Max has a headache, so Fizz asks everyone to play quietly. (R) (S) (W)
Website: [website removed]
3.45 Gadget Boy
Spydra goes back in time to ask Frankenstein author Mary Shelley about monsters.
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Animated adventures. Eliza looks back at the moment she acquired the ability to talk to animals. (R) (S)
4.30 L&K Castaway
An update on this week's teams competing to earn points by completing various challenges on a Scottish island.
Presented by Tammy Huff and Toby Waterman. (S) (W)
Spike gets the blame after Fluffy breaks some crockery.
5.00 Blue Peter
Atomic Kitten are in the studio performing their new single Eternal Flame. Plus ideas on how to customise jeans and the concluding part of a report following Konnie Huq's mission to release a turtle back into the wild.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.35am on BBC2 (S) (W)
Website: [website removed]
This week's edition features a new database which matches footprints to criminals. Plus a chance to meet Hollywood's latest computer-generated superstar. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Peter Snow. Producer Andra Heritage ; Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated next Wednesday with sign language (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 623: Website: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
Is it possible to beat the type of traffic jams often found on the motorway network during bank holidays?
Nick Ross and his team test different ways of keeping on the move and reveal the science oftrafficjams.
Director/Producer David Hutt (R) (S) (W)
Tonight, 14-year-old Azim [text removed] finally gets the liver and kidney transplant he desperately needs, six-year-old Tasha Light faces major surgery for a painful hip condition, and doctors come to the rescue of 15-year-old Ben [text removed] who accidentally swallows a drawing pin.
Producer Sian Vasey : Executive producer Edward Mirzoeff (S)
Tonight's programme features the road rage attack in Plymouth that ended in murder and a £3 million mobile phone robbery, plus the person being hailed as Britain's bravest policeman. With Nick Ross and Fiona Bruce. Call free on [number removed] or e-mail: email@example.com
Director Stuart McDonald
Series producer Katie Thomson
Crimewatch UK Update is at 10.35pm (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 621; Minicom number [number removed]
Followed by National Lottery Draws Update
Michael Buerk reports on the shipwrecked yashtsman who was stranded on a desert island and the lifeguard who paid a high price to rescue a child. Plus, there's real-life footage of rescues from last year's floods in Mozambique, and Dr Catharine Hood asks another audience how they would react in an emergency.
Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive producer Dick Cotthurst (S) (W) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/
Oscar-winning drama starring Jack Lemmon. A businessman heads for a nervous breakdown. Review page 54.
Director John GAvildsen (1973) (S)
Myra Laurie Heineman Fred Mirrell Norman Burton
Followed by Weatherview (w)
- Harry Stoner:
Recent programmes shown again with sign language. Ends 3.55am
Tomorrow's World Featuring an inflatable house that can inflate in seconds. Shown last Wednesday (S) (W)
1.40 Summer Holiday Ideas for summer breaks. (R) (S) (W)
2.10 Child of Our Time First of Professor Winston's three-part glimpse into the lives of 25 babies. Shown 27 June (S) (W)
3.10 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 10.40am on BBC2
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