Milton sees a monster.
Then Tweenies Songtime
A ride in the Ninky Nonk. (R) (S)
Children face unique challenges.
Digital viewers press red to see short films on children doing something different
Two soldier ghosts appear.
Corneil stays with Bernie.
Elephants are turned into sugar lumps.
How, millions of years in the future, continental drift will merge Australia, North America and Asia into one land mass.
Classic drama starring James toon as escaped prisoner
Johnny McQueen , the idealist leader of "the organisation".
During a hold-up to obtain funds he is shot. badly wounded and left in the street by a fellow gang member. From then on, he is hunted without mercy. Review page 42. Director Carol Reed (1946, PG)
(BWXS) The British film season continues with Hell Drivers at 11.50pm
With Adam Shaw and Nik Wood. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
A couple look for a family home in Murcia.
A Leamington Spa couple move to Cornwall. (Revised rpt)
The team search for valuables in Telford, where Paul Martin tries some hedge laying.
With animal experts Mark O'Shea and Chris Packham.
8/10. Kate Humble listens to whale song, Ben Fogle tries to save a stranded sea lion and a disease threatens the entire wild population of sea otters. (5)
2/6; series two. Si and Dave Do Vietnam 2/2. The Emperor's Palace in Hue is the venue for paddy-field pork, spring rolls and sticky rice in a monsoon. Producers John Stroud and Vikram Jayanti
2/5. Oz Clarke and James May are in the south, on the road to Provence, and Oz is beginning to despair at ever making a wine buff of James.
Executive producer Nick Shearman
3/4. Evan Davis revisits entrepreneurs from the previous two series, including Christian Lane who came up with a way to stop documents becoming creased. The final episode is tomorrow at 8pm.
Producer Mark Helsby ; Exec producer Dominic Bird
3/23. Claire attempts to maintain a normal life after a date takes a tragic turn, while Hiro convinces his friend they must go to America to save the world. The next episode follows on BBC3 at 10pm.
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm and again next Sunday, and there's a fan's forum show on BBC7 at 6.30pm on Saturday
First shown on Sci-Fi (HD)
Moment of the Week: page 49
Programme guide at [web address removed] ; Top sci-fi show cliches at [web address removed]
2/23. Growing Pains. Hayden Panettierre explains how her character Claire Bennet can walk through fire.
Series producer Adam Page; Executive producer Mark Cossey
New series 1/4. Highlights of the Bafta-nominated BBC3 series - which starts a second series on BBC2 soon.
Director Nic Phillips ; Producers Nic Phillips , Jon Plowman and Gary Reich
With Jeremy Paxman. (5)
Followed by Weather (5)
3/6; series two. Admiral's Daughter. The Space
Admiral's daughter runs away to avoid university.
Shown last Thursday
The first of a double bill of films in the British Films season is this thriller starring Stanley Baker. Released from prison and seeking anonymity, Tom takes a job with a firm of haulage contractors who stretch both drivers and regulations to the limit. Review page 42. Director C Raker Endfield (1957, PG) (BW)
Low-key British crime drama starring Terence Longden. A bus moving prisoners between jails is hijacked by a gang trying to free their leader. Review page 42.
Director Montgomery Tully (1963) The British films season continues tomorrow at 12.05am with Following