Neri ventures into deep waters.
Continues on Friday at 7am
7.25 The Charlie Brown and Snoopy
Show Woodstock builds a swing.
7.45 Get Your Own Back
Grown-ups risk gunging by vengeful children.
Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1
Bob the Builder
Scoop wants to enter Pilchard the cat in a dog show.
Repeated at 1pm
BBC Bob The Builder : Â£1.40. New issue on sale 20 May.
CD-Rom, for PC and Playstation, price Â£19.99;
Bob the Builder - Fix It Fun, on Game Boy Colour. Â£24.99
8.25 The Story Makers
Milton finds a monster.
8.40 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta and Vaz learn the importance of teamwork.
A lady tells a story about four friends, then Po goes visiting.
Rosie the Roundabout has a got a squeak.
The pals play clapping games, then Jake's blanket shrinks when it's washed.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Come Outside (ages 4-5)
Rsh 1279938 11.05 Numbertime (ages 6-7) 9690735 11.20
Words and Pictures Plus (ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling
11.35 Cats' Eyes (ages 5-7) The Earth and beyond: Sun and Water 9317629 11.50 Hands Up!
(ages5-7) This is the Bear and the ScaryNight -with sign language. 6146803 12.05 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Materials
12.20 Maths Challenge (ages
9-10) TV Workout Year 5 (part 10)
Bob the Builder
Shown at 8.15am
The penguin arranges to meet up with a friend.
Clowns of the Air. A look at the endearing puffin.
Live coverage from Goodwood. The Lupe Stakes at 2.30pm will provide a significant pointer to next month's Oaks. Plus a race at 2pm. Introduced by Clare Balding and Willie Carson , commentary by Jim McGrath ,
Jimmy Lindley and Ray Cochrane. More at 4pm.
With Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Nick Robinson. Editor Gareth Butler Contact details on Tuesday
(Digital: BBC London News)
Featuring the 4.15pm race.
Coverage continues tomorrow at 1.45pm
The against-the-clock culinary challenge.
The quiz with quips, hosted by Anne Robinson.
All Singing, All Dancing. The Simpsons recall their many musical moments from seasons past. With the guest voice of the late George Harrison.
Tom Robinson , TLC, Ozzy Osbourne , Morrissey, Secret
Affair, Donna Summer and Joe Fagin star in tonight's trawl through the pop vaults, and there's new solo music from Mavericks singer Raul Maio. Narrated by Steve Wright.
Producer Mark Hagen WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/totp Top of the Pops - Friday 7.30pm BBC1 BBC TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: £1.90
The Measure of a Man. Picard is ordered to send Data to be dismantled for research purposes.
Alvin Hall 's financial-advice show tonight focuses on a 20-year-old who spends a quarter of her salary on payday and is reduced to living on dried pasta as the month goes on. It seems shopping is an antidote to her heavy drinking, but why is she so miserable? Can the emotional wounds be healed before she spends herself into real trouble?
Series producer Robert McKenzie ; Editor Daisy Goodwin PARTICIPATION: to apply to appear on the show. write to [address removed]WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/yourmoney: Ceefax: page
Tonight's live visit to the world-famous show focuses on the very latest trends and innovations in garden design and plants. Also, Chris Beardshaw meets a Japanese gardening presenter designing for Chelsea for the first time. With Alan Titchmarsh and Diarmuid Gavin. BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
Tyranny. In the last of the series, the prison regime is over. Twelve prisoners and guards get together and agree to set up a free and just society - but after only a few hours, four of the new grouping launch a bid for power.
Producer Gary Hunter : Series producer Gaby Koppel
Second in the bittersweet six-part examination of married life written by Caroline Aherne and Peter Herbert. Joe becomes obsessed by death. Contains strong language.
Producers Caroline Aheme. Peter Herbert Director Caroline Aheme
With Jeremy Paxman.
Ted Francis risked his liberty to bring down Jeffrey Archer. Thirteen years previously he had told a lie to help his friend, not knowing he was giving Archer a potential alibi that could have protected him in a libel case. In her series about life-changing experiences, Rosie Boycott talks to the man who eventually spoke up against his friend.
Director Belinda Cherrington ; Producer Christine Morgan
Another recital from
JS Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Editor Gabrielle O'Neill
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Coming Home 64168 1.00 What's Right for Children? - pupils discuss their rights with their teacher. 60491 1.30 Bangkok - City Speaks
Secondary Schools 2.00 Special Needs - Go For It Relationships - helping youngsters with severe learning difficulties. Languages 4.00 Get By In Spanish (parti)
Working in Travel and Tourism 5.00 ... in Europe - English-speaking people who work in France and Germany. Open University 6.00 Hard Rock Cafe-branching out business-wise into South Africa. 64656 6.30 Population Transition in Italy - the decline in fertility.