Then Doodle Do Making Moments
Small loses Ben's marbie.
The skunk flies over a wall on a kite.
8.15 The student cheats.
New series Science-based game show in which two teams compete in a series of experiments. Richard hosts Total Wipeout, 6.10pm, BBC1
15 Reasons to Stay In: page 31
Followed by Bernard
New series Youngsters compete to become a new superhero.
New series. Toys and gadgets on offer.
The team revisits Jim'll Fix It With voiceover. Another edition is on Wednesday at 1pm
A sea lion is born by the lake. (Revised repeat)
Epic historical drama starring Richard Burton. Alexander is brought up to believe that he is destined for greatness. But his powerful father becomes a major obstacle for the young prince, who wants to conquer the world. Review page 52. Director Robert Rossen (1956, U)
Second World War drama starring Richard Burton.
Two officers leading a mission come into fatal conflict. One is guilty of cowardice, the other is having an affair with his cohort's wife. Review page 52.
Director Nicholas Ray (1957)
Neil Oliver climbs the imposing Old Man of Hoy in Orkney and Miranda Krestovnikoff looks for an elusive octopus.
Live coverage and highlights from day one of the BDO World championships, held at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green.
Digital viewers can access full, live coverage of the afternoon and evening sessions from 1pm until end of play
The Desperate Drive of Corporal Jones
Captain Mainwaring camps the platoon in the middle of a firing range, forcing Corporal Jones to make a desperate effort to raise the alarm.
Writers David Croft and Jimmy Perry
New series 1/5. The Last of the Free: AD 84-943 Neil Oliver explores more than 2,000 years of Scottish history, casting a fresh and fascinating perspective on the country's past. He begins by looking at identity, starting in the first century AD, when the tribes of a place the Romans called Caledonia confronted the legions of the Empire. Director/Producer Andrew Thompson
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Monday at 8pm
First shown on BBC Scotland FREE BOOKLET: from the Open University on Scottish history, with an audiowalk linked to tonight's programme.
Visit www.bbc.co.uk/scottishhistory or call [number removed]BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£3.60
Michael Palin searches for the crew of the Al Shama, with whom he shared an emotional voyage across the Arabian Sea in his globetrotting travelogue series, Around the World in 80 Days. Twenty years on from that perilous crossing, he begins his quest in Dubai before heading to Mumbai and on to Mandvi in the Gujarat province, where he has heard that some of his old colleagues now live. Director Roger Mills Shown last Tuesday on BBC1
Signed on BBC1 LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: first issue on sale now, Â£3.50
1/2. Emboldened by the success of their two previous nautical trips, Griff Rhys Jones, Dara O'Briain and Rory McGrath hatch a plan to sail along the Cornish coast, then on to the Scilly Isles in time for Europe's most spectacular bird migration. But with Rory in charge of vessel procurement, things don't get off to the best of starts. Episode two is on Monday at 9pm.
Shown on New Year's Day
Rock 'n' roll's remit has always included riling the establishment and shocking older generations.
Here, industry insiders including Adam Faith, Boy George and Chuck D tell tales of hedonism and debauchery spanning five decades and crossing genres from psychedelia to punk and gangsta rap. Director/Producer Marina Warsama
Highlights from the opening day of the BDO World championships. <s)
Second World War romantic drama starring Ondrej Vetchy, Krystof Hadek and Tara FitzGerald. Two Czech pilots fall for the same Englishwoman. In Czech, English and German with subtitles. Review p52. Director Jan Sverak (2001, 12)