Valmont finds the Water Demon.
5/6 Double bill in the Potty about Books season.
Cameron is angry when he's not allowed to go swimming.
Nan assists Cameron in making his final decision.
A puddle gives Archie a great idea for a new invention.
Mr Mopple looks after a mouse.
Comedy sequel starring Bob Monkhouse. When two newly qualified dentists involved in promoting a toothpaste find their jobs under threat, they decide to develop a product of their own. Review page 58. Director CM Pennington-Richards
(1961, PG) (BW) Followed by The Witness
Analysis of business issues.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch. Director Duncan Hess
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Day two of the Women's British Open at Royal Birkdale will see players competing to be on the leaderboard as the tournament approaches the halfway point.
Will Sweden's Annika Sorenstam be justifying her position as world number one? With Hazel Irvine. Meanwhile, the penultimate day on the Sussex Downs focuses on the £150,000 mile race at 3.25, with other starts at 2.15, 2.50 and 4.00. Commentary by Jim McGrath. with analysis from
Willie Carson and Ray Cochrane. www.bbc.co.uk/racing
With Anne Robinson.
Will the week's second visit to Chelmsford, Essex, be fruitful for the experts? With Paul Martin. <s)
The Green Door. Are Margo's supposed trips to the pony club really a cover for something more salacious? Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
On a visit to the quintessentially English manor of Chavenage House in the Cotswolds, Jeremy Musson becomes involved in the estate's working life.
Producer Spike Geilinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
How do perfume-makers capture scents? What makes plants release their fragrances? And which of them smell the best in the garden? Carol Klein investigates as she meets breeders and growers who are realising that gardeners want more than disease-free blooms. Producer Patty Kraus ; Series producer Sarah Moors RT DIRECT: save E2 on Gardeners' World - Gardening from Berryfields. To order for E18 including p&p. call [number removed]7979 (national rate) Alan Titchmarsh 's 30 Minute Gardener: page 37; Amaryllis belladonna and border penstemons offers: page 38
3/13. Severn Estuary to Aberystwyth. For thousands of years, the world's second greatest tidal range has had a huge impact on the inhabitants of the South Wales coast. Neil Oliver uncovers reaHife horror at the Smalls Lighthouse, Mark Horton explores the terrifying power of sand, Alice Roberts seeks out our Ice Age ancestor and Miranda Krestovnikoff reveals the secrets of rockpools. Plus a chance to witness a dramatic natural spectacle: the Severn Bore. INTERACTIVE: for details see Sunday at 9pm
Continuing the new sitcom about two rascally OAPs. 2/6. Wireless. Jack and Victor take up residence in the hospital - as DJs. Contains strong language.
Writers Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill
Director/Producer Michael Hines
Mother with baby:
With Liz MacKean.
PD James, Ian McMillan and Dotun Adebayo critique the latest cultural offerings. Mark Lawson hosts.
Producer Tanya Hudson
2/3. Strange Brew. The 1960s and early 1970s were decades of profound change for British society and for its jazz as it found a voice distinct from that of its American counterpart. Terence Stamp narrates.
Producer Chris Rodley ; Series producer Mike Connolly
1/2. Bringing to life his acclaimed Impressed compilation albums, jazz DJ Gilles Peterson gathers together some seminal artists of the UK scene in a performance recorded at London's Barbican Centre. Director David Peterson
Followed by 48 Preludes and Fugues
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Picturing the Genders 93721 2.30 The Rinuccini Chapel, Florence 12856 3.00 Global Fantasy 2
3.30 Children, Science and Common Sense
4.00 Relationships 7059924 4.50 Ever Wondered? 68546740 5.00 News Stories 37158 5.30 Open Advice