Fix and Foxi
Double bill. Robin Hood helps Fix and Foxi find Lupini, and Oma and Lupini are robbed while on board a train.
7.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy wishes his life could be like an action movie, and then wishes he knew everything.
Abs talks about his second solo single Stop Sign. Plus more from artist of the month Darius. There are the usual competitions and games, including Nev vs
Bouncer Boy, DJ Devstar's Freeness, Smile Furry and Pin the Tail on Nev, plus Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Jackie Chan Adventures and Even Stevens.
Presented by Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and Devin Griffin.
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10.30 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.
10.50 So Little Time
The girls, seeking some excitement, hear about a midnight party.
Series Producer (Smile):
Continuing a re-run of the young adventurer's escapades. Spring Break Adventure. Indy and his girlfriend Nancy become involved in a German plot to steal a Thomas Edison invention.
Last of the Rhinos. Samia, a black rhino, has been returned to the wild after being abandoned at birth by her mother. This gentle, intelligent creature, is thought to be pregnant. With her species on the brink of extinction, any new addition is very important.
Presented by Steve Rider.
1.35 British Superblkes
Coverage of round five of the British Superbikes championship at Knockhill, Scotland. Kent's Shane Byrne will be looking to continue his impressive start to the season, knowing that any slip-up will let in nearest rival Michael Rutter.
Introduced by Craig Doyle.
2.05 Golf Live action from
Wentworth, Surrey, on the final afternoon of this year's PGA championship. Will anyone emulate the record-breaking winning score ofl9-under par set by last year's champion Anders Hansen ?The Dane's victory in the European tour's flagship event came after he beat Colin Montgomerie and Eduardo Romero into joint second place, some five strokes behind, becoming the first player to make the PGA his maiden tour victory.
Producer Jonathan Bramley ; Editor (golf) Josephine McCusker
In June 2002 Israel began the construction of a massive security fence in the area of the Green Line, the unofficial border where Israel meets the occupied West Bank. This Correspondent film examines its huge implications.
Producer Inigo Gilmore ; Editor Karen O'Connor BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, available from 12 June. price £7.99
Jeremy Clarkson and the team prove that there's still such a thing as a bad car. Stuart Hall explains why he thinks the Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud III is the greatest car of all time, and Starsky and Hutch actor David Soul is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. With James May.
Director Brian Klein ; Series editor Andy Wilman
In a re-edited version of two episodes Mears looks at the need for what he considers the most important factor in survival, positive mental attitude. He then illustrates how to survive the world's largest wilderness - the sea. Director Martin Pailthorpe ; Series producer Dick Colthurst
8.00-9.00pm. Jack searches for the bomb as Kim takes refuge. Episode 14 follows on BBC3, followed by Pure 24.
Brief Encounter. Anna discovers there is no such thing as casual sex. Contains strong language.
Written by Patrick Wilde ; Producer Jane Fallon
Director Audrey Cooke
Rugby union highlights of today's European Challenge Cup final. in which high-flying London Wasps took on Premiership strugglers Bath at the Madejski Stadium,
Reading. Presented by Jill Douglas and Jeremy Guscott , commentators Nick Mullins and Brian Moore.
TV presentation Ken Burton ; Editor Ron Chakraborty
Round four takes place at the French circuit, with Valentino Rossi aiming for his third win this season. With Suzi Perry , and commentators Nick Harris and Matthew Roberts.
Producer Laura Watts : Series producer Belinda Rogerson
Crime drama starring Ida Lupino.
A nightclub singer becomes caught up in a police inquiry when her$50 tip is found to be part of the proceeds from a$300,000 robbery. Review page 54.
Director Don Siegel (1954) (BW)
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision History- Modern British History: including the Liberal Reforms, votes for women, the Home Front 1914-18 and the Welfare State. Languages 4.00 Deutsch Plus 2
Working In Travel and Tourism 5.00 Customer Care for All-including communicating and handling complaints. Open University 6.00 Play and the Social World
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