The Wild Thornberrys
Eliza visits chimps.
All or Nothing
Another edition of the teamwork game show where a pinch of luck will help take the prizes.
Taj Lewis has just days to turn himself from a 14-year-old schoolboy into a high-powered businessman. Wouldn't it be more fun just to go to the Eternity Sisters gig with his friends?
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Joe can't seem to let go of Leeds and settle in, so Delia takes matters into her own hands.
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Mona the Vampire
Fang has fleas, then Principal Shawbly appears to have lost his shadow.
9.00 The Basil Brush Show
A farmer and his animals moves in upstairs. Can Basil cope with the chickens? Weatherman Ian McCaskill guests.
9.25 Bruno the Kid
An explosive adventure with the computer whizkid.
Binky's art project and a lucky pencil keep our hero busy this morning.
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Clifford the Big Red Dog
Emily and Charley recruit dogs to help them with a show.
10.30 Bob the Builder
Bob installs a pizza oven, while Spud causes a traffic jam.
Pom finds a mirror.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
It's the first day of the new term, and Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson present all the news and views on today's political stories. This new programme, marking the House's move of its start of business to the morning, is the successor to Westminster Live. Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Nardo Loses Her Marbles. Alex tells Elaine she needs to see a psychiatrist. But is love in the air?
Then Afoot Again In the Past
Dan Cruickshank looks back at an age of innocence.
Business updates with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. CEEFAX: page
Australia's Tony David will be hoping to defend his crown as Ray Stubbs introduces action from day five of the world championship at Lakeside
Country ClUb. Including, at 3.20, News; Regional News (Digital: BBC London News); Weather (Si
Quiz in which nine contestants work together to amass money - although only one will be taking it home. Weakest Link Special can be seen at 8pm on SBC1
Bart the Daredevil. Bart is determined to leap a gorge on his skateboard after witnessing the death-defying feats of a real daredevil.
The archive goldmine yields up classic performances from David Bowie, Oasis, A-Ha, UB40, Alanis Morrisette and They Might Be Giants. With the voice of Steve Wright.
Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBCI
Whoopi Goldberg guest stars in the finale to the third series. While the Enterprise has a deadly encounter with the Borg, Riker crosses paths with a beautiful rival. Series four starts next week.
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The Weaker Sex? While things are beginning to happen in Tom's garden, Barbara finds work mundane in this episode from the first series of the classic self-sufficiency sitcom.
Written by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey : Producer John Howard Davies
BBC VIDEO: The Good Life boxed set. containing the complete series on nine videos, £79.99 from www.bbcshop.com
A totally over-the-top glamorous "New Romantic" kitchen is Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen 's plan for a home in Hastings, East Sussex. Intent on having a free hand, he sends homeowner and no-nonsense mother of three Morag on a trip to Italy. Outside, Diarmuid Gavin is faced with redesigning an incredibly steep space - more cliff-face than garden - and decides his only option is to create a tunnel topped with a summer house. But are the workforce up to it?
Director Johnny Muir ; Series producer Kaye Godleman www.bbc.co.uk/homes/homefront
BBC BOOK: Home Front Inside Out - bringing together some of the very best designs and ideas from the series - is available for £13.29 (usually £18. 99) from www.bbcshop.com
On the evening of 5 May 1980 television coverage of the world snooker final was interrupted by live reports from the Iranian Embassy in London, where six Arab terrorists had been holding 26 hostages for more than five days.
The siege was coming to a dramatic end as balaclava-clad SAS men, dressed in black and clutching machine guns, stormed the blazing building, watched live on television by millions of viewers across the world.
Peter Taylor reveals the inside story of the siege, told by the SAS soldiers who were there and the hostages whose lives they saved, in a documentary first shown in July 2002. Director Bruce Goodison : Producer Louise Norman
In-depth analysis of the day's important stories, including interviews with the newsmakers and a look ahead to tomorrow's front pages. With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of the fifth day of competition at the Lakeside Country Club, Frimley Green, with top darts players from around the world all hoping to join the long list of champions to which Tony David , the first ever Australian winner, added his name last year. With Ray Stubbs.