the latest political proceedings from
*** Ronald Colman stars in one of the earliest satires oftelevision. Unemployed genius Beauregard Bottomly tries to ruin a soap company through a quiz show it sponsors. As he continually wins the cash prize, the organisers take underhand measures to upset the human encyclopedia. Review page 56. Director Richard Whorf (1950, U)
Chris Beardshaw takes to the skies once again.
Professor Dimitri Vvednesky wants to flee noisy south London for the calm of Cambridgeshire.
Magicians Chris Nicholson and Tariq Knight team up with Tony Tobin and James Martin for the culinary challenge. VIEWER COMPETITION: details on Wed RECIPES: Ceefax page
Lying, begging, playing dirty - anything goes on the new quiz show hosted by Jamie Theakston.
The pressure is mounting as Saturday night's dance-off nears. Reigning champ Natasha Kaplinsky gives her lowdown of what it takes to be a winner.
Ed Byrne and Claudia Winkleman guest on the pop culture quiz that tests our thresholds for trivia. Vemon Kay hosts. Executive producer Mark Ford First shown on BBC3
7/8. Christopher Saxton 's Atlas of England and Wales
(1574). Can Nicholas Crane use Christopher Saxton 's map of Norfolk to lead him through the wild waterland of today? Saxton produced ourfirst atlas, providing Elizabethans with engraved county maps. But his survey was as much of political troublespots as rivers and windmills. Crane learns that Norfolk was the heartland of Catholic conspirators in the late 1500s and investigates why Saxton omitted the Norfolk Broads from his map of the area.
Series producer Michael Waterhouse (AD)
Desert Wolves of India. How do wolves survive the harsh conditions of the Indian desert and persecution by local herdsmen? Yadvendradev Jhala spent a year in the Kutch desert, following a pack as they sought food for the cubs. Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday (AD)
A female stoat raises a family in the grounds of Kedleston Hall , a stately home in Derbyshire. Bill Oddie narrates.
Producer Roger Webb ; Series producer Wendy Darke
The Hunt for the Supertwister. Nature at its most violent, supertwisters are the most powerful of tornados. They strike without warning and kill hundreds of people each year. Predicting when and where they will hit has proved impossible, but a breakthrough may have been made. Scientists known as storm chasers have been trying to discover what quirks of the weather turn strong wind into a killer. Horizon presents dramatic images of tornados and testimony from those who have survived them.
Producers Nick Green and Julia Cort ; Editor Matthew Barrett
Luton Kicks Off. An amazing tale lies behind the buying and selling of a football club. Luton Town was sold for a rumoured L4 to a consortium represented by property developer John Gurney. But when Luton's managerwas let go, fans vowed to get Gurney out. To win them round, he said a new manager would be chosen by phone vote but, before lines closed, was filmed talking to the winner. Is Gurney as interested in football as he is in the club's prime site next to Luton Airport? Tom Baker narrates.
Director Molly Mathieson ; Series producer Kate Middleton
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Ends 1.40. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
The New Americans 4/5. After an anxious wait on the border of Mexico, visas arrive for the Flores. Meanwhile, Jose falls for a Mormon girl in Montana.
12.10 5/5. Escalating violence in the Middle East and the 9/11 attacks take their toll: Hatem's offices are torched. How will he and the other refugees fare as the series closes?
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Music: Mad about Music Series One Traditional and contemporary music in a variety of styles are explored.
4.00 Music: Mad about Music Series Two Teenagers organise a skate and music festival, and more styles are featured.