3.45 Gadget Boy
Spydra decides to steal the plans to Leonardo da Vinci's perpetual motion machine. (R) (S)
4.10 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza is given some advice. (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)
Reptar seeks revenge. (R) (S)
5.00 Blue Peter
Today, music from Sugababes and a took back at some scary rollercoaster rides the team have faced over the past year.
Repeated tomorrow at 7.45am on BBC2 (S) (W)
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Thrills and Spills. This week, a report on how technology could bring the perfect surfing wave to Britain. Plus, the 3-D gaming techniques that bring live action sport to laptops. Presented by Philippa Forrester and Peter Snow. Producer Helen Glanville ; Editor Saul Nasse
Repeated next Wednesday with sign language (S) (W) FURTHER INFORMATION: Ceefax page 623; Website: www.bbc.co.uk/tw
In a special Watchdog investigation that spans the globe, Quentin Willson reveals some of the biggest car frauds and exposes the international criminals behind them.
They include the way tens of thousands of stolen
Japanese cars have been secretly imported into the UK and sold as legitimate vehicles.
Director Rachel Pendered ; Executive producer Mark Killick (S) (W) Website: www.bbc.co.uk/watchdog
An episode from the police drama first shown in July last year. Above the Law. The detectives investigate the murder of ajudge, leading them into a web of political intrigue.
Written by Matthew Hall
Producer Andrew Rowley ; Director Paul Marcus (R) (S) (W)
Det Supt Andy Dalziel:
DetInsp Peter Pascoe:
Det Sgt Edgar Wield:
WDC Shirley Novello:
ACC Rebecca Fenning:
This week, Michael Buerk reports on the bid to stop a seaman bleeding to death after a rope had cut through both his legs, and on the two boys swept out to sea in a canoe. Plus a look at saving lives using infrared technology. Series producer Sara Feilden ; Executive Producer Dick Colthurst (s) (w) WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/health/
First in a two-part drama starring Rob Lowe and Kristin Davis. In a bid to save money, a nuclear bomb is transported concealed on a freight train. Loaded with flammable chemicals, the train suffers a brake failure and becomes a runaway heading for Denver. Concludes tomorrow at 11.15pm. (S)
Followed by Weatherview iw)
Recent programmes shown again with sign language. Ends 3.25am.
Tomorrow's World Featuring a new database which matches footprints to criminals. Shown last Wednesday (S)(W)
1.10 Summer Holiday Ideas for summer breaks. (R) (S) (W)
1.40 Child of Our Time Second of Professor Winston'sthree-part glimpse into the lives of 25 babies. Shown 4 July (S) (W)
2.40 See Hear Shown on Saturday at 10.40am on BBC2
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