Thadius thinks his teddy can talk. (S)
Double bill. Arthur breaks his mother's computer, and Muffy cheats in a maths test. (R) (S)
7 50 Blue Peter
Plate-spinning and the launch of the Bikeathon campaign. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1 (S) (W)
Jones and Grog create holes in Captain Bilge's cheese, and then Poop makes a skipping rope.
Repeated at 1pm
8.25 Poddington Peas
Creep Pea and Black-eyed Pea dress as pirates, then two Peas don't know what to do when it gets dark.
8 35 Postman Pat
Animated fun with the trusty mailman.
More antics with the mischievous penguin.
Double bill. The pals watch children paddling in the sea, then Tinky Winky shows Po how to bounce.
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Boys and girls go on a camping trip.
Double bill. Jake finds out what "between" means, and Judy shows the others photos of Max by a stream.
Repeats are not indicated.
10 50 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Measure - Decorating 1110 English Express (ages 9-11) Language Knowledge - the Gruesome, the Sad and the Cuddly 4283831 11.30 English
Express (ages 9-11) Language
Knowledge - -Slowly, Sadly. Wildly IS) 5074218 11.50 ZigZag(ages 7-9) France - the Camargue
7274454 12.10 Focus (ages 9-11) Substance Misuse - It Makes Me Feel Good
Financial news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Shown at 8.15am
Western with Susan Hayward.
As the Basque people endure 3 difficult journey to California, tough trail guide struggles with his feelings for Gabrielle, the beautiful wife of their leader.
Widescreen. Review page 57. Director Russell Rouse (1959. U)
Susan Hayward stars in Smash-Up, the Story of a Woman - Friday at 1.10pm
More expert advice on sprucing up the home.
Zeinab Badawi presents the latest updates from Parliament. Contact details on Wednesday
(Digital: BBC London News)
Debating another topical issue. With Esther Rantzen.
Culinary challenge, hosted by Ainsley Harriott.
More barbed rejections on the ruthless quiz.
Marge decides to see a psychiatrist when she discovers that she's terrified of flying. (Subtitles)
Flesh and Blood (part 2). Concluding the two-part episode in which the crew joins forces with the Hirogen. Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6.20pm
More classic music performances culled from the Top of the Pops archive. With the voice of Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen More tomorrow at 7.05pm
Military. The job-swap series concludes with Territorial Army chef Sarah Morey exchanging her extended hours, demanding boss and difficult field conditions for the well-staffed kitchen enjoyed by navy chef Paul Conybeer.
Producer Victoria Fay ; Executive producer Hilary Rosen
Belfast chef Paul Rankin plans a vegetarian feast for
Jill Dorsett and her friends that includes a souffle made with spicy leeks and goats' cheese, a dish of stuffed vegetables, plus a bread-and-butter pudding with an Irish twist. Executive producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
Series producer Nichola Hegarty
April. The seasonal cookery series in which Rhodes cooks dishes whose ingredients are available fresh that month moves to April and includes roast leg of lamb and warm spider-crab linguine, rounded off with a chocolate pudding. Director Claire Popplewell ; Series producer Siobhan Mulholland Soft chocolate pudding: page 27
I Celebrity profiler Louis Theroux hears all about the life philosophies that drive Chris Eubank as he spends time at home, in the ring, and on a shopping trip for jodhpurs with the eccentric former world champion boxer. Director Alicia Kerr ; Executive producer David Mortimer
Repeated on Friday at 9pm on BBC Choice
The Real Robin Hood Spoof history series. David Oxley BA (Hons), played by comedian Marcus Brigstocke , travels to Nottingham in search of Robin Hood.
Director/Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor
Fourth in the new seven-part comedy-drama series. Terry struggles to accept his ex-wife's new boyfriend, but matters are made worse when he discovers the identity of his own girlfriend's new lover. Contains strong language.
Written by Nick Fisher ; Producers Sophie Clarke-Jervoise and Pete Thornton
Director David Evans
Last in the series about life around the Devon town of Hatherleigh. What is the reality behind the Government's advice for farmers to become more focused on the consumer?
Producer James Nutt
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Programme editor Libby Jukes
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Census 64110 1.00 Scotland in the Enlightenment 739611.30 Modern Art Secondary Schools 2.00 AS Guru English 1 Languages 4.00 Work Talk Germany Skillswise 5.00 Workplace Skills
Open University 6.00 Mexico City: Whose City?
6.30 African Renaissance - government initiatives.