It's a bouncy day for the four friends.
The cute little penguin has a new kite.
Animated fun with the Tasmanian Devil.
7.50 Blue Peter on the Road
With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.15 The Cramp Twins
Nostalgia has nasty consequences for the Cramp family during a trip.
8.30 The Scooby-Doo Show
Spooky events at the Grand Prix.
9.00 Making It
Continuing the search for a new CBBC presenter.
Shown yesterday at 4.35pm on BBC1
9.20 XChange Xtra
Bollywood films and cute animal bookmarks are on today's menu.
Deke and Derrick join the Alienators.
Jake has a glimpse of the future.
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Clifford the Big Red Dog: Cleo learns a valuable lesson about playing tricks. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.50 The Shiny Show: Mukka and Tigs play at planes.
11.10 Tweenies: Max visits Battersea Dogs' Home.
Stella thinks she and Katerina should move.
A makeover cruise means new looks for the passengers and crew.
The friends have fun with potato prints.
Bilko learns there's a champion fighter in the platoon. (BW)
Romantic comedy. When star actress Anna Kalman is introduced to charming US diplomat Philip Adams , they are instantly attracted. Although
Philip says he is married, Anna is undeterred. Review page 45.
Director Stanley Donen (1958. PG)
Ingrid Bergman stars in Hitchcock's Spellbound, tomorrow at 1.20pm
Looking at a new species of bee created by humans.
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Truro in Cornwall welcomes the antiques show.
The against-the-clock kitchen contest.
Anne Robinson 's quiz, laced with cruel quips.
The Canine Mutiny. Family dog Santa's Little Helper pays the price when Bart gets a credit card.
Community Action. Hillary falls in love with a doctor while doing community service at a clinic.
Restored to evil, Angel unites with Spike and Drusilla as they unleash the demonic Judge against Buffy. (Repeated Friday 12.05am) [Web address removed] Fancy the Buffy theme on your mobile? Visit [Web address removed]
Spotlighting the best of the BBC's regional documentaries. Sailormen. A nautical tradition dating back to the halcyon days of sail is celebrated in the Blackwater Sailing Barge Match at Maldon in Essex. Paul Heiney meets competitors in the 40th anniversary race and delves into the history of the cargo fleet that connected East Anglia with London.
Producer Clive Dunn First shown on BBC East www.bbc.co.uk/homeground
Audley End. Fascinating insights into Victorian life and horticultural practice are revealed as the cameras reflect a year in the life of the head gardener at Audley End in Essex, where there is a walled kitchen garden. With Chris Beardshaw. Producer Carrie Tooth ; Executive producer Tony Laryea BBC MAGAZINES: Gardeners' World, £2.60. Gardens Illustrated. £3.50. New issue on sale now. BBC BOOK: Grow Your Own Cut Flowers. £18.99 BBC BOOK AND VIDEO SET: Alan Titchmarsh 's How to Be a Gardener. - book-and-video set £26.99 from www.bbcshop.com Diary of a Victorian gardener: page 33
New Lives. The mysteries of reproduction are examined in the second of a three-part series revealing what makes animals tick. Intimate wildlife film and 3-D animation follow the process from courtship and mating to the creation of new life. Narrated by Robert Lindsay.
Producer Karen Partridge : Series producer Sarah Pitt BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: £2.90
Ron and Margaret and Audrey. Grandchildren gained and lost are the subject of the second in the series about grandparents' experiences of family relationships. Ron and Margaret haven't seen their family for over a year, while grandmother-to-be Audrey plays a major supporting role for her pregnant daughter. Narrated by Ian Lavender. Directors Steve Poole and Inge Samuels ; Series producer Lynn Barlow
Presented by Jeremy Vine.
Heather Graham is in discussion with presenter
Kirsty Wark about new movie The Guru, while Nicholas Parsons finds himself being taken for a ride on the Fringe in the last of this week's reports on arts news and events at the heart of the Edinburgh Festival.
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 highlights from the celebratory series shown last year.
Followed by The 48 Preludes and Fugues
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Cell City City Life 9116526 1.05
Race for the Pole 33022551.20 What Have the 1970s Ever
Done for Us? 9483946 1.30 The Next Big Thing 87656 2.00 Lost Worlds 73526 2.30 Oceanography 9409410 3.20 Ever Wondered?
Wild World 3.30 Frozen World, featuring Penguins Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus (part 2)
Working in the Media 5.00 Computer and Web Skills Open University 6.00 Rapid Climate Change 69101 6.30 Earth, Life and Humanity