Fimbo pretends to be an elephant.
Pocket Dragon Adventures
The diminutive creatures try to curry favour with the villagers.
7.00 Blue Peter
With sign language.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
Double bill of fun with the friendly devil.
7.50 Ocean Odyssey
Neri has to escape from the Praxis agents and return to the pyramid.
8.15 Fix and Foxi
Double bill. The duo play a trick on Lupo, and enter a fairy-tale world.
A triple bill of animated ursine adventure.
8.55 Bob the Builder
Bob wants to go bird-watching.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Miss Hoolie asks PC Plum to organise a treasure hunt.
Episode written by David Moore
For cast see Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel
9.30 Teletubbies Everywhere
Children in India enjoy themselves rolling wheels.
Pom gets dizzy watching a spinning top.
Doodles feels left out when the gang discuss matters of the heart.
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Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 Hands Up! (ages 5-7) Signed Words and Pictures - Dave and the Tooth Fairy 4301211 10.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Magic Grandad
90 Years Ago - in the Kitchen 8953766 10.50 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 6-7) Long Vowel Spelling - Little Rabbit Foo Foo "oo/ue"
897425911.05 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Year Four: Solids and Liquids 8694292 11.20 BBC
Primary Geography (ages 9-11)
Political news, with Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson.
Tips on the art of good housekeeping.
Musical starring Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Jed Potter recalls how, as a top dancer, he fell in love with beautiful chorus girl Mary O'Hara , only to find her attracted to his best friend. Review page 55. Director Stuart Heisler (1946, U)
Piccadilly to the West Country Nick Page assists a couple who wish to trade the West End for life in the West.
(Digital: BBC London
Paul Martin hosts the auction from Portsmouth.
DasBus. In the first of a double bill, the pupils of Springfield
Elementary are stranded on a desert island after their bus goes off a bridge. Narrated by James Earl Jones.
6.20 Dumbbell Identity. Moe enlists Homer on an insurance scheme. Featuring the voice of Helen Hunt.
Grave. In the last in the current series, Willow feels all the world's suffering after a magic overdose and tries to end civilisation. The show's final series is scheduled for autumn. Repeated uncut tomorrow at 12.35am
In the third of his series in which he shadows some of British business's biggest names, Adrian Chiles witnesses a day in the life of motor-racing boss Eddie Jordan - the man whose "rock 'n' roll" brand of Formula One attracts huge sponsorship deals despite hardly ever winning a race. Director/Producer Robert Finighan
Dinner. A recent poll indicates that our favourite evening meals are straying away from the meat-and-two-veg archetype, and heading into more unpredictable areas. A diverse cast of diners, including David Dickinson , add their voices to those of celebrity chefs to illustrate this sea change in our culinary tastes. Narrated by Richard E Grant. Director Tim Whitwell ; Series producer Richard Bowron Summer wines offer - RT Shop: page
WarMachyne. How did England become a military power? In his final exploration of the Tudor legacy, Adam Hart-Davis reveals how Henry VIM's ascension to the throne coincided with a period of invention in the field of armaments.
Producer Page Shepherd; Series producer Paul Bradshaw SmartTV Featured in this term's issue of Smart TV magazine:
SmartV available from WHSmith; or order on 01795
The first of three programmes following people who are dealing with the possibility of imminent death.
Positive Thinking. Thirtysomething Warwick Powell is HIV-positive and has rejected conventional drug therapy in favour of London's latest centre for alternative medicine, the Energy Bank. Cameras follow Powell over a lengthy course of treatment, at the end of which he has been promised to be free of the virus. Narrated by Robert Lindsay. Director Annie Kossoff ; Series producer Rachel Coughlan A matter of life and death: page 37
A Night in. Fletcher and Godber use their imagination to help them make it through a night in lock-up.
Written by Dick Clement. Ian La Frenais : Producer Sydney Lotterby The classic sitcoms that could have been so different: page 29
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
The Model. Vince is promoted to swimming instructor and teaches a would-be glamour model. Written by Sean Lock ; Director Mark Nunneley
Producer Phil Bowker First shown on BBC3
Bob Harris introduces performances from 1983, including Spandau Ballet,
Aztec Camera, Robert Wyatt , Marillion and the Smiths.
Producer Mark Hagen
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Rough Science 5728083 1.05
Hollywood Science Speed 1740457 1.15 Background Brief: Therapy on Trial 1720693 1.30 Apples, Risks and Recriminations 8496457 2.20 What Have the 1980s Ever
Done for Us? 2374815 2.30 Global Warming: Global Policy? 96885 3.00 The Write to Choose
Curriculum Development 3.30 Teaching Christianity at KS1 Languages 4.00 Spain Inside Out (parts 4-5)
Working In Hospitality 5.00 Hotels and Holidays Open University 6.00 A Language for Movement