A magic cloud follows Dipsy around.
7 25 Pingu
The tiny penguin finds himself in an ice cave.
Wendal T Wolf wants to be adopted, and Taz has a personality makeover.
7.50 Blue Peter on the Road
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.15 The Cramp Twins
Lucien finds magical swamp mud.
8.30 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy boldly takes on Justine in a game of dares.
9 00 The Scooby-Doo Show
The case of a demon shark.
9.20 XChange Xtra
Pop Idol's Darius tries out as a chef.
9 40 Evolution
The Genus mutates into a humanoid.
10.05 Ocean Odyssey
Tremors cause problems for Charlie.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily auditions for a play.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10 50 The Shiny Show
The theme is having fun at the fair.
Max makes a tasty pizza.
Rose's father forbids her from seeing Jack.
The Sun Princess plays host to a group of models.
Binka: Binka has supper at three different houses.
Today, Rob Sitch and Tom Gleisner fish the D'Urville in New Zealand.
The Stanley Baker season continues with a crime drama, also starring Hardy Kruger. A Dutch artist living in London begins a casual affair with a British woman, but shortly afterwards she is found murdered. Review page 44. Director Joseph Losey (1959) (BW)
The season concludes tomorrow at
1.15pm with Sands of the Kalahari
Raine Spencer visits the Royal pavilion in Brighton. 5703i86
A lion needs a worming pill, an elephant a pedicure. IS)
Against-the-clock culinary contest.
NOTE: events may alter the following timings.
4.55 Men's 1500m heats.
5.25 Women's 100m, round two.
5.50 Men's 20km walk.
6.20 Men's 100m second round.
7.05 Women's 800m heats.
Coverage continues until 9pm. For details see page 80.
Continuing live coverage of the top events from the first night of the 18th European championships in Munich's Olympic Stadium, presented by Sue Barker , Michael Johnson and Roger Black.
7.20 The men's shot put final is bound to include favourite Arsi Harju of Finland, one of the world's top throwers. Manuel Martinez of Spain, Ukraine's Yuriy Bilonog , Denmark's Joachim Olsen and Yugoslavia's
Dragan Peric also feature in the current world top ten, but can Britain's Carl Myerscough make an impression?
8.00 Women's 10,000m final. British and Commonwealth record holder Paula Radcliffe has had an excellent year, clinching victory in the London Marathon in April as well as retaining her world cross-country crown, but she is still waiting for her first major track gold. Her main threat could come from defending champion Sonia O'Sullivan of Ireland. Commentary by Steve Cram , Stuart Storey , Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and John Regis , with reports from
Sally Gunnell and Phil Jones. videoplus not PDC Videoplus code for 4.45-9.00pm 833 www.bbc.co.uk/athietics
Andrew Duncan meets Paula Radcliffe : page 28
Kerrie Stone , 26 and Luciana Ferreira , 30, met four years ago. When they split from their fiances within six months of each other, they became best friends and have played the dating game ever since. For eight months they kept video diaries of their experiences as young, single and unattached women, an experiment resulting in a film that is by turns brash and poignant, bawdy and intimate as the two real-life Bridget Joneses search for Mr Right.
Director Lynn Alleway ; Executive producer Alex Holmes
Paul Merton considers whether the pet hates of perennially hoarse comedian Johnny Vegas - which include internet chat rooms and novelty underpants - are suitable for entry into the Orwellian chamber of oblivion.
Director Geraldine Dowd : Series producer Richard Wilson
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Business Popstars. Billionaire corporate boss John Caudwell is offering huge rewards in a competition inviting top young business talents to lead his mobile-phone firm into the future. As the 2,500 hopefuls are whittled down to four "finalists", this film finds out what it takes to make it in this high-flying world.
Producer John Blystone ; Series editor Robert Thirkell
An episode from the murder-mystery spoof with Dawn French. Elvis, Jesus andZack. A television producer fakes the death of a faded rock star to save her obituaries department. With guest stars Sean Hughes and Jeanette Krankie. Written by Steven Moffat ; Producer Sophie Clarke-JeNoise
Director Tony Dow
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Greenberg on Jackson Pollock -eminent critic Clement Greenberg discusses the work of the abstract expressionist pioneer. 36113 1.00 The Spiral of Silence-why opinion polls failed to predict the result of 1992's general election. 49736 1.30 Work and Energy - how energy stored in springs and flywheels can be released to do work. Wild World 2.00 Backyard World -featuring Living Britain.
Alastair Fothergill reflects on autumn and winter, and Simon King reveals how to get close to wildlife in Watch Out.
Languages 4.00 France Inside (parts 2-3) Lyon and Montpellier - a guide to French travel, people and culture.56295
Working In Sport and Leisure 5.00 Customer Care and Teamwork - advice from YMCA experts and retailers, and the running of Saracens rugby club.
Open University 6.00 Berlin: Unemployment and the Family - the welfare state in a reunified Germany. 69939 6.30 The Heat Is On: is global warming a threat to Earth's habitability?