Continued from BBC1. With presenters Darren Jordon and Sophie Raworth.
Timetable on Wednesday BBCI
Andy Pandy A bell causes trouble and Teddy tries to do a painting of his house.
9.10 The Story Makers Jelly would love to have some beautiful jewels.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford, Cleo and T-Bone learn about taking care of a pet and T-Bone finds that what he wears is not important.
9.55 Teletubbies Double bill. Today the Tubbies see a family that lives together on a boat and look at dragonflies. BBC TELETUBBIES MAGAZINE: Â£1.35. BBC VIDEO: Teletubbies 2, Â£12.99
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 Tweenies Double bill. Judy gets more than she bargained for when she visits the seaside to see the boats, while Jake plays in the water and imagines a flood.
BBC TWEENIES MAGAZINE: price Â£1.40. New issue on sale today
11.30 Postman Pat Pat thought his birthday was a well kept secret until beginning his round.
Nick and Jodie are brought closer together.
Business updates. CEEFAX: page
Gavin Stamp traces the rise of the Great Western railway, and Kirsty Wark looks at the building of Paddington Station.
Western. Texas 1886: though raised by the Apache, cavalry scout Ed Bannon has a deep distrust of them, especially on the return of the chief's hot-headed son. Review page 63.
Director Charles Marquis Warren (1353, U)
Professionals reveal more of the tricks oftheir trade. Today, carpenters offer some useful tips.
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France is today's destination for the makeover team. They set to work on a remote village property on behalf of a British
Culinary challenge series with Ainsley Harriott.
Elimination quiz, hosted by Anne Robinson.
Trash of the Titans. Homer decides to run for office after a bust-up with the rubbish collectors. With the guest voices of U2 and Steve Martin.
Granny Gets Busy. Philip is upset when his widowed mother gets a new man in her life.
The Dark Age. Giles is thrown into despair when his old friend, Philip Henry , is murdered on the library steps. Buffy, puzzled by his evasiveness, investigates.
Rptd tomorrow 11.35pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult/buffy
Sutton Hoo - the Forgotten Treasure. In 1939 one of the greatest archaeological discoveries in Britain was made at Sutton Hoo in Suffolk. Magnificent royal Saxon treasure found buried in a ship was painstakingly unearthed, but few know the truth behind its discovery. Homeground tells a tale of ghostly warriors and a dig that rewrote history. Producer Clive Dunn First shown on BBC East
Two teams of motor enthusiasts compete to transform a normal car into an extraordinary machine.
Rally Transit. Tonight's teams have to turn Ford Transit vans into rally vehicles and race them at Silverstone. So will the eight-litre Cadillac guzzler outdo the Rover V8 engine in this battle for the finishing line? Presented by Trevor Nelson , with designers Edd China and Ranen Rudra.
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Superhuman Speed. Jeremy Clarkson discovers how the top speed achieved by man and machine rose from lOOmph to 25,000 mph in little more than a century. Along the way he sets a new personal best of 215mph on Utah's salt fiats, and meets a childhood idol.
Series producer Bill Grist
First in a three-part series following investigations by Scotland Yard's specialist Paedophile Unit. This week a routine search of a suspected paedophile's home leads to the discovery of the most extensive collection of child pornography ever seized in Britain. This is the start of Operation Doorknock, which results in the uncovering of a paedophile ring which has been operating for many years. This programme contains disturbing images.
Producer Ben Rumney
Series producer Bob Long
With Jeremy Vine.
In July 1950 Brazil failed to become World Cup champions when they lost to Uruguay in front of a crowd of 175,000 in Rio. But it was the dawn of a golden age for Brazilian football, illuminated by such players as Pele and Garrincha. But while one was to become perhaps the world's greatest footballer, the other died in obscurity, aged just 49.
Director Jean-Christoph Rose
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Final Frontier 25007 1.00 The Next Big Thing 7149668 1.35 Background Brief The Science of Foot and Mouth 9006303 1.50 What Have the 1980s EverDone forlls? 3971151 2.00 The Cretaceous Greenhouse ASurfeit of Carton 28858 2.30 Open Advice Staying on Course
34465 3.00 The Challenge -to Build the Fastest Round-the-World Yacht
Curriculum Development 3.30 Literacy: the Write Way 2 Secondary - improving students' writing skills.
Languages 4.00 Japanese Language and People (parts 9-10) Working In Travel and Tourism 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 Shooting Video History 7849484 6.50 Ever Wondered?