Fix and Foxi
Lupo 's new plant grows into a monster, and Mama Peppercorn encourages the family to eat healthy food.
7.05 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy acquires a magical bike, then trades places with his fairy godparent.
One True Voice join Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and Devin Griffin in the studio, and there's the launch of a summer-long campaign to find the town and pop act worthy of the title "Your Riddims, Your UK".
Plus the usual competitions and games, including Bandit Bites, Smile Furry and Nev It Up, as well as Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Jackie Chan Adventures and Even Stevens.
10.30 Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse fun.
10.50 So Little Time
Chloe and Riley perform community service for a school assignment.
Series producer ("Smile"):
Continuing a re-run of the young adventurer's exploits.
In 1916, Indy sails to Europe to join the Belgian army, becoming involved in the Easter Rebellion in Dublin and falling in love with a suffragette in London.
Presented by Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
1.20 Olympic Dreams British athletes aiming for gold at next year's Olympic Games in Athens.
1.25 World Superblkes
Coverage of round six from Oschersieben in Germany, where last year eventual champion Colin Edwards held off competition from main rival Troy Bayliss to take both races. This year, Britain's
Neil Hodgson will be hoping to continue his brilliant start to the season. With Suzi Perry.
3.30 Racing Live coverage of the French Derby, one of the most prestigious races in Europe, introduced by Clare Balding from Chantilly. In last year's thrilling event, 12-1 shot Sulamani caused a major upset by seeing off the favourite, Act One.
4.00 Tennis Action from the middle weekend of the French Open, this year's second
Grand Siam event, from the Roland Garros stadium in Paris, where both the men's and women's competitions have reached the third round. Producer Andy Gilbert ; Editor
Over the past week, more than sixty cameras have tracked the comings and goings of wildlife visiting an area on the edge of Bristol. Bill Oddie, Simon King and Kate Humble review the highlights of this broadcast, including visits from badgers, blue tits, foxes, frogs, squirrels and sparrowhawks. Producer Jo Sarsby ; Series producer Stephen Moss SmartTVFeatured in this term's issue of SmartTV magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on 01795
Scientists have isolated an appetite suppressant in a rare desert cactus which could help to combat global obesity. However, the San bushmen of the Kalahari have long known of the Hoodia's properties, so who holds the rights to this information? Correspondent's Tom Mangold investigates. Producer Dominick Ozanne ; Editor Karen O'Connor
Does the new Jaguar XJR have anything to fear from the VW Phaeton? Jeremy Clarkson finds out. AA Gill nominates the black cab as the greatest car of all time, and Spectator editor Boris Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Director Brian Klein : Series editor Andy Wilman
The most controversial broadcaster during the recent war in Iraq was the Arabic channel al-Jazeera. Correspondent followed journalists from the station as they reported the conflict from an Arab perspective - showing uncensored images of the deaths of American and British soldiers. Director Ben Anthony ; Executive producer David Belton
Postponed from 11 May
9.00-10.00 pm. Jack questions Marie about the bomb, and Kim realises McCrae has tricked her. Episode 15 follows on BBC3, followed by Pure 24.
Cheap Thrills. Anna aims to liven up her boss's party, while Milly loses patience with Egg. Contains strong language.
Written by Matthew Graham : Producer Jane Fallon
Director Nigel Douglas
The sixth annual Ethnic Multi-Cultural Media Awards from London's Grosvenor House Hotel, hosted by Trevor Nelson and Konnie Huq. Eminem, Ms Dynamite and Justin Timberlake are nominated for music awards, while Salma Hayek and Jimi Mistry feature in the film categories. Plus a Lifetime Achievement Award for singer Stevie Wonder.
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Drama with Renee Zellweger. In 1950s America, two teenagers are brought together by rock'n' roll. But their lives are disrupted when "squares" try to ban their music. Review page 48.
Director Allan Arkush (1994, PG)
Repeats are not indicated.
Exam Revision 2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision History- Schools History Project: Medicine through Time/The American West. Languages 4.00 Get by in Spanish (part 1) Working In Hospitality 5.00 The Guide
Open University 6.00 Musical Prodigies?
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