Cartoons, games and gunge.
Also shown on the CBBC channel
Lee Ryan, Ashlee Simpson, Son of Dork and Antony Costa guest.
Rptd tomorrow 6pm CBBC Channel
Digital viewers can choose a different musical line-up using the red button
Profiles of deaf Belgian MP Helga Stevens and sailor Gerry Hughes. Voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated Wed 1.50am BBC1
Tips for trading up. (Revised rpt)
Presented by Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Tennis Highlights of last night's Australian Open women's final.
2.00 Athletics Live coverage from Glasgow's Kelvin Hall as the UK season gets under way. Continues on BBC1 at 2.30pm.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the World Indoor bowls semi-finals from Ham (12.15pm on Freeview) to 4.30pm
A new lion and a flock of vultures arrive. (Revised rpt)
Spielberg's Munich reviewed.
Murder mystery starring Basil Rathbone. Sherlock Holmes investigates a string of female murders. Review page 47.
Director Roy William Neill (1945, PG)
Semi-final coverage of the World Indoor championships. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Alice Thomson of The Daily Telegraph casts an eye over the week's most noteworthy stories.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Ged Clarke
Paul Martin returns to his home town of Truro where residents are gathering at Alverton Manor hoping their unwanted antiques will catch the experts' eyes. Producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
Boyne. Peter Snow's computer graphics illustrate the grand scale of the 1690 Battle of the Boyne between Catholic King James II and Protestant
William of Orange, while Dan Snow investigates the experiences of soldiers on the front line.
Director Paul McGuigan ; Producer Danielle Peck RT DIRECT: hardback book just EM.99 incl p&p (UK delivery only). To order call [number removed] (landline calls 8p per min) quoting RT
2/3. Nature. As the Industrial Revolution overtook Britain during the late 18th century, the Romantics embraced nature and forged radical protests such as Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein - a warning that science might come to corrupt humanity.
Director/Producer Sam Hobkinson Mary Shelley is explored in The Mark Steel Lectures, tomorrow 10pm Dudley Sutton 's big break: p35; The Inside Story: p58
Samuel Taylor Coleridge:
Jean Jacques Rousseau:
Jacques Pierre Brissot:
Percy Bysshe Shelley:
FILM OF THE WEEK
Poignant period drama based on a true story, starring Kenneth Branagh. In 1931, three young girls are wrenched from their family in Western Australia and placed in an institution as part of the government's policy to raise mixed-race children as "white". But Molly, Daisy and Gracie escape and begin the long journey home, pursued by an Aborigine tracker and a government official. Review page 41.
Director Phillip Noyce (2002, PG) DVD offer: page 41
Mr AO Neville:
More from the Irish sit-down comedian's 1971 series of short sketches and jokes.
Writers Dave Allen , Peter Vincent and Austin Steele
Producer Peter Whitmore
2/6. Al Murray , John Oliver and Gina Yashere guest in the satirical game show. Shown yesterday
Hitler's Last Hours. Testimonies by the Fuhrer's secretary and his adjutant inform this dramatisation of the final apocalyptic days of the Nazi regime.
Director Richard Bond ; Producer Richard Bradley
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Next Big Thing Forever Young
2.30 Lab Detectives 4151417 2.45 Hollywood Science Ice Cold in Alex 4730894 3.00 Reindeer in the Arctic 86097 3.30 Health and Disease Why Me? Why Now? 82894 4.00 Wendepunkte 76287 4.30 Mosaico Hispanico 87726 5.00 Lie of the Land Three
Revolutions in Mapping 51813 5.30 Landscape Mysteries In Search of Irish Gold