Taz and Jake meet two gorillas in the jungle.
7.20 Dennis the Menace
Animated schoolboy antics.
7.45 Captain Abercromby
Is Jake behind the mess in Abercromby's quarters?
8.00 The Genie from Down Under
Penelope has stagefright at a country music festival.
8.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
The Alienators attend to an explosive situation in New York City.
8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
The dragons find a kite with a familiar design on it.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
The children learn the importance of not prejudging people.
9.15 Bob the Builder
The reliable construction worker gets a new pair of boots.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Sploshy is spirited to a magical forest.
Pom finds a coloured block. Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
The gang learn to do something new.
The Teletubbies watch Spanish children picking chillis.
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The misunderstood penguin pays a visit to the doctor.
10.55 Beebie's Tails
Actress Brenda Blethyn reads Beebie and the Missing Things.
Reader ("Beebie's Tails"):
Prime Minister's Questions and a roundup of political news stories, with Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson.
Stefan Buczacki helps a couple with tropical plans. Followed by Looking Good Tricks Advice on maternity wear.
Finance and business news with Adam Shaw.
Drama starring Lizabeth Scott and Jane Greer.
Released from prison on parole, Diane is assigned to the care of officer Joan Willburn. She soon has a flat, a job and a lover, Larry. The trouble is that Larry is engaged to Joan, and Diane is shocked to discover that she needs her parole officer's permission to marry.
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A pagan family living in urban Hertfordshire enlist Catherine Gee's help in finding rural bliss in Cumbria.
Culinary contest hosted by Ainsley Harriott.
Teenage school children compete in a stateside edition of the elimination quiz.
Maximum Homerdrive. Homer and Bart try to deliver a dead trucker's cargo. Marge buys a new doorbell.
The Boomtown Rats, Altered Images, Don Henley , the Kinks and Jon and Vangelis feature in Steve Wright 's twice-weekly raid on the Top of the Pops archives. Plus new music from the Dixie Chicks. www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Top of the Pops is on Friday at 7.30pm on BBC1
The robot high-jumpers, rope-climbers and swimmers battle for supremacy, while Jack Flash joins his piscine cousins in the giant fish tank.
Next edition tomorrow at 6.45pm
Tony Blair and George W Bush claim the current Iraqi crisis has nothing to do with natural resources, but should Saddam Hussein be deposed, there's little doubt that Iraq's vast oil reserves will be near the top of the agenda. Petroleum companies have already started jostling for a share of the spoils before, as is predicted, the industry heads for decline. The Money Programme asks to what extent oil has motivated the drive to invade Iraq, and reports on the battle to control the commodity in the event of Saddam's defeat.
While Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen designs a cosy bedroom to fulfil a couple's romantic dreams in Crystal Palace, south-east London, Diarmuid Gavin is asked to create a fairy-tale gothic garden, complete with folly.
Director Sion Taylor ; Series producer Kaye Godleman
Antonia Bird 's latest project is this visceral two-hour drama portraying the harsh realities of life in a drug-rehabilitation centre, as seen through the eyes of a petty criminal. Its subject matter and uncompromising style mean this film is particularly given to strong language, scenes of drug abuse and depictions of sex which some might find disturbing.
In the first part, Adam Bishop adapts to a new routine as tensions among his fellow residents begin to spiral. Then a visit to central London throws their fight with addiction into stark relief. Concludes after Newsnight.
Written by Rona Munro ; Producers Ruth Caleb and Antonia Bird Videoplus code for 9.00-11.50pm (non-PDC)
With Kirsty Wark.
Lives are left hanging in the balance as tonight's drama comes to its conclusion. <w)
Who will come to power if Saddam
Hussein falls? In this Correspondent film, reporter
John Sweeney goes inside his land. Opec and world summits to build a picture of how Iraq might look without its dictator.
Producer Elizabeth Ceirog Jones ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 In the Nick of Time 58176 1.00
Reflecting on Conics 25485 1.30 Who Belongs to Glasgow? Secondary Schools 2.00 PSHE Stopping Distance Languages 4.00 Make French Your Business (part 2)
Sklllswise 5.00 Website Guide and Skills in Health and Care Open University 6.00 Moscow - a City in Transition
6.30 The World Network