A fountain springs up in Teletubbyland.
The cute little penguin plays a curling game.
Featuring gorillas and a glimpse ofthe past.
7.50 Blue Peter on the Road
Repeated with sign language. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.15 The Cramp Twins
Wayne takes up playing the harp.
8.30 The Story of Tracy Beaker
Tracy teams up with her enemy, Justine.
9.00 The Scooby-Doo Show
The gang go hang-gliding.
9.20 XChange Xtra
Claire Sweeney tries her hand as special effects make-up artist.
The Genus escapes into the Paris Metro.
10.05 Ocean Odyssey
UBRI take up smuggling to obtain another piece of the syncronium.
Guest ("XChange Xtra"):
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Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily plans a party.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 The Shiny Show
Today's theme is having fun at a party.
Doodles takes all of Jake's bananas.
Nick and Con fall out over Jodie while Danielle applies for an aerobics job.
Return ofthe Saint heart-throb
Ian Ogilvy guest stars as a self-help guru.
Cake-making and string keep Andy busy.
A tale of classroom distractions.
Los Roques, an idyllic island belonging to Venezuela, welcomes fly-fishers Rob Sitch and Tom Gleisner.
Romantic comedy starring
Roger Moore , Talia Shire and Colleen Dewhurst. Aeon man seeks sanctuary in a New England seaside community, where his charm works wonders on a landlady and her family. Review page 46.
Director Robert Ellis Miller (1992, 15)
Ian Richardson visits Arthur's
London News) Weather (SXW)
Folkestone in Kent hosts the antiques show. Presented by Paul Martin , with Philip Serrell and Nigel Smith.
The against-the-clock culinary contest, refereed by Ainsley Harriott.
Anne Robinson 's quiz with quips.
Film director John Waters adds his voice to a tale of Homer trying to deal with the sexuality of a new friend of the family.
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My Brother's Keeper. Hoping to win a scholarship, Will faces a showdown on the basketball court. Another episode is at the same time tomorrow
Surprise. A powerful demon called the Judge is in town but Angel's true identity could prove to be even more unpleasant
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The Trumpet Man. Clarence Adoo was a gifted musician with the Northern Sinfonia orchestra - until a road accident in 1995 left him paralysed from the neck down. Cameras follow Adoo to America for a controversial therapy that may offer him the hope of regaining some movement. Producer Jacqui Hodgson First shown on BBC North East www.bbc.co.uk/homeground
Men Do Lawns, Women Do Borders. A battle of the sexes is in store as Rachel de Thame and Joe Swift investigate horticultural preconceptions in another of the special seasonal editions. Do men just tend lawns while women grow flowers? And is there such a thing as a masculine or feminine garden? The results provide a few surprises.
Producer Carrie Tooth ; Series producer Colette Foster BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £2.60. Gardens Illustrated. £3.50. New issue on sale 20 August. BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers, £18.99
BBC BOOK AND VIDEO SET: Alan Titchmarsh 's How to Be a Gardener, £26.99 The great gardening divide?: page 30
Fight for Life. The deadly battle between predator and prey is examined in the first of a three-part look at what makes animals tick. Wildlife action and 3-D animation reveal the hidden mechanisms that make the difference between life and death, from the tiger as it pursues a much lighter, quicksilver quarry to the Burmese python that can spring back into life after shutting down its metabolism for two years. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
Producer Gavin Maxwell ; Series producer Sarah Pitt BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: £2.90. New issue on sale 20 August
Personal experiences of family relationships are tackled from the grandparents' viewpoint in a new three-part series. John and Jocelyn thought they had the perfect retirement planned - until their daughter was jailed in Morocco for smuggling cannabis. They stepped into help care for their two granddaughters. Now, four-and-a-half years later, their daughter is about to be released. Narrated by Ian Lavender. Directors Steve Poole , Inge Samuels ; Series producer Lynn Barlow
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Artists of all kinds star as Kirsty
Wark reports from the streets and stages of Edinburgh.
Producer Heather Day Rptd tomorrow at 8.30pm on BBC4 Newsnight Review is from the Edinburgh Festival tomorrow at 11pm
Another chance to see musical performances from the compilation series shown last year.
Followed by The 48 Preludes and Fugues
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 9443622 1.05
Background Brief 3639351 1.20 What Have the 1960s Ever Done for Us? 9647142 1.30 The Next Big Thing 91968 2.00 Watering the Desert 28887 3.00 Energy at the Crossroads
Wild World 3.30 Changing World, featuring Wildlife on One Languages 4.00 Italian Journey (parti)
Working in Sport and Leisure 5.00 The Future
Open University 6.00 Cosmology on Trial 62351 6.30 Pyramids, Plato and Football