Fun with the voracious Tasmanian devil.
7.20 Blue Peter
A daring mission to conquer Mount Everest.
Signed. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.45 SMart on the Road
A school bike shed is given a surprising makeover.
8.00 The Genie from Down Under
A power-crazed Otto declares himself King of England.
8.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Wayne bids a fond farewell to the other Alienators.
8.45 Pocket Dragon Adventures
Gnorman hatches a plot to take over the castle.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
KC and the gang turn detective.
9.15 Bob the Builder
Travis becomes stuck in the mud.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
9.30 Andy Pandy
A treasure hunt and a jigsaw puzzle.
Florrie has fun with some shiny silver foil.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
The gang learn about opera.
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10 20 Hands Up! (ages 5-11) The Chronicles ofNamia: the Magician's 's Nephew with sign language 6024089 10.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Our Friends: School Friends 5822089 10.50 Words and Pictures (ages 5-7) Phonics
Special: "oa" 5836282 11.05 The Story ofTracy Beaker (ages 9-12) Programme 2
11.20 Revisewise Shorts (ages 7-9) Science Tests
Live debate from the House of Commons, plus the day's political news.
Market traders' tips and tricks revealed.
Drama. A novelist looks back on her childhood and her Norwegian-American family life in San Francisco, dominated by wise, practical and indomitable Mama Hanson.
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Three generations of one family are hoping to leave the Midlands behind for the peace of rural Devon.
Against-the-clock culinary challenge.
Ruthless elimination quiz, hosted by Anne Robinson.
During an Easter sermon, the family envision themselves as Bible figures.
Love in an Elevator. Trapped in a lift en route to his stag party, Will recalls his former girlfriends.
The penuttimate day of the robot sports competition sees the start of the rocket-powered car races, the relay, rope-climbing and the first football semi-final. Concludes tomorrow at 6.45pm on BBC2
Time of Their Lives. A history of the North East at play in the post war years, a time when meticulous planning was required by courting couples hoping to spend a "dirty weekend" by the seaside. Narrated by Denise Welch.
Producer Tony Parker
Outdoor. Sandwiches or hot dogs? Chicken wings or pasta salad? Celebrity chefs pick over a selection of tempting alfresco food as chosen by the British public, while
Clarissa Dickson Wright determines not to let lousy weather spoil a picnic at the races. Narrated by Richard E Grant.
Director Michael Massey ; Series producer Richard Bowron BBC BOOK: The Nation's Favourite Food - Recipes for Britain 's Top Dishes, £12.99, available from www.bbcshop.com
Wok and toaster offers - RT shop: p40; Spanish wine offer: pl41
Natural Garden. In this final programme Alan Titchmarsh re-creates the rambling splendour of the British countryside with an informal design and a carefully chosen selection of plants. While wild flowers and traditional hedgerow plants are unsuitable for a traditional domestic garden, there are distant cousins that give superb results.
Series producer Kath Moore : Executive producer Dick Colthurst
When an American Airlines flight crashed into a suburb of New York in November 2001, just two months after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, it was almost a relief when terrorism was ruled out. However, the investigation revealed that the tail fin of the Airbus A300-600 had simply snapped off in mid-air - how could there have been such a catastrophic failure of a critical structure? Producer Adrian Pennink ; Editor Matthew Barrett
In July 2000 thousands of policyholders with the insurance company Equitable Life were horrified to learn that their pensions were worth much less than anticipated, and that the venerable financial institution had been less than prudent with their money. The Money Programme reports on how this British institution was brought to its knees.
Producers Nicky Bolster. Michael Robinson ; Editor Clive Edwards
With Jeremy Paxman. isi
A profile of the Hollywood actress Mae West , famous for her pithy witticisms. Based on a hitherto unbroadcast interview with West from 1968, this documentary illustrates her attitudes to money, sex and the censors.
Director Louis Heaton ; Producer Paul Kerr
A recital from JS
Bach's The Well Tempered Clavier.
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Open Science 12.35 Building on Success 2195770 12.55 The Next Big Thing 8209596 1.30 Seal Secrets 22206 2.00 Attack on the Wires 61916 2.30 Unearthing the Woodwide Web 73751 3.00 Life on a Thread
Curriculum Development 3.30 The Contender (part 5) Languages 4.00 Make German Your Business (parti)
Skillswise 5.00 Good Practice: adult literacy and numeracy Open University 6.00 The Passionate Statistician
6.30 Ever Wondered?