Sapphire falls in love.
Repeated from yesterday at 3.40pm, BBC1
The team struggle to cope with the extreme temperatures.
More tantalising treats to test friendships.
Things look bad when Sportacus loses his crystal.
Muffin takes a well-deserved day off.
Mabel and Pippin learn about the wind.
It's French Day at the nursery and Miss Hoolie's Gallic friend Philippe is joining in the fun.
Quality Time. Jay becomes convinced that Michael no longer loves her.
Spy drama starring Stephen Murray. After defecting to
Britain, Russian scientist Boris Turganev is given a job at a government nuclear resear facility. But when he's discovered passing on information, suspicions are aroused. Review page 55. Director Montgomery Tully (1964, U)
The latest news from Westminster. Presented by Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson.
Why do male toads croak when touched? Where do newts lay eggs? Research into amphibian mating habits reveals all. Followed by The Witness
Business analysis, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Live coverage from the Guild Hall, Preston, of the second round of the Grand Prix. Barring shock results in the previous round, this afternoon's matches should include appearances by champion Mark Williams , rapidly rising star Stephen Maguire and "people's champion" Jimmy White. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can view uninterrupted live coverage, action from other tables, plus a news and statistics service, via the red button
Live second-round coverage continues from the Grand Prix in Preston. Providing the qualifiers didn't cause any major upsets in the first round, world number two Stephen Hendry , resurgent veteran Steve Davis , 1999 winner John Higgins and world championship runner-up Graeme Dott should all be at the table this evening. INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can view uninterrupted live coverage, action from other tables, plus a news and statistics service
Anniversary. It's two years since Tom and Barbara became self-sufficient. Have they finally had enough? Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies Postponed from 26 September
2/8. The exorbitant price of property in London means many of the capital's key workers can only dream of owning a place. Could buying one of London's 100,000 empty homes be the answer? Architect Maxwell Hutchinson joins nurse
Sally Walshe and husband Barry, an ambulance driver, in their search for a family home. As key workers, they should be entitled to loans to help them out. But as they soon discover, it's not quite as simple as that.
Series producer Jane Merkin ; Exec producer Cassie Braban
The culinary cruise concludes with an hour-long edition. 9/9. As the barge reaches the end of the Canal du Midi, it's time to switch vessels and sail across the salty Etang de Thau. At the fishing port of Sete, Bastille
Day is celebrated with water jousting, fireworks and seafood ragout. And the gastronomic journey reaches a fitting conclusion in Marseille with the most famous seafood dish of all - bouillabaisse. Rick returns with a Christmas edition of Food Heroes in early December. Director/Producer David Pritchard RT DIRECT: save E2 on the accompanying hardback book. To order for only E1B call [number removed]6042 (national rate) quoting RT Ragout of seafood with linguine: page 31
Could more have been done to prevent the chaos that resulted from Hurricane Katrina's collision with New Orleans? Were officials already aware that the city's flood defences couldn't withstand such savage winds? In this documentary in the This World strand, emergency planners talk candidly about who knew what. and when, while a member of the government's crisis team claims incompetent leadership is to blame. Plus, stories of the city's residents left to fend for themselves - including the young man who commandeered a bus and drove a cargo of homeless and abandoned people to safety. [web address removed]
The Hurricane That Shook America 9.00pm BBC2
This documentary special looks at the heartbreak brought to New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina. Weall watched news footage of a city apparently taken completely by surprise but here we learn that there were some who knew the city could face devastation should the worst ever happen. Put simply, New Orleans's flood defences were not built to withstand such a force of nature.
Says one native of the French Quarter, Joe Salza, "I want every American to know: if it can happen in New Orleans, you better damn well sleep with one eye open, cos then it can happen anywhere." Emergency planners look back at what went wrong, and there are stories from citizens who, when faced with the worst that life could throw at them, used their emotional, intellectual and physical resources to fight back. (Alison Graham)
5/8. Actress Sheila Hancock nominates herself as a candidate for banishment to Orwellian oblivion, and suggests men like David Beckham should be sent to keep her company. Paul Merton finds out why.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Coverage from Preston of the conclusion to the second round. Who will make the last 16?
Highlights of this afternoon's play, introduced by Hazel Irvine.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Geography World Physical. Earthquakes, glaciation, rivers, coasts and deserts.
4.00 History Class Clips. Reconstructions, archive footage and CGI help bring to life key events in British history, from 1066 to the 20th century.