Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A new girl arrives at the Dumping Ground.
Celebrity visitor challenge.
Roxy and Tracy have a showdown.
Thrill-seekers steal famous monuments.
Timmy loans Tootsie his fairies.
Including a report on the impact of binge drinking on Britain's young deaf community. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 2.05am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
A trip along the UK's shoreline. (Revised rpt)
The tigers need inoculations and they won't take them lying down.
Series producer Chris Powell ; Exec producer Annette Clarke
Historical adventure starring Richard Egan and Ralph Richardson. In 480 BC, Greece is under threat from the army of the Emperor of Persia. Many leaders of the Greek states want to surrender, but the Spartans, decide to defend their country. Review page 45.
Director Rudolph Mate (1962, PG)
3/13; series two. Young Blood. A new family enters Whiskers territory.
4.10 4/13. Iron Lady. Flower moves the Whiskers' burrow.
Shown last Sunday
Including archive footage of Elton John. Plus new music from the Kaiser Chiefs and the Arctic
Monkeys. Last in series. Look out in May for JOTPZ's celebration of all things Eurovision
Ospreys v Cardiff Blues
Coverage of today's second semi-final in the Anglo-Welsh Cup between the Ospreys and the Cardiff Blues from the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (kick-off 5.15). The Blues will be on familiar territory - they usually play home games at the Arms Park, next to the Millennium Stadium, and have used the ground for European games. Home advantage proved decisive when the sides met in the league this season, with the Blues winning 30-24 in Cardiff and Ospreys prevailing 18-16 in Swansea. Presented by John Inverdale.
Commentary from Nick Mullins and Jonathan Davies. Executive producer Paul Davies ; Editor Carl Hicks
8/11. The smorgasbord of the arts returns with a typically diverse menu, which includes
Rowan Atkinson discussing his new film Mr Bean 's Holiday, Canadian rock band Arcade Fire playing from their new album, Neon Bible, and violinist Maxim Vengerov giving a special performance. Plus there's a look behind the scenes at the Glasgow Comedy Festival. Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Exec producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 2.50am BST
Freediver Tanya Streeter visits the Galapagos Islands to find out how the practice of diving has evolved, and to study the swimming skills of various animals.
Series producer Wendy Darke
Jeremy Clarkson explores the story of Operation
Chariot, the daring commando raid on the dry dock of St Nazaire in the Second World War, dubbed the original "mission impossible". The Making of Jeremy Clarkson : Greatest Raid of All Time - Monday 7.30pm. Director Richard Pearson ; Producer Andy Wilman
Shown last Sunday
Bittersweet romantic drama starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp.
The pious inhabitants of a French village are angered when Vianne Rocher arrives and opens a chocolate shop - during Lent. But Vianne and her confectionery have an attraction that is hard to resist.
Review page 45.
(2000,12) Film Trivia: page 55
Comte de Reynaud:
Poignant romantic thriller starring
Cate Blanchett. Philippa , a British teacher living in Italy, seeks revenge when her husband is killed by a drug overdose. After being arrested when an attempt to kill the drug dealer goes wrong, Philippa finds an unlikely ally in the policeman acting as her interpreter. In
English and Italian with subtitles. Review page 45.
Director Tom Tykwer (2002, 15) This week's premieres: page 41
Melanie C , Bonnie Tyler , Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Adam Buxton. Repeated from 7 March
3/4; series one. Will Self,
Bob Geldof and Rick Stein on the daily grind.