Laa-Laa's ball gets stuck up a tree.
Mr Tumble faces the weather.
Robber Hood and Hugo A Go Go cause chaos.
Muffins make trouble.
More morning mayhem, including cartoon fun with Arthur, Jakers!, Trollz and Legend of the Dragon. Barney Harwood, Kirsten O'Brien and Neville the Bear host.
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6/10. The first strawberries of summer appear as June draws to a close. Simon Mayo presents. Producer Jon Woods ; Executive producer James Hunt
nTaut western starring
Randolph Scott and featuring
James Coburn in his movie debut. When a bounty hunter seeks to bring a killer to justice, he meets two outlaws who have their own reason for hunting the wanted man. Review page 46. Director Budd Boetticher
(1959, U) IS)
Presented by Suzi Perry and Clare Balding.
12.15 MotoGP Action from the British motorcycle grand prix at Donington Park. Valentino Rossi has won five times in the past six years, but this season the Italian has finally faced some competition. The likes of Nicky Hayden and Loris Capirossi will be keen to prevent Rossi gaining momentum in the race for the title. Commentary is by Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
Digital viewers can access extended interactive coverage until 2.30pm
2.00 Showjumping Equine elegance at the Hickstead Derby with the cream of British talent and competitors from overseas riding the "world's toughest course". Commentary by Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
There's also racing from the Irish Derby at the Curragh. It went to a French horse last year; odds-on favourite Hurricane
Run beating Scorpion to the line. Producer John Graham : Editor Michael Cole www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Si and Dave Do Portugal. Two unlikely lads seek culinary revelations and cultural adventure on the Iberian peninsula. Bikers Si and Dave "tickle" trout, listen to Fado music and unearth one of the last producers of "vinos mortes" - "wine of the dead".
Director/Producers Vikram Jayanti and John Stroud
Joe Swift and Carol Klein visit the world's biggest annual flower show, which opens on Tuesday in the grounds of Hampton Court Palace. Spectacular show gardens abound as designers go for gold. Wesley Kerr discovers the appeal of one of our favourite perennials, lavender. Find out who walks away with the top honours on Thursday at 9pm.
Producer Ginny Henderson ; Series producer Gary Broadhurst 21 Alan Titchmarsh solves your problems: page 26
Catch it while you can: chartbusting sounds and the UK number one. TOTP moves to Tuesday next week. Producer Sally Wood ; Executive producer Mark Cooper
Belly Full of Turkey. Lily and Marshall go home to
Marshall's family for Thanksgiving. The next helping of the comedy is tomorrow at 11pm on BBC3.
Shown last Monday on BBC3
Bill Oddie narrates a look at the life of adders in reptile hotspot the New Forest. Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke
4/4. The Land of My Mother. Francesco da Mosto visits the south of Italy and Sicily. In the mysterious South, Easter celebrations see the streets running red with celebrants' blood. In Sicily, there's beauty and art at Villa Bagheria and baroque decadence at Noto. Contains scenes viewers may find disturbing. Director Andrea Illescas ; Producer Jonty Claypole
2/6. A Fresh Lick. Jack and Victor get carried away while redecorating Isa's living room. Meanwhile, Bobby's video collection gives up a guilty secret.
Shown last Monday Next episode tomorrow 9pm
Heart-warming drama based on a true story, with Dennis Quaid. When his baseball career is curtailed by injury, pitcher Jim Morris becomes a teacher. Years later, after surgery, Jim finds he can pitch a ball faster than before - and once again dreams of playing in the major league. Review page 46.
Director John Lee Hancock (2002, U)
Brian Cox stars in Saltwater on Wednesday night on BBC1
This week's premieres: page 41
WorkSkills: Get Confident Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating Making the Best of Yourself 75406 3.00 The Tool Kit to
Communicating Talking with Others 64425 4.00 Confidence Zone Four programmes. 89222 5.00 Confidence Zone Double bill.