Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Then Tweenies Safety Shorts
An audience awaits.
Followed by Thumb Wrestling Federation: TWF
Game show double bill.
Followed by The Owl
The gang run into a vampire.
Falcon Beach 8/13; series two. Jason steals a boat for Sinclair, while Danny finally gets together with Kelsey.
12.45 9/13. A talent show party gets out of hand.
1.30 The Surgery Jeff Leach hosts a debate on cheating.
1.50 Sound Music show.
Rptd tomorrow. 7pm. BBC3
Alfred Hitchcock 's classic romantic thriller starring
Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant. Willing to go to any lengths to prove her loyalty to the Americans, Alicia Huberman agrees to travel to South America and risk her life by becoming involved with a Nazi spy. Film of the Day: p45.
Mme Anna Sebastian:
Series five. Mr Monk Goes to a Rock Concert. Stottlemeyer gatecrashes a rock concert in search of his runaway son.
Repeated at 3.55am
The afternoon session in Sheffield sees the continuation of the best-of-25-frame second-round matches.
Live coverage, with a choice of tables, from 10am until the close of play
A Man of Action. When a bomb is dropped on the outskirts of Walmington-on-Sea, Captain Mainwaring wastes no time before declaring martial law.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
Fire officer Dale:
Day eight of the world championship in Sheffield sees the further whittling down of the field as the best-of-25-frame second-round matches decide who makes it through to the quarter-finals.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine. Commentary comes from Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , John Virgo , Willie Thorne , Terry Griffiths and Neal Foulds.
Producers Simon Birri , Graham Fry and Alison Witkover
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Sheffield, with - a choice of tables, from 10am until close of play
2/8. Extended version of yesterday's BBC1 edition with guest panellists Ed Byrne and Andrew Neil.
2/6; series two. The road leads to Scotland tonight where Johnny Vegas relives the Edinburgh Fringe show that put him on the map, while Jenny Eclair recalls the 12 years it took her to win the Perrier
Award. In Musselburgh, Rhona Cameron revisits the Guides hut where she sought solace and Doon MacKichan goes back to her old school in St Andrews where she was bullied for having an English accent. Also, Fred MacAulay recounts his time as an accountant for a chairlift company in Aviemore and Julian Doyle returns to Doune Castle where, as production manager for the Monty Python films, he created the medieval world of the Holy Grail.
Series producer Matt O'Casey The Inside Story: page 58
5/12. The candidates are challenged to introduce new ice-cream flavours to be sold in London.
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
8/8. The brave athletes face their final challenge in Papua New Guinea, where the only way to learn to race canoes in crocodile-infested waters is to sleep in crocodile-infested shelters.
Series producer Cameron Balbirnie ; Executive producer
Gary Hunter First shown on BBC3
Hazel Irvine presents highlights of this evening's second-round matches.
8/13. The Hobo Code. Peggy and Peter get intimate in the office and Don has a flashback to a time when a tramp came to his house looking for food. For cast see page 90 Shown last Tuesday
Slow-burning psychological drama starring Jennifer Taylor. A Texas housewife is plagued by dreams of a man wearing a crucifix. Nightmare and reality collide when she encounters him at a gas station. Review page 45.
Director Alex Graves (1995)