With Dermot Murnaghan and Sian Williams.
Ben and Small play snakes and ladders.
CBeebies Weekly: the new magazine, which includes all your favourite characters, is launched today. price Â£1.75
The kids wish they hadn't made a wish.
How to sign jungle animals.
Western starring Tim Holt and Nan Leslie. Bob and his sidekick
Chito are falsely accused of murder. Review page 51. Director Lesley Selander (1948)
Live coverage of Gordon Brown's tenth Budget statement to the House of Commons, presented by David Dimbleby. What secrets does the Chancellor's famous red briefcase hold this time round? Hear announcements as they happen, plus reaction from the opposition parties, families and business leaders. With Emily Maitlis, Jon Sopel and Jenny Scott. Includes Prime Minister's Questions at 12 noon.
Working Lunch looks at the Budget in detail, tomorrow at 12.30pm
Nick Ross appeals on behalf of Samburu Aid in Africa (Saidia).
Shown Sunday 4.50pm BBC DONATIONS: call free on [number removed]; send cheques to Saidia, [address removed]T BBC Lifeline Appeal; or give online at www.saidiakenya.org
Charting a developer's progress to a million. (Revised rpt)
With panellists James Martin , Nina Myskow and Clare Nasir.
An Essex football fan wants a rural retreat within commuting distance of his club. <R)
Chefs Nick Nairn and Lesley Waters tempt the taste buds.
Ainsley Harriott hosts. See Ceefax p560 and www.bbc.co.uk/food
Paul Martin returns to his childhood home of Cornwall to value antiques brought along by the people of St Austell and meets artist Graham Ovenden.
Dawn French and singer Alison Moyet talk about their roles in the emotionally charged play Smaller, currently touring the UK. Plus the secrets behind Bernard Herrmann 's stunning film scores. And crime writer Elizabeth George researches the latest Inspector Lynley novel. Hosted by Charles Hazlewood. Series producer Gill Holmes ; Executive producer Edward Morgan
Rptd tomorrow at 11.25pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
A total of 17 gold medals were on offer today. As the heptathlon reached its climax did Kelly Sotherton triumph? Diving started, every winner in the boxing semi-finals was guaranteed a medal and the line-up for the hockey semis was completed. Key moments are presented by Clare Balding and Steve Ovett. Live online at [Web Address Removed] (UK only)
Digital viewers can access four extra streams (two on Freeview) - see [Web Address Removed] for timetable
5/12. The task facing ten candidates is to create a TV-ad and billboard poster campaign, promoting a - product that makes hiring Sir Alan's jets easier. The teams become cast themselves as art directors and copywriters but confidence soon turns to dismay.
With strong language. The Apprentice - You're Fired! follows on BBC3, repeated on BBC2 at 11.55pm. Producers Sanjay Singhal and Martyn Smith
Editor Daniel Adamson Repeated next Tuesday NEW INTERNET TV SERVICE: catch preview clips of future episodes, watch and rate any programme you've missed, and enjoy bonus material including the candidates' auditions, all at www.bbc.co.uk/bbctwo The scowler: page 59; The Inside Story: page 92
5/8. The New Year is off to a good start for Michael Handel, the surviving member of the U-Fit sales team. He's just received the biggest pay cheque of his life and spent part of it on a smart new image to impress his bosses. And it seems to be working. But it's not long before the mutual appreciation turns sour. Narrated by Bill Nighy. With strong language.
Series producer Fergus O'Brien : Exec producer Nick Mirsky
With Jeremy Paxman.
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Gordon Brown explains his Budget.
8/10. Author Hari Kunzru speaks out against the Religious Hatred Bill. A look at the stunning architecture of Lahore's Badshahi Mosque, on the set with Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor and music from Deeyah, the singer dubbed the Muslim Madonna.
Producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Exec producer Tommy Nagra
5/12. Adrian Chiles meets the fifth failed candidate.
Series producer James Bainbridge ; Executive producer Dan Adamson Shown at 10pm on BBC3 Followed by Weatherview
Pets Are People 1/6. Pampered pooches regarded as child substitutes by their owners.
1.00 Tales from the Palaces 10/10. A look at what the future holds for Britain's royal palaces
1.30 A Passion for Churches 4/12. St Piran's, Cornwall, abandoned 200 years ago.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision Science 2
44476 4.00 A Picture of Britain Geography
5.00 Coast A specially adapted reversion