Gogol and Georgina go snow boarding.
7.10 Smurfs' Adventures
Gargamel and Hogatha impersonate smurfs to different ends.
7.35 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Woody battles bad weather.
(Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1)
8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
(Further coverage on CBBC channel)
Arthur writes a jingle and DW tries to cartwheel.
8.30 Round the Twist
Pete lands in polluted sludge.
9.00 Teletubbies Everywhere
Children from Namibia collect garnets. (Repeated at 1pm)
Fimbo finds some string.
(Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1)
9.30 64 Zoo Lane
Is Alan's ant obsession too dull?
9.40 The Story Makers
Everyone does their favourite thing.
Max wants to catch a fish for tea.
The lion and bear appear.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.50 Come Outside: Soap
11.05 Numbertime: Money: Coin Equivalents to 20 Pence
11.20 Words and Pictures Plus: CVC Words: Ridiculous
11.35 What? Where? When? Why?: Talking Rubbish: Good Rubbish
11.50 Cats' Eyes: Plants and Animals: Is it Living?
12.05 Hands Up!: Literacy: The Iron Man (part 1) With sign language.
12.20 Maths Challenge: TV Workout: Year 5: Decimals
Romantic drama starring Barbara Stanwyck and David Niven
Concert pianist Karen Duncan enters a sanatorium. She finds the routine tiresome there until she falls under the spell of the charming Doctor Stanton - then she makes a discovery.
Review page 61. (1947, PG) (BW)
Prime Minister's questions live plus a look at the day's events in Parliament.
3.55 Regional News
(Digital: BBC London News); Weather
Editor (Westminster Live):
A couple seek a quiet home in Carmarthenshire, Wales.
Ainsley Harriott's culinary test.
(Celebrity Ready Steady Cook - 7.30pm BBC1)
The children rebel when Chief Wiggum imposes a curfew.
With the voice of Cyndi Lauper.
(Postponed from 17 October)
Featuring Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks and LeAnn Rimes plus new music from Faith Hill. With Steve Wright.
(Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1)
Should Picard change history and destroy the present to save 40 billion lives?
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Various aspects of the country's black-market economy are addressed in this three-part Money Programme special. Cheating the System. Benefit fraud costs each tax-payer Â£80 a year according to government figures. Tonight's look at cheating follows surveillance operations by the fraud investigation unit. Are they winning the battle?
Having mastered a compulsion to stockpile bargains, Alma Beattie is determined to now clear her Birmingham home. Faced with her zeal, home consultant Dawna Walter and clearance specialist Mark Franks find themselves in a rare position. How to convince her to keep her belongings?
Picking an outfit for work is hard enough without being the only woman in the office. And Xenia Standbridge's problems only start there: her boss is also her boyfriend. But Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are eager to help. Can their advice and Â£2,000 help create the perfect look?
A survey of the changing fortunes of the sensationalist tabloid that, amid a diet of sex, sport and bingo, claims to have influenced elections first for Margaret Thatcher then for Tony Blair. James Bolam narrates a look at the nation's relationship with this household name.
Gus gets the news he wants on the day of the big housewarming party, while Chantelle is frustrated by Johnny's domestic habits. Linvall is trying to track down Lucy when Eric drops a bombshell about Kandii.
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With Kirsty Wark.
A classic film from the archives profiling William Shakespeare.
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Renaissance Secrets - Conspiring Against the Queen
1.00 Manchester Divided!
1.30 New York - Making Connections
2.00 Languages Revista!
4.00 Buongiorno Italia!
(parts 7-8); Bon Mot
Working in Construction
5.00 Explosive Teamwork
6.00 Spanning Materials
The role of hackers in future warfare.