Pom finds a spinning top.
What has happened to Gogol's camera?
7.00 All or Nothing
Shown yesterday at 4.10pm on BBC1
7.30 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Shredder causes computer chaos in the city.
7.50 Round the Twist
A magic microphone makes everyone tell the truth.
8.15 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of fun with the friends.
8.40 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
Excalibur Scooby; Scooby Luck of the Irish; Scooby Escape from Atlantis
Sea creatures, swords and pots of gold feature today.
The pals go to summer camp, and Buster's school grades need improvement.
Comic adventures with the Chuckle Brothers.
9.45 Snailsbury Tales
Kevin awaits the tooth fairy.
Max has problems on a camping trip.
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Archie visits the farm to learn how to milk a cow.
Cast on Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel
10.40 Clifford the Big Red Dog
T-Bone tries to be brave after he's scared by a movie.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Brink of Disaster. Does an unstaffed monorail spell doom for Jeff Tracy ? www.bbc.co.uk/cutt/thunderbirds
Business news, with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Wendy Craig stars in Carla Lane 's sitcom.
Musical. A song-and-dance man joins the navy when his girlfriend leaves him, but their romance is rekindled in San Francisco. Review page 61.
Director Mark Sandrich (1936, U)
(BW) Film Trivia: page 63
Leatherhead in Surrey is the venue for the week's final show. Series producer Hannah Corneck Executive producer Jane Lomas
Culinary contest with Ainsley Harriott. www.bbc.co.uk/food/readysteadycook
Miracle on Evergreen Terrace. An impatient Bart sends the family's Christmas up in smoke.
/, Stank Hole in One. US TV stars Regis Philbin and Kathie Lee Gifford guest as Hilary hits the big time.
Thermidor II competes for the title of Annihilator Champion. Director Derek Wheeler ; Series producer Bill Hobbins
First shown on BBC3 wviw.bbc.co.uk/science/robots
The Royal Horticultural Society's history is explored, plus we learn what it takes to be an RHS gardener as hopefuls from around the world begin training. With Rachel de Thame. Executive producer Owen Gay; Series producer Richard Sinclair BBC BOOK: Gardening with the Experts by Rachel de Thame and Phil McCann , in conjunction with the Royal Horticultural Society, price £19.99 Buy gardening essentials - RT Shop: page
The lives of the wild creatures in our urban spaces are observed as Kate Humble and Simon Kingjoin Bill Oddie in a 24-hour surveillance operation. On the last day of the week-long filming, how have the animals performed?
Contact details on Monday www.bbc.co.uk/nature
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What pests reside in the garden? Monty Don investigates and Chris Beardshaw suggests slug-proof plants, while
Rachel de Thame plants climbers for all-year-round colour. Producer Sarah Davis ; Editor Gill Tierney www.bbc.co.uk/gardenirg BBC MAGAZINE: Gardeners' World. £2.80
The explosion of the Soviet's first atomic bomb takes the world by surprise in the fourth and final part of the story
Today's Choices HISTORICAL DRAMA
Cambridge Spies 9.00pm BBC2
Any scene without the terrific Tom Hollander as dissolute spy Guy Burgess simply marks time until he re-appears, and unfortunately in the final episode of Peter Moffat's drama, he isn't on screen nearly enough. Still, there's a priceless sequence where a drunken Burgess gatecrashes a Kim Philby dinner party and regales the appalled guests with a graphic account of a failed sexual encounter in a gents' toilets.
But that's what you get for lending Burgess your spare room, an act of "hospitality" that Philby (Toby Stephens) extends to his friend and fellow traitor when they both move to Washington to take up new British government posts. Philby has actually replaced another member of the spying quartet, Donald Maclean (Rupert Penry-Jones), who has been recalled to England. But the net is closing in. Both British and American intelligence bosses know that there is a mole at the very highest level, and Maclean is the man in the frame. He has to be spirited away to Moscow, fast. And Guy Burgess, whose louche behaviour has made him a liability to the Soviets, has to go with him. Anthony Blunt (the excellent Sam West), now deeply embedded within the British establishment at the highest of levels, has to say goodbye to his closest friend, Burgess. Here Hollander and West are so good you almost, almost feel sadness at their parting, particularly knowing that Burgess was to die in Moscow, drunk, lonely and homesick.
James Jesus Angleton:
Rag Week. Students get out of hand in the cop comedy. Written by Ben Elton ; Director John Birkin
Producers Ben Elton and Geoffrey Perkins
Presented by Gavin Esler. is)
Mark Kermode and Alkarim Jivani join Kirsty Wark for a review of the week in culture.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Stereophonies, the Dandy Warhols, the Blind Boys of Alabama, Vivian Green , John Cale and Savara Nazarkhan are tonight's guests.
Director Janet Fraser Cook ; Producer Alison Howe
Uncut version of yesterday evening's episode.
Steve McQueen. Rodeo star Junior Bonner returns to his home town in Arizona to enter an annual contest - but home isn't what it once was. Widescreen. Review page 62.
Director Sam Peckinpah (1972. PG)
Repeats are not indicated.
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