Charge, Livewire and Uncle Longbeam come under attack from the Roons.
Sue Ellen loses her diary, Arthur hurts his knee.
Chuckie tries to become cute again, and Angelica invents an imaginary twin sister.
8.00 Blue Peter
With sign language. Shown yesterday, 5pm
Today's animated exploration of world history brings to life some of the many forces ot good. (S)
The captain tells Hubert about a shipwreck.
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A bubble follows Andy, and Teddy makes a kite from a sheet.
9.10 The Story Makers
Milton and his friends make up stories about families.
9.25 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A lost trunk is found.
The friends watch a little girl play her piano.
BBC TELETUBBIES MAGAZINE Â£1.35. BBC VIDEO: Teletubbies2, video boxed set, containing Musical Playtime and Nursery Rhymes, price Â£12.99
At Chicken Village, all the hens have their own little houses.
Jake is confined with chicken pox and misses his friends.
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Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Animation. While staying at summer camp, the popular Peanuts characters get involved in various adventures including a hazardous raft race. Review page 50.
Directors Bill Melendez and, Phil Roman (1977. U)
TheSonofBilko. SgtBilko's fatherly feelings towards an orphaned draftee change after some practical jokes.
Business updates, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Ceefax: page 238
Live action from Loch Lomond on the first day of the Scottish Open. Last year, South African Retief Goosen led from start to finish in this European Tour event. Introduced by Steve Rider. Further coverage at 2.40 on BBC1 and at 3.30 on BBC2. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/golf
Zeinab Badawi with the latest from Parliament.
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Homer's Night Out. Pictured cavorting with an exotic dancer, Homer becomes a dubious celebrity.
The Big Four Oh. On her 40th birthday, Vivian becomes obsessed with achieving her lifelong ambition of being a professional dancer. The series continues at the same time tomorrow
Ted. Shocked to find her mother has been dating a computer salesman, Buffy is totally resistant to his charm.
Rptd tomorrow 11.35pm WEBSITE: www.bbc.co.uk/cult/buffy
The Big Bang. What goes up, must one day come down - and giving gravity a helping hand on occasions are the explosives experts. Cameras follow workers at one demolition company as they help reshape the landscape by bringing 1960s tower blocks crashing down.
Producer Paul Greenan First shown on BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Summer in the City. It's midsummer and gardens are reaching their peak of perfection. This first of six specials begins with pockets of peacefulness created by the city dweller, from roof to gutter gardens. With Alan Titchmarsh , Rachel de Thame, Chris Beardshaw and Joe Swift.
Executive producer Tony Laryea ; Series producer Colette Foster BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £2.60; Gardens Illustrated, £3.50 BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers, £18.99 Gardening with attitude: page 30
Atlantis Uncovered. The notion of a lost civilisation that can explain the similarities between distant cultures has exercised a fascination for centuries. Some believe the key is Atlantis, a fabulous city destroyed by a flood. Did its survivors travel the world bringing the gift of civilisation? Producer Jacqui Smith ; Series editor Bettina Lerner
The coast of Kenya is home to extraordinary tree-climbing crabs. Gavin Thurston braves mangrove swamps to film them. Director Marguerite Smits Van Oyen
Producers Wendy Darke and Simon Nash
An accident throws the future of the estate's famous vintage plane rally into doubt.
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Comedian and storyteller Dave Gorman continues his quest to track down people sharing his name. Tonight he travels more than 10,000 miles to meetjust one of them. Director Pati Marr : Producers Dave Gorman and Danny Wallace
A piece from JS
Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier.
Political analysis with Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science - the challenge of charting the sights and sounds of a tropical island. 3618819 1.05 Background Brief How Bad is Fat? - Janice Acquah investigates obesity research. 3487015 1.20 Hollywood Science - Cool Hand Luke - can anyone really eat 50 eggs?
1.30 Risk - statistics in relation to taking risks.
2.00 Hidden Visions - revealing the beauty and structure of the microscopic world. 16560 2.30 Catching the Good Health Train - tracking the Phelophepa health train as it brings help to poor communities in South Africa. 74657 3.00 Hospitals-Who Needs Them?
Wild World 3.30 Frozen World -featuring penguins.
Languages 4.00 World Talk 3 Germany - language basics. Working In Retail 5.00 Getting Started in Business
Open University 6.00 The Magic Hute- -finale of ActOne.
6.30 The Baptistery, Padua