Pom collects things in her handbag.
Anthony Ant A mysterious powder causes alarm.
7.00 50/50 School challenge series.
Shown yesterday at 4.10pm
7.30UGetMe Joe finds a friend in Kit.
For cast see Thursday Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel
7.40 Galldor: Defenders of the Outer
Dimension Nick exposes Gorm's evil actions.
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Grumpy Mr Bleakman's potato garden is in a mess.
What will the children wear to the garden tea party?
Episode written by Nigel Crowle
For cast see Tuesday
First shown on CBeebies channel
The underwater life of a coral reef. The RT Kids' Panel: page 38
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
John Inverdale introduces highlights from day two.
Shown yesterday, 9.30pm
Repeats are not indicated.
10.00 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less - Three Less
4732187 10.15 Numbertime (ages 4-6) More or Less - Five Less 4755038 10.30 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Judaism - the Family 8398835 10.45 Watch Teachers Special - Pictures for Schools
Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson introduce Prime Minister's Questions, plus political news.
Continued live coverage of today's second-round matches from south-west London. With Sue Barker. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information Smashing offers: page 26
Florrie has a surprise for Rockit.
Arthur A puzzling riddle. and a double dare.
4.10 The Mummy Imhotepfindsa powerful medallion.
4.35 CBBC Winner Stays On
A chance to select a favourite show. The winner's shown now and added to next week's selection along with two new alternatives. To vote for (A) call [number removed]; for(B)[number removed]; for (C) [number removed]. Lines are open from 3.45-4.10pm; calls cost lOp. Please ask whoever pays the bill for permission. (A) Last week's winner
(B)SMart Creative ideas for fun things to make and do.
(C)Yvon of the Yukon Tommy finds a baby mammoth.
5.00 Blue Peter Mis-Teeq appraise
Simon Thomas 's talents as a DJ.
Repeated with sign language tomorrow at7am BBC BLUE PETER MAGAZINE: £1.85
Continued coverage of the second-round singles matches from the grass courts of the All England Club, SW19.
The shock defeat of the seven-times champion
Pete Sampras by the little-known Swiss player George Bastl provided high drama at this stage last year. Bastl -who failed to qualify for the 2002 tournament and only secured a place when Spain's Felix Mantilla withdrew with an ankle injury- won the first two sets comfortably 6-3, 6-2, and though the American staged a valiant comeback by taking the next two sets 6-4, 6-3, the wild card held his nerve to break serve and clinch the deciding fifth and final set.
Elsewhere, eventual ladies' singles winner
Serena Williams faced no such problems as she effortlessly dismissed Italy's Francesca Schiavone in straight sets before a record 42,000 crowd - but will she demonstrate the same confident attitude at this year's competition?
www.bbc.co.uk/wlmbledon BBCi: digital viewers can select action from up to four different courts, join in discussions, and access the latest scores and news by pressing the red button Smashing offers: page 26
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Delia Smith 's methodical approach to cooking comes under the spotlight in the second of this week's visits to the kitchens of influential TV chefs. Famously criticised by rival Gary Rhodes , who accused her of insulting viewers' intelligence by demonstrating the best way to boil an egg, her step-by-step guides to the rudiments of cookery have nevertheless won her many fans. Plus a look at what happened when things got too hot in the kitchen for charismatic bon viveur Keith Floyd. Narrated by Miriam Margolyes. (Revised repeat) www.bbc.co.uk/food
Basil accuses Polly's guests of lewd conduct and resolves to defend the upstanding reputation of his hotel - inevitably, nothing quite goes to plan.
(For cast see Monday)
As day three draws to a close at south-west London's annual festival of tennis, John Inverdale and studio guests survey the day's results and highlights.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am www.bbc.co.uk/tennis
With Jeremy Paxman.
Scientists are slowly beginning to unravel the mysteries of the jet stream, a high-altitude "river of air" five miles above the Earth that drives some of the planet's most extreme weather systems. While pilots exploit this phenomenon to shave time off their flights across the Atlantic, the jet stream also has a negative impact: freak weather conditions have wreaked havoc across Western
Europe, and understanding this force of nature has become more important than ever. Narrated by Jack Fortune.
Producer John Groom : Executive producer Stephen Wilkinson
Followed by Witness
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Living with Risk: the harsh realities of the modern labour market. 16510 1.00 Controlling Carnival Crowds?: the psychology of crowd behaviour.
Secondary Schools 2.00 Nazi Germany: testimony from five people who lived through National Socialism helps to explain why Germanyfell into the hands of Hitler.
Languages 4.00 Germany Inside Out: Cologne and the Rhineland/ Leipzig and the East travel, people and culture.
The Tool Kit to Communicating 5.00 Confidence Lab: experts try to change the lives of four people lacking in confidence. Open University 6.00 The Golden Thread: a look at how language travels down the generations in Singapore and Wales.