Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Small learns about bagels.
Games and fun with Arthur, Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks, Yvon of the Yukon and WITCH.
With Kirsten O'Brien and Barney Harwood.
3/12. Tim Lovejoy and Amanda Hamilton welcome celebrity guests and watch classic TV clips.
Baby 2/2. Hal rushes home as Lois's labour continues, but crashes the car.
Classic Powell and Pressburger drama starring Deborah Kerr as one of five Anglo-Catholic nuns who establish a school and hospital in a disused harem in the Himalayas. As the nuns struggle to cope with the atmosphere of their surroundings, the male presence of the local English agent brings further disquiet. Review page 46. (1946, U) Classic Movie Moment; DVD offer: p55
Presented by Ray Stubbs.
1.35 Tennis Highlights from the first week of the Australian Open. Live coverage of the women's final is on Friday at 2.20am on BBC1.
2.15 Ski Sunday The men's downhill and slalom World Cup at Chamonix, plus the world snowboarding championships in Arosa, Switzerland.
3.00 Snooker Live coverage of the first session in the final of the invitational Masters tournament. Also online at www.bbcco.uk/sport (UK only) Producers Jonathan Bramley and (Ski Sunday) Gabrielle Cook Digital viewers can access live Radio Five
Live commentary of the Arsenal v Man
United match between 3.45 and 6.00pm Playing by numbers: page 24
The hammerhead shark profiled.
Ian Holm narrates.
New series 1/13. A Family Affair. The daily struggles and dangers faced by a family of the animals living on the edge of the Kalahari. Bill Nighy narrates. (5)
6.35 2/13. Love Thy Neighbour. Will Shakespeare survive his snakebite? Tosca gives birth.
First shown on Animal Planet Meerkat mayhem page 57
3/5. Wetland. The intrepid survivalist continues his exploration of the Stone Age diet by travelling Britain's wetlands - habitats rich in wild foods that were also the highways of that era. Seeking to emulate our hunter/gatherer ancestors, Mears processes water lily seeds, spear-fishes from a canoe and tastes plant matter from a pollen core thousands of years old.
Shown last Wednesday
A week of thrilling snooker draws to a conclusion at Wembley Arena, as the final of the prestigious
Masters event reaches its climax. A maximum of 11 frames will be played as the finalists vie for the coveted crown and £130,000 in prize money. Host Ray Stubbs is accompanied by Steve Davis and John Parrott for expert analysis. Commentary comes from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor and John Virgo.
Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
6/6; series four. Nine and a Half Months. Steve receives a visitor as he awaits the birth of his child.
Writer Steven Moffat ; Director Martin Dennis
New series Series four. North by North Quahog Peter and Lois decide to go on a second honeymoon to spice up their marriage.
11.55 Fast Times at Buddy Cianci Jnr High. When
Chris's teacher wins the lottery, he immediately falls in love with the replacement teacher. More episodes on Tuesday at 11pm on BBC3.
First shown on BBC3
Rishi Persad introduces action from the fifth one-day international of the Tri-Nations Series as Australia take on New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Energetic comedy road movie starring
Malik Yoba. Inner-city youngsters seeking stardom embark on a coach trip from Harlem to Miami to make a rap video. It should be the ride of their lives, but might just be a disaster. Review page 46.
Director Millicent Shelton (1998, 15)