The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza looks up to a giraffe.
All or Nothing
Another edition of the game show where teamwork counts and good luck is needed to take the prizes.
Taj befriends a 1960s ska singer, and tries to remix his songs.
For cast see Monday
(Another episode at 5pm on CBBC channel)
Joe starts his new school. Carly falls for the mysterious new DJ.
(Contact details on Monday)
Mona the Vampire
Mona does some plumbing,and then suspects her principal is a werewolf.
9.00 The Basil Brush Show
Basil and Stephen try to find a decent job.
9.25 Bruno the Kid
Von Trapp makes a global hostage plan.
Double bill. Mr Rogers comes to stay. and a nasty cartoon upsets Francine.
Writer (The Basil Brush Show):
10.15 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Clifford lends a helping hand at the circus.
10.30 Bob the Builder
Roley's anxiety makes him increasingly accident-prone.
10.40 Little Robots
First of a new 13-part animation series about abandoned robots living on a scrapheap. Noisy decides to form a band. With the voice of Lenny Henry.
Fimbo finds a sleeping bag and takes it on a trip with Rockit.
(Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1)
Bella meets a troupe of theatrical mice.
The tubbies watch children hanging out their laundry on a washing line.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Reverend Jim - a Space Odyssey.
In the episode when Christopher Lloyd joined the cast, the cabbies give a homeless minister a job.
Then Afoot Again In the Past A visit to Dalkey Islands.
More World Darts championship coverage from Frimley Green.
With Ray Stubbs.
(Digital: BBC London
The team seek out Newmarket's most saleable antiques.
Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Anotherepisode Thursday, 3.30pm
Bart v Thanksgiving. Bart learns the true meaning of Thanksgiving when he runs away from home after having argued with Lisa.
An edition featuring previously unseen performances from Bryan Adams , Des'ree and Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Mariah Carey , Neil Diamond , Blur, Alice Cooper and Eddy Grant.
Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another episode can be seen tomorrow at 6.20pm
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Transfigurations. The Enterprise crew pick up a severely injured humanoid with amnesia, who seems to have an amazing power of healing.
Another chance to see the three-part series in which modern day volunteers relive the reality of day to day life in a First World War trench, based on the official diaries of the 10th Battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment. Their experiences, alongside specially recorded interviews with veterans of the Great War, reveal the close-up detail of how soldiers endured four years of trench warfare.
Producer Dominic Ozanne : Series producer Dick Colthurst
Arnhem Land. Ray Mears ranks Arnhem Land in the far north of Australia as the most inhospitable place he has visited - a land of man-eating crocodiles, venomous spiders and many of the world's most deadly snakes. Mears tells the story of how three airmen overcame starvation, thirst, crocodiles, sharks and appalling tropical ulcers after crash-landing in one of the region's swamps.
Director/Producer Andrew Graham-Brown Ray Mears 's Country Tracks is on Friday at 9.50pm
Starting a new, second series of the motoring show in which presenters Jason Barlow and Dominic Littlewood help drivers pick the perfect car for their needs.
In Liverpool, Dr Zakyeya Atcha wants to trade in her
Vauxhall Astra for a car that's easy on the eye, and the planet. With a budget of L10,000 she wants to turn heads but also be environmentally friendly. Atcha has to negotiate on a new car and a used car, but unknown to the salesmen, Dominic Littlewood and Jason Barlow are helping her drive a hard bargain via a hidden earpiece.
Director Dave Smith : Series producer Karen Mackinder 20 programmes to change your life: page 16
Killing seven commuters, the Southall rail crash of was subject to intense media and legal debate. Why was one person sitting in potentially the most dangerous seat in the train spared - while another was killed by a safety design built to protect him? The first in a three-part series, which looks at why crashes occur, the impact on the victims and how minute details can change lives, tries to find some answers. Narrated by Charles Dance.
Producer Belinda Cherrington ; Executive producer Todd Austin
Comic Johnny Vegas explains to Paul Merton why internet chat rooms and novelty pants must be forever banished.
Series producer Richard Wilson
Jeremy Paxman presents this evening's analysis of news at home and abroad.
Highlights of the fourth day's play from the Lakeside Country Club, where the action is hotting up in the World Darts championship.