(Repeated at 8.50am) (Repeat)
A little boy makes some drinking chocolate.
(Shown yesterday at 10am)
Animated triple bill with the young cat and mouse.
(Shown yesterday at 5.10pm on BBC1)
More animated castaway stories.
The animated tree man.
(Repeated at 1pm) (Repeat)
(Shown at 7am)
(Note: repeats are not indicated)
9.00 The Geography Programme Shorts: Brazil 2000 - Contrasting Regions
9.10 Working It Out...: Sorted: Projections
9.30 Clementine: SOS la Terre
9.45 Numbertime: 1-10: Number Ten
A little girl rides in a trap drawn by her pony.
(Repeated tomorrow at 7.05am) (Repeat)
10.30 Watch: Festivals and Celebrations
10.45 Teaching Today: Primary Science
11.15 Megamaths: Big Numbers
(ages 7-9) (Subtitled)
11.35 Watch: Music - the Song Catcher: Land of the Monsters
11.50 History File: First World War: Making Peace
12.10 Higher English: Taking Stock of Talk
Music series for four- to six-year-olds. The Song Catcher visits the Land of the Monsters. Show more
Business and consumer news.......
Animated arboreal antics.
(Shown at 8.40am)
The Birmingham terrace makeover continues.
Then at 1.40 The Arts and Crafts Show
Today: a look at DIY pottery, plus Frank Clarke paints a still life
A look back at Aston Villa v Chelsea from September 1966.
The news and views of the day from in and around Parliament.
A visit to a walled herb garden and advice on tomato care.
People who have had organ transplants talk about the effects the operations have had on their lives.
Highlights from the penultimate day's play in the Second Test between England and Australia in Perth.
Ashley is becoming more and more irritated by the way that her family are treating her.
Lee becomes a fashion victim because of his mother. Kurt feels the whole world is against him, and the result is violent and alarming.
Jamie Theakston flies to New York to talk to Mariah Carey, who has released an album of her hit singles entitled The Ones.
Jayne Middlemiss spends the weekend in Rome with Irish teen sensations B*Witched, and boy band Boyzone talk about their new Christmas single.
(Repeated next Sunday)
The magazine programme on issues that affect disabled people includes a profile of officially registered blind journalist Sue Arnold, who writes for The Observer. She chats about her successful writing career and her campaign on cannabis to a blind aspiring journalist.
Kim Tserkezie reports on a divide in medical opinion about whether a disabled person's diet can affect their condition.
Jeremy Paxman presides over a first-round meeting, as Downing College, Cambridge, takes on Glasgow University for a place in the second round.
Delia Smith continues her demonstrations of the basics of good cooking, this week focusing on the potato.
She prepares creamy mash and crunchy-skinned jacket potatoes with various fillings. Plus roast potatoes with saffron, warm new potatoes in a roque fort salad and two types of gnocchi, the classic Italian potato dish.
See today's choices.
Real potatoes: page 41
Continuing the series that demotes bosses to the shop floor.
Director general of the RSPCA Peter Davies leaves his smart Georgian headquarters for the front line when he goes to work as an RSPCA inspector in Leeds, where he has to remove flea-ridden pets from scenes of neglect.
See today's choices.
Jamie and Lizzie have three gay parents - two lesbian mothers and a gay father - while Molly was conceived with sperm from an anonymous donor and has two mothers but will never know her father. This film reveals the great lengths that some gay couples have to go to in order to have children and asks how easy it is to be brought up in families such as these.
See today's choices.
A nostalgic glance back at some of Britain's best-loved brands.
A look at the evolution of the cigarette packet and its development into an art form that speaks volumes about the social status of the smoker.
News analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The results of the first BBC Asia Awards, which were set up to recognise the contribution made by the Asian community in Britain, are revealed at a gala evening at the NEC in Birmingham. The categories include outstanding achievements in sport, music, enterprise, film, journalism and the media. Presented by Martin Bashir and Lisa Aziz.
Followed by Weatherview
Steve Richards looks at today's events in Parliament.
(Repeats are not indicated)
12.30 Lost Worlds
1.00 Healthy Futures: Whose Views Count?
1.30 Talking Buildings
4.00 Italianissimo 17-20
Business and Training
5.00 Career Moves
Open for Business
5.45 Changing Values: What's Company Worth?
6.15 A New Way of Life
6.45-7.00am The Business of the Environment