Livewire is in trouble with Burnout.
Francine acquires a pet kitten.
Susie has to have her tonsils removed.
8.00 Blue Peter
Gardening tips and a savoury dish from Ghana.
Shown yesterday at 5pm
8.25 C Bear and Jamal
The wolves hatch a plan to steal Captain Bleat's cargo.
The pick of the first day's action. Shown yesterday at 9.30pm
Animated adventures with the corpulent cat.
10.10 The Story Makers
Jelly and Jackson feel artistic.
Fizz finds a slug
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta and Emily Elizabeth plan a day at the beach.
A girl reads Jack and the Beanstalk.
Wild Boar, Kingofthe Wildwood Wild boar became extinct in Britian three centuries ago, but this aggressive, intelligent and sociable beast still thrives in the forests of Poland.
Live coverage on day two of the tournament. Today, ladies' champion Venus Williams opens her campaign on Centre Court. She will aim to dispatch her opponent in the same way she swept aside Japan's Shinobu Asagoe at the same stage last year. With Sue Barker.
Producers Paul Davies. Barbara Slater m BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information
Zeinab Badawi updates today's events in Parliament.
Contact details Thursday
(Digital: BBC London News)
Milo draws a perfect circle.
Dennis the Menace
More fun with the mischievous boy.
4.10 Get Your Own Back
Show in which adults are the victims of gungey revenge.
4.35 Big Kids
Simon wants to ask Melanie to the school disco.
5.00 The Really Wild Show
Deadly scorpions, aboriginal life and a starfish.
Writer ("Big Kids"):
As the first-round matches near their end, Sue Barker presents continuing coverage of play on the second day. Weather permitting, the line-up for the second round should be known by the end of this evening-will it, as in so many previous years, contain some notable absentees?
Commentary comes from John Barrett , John McEnroe ,
Pat Cash , Virginia Wade , Ann Jones , Pam Shriver , John Lloyd , Peter Fleming , Jo Durie , Sam Smith , Mark Cox ,
Mark Petchey , David Mercer , Simon Reed , Bill Threlfall ,
Chris Bailey , Andrew Castle , John Alexander , Matt Chilton , and Tony Gubba. Plus reports from the courts by Suzi Perry , Gary Richardson and Phil Jones. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information
Subsequent programmes may change
The Weald. In his exploration of Britain's landscape and how it reveals insights into the country's history,
Aubrey Manning - a retired Professor of Natural History at Edinburgh University - investigates why so much woodland has survived in the Weald of Kent and Sussex.
Director John Triffitt ; Executive producer Richard Reisz
The first-ever episode of the comedy set in the fashion-obsessed world of the modern media, first shown in 1992. Fashion. Edina has a major event to organise, and time is running out. Patsy is on hand with a bottle of wine, but Saffron is less than happy with her mother's drinking.
Written by Jennifer Saunders ; Director Bob Spiers ; Producer Jon Plowman
The series continues tomorrow at 9pm
John Inverdale is joined in the studio by an expert panel of Wimbledon greats as he rounds up the highlights of ladies' day at the London's All England Club.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am
News and in-depth analysis, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Another chance to see the first episode from a four-part series, first shown in 1998, that explores people's changing relationships with their bodies over a lifetime.
Eighteen 'til I Die. Middle-aged men and women describe how they cope with balding, the menopause, greying hair, and a body that has started to wrinkle and sag. This film contains explicit imagery of body parts.
Director Lucy Blakstad ; Executive producer Clare Paterson
A look at the issues dominating
Parliamentary debates and the breaking political news in tomorrow's newspapers, presented by Andrew Neil.
Editor Libby Jukes
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Software Surgery- how software can be designed to suitthe needs of the user. 13591 1.00 Designer Rides - Jerk and Jounce - how mathematics put the thrill into rollercoaster rides. 59442 1.30 Evaluating Pre-School
Education - can statistics help prove that a children's education is best started earlier?
Wild World 2.00 Backyard World featuring Living Britain -
Alastair Fothergill presents reflections on autumn and winter, and Simon King shows how to get close to British wildlife.
Languages 4.00 Italy Inside Out (parts 2 and 3) - does Milan's reputation as a chic, trend-setting city hold true? Also, a look around the sights of Rome.
Working in Retail 5.00 Health and Safety and Number Skills- practical guide.
Open University 6.00 AftertheGenome-howcancerwill evolve, and why we have too few genes. 7216152 6.50 What
Have the 1990s Ever Done for Us? - scientific developments of the last decade, including Viagra, cloning and genetics.