An alien spaceship crashes into the lamppost.
7.10 Flint the Time Detective
Flint tries to stop Petra from capturing Eldora in 16th-century South America.
7.35 Super Duper Sumos
The trio come up against Bad Inc's Trojan Horse in a contest.
8.00 Blue Peter
The winner of the football competition is announced. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.25 Super Rupert
Rupert and Russ are prime suspects when things go missing.
It's Hubert's birthday, and Georgina and Gogol set about organising a party.
Binka Double bill. Binka wreaks havoc at the supermarket, then gets some exercise.
9.10 The Story Makers Milton, Jelly and Jackson devise hot and cold stories.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Charley takes on the job of serving ice cream when his father goes to the doctor.
9.40Teletubbles Some children make a boat and float it in a paddling pool. BBC TELETUBBIES MAGAZINE: £1.35
10.05 Playdays Trish and her pals meet some new friends from Africa. BBC PLAYDAYS MAGAZINE: £1.35
10.25 Tweenies Bella is feeling left out while the other Tweenies play games, although they did not intend to exclude her. BBC TWEENIES MAGAZINE: price £1.40. New issue on sale now
Followed by CBeeWes Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10 50 Landmarks (ages 9-11)
Postcards: Distant Localities - Pakistan [number removed].10 English Express (ages 9-11) Ideas and Imagination - Creating Worlds
1130 Music Makers (ages 9-11) Infinity Diner: Tempo 1150 ZigZag Shorts (ages 7-9) France: the Alps - Traditions and Tourism 3351643 12.00
Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) The Tempest
Financial roundup with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Live coverage on the second day of the ATP grass-court tournament at the Queen's Club, London. Presented by Sue Barker with commentary by John Barrett , David Mercer , Pat Cash, John Lloyd and Chris Bailey.
Zeinab Badawi presents the latest updates on today's events in Parliament.
Contact details Thursday
(Digital: BBC London News)
Further live second-day action from the Queen's Club in London.
Anne Robinson 's contestants are former stars of children's television shows.
Lost Our Lisa. Lisa becomes lost in unfamiliar parts of Springfield when she takes the wrong bus. (5)
Slade, Beck, the Kinks and Charlene feature in another trawl through the archives. With the voice of Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen Top of the Pops Friday 7.30pm
More tomorrow at 6.20pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/totp
Q2. Q returns with a plan to instil virtue and responsibility into his temperamental son. Star Trek: the Next Generation is tomorrow at 6.45pm
Careering Apart? Alvin Hall offers advice to a young
Dorset couple who appear to be keeping too close an eye on the household coffers and concentrating on their career plans to the detriment of each other's wishes.
Series producer Robert McKenzie : Series editor Daisy Goodwin PARTICIPATION: to apply to appear on the show. write to [address removed] WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/yourmoney; Ceefax: page
The Science of Celebration. On their Caribbean island, Kate Humble and scientists Mike Leahy , Ellen McCallie ,
Mike Bullivant , Kathy Sykes and Jonathan Hare have to stage a concert and create a spectacle using only their ingenuity and basic materials. Last in the series, which returns in November. Series producer Steve Evanson FURTHER INFORMATION: for a free booklet call [number removed] (national rate): visitthewebsiteatwww.0pen2.net: or see Ceefax: page
Paul Merrett, Silvana Franco and Ben O'Donoghue compete to concoct the best vegetable side dish and noodle bowl. O'Donoghue's creation is a steamed Florence fennel with chicken and noodle laksa, Franco makes roasted asparagus with oriental noodle salad, while Merrett rustles up a pepperonata with sweet and sour noodle chow chow.
Series producer Sue Walton ; Executive producer Janice Gabriel Glass noodle and smoked salmon salad, plus offers: page 38
The Empire of Good Intentions. In the penultimate episode, Schama shows how the noble ideals of the immense
British Empire were undermined by famine in Ireland, mutiny in India, political disagreements over the running of the overseas possessions and deteriorating conditions in overcrowded British cities.
Director Jamie Muir ; Executive producer Martin Davidson WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/history BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE monthly, £3.25
Beginning a rerun of this eight-part series chronicling life at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, the stately home of Lord and Lady Tavistock. This week, an emotional visit to the family mausoleum, while a new under-butler begins work.
Director Nigel Farrell ; Producer Paul Sommers
With Jeremy Paxman. is)
Changeable! Continuing the art series with a look at how painters across the centuries have portrayed uncertain weather conditions. <w)
A keyboard piece from JS Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier. <R)
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Flexible Work -Insecure Lives
1.00 Hotel Hilbert 22560 1.30 Modern Primitivism: Gauguin and Pont-Aven
Secondary Schools 2.00 Religious Education
Languages 4.00 Spain inside Out 2-3: Madrid, Toledo, Malaga and Ronda - a guide to Spanish travel and culture.
Working the Community 5.00 Managing Volunteers and Staff Open University 6.00 Finding a Balance 33015 6.30 No Place to Hide