Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer, and Blazin' Squad's Strider and Spike-e, are among the guests, plus Arthur, Dennis the Menace, Mona the Vampire and UBOS.
Hosted by Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Rochelle Wiseman.
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Nadia Sawalha trawls the BBC
TV archives for laughs and tears on a trip down Memory Lane.
Series producer Sue Watson
The landscapes and inspirational gardens of Britain.
Glossy medieval adventure with Robert Taylor and Ava Gardner. Arthur of Pendragon, aided by gallant Sir Lancelot, defeats his rivals and is crowned king. But Arthur's enemies try to exploit Lancelot's secret love for Queen Guinevere to destroy the king. Review page 49.
Director Richard Thorpe (1953, PG)
Monty has tips on pest control and other summer problems, while Joe shows the best ways to keep gardens watered.
Shown last Friday
For cast see page 41
***** Elegiac western from
Howard Hawks, starring
John Wayne , Robert Mitchum and James Caan. Gunfighter Cole Thornton joins forces with old friend and sheriff JP Harrah to rid the town of El Dorado of a cattle baron's hired guns. As
Thornton has a paralysed arm and Harrah a drink problem, they face a stern test of their resolve. Review page 49. (1967, PGMS)
1/3. Charlie Dimmock and Joe Swift preview the show, which opens on Tuesday. They meet designers hoping to win gold, and take a look at spectacular show gardens. Carol Klein digs into the world of a horticultural specialist and Wesley Kerr learns how the palace's stunning gardens are being renovated. See who wins prizes on Thursday at 9pm. Producer David Robertson ; Series producer Graham Cooper
Live action from the women's doubles and mixed doubles finals. Even as the tournament closes, history can still be made. In 2003, Martina Navratilova claimed the mixed doubles crown with Leander Paes , to equal Billie-Jean King's record of a total of 20 Wimbledon titles. Will Martina make a new record this year? Hosted by Sue Barker. See yesterday's choice. www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon INTERACTIVE: additional features are available to digital viewers via the red handset button
New series 1/3. Survival of the Fittest. Using tiny cameras to film drivers, this documentary reveals how we behave behind the wheel, and what we think of our fellow road users. Some can cope with tailgating, intimidation, congestion, speed limits and delays, but others struggle - sometimes with fatal consequences. Narrated by John Hannah. Contains strong language. Director Paul Murton : Series producer Andrea Dixon
Highlights from the men's final day, with reaction to the main event as the 119th championships come to a close. Introduced by John Inverdale.
Repeated tomorrow at 10.30am
Kate Winslet and Melanie Lynskey star in a disturbing psychological drama, based on a real-life murder case, from the director of Lord of the Rings. In 1950s New Zealand, 14-year-olds Pauline and Juliet love fantasy and novel writing. Burgeoning sexuality and fertile imaginations lead them to create a magical kingdom. But when the adult world threatens to intrude, the girls conspire to commit a terrible act. Review page 49. (1994, 18) (W) Film Highlights: page 44; Trivia: page 47
WorkSkills in the Community Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Raising Funds Community groups learn how to raise their profile and income. 26365 3.00 Media
Relations Charity workers try to improve their media presentation skills. 78365 4.00 Enterprising Ideas A visually impaired cricket team stage a fundraising event. 94891 5.00 What You Need to Know A health and safety guide for volunteers.