The Cramp Twins
Lucien thinks he's a psychic.
7.10 Yvon of the Yukon
Lookalike aliens join the ranks ofYvon's army.
7.35 Looney Tunes
Classic cartoons, including Daffy Duck and Sylvester and Tweety.
8.05 The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza and Debbie hunt for a valuable ring.
On today's interactive show, Blue discuss their forthcoming tour and Westlife set a "Text 2 Win" competion, while guests also include S Club and Basil Brush. Plus animated fun with Bugs Bunny, Rugrats, Ace Lightning, The Scooby-Doo Show and The Mummy.
With Becky Hunter, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar.
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Happy Birthday. Jake's drinking binge gives cause forconcern. First shown on ITV1
Conservation. Joe Swift tours the gardens of Hanbury Hall , near Droitwich in Worcestershire, where he explains how to protect citrus trees during the winter.
Pius in Clarissa and the Countryman, the duo explore the history of shotguns, while in Garden Hopping, Daphne Ledward explores
Gawsworth Hall in Cheshire, a 15th-century manor house that boasts an Elizabethan garden.
Producer Beverleigh Widman: Series producer Vanessa Jackson
news in the South and South East, with Bruce Parker. REGIONAL PROGRAMMES: satellite viewers will need to retune to analogue television to receive South on Sunday
Jon Craig reviews political events in London. EMAIL: [email address removed]
Presented by Hazel Irvine .
1.35 Racing Three prestigious races from Aintree, including the Novices' Steeplechase at
2.15. The two other starts are at 1.45 and 2.45.
3.00 Olympic Dreams A report on how swimmer Rebecca Cooke - who won two golds at this year's Commonwealth Games - and rowers Helen Casey and Tracy Langlands are preparing for the 2004 Olympic Games.
3.15 Gymnastics The final day of action at the Glasgow Grand Prix features the climax to the men's vault, parallel bars and high bars, and the women's beam and floor finals.
5.00 America's Cup A roundup of fourth-week action from the ocean-racing competition. More coverage on Thursday, 11.20pm. Director Gerry Morrison (Racing)
Frank rushes to get a heavily pregnant Betty to hospital.
Written by Raymond Allen
As dusk approaches on Somerset's Mendip Hills, badgers are filmed by infrared lights and cameras as they groom themselves, forage for food and maintain their set.
Producer Roger Webb
The cats are thriving, in the second of a new eight-part series. Jonathan Scott keeps a close eye on Shadow, but how many cubs does she have? Honey the cheetah and her three cute cubs give Simon King plenty to film, while Saba Douglas-Hamilton is back with the Marsh Pride lion cubs. Series producers Wendy Darke and Richard Matthews
Executive producer Fiona Pitcher www.bbc.co.uk/nature
Falklands: Hying Devils. Marooned on a storm-lashed island in the South Atlantic, film-makers Jane Watson and Mark Smith are confronted by the bully-boys of the bird world - caracaras. Running amok on the island, these rare birds of prey are mischievous and, above all, dangerous.
Producer David Allen : Series editor Michael Gunton
Fifteen-year-old Keisha assaulted a fellow teenage girl but, instead of going to court to face trial and a criminal prosecution, her punishment is being decided around a table by members of her community, as part of the new
Youth Justice system in New Zealand. This unprecedented social experiment has been adopted by the UK - but does it actually work? Sarah Macdonald investigates.
Producer Sarah Macdonald
Editor Karen O'Connor
Tonight on the motoring show, the new Ford Focus RS and the Subaru Forester are road-tested, while Jamiroquai's Jay Kay takes part in Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Hosted by Jeremy Clarkson , Jason Dawe and Richard Hammond. Executive producer Gary Hunter : Series Editor Andy Wilman
The British security services have been spying on "subversives" for decades - from Arthur Scargill to actor and former militant trade unionist Ricky Tomlinson. In the first of a three-part series that features interviews with spies and the subjects of their scrutiny, reporter Peter Taylor asks whether MI5 and Special Branch were safeguarding Britain's democracy or infringing the liberties of its citizens.
Beginning a rerun of the Second World War drama, produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks.
Currahee. Georgia 1942: a disparate group of men begin training under the leadership of Lieutenant Sobel for one of the newest US regiments - the paratroopers.
11.00 Day of Days. D-Day, June 6 1944: paratroopers fly across the English Channel to France, where they come under heavy fire. With violence and strong language.
Episode three follows on BBC4 at 11.50
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AM Paul Weller ,
Queens of the Stone Age, Portishead's Beth Gibbons and Orchestra Baobab guest. Shown last Friday
Repeats are not indicated.
Special Education 2.00 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Miscellany -with in-vision sign language.
Languages 4.00 Espaha Viva (parts 11-12) Working In Construction 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 After the Revolution
6.30 English Only in America?