Gogol turns Georgina's fleece pink.
7.10 Smurfs' Adventures
Dreamy's adventures at sea.
7.35 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Triple bill of tree-tapping fun.
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Talent-school report. Further coverage on CBBC channel
8.05 Blue Peter
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)
8.30 Round the Twist
A new boy attracts Linda's interest.
Ends at 10.50.
Children in Taiwan have fun. Repeated at 1pm
Florrie finds a red balloon, but it gets stuck in a tree.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
9.30 Bill and Ben
There's a surprise in store for Weed.
9.40 The Story Makers
Everyone's hungry at night.
The Tweenies think that Max and Doodles are leaving them for ever.
A bell appears in Teletubbyland.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Money - Up to 20 Pence 2466489
11.10 Let's Write a Story (ages 7-9) The Master Storyteller. The Beginning
11.30 The Experimenter (ages 7-9) The Environment - Beside the Seaside 4009105
11.50 English Express (ages 9-11) Grammar and Writing - How Can I Describe It to You?
12.10 Primary History (ages 9-12) Children in Victorian Britain - Children at Work
Shown at 9am
1.10 Yoho Ahoy!
Jones finds a way to make the sails go.
Adventure starring Robert Ryan and Barbara Stanwyck.
Gwen Moore successfully runs the plantation that she inherited from her father. But then a handsome stranger who is wanted for murder seeks refuge in her home.
Widescreen. Review page 60. Director Allan Dwan (1955, PG)
Barbara Stanwyck stars in The Other Love, tomorrow at 1.10pm
Zeinab Badawi has news from Parliament.
3.25 Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather
A family want to move from Bristol but can the husband be tempted away from his childhood home?
Senes editor Kate Roberts
The Simpsons find themselves trapped overseas when they run out of money.
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Clips featuring Sparks, Herbie Hancock, BA Robertson, the Bangles and Smokie. With the voice of Steve Wright.
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BBC TOP OF THE POPS MAGAZINE: ÃÂ£1.90.
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A Matter of Perspective. Commander Riker finds himself accused of murdering scientist Dr Nel Apgar.
More tomorrow at 6.45pm www.bbc.co.uk/cult/st/tng
Naseby. In 1645, King Charles I lost his struggle against Parliament in the decisive clash of the English Civil War. Richard Holmes follows the campaign that led to Naseby, starting at the king's Oxford HQ. On the site of the Northamptonshire battlefield, musket balls buried for 350 years are unearthed. Director Keith Sheather ; Series producer Mark Fielder BBC BOOKS: War Walks - from Agincourt to Normandy. £10.99 (paperback) and War Walks 2 - from the Battle of Hastings to the Blitz, by Richard Holmes , £10.99 (paperback) or £16. 99 (hardback) from www.bbcshop.com
Another chance to see the three-part series in which 29 members of the public volunteer to undergo ten days of tests that examine their physical and mental capabilities in the Trossachs of central Scotland as they train with the world's elite regiment-the SAS. Hosted by Dermot O'Leary. Producer Graham Cooper ; Series producer Gary Hunter
Historian and writer Lucy Moore makes the case for choosing Horatio Nelson as the greatest Briton of all time. The country's most successful naval leader, Nelson died at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 saving Britain from French invasion. His bold style of attack revolutionised warfare, but what truly made him great, argues Moore, was his humanity, genius and passion.
Fiona Shaw proposes Shakespeare, Friday 9pm.
Great Britons Collection at 11.20pm has a documentary on Horatio Nelson
BBCi: special interactive features are available to digital viewers
RT SHOP: Great Britons: the Great Debate, which accompanies the series, can be purchased for ÃÂ£13.99 (including p&p) by calling [number removed]
Andrew Collins behind the camera: page 47
They were household names in the 1970s and 80s, gracing TV screens in an array of light-entertainment shows. But where are they now? In the first of an eight-part series that catches up with stars of yesteryear, comedian Bernard Manning takes it easy at home, decked out in underpants and a Hawaiian shirt, singer Leo Sayer splits up with partner Donatella, while, in the house of veteran DJ Tony Blackburn, back in the public eye after winning I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me out of Here!, all is not well. Continues Thursday 10pm. Series producer Stuart Cabb ; Executive producers
David Mortimer and Louis Theroux 10 Minutes with Louis Theroux : pl2; The hidden traps of fame: pl9
With Jeremy Vine. <s)
Another chance to see an archive documentary that supports the candidature of Horatio Nelson.
Producer Andrew Williams ; Series producer Mark Harrison S
With Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Breakingthe Seal 64273
1.00 England's Green and Pleasant Land 77896
1.30 Poetry and Landscape
4.00 Buongiorno Italia! (parts 5-6); Bon Mot
Working in Construction
5.00 The Building Business
6.00 Smithson and Serra: beyond Modernism? 97099
6.30 Open Advice A Meeting of Friends