Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Mr Mopple discovers a crocodile in the shed.
Who will become the Guardian?
Fun-packed magazine with Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien.
New Series 1/15. Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton welcome celebrity guests, watch classic TV clips and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
Action from the Hong Kong Sevens, where Fiji and New Zealand are the competition favourites.
Producer Matthew Griffiths
Highlights of the World Track
Cycling championships at Palma Arena in Majorca, Spain, where the likes of Victoria Pendleton , Anna Blyth and Chris Hoy are aiming to claim medals for Great Britain. More coverage at 4 30pm producer Stuart Hutchison
Action from the eighth day ot the world championships in Melbourne, where events include the men's 200m butterfly and the 10m synchronised dive.
Five Live Sports Extra has digital radio coverage from 10am
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Melbourne 10.00am-12 noon or via www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Widnes Vikings v Wign Warriors Live coverage of this fourth-round tie in the Challenge Cup from
Halton Stadium (kick-off 2.30). Local rivalry will be fierce as Northern League One Widness try to prove a point against their Super League opponents. Clare Balding presents. Radio coverage in Five Live Sport from 1pm
Coverage of the World Track Cycling championships from Majorca, where England's Commonwealth champion Victoria Pendleton goes for gold in the women's
500m time trial.
Five Big Cats and a Camera. Following Africa's five biggest cat families, including the cheetah and lion. Narrated by David Attenborough. A new series of Natural World starts on Wednesday at 9pm.
Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman
An underwater exploration of the Channel Islands' diverse marine life.
Producer Joe Stevens : Executive producer Vyv Simson
Regional Variations (2)
Mozart is allowed to return to the family, but there serious consequences ensue when the Whiskers battle with the Commandos. Show more
Youssarian abandons his babysitting duties and leaves Flower's pups alone to face a terrifying rain storm. Show more
Highlights from the most recent series, including reviews, celebrity test drives and wacky features.
Series producer Pat Doyle ; Exec producer Andy Willman
The documentary-maker spends three weeks with the controversial Phelps family, who make up most of the 71-strong congregation of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas. They are famous in the States for their protests against America's liberal attitude towards homosexuality, blaming it for 9/11 and the death of US troops in Iraq. Theroux also meets Steve Drain, the last documentary-maker to film the Phelps family. He was so touched by their extreme message that he is now a member of the church and the Pastor's right-hand man.
(Repeated on Wednesday at 11.20pm)
Highlights of this afternoon's Premiership clash between Tottenham Hotspur and Reading at White Hart Lane. Plus, all the goals from yesterday's matches. Presented by Adrian Chiles.
Producer Ian Finch ; Editor Mark Demuth
Regional Variations (2)
Graham Norton presents a show focusing on the odder aspects of celebrity culture. His guests are David Tennant and Jo Brand. Plus, music from The Proclaimers. Show more
6/6. The dragons are presented with plans for a fiendishly difficult puzzle and a unique power saving plug. Plus, Evan Davis catches up with some of the show's more memorable entrepreneurs.
Series producer Dominic Bird; Exec producer Helen Bullough
First shown on 21st March
Sibling Rivalry. Peter has a vasectomy and loses interest in Lois, while Stewie battles
Bertram for control of the playground.
12.50 Deep Throats. Meg becomes Mayor West's intern and Peter and Lois turn to drugs.
First shown on BBC3 A series four episode can be seen on Tuesday at 11pm on BBC3
Comedy starring rapper Master P and AJ Johnson. Black and Blue are struggling LA street hustlers whose fortunes improve when they receive a shipment of mobiles.
However, the phones soon attract the attentions of the FBI and an angry local gangster. Review page 70. Director Michael Martin (1998,18)