Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Bouncer gets ready to move.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
The kids get a new social worker.
Victor travels through time.
Followed by Bernard
Timmy is desperate to be cast in the school play.
Rare film footage from the 1930s. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 2.15am on BBC1
Chris Beardshaw visits Norfolk to help a couple with their windswept beach garden.
Jonathan looks ahead to the blockbusters of 2007. Shown last Monday on BBC1
Behind the scenes of the big screen biopic of Jane Austen, starring Anne Hathaway. The film of Jane Austen 's Emma can be seen at 7.35pm
Mr Monk Gets Jury Duty. Monk is surprised to find a corpse outside a jury room window.
Comedy drama starring
Jim Carrey. In 1951, following a car crash, a writer is mistaken for a war hero who was presumed to have been killed in the Second World War. Review paqe 49. Director Frank Darabont (2001, PG)
1/13; series two. Cold Comfort. It's winter and Shakespeare hasn't been found, so he is presumed dead. Meanwhile, Youssarian hopes to become the dominant male of the Lazuli clan.
5.45 2/13. The Three Amigos. Flower's pups go on their first foraging trip and are caught out in the open by another group of war-dancing meerkats.
Shown last Sunday
Performances by the Proclaimers, Thin Lizzy , the Style Council, Beverley Knight , Rachel Sweet and Dolly Parton with Kenny Rogers. Plus the latest video from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, a live performance by Good Charlotte, and new music from Lemar and Jerry Lee Lewis with Bruce Springsteen. Executive producer Mark Hagen
Swamp Cats. A look at the swamp cats of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, seen from the perspective of a lion cub as it tries to cope with the ravages of the annual flood and help the pride to hunt buffalo around the crocodile-infested marshland.
Producers Tania Jenkins and Mike Holding; Series editor
Tim Martin www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Light-hearted period romantic drama based on the novel by Jane Austen , starring Gwyneth Paltrow. In a corner of early-19th-century England, young
Emma Woodhouse spends so much time meddling in the affairs of others that she fails to recognise her own longings. Review page 49.
Director Douglas McGrath (1996, U) Barry Norman on Toni Collette : page 39; And Don't
Miss...: page 47; FREE Jane Austen audio CD offer page 19
The fourth opera in Richard Wagner 's epic four-part musical drama Der Ring des Nibelungen from the Royal Opera House in London. Siegfried has given the all-powerful ring to the warrior maiden
Briinnhilde as a token of his love. However, he is then bewitched by Gunther and Gutrune, sibling leaders of the Gibichung tribe, into a scheme to pair him off with Gutrune and leave the path clear for Gunther to seduce Brunnhilde. Meanwhile, the day draws close when Wotan will set fire to the halls of Valhalla and bring about the "twilight of the gods". Antonio Pappano conducts the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Presented by Michael Portillo.
Director Jonathan Haswell ; Executive producer
Oliver MacFarlane (HD)
Gruesome horror starring
John Nolan and Carolyn Courage. An ancient witch's curse is reactivated when members of the hexed family use the story for a horror film. Review page 49.
Director Norman J Warren (1979, 18)