PC Plum tries to devise some indoor fun for the children.
The hedgehogs interrupt the tidying up of the autumn leaves. (S)
Jake finds out what it means to be nervous.
More space-walking routines.
Jelly and Jackson find a photo album.
Jetta mistakenly gives Emily Elizabeth a sweater.
Terence is tired of being different.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9)
10.45 Razzledazzle (4-5)
11.05 Something Special (ages 4-7) Signed.
11.20 Internet Primary Chat Guide (ages 7-11)
Grandpa tries to help Eddie make the track team.
Followed by The Witness
A visit to a Bristol firm putting staff on the path to workplace wellbeing - on a treadmill. (5) Adrian Chiles on the Big Challenge: p
Live day-four coverage from the tournament that so often affords a form guide to Wimbledon. On his way to the title last year, big-serving Andy Roddick of the USA survived a torrid time in the third round as he edged past
Croatian Mario Ancic 7-6, 4-6,
6-4. With Sue Barker. BBCi: additional live coverage via the red button between 1.00 and 8.00pm
The auction show visits the North Yorkshire coastal resort of Scarborough. There presenter Paul Martin squeezes in a search of the local beaches for a piece of Whitby jet and learns how this unusual black stone became so sought after.
Ewan McGregor talks about his role in the West End musical Guys and Dolls while DJ Annie Mac visits Glyndebourne to see if opera can be made more appealing to younger audiences. Plus maverick duo Gilbert and George on their new work for the 51st Venice Biennale of art, Andrew Graham-Dixon examining George Stubbs 's horse paintings and author Bernard Hare touring the tough Leeds estate that inspired his Urban Grimshaw and the Shed Crew. Series producer Sam Starbuck : Executive editor George Entwistle Repeated at 12 midnight www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
In the last programme of the second week, there's a bird's-eye view of London with the peregrine falcons, a report by Bill Oddie on the antics of the badger cubs, and a visit to Shetland to witness the consequences of climatic changes for Britain's sea birds. Continues next Monday. BBCi: digital viewers can get tips on attracting wildlife via the red button
6/6. Politicians and celebrities run scared from the mimicking Phil Cornwell , Kevin Connelly ,
Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens and Mark Perry. The series returns in spring 2006.
Directors Ben Fuller and Pati Marr ; Producer Gareth Edwards
Repeated next Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/deadringers RT DIRECT: Dead Ringers series one DVD £13.99 (RRP E15.99) including p&p. To order call [number removed]3850 (national rate)
6/6. While the family attempt to find Ed a girlfriend in the unlikely surroundings of the local Indian restaurant, George decides to challenge his father on why he seems to be such a disappointment.
Writers/Directors/Producers Mark Bussell , Justin Sbresni
Matt the job finder:
5/8. The stress of organising the wedding is starting to tell on Kath. Barbed comments from Kim and Kel about her looks are not exactly helping.
(First shown on the digital channel Ftn) (S)
Sitcom: Kath & Kim 10.00pm BBC2
Some find this sitcom unwatchable, but really it's a little work of art. This week Kel (Glenn Robbins) goes behind Kath's back to conduct some clandestine meetings with a mystery woman, while dopey Sharon (Magda Szubanski) is more unpopular with Kim than ever when her enthusiasm ruins Kim's ice-queen act with Brett. (DB)
With Gavin Esler.
Action from the European championship's fifth day. In Group B, reigning champions Germany faced
Italy in Preston, while France clashed with Norway in Warrington. Hosted by Celina Hinchcliffe.
Secondary Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Geography: Australia 2000 How the Olympic Games in Sydney affected the city. 90229 4.00 Geography: Japan 2000 Examining the country's startling economic success. ; Brazil 2000 The country's physical and human landscape.