Fix and Foxi Lupo buys a magic bean and a flying carpet.
7.05 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
The duo are kidnapped and held for ransom.
7.30 Smile S Club 8 and the cast of UGetMe. the omnibus of which is at 10.30, join Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar in the studio, while Dannii Minogue is this month's featured music artist.
Plus the usual competitions and games, as well as Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens. Director lan Trill:
Series producer Fiona Robinson www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile
10.30 UGetMe Omnibus of the series about a radio show for teenagers.
For cast see Thursday
Different domestic themes are explored in this new series presented by Laurence Llewelyn -Bowen. As the first topic is
"lush and luxurious", Llewelyn-Bowen focuses on fixtures and fittings and gets tactile with textures. In addition, there will be lifestyle programmes such as House Call and Trading Up, plus a gardening show from the archives. Today, at
12.30pm, there's a chance to see the first-ever episode of Charlie 's Gardening Neighbours. Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
With Roger Black and Hazel Irvine.
1.05 Salling A look at yesterday's annual Around the Island event, which saw 1,000 competitors racing around the Isle of Wight.
1.15 Rowing From Munich,
Olympic champions Matthew Pinsent and James Cracknell take part in the second World Cup regatta. Their performance and that of the rest of the squad will dictate places for the world championships laterthis year.
2.20 Athletics The concluding day of the European Cup. Triple jumper Larry Achike (2.25) and women's 5,000m specialist Jo Pavey (4.15) are two of the British points-scoring hopes taking part in Florence, Italy. Plus coverage of the men's 200m (3.35), the women's
4x400m relay (4.35) and the men's 4x400m relay (4.45).
5.00 World SuperMkes Coverage of round seven of this year's championship as runaway leader Neil Hodgson of Britain continues his quest for the title.
Suzi Perry hosts from Misano, Italy. TV presentation (motorcycling) Belinda Rogerson ; Editor (athletics) Michael Cole www.bbc.co.uk/sport
The Beauty Queen Affair. While steps are taken to stop a ruse used by the camp host to obtain presents from his clients, a camper tries to bribe the entertainments manager. Written by Jimmy Perry , David Croft ; Director/Producer David Croft 93855l
"There were no real rules before the war except money and power. Now there are no rules at all." These are the words uttered by a 31-year-old doctor in Iraq as she battles to save the victim of yet another drive-by shooting.
John Sweeney reports for Correspondent as America struggles to deal with the dangerous postwar combination of chaos, anger and rising fundamentalism in the country.
Producer Frank Smith ; Editor Karen O'Connor Fighting the War. charting British involvement in the Gulf conflict, is at 9pm
Jeremy Clarkson is on manoeuvres in the military-styled Hummer, the Swedish Koenigsegg super car is revealed, Chelsea footballer Graham Le Saux nominates his choice as greatest car - the Audi Quattro - and Jonathan Creek's Alan Davies is this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. With Richard Hammond and James May.
Director Brian Klein ; Executive producer Gary Hunter BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear, £3.60. www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
Politicians and military personnel continue to relate their experiences of British involvement in the Gulf conflict earlier this year in the second of this seven-part series.
Friendly Fire. As the "shock and awe" air campaign begins, tension inside RAF 9 Squadron crew - flying in the first wave of aircraft against Baghdad - turns to anger with the realisation one of their planes has been hit by a US missile. Series producer Neil Grant ; Executive producer Simon Ford BBC BOOK: The Battle for Iraq - BBC News Correspondents on the War against Saddam and a New World Agenda, price £7 .99
12 midnight-1.00am. Finding Coral Snake has now become imperative for Jack, Kim is held hostage inside a store along with a neurotic murderer, and Palmer's staff find themselves in a tricky situation. The next episode, plus the interactive fan forum Pure 24, follows on BBC3.
Crime caper, starting a double bill on the theme of outlaws. In Dublin, charismatic criminal Michael Lynch 's exploits earn him the status of a modern Robin Hood - and the wrath of the police and IRA. Widescreen. Review page 54.
Crime thriller starring
Lee Marvin. Two hired killers pursue a teacherwho years earlier had taken part in a million-dollar robbery. Review page 57. Director Donald Siegel (1964, 18) Lee Marvin also stars in Hell in the Pacific on Friday at 1.15am
Repeats are not indicated.
5 to 7s 2.00 Numeracy - Starship Maths Languages 4.00 Get By in German
The Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Making the Best of Yourself -surviving and prospering in the workplace. Open University 6.00 Developing Language
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