Fimbles Does Fimbo's hat have magical powers?
Pocket Dragon Adventures
The reductive reptiles decide to stage a play.
7 00 Blue Peter Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5pm
7.30 UGetMe Joe is worried about his relationship with Helen.
For cast see Thursday Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel
7.40 Lizzie McGuire Shown yesterday at 4.35pm
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mr Bleakman decides to ban dogs from the park.
8 25 Balamory
Will Suzie make it on ' time to tell the children a story?
Written by Penny Lloyd
First shown on CBeebies channel
8 45 Brum
Will the little car spot some robbers disguised as a pantomime cow?
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Berth Marks. In the first of a triple bill, Stan and Ollie cause train havoc. (BW)
10.20 Night Owls. Stan and Ollie are bribed to break into a house. (BW)
10.40 Help Mates. Stan helps Ollie to clean up after a wild party. (BW) Another triple bill tomorrow from 10am
News and live coverage from the House of Commons.
Live coverage of the women's quarter-finals. Venus Williams droppedjust two games at this stage last year as she swept aside the challenge of Russia's Elena Likhovtseva. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information
3 25 Tlkkabllla Up-and-down fun plus nocturnal animals.
Arthur DW loses her "blankie", then Mr Ratburn falls ill.
4JD 50/50 With pupils from Dean Park
School in Midlothian and Auchinleck School, Ayrshire. Plus music from Ms Dynamite. With Angellica Bell.
Rptd tomorrow at 7am Featured in this term's issue of Smart magazine: available from WHSmith; or order on [number removed] Ace Lightning The Rat revolts against Lord Fear. BBC MAGAZINE: Action Hem. fl.50. New issue on sale 3 July
5.00 The Really Wild Show With wild horses, gibbons and black rhinos. With Nick Baker , Eils Hewitt and Michaela Strachan.
Day eight of Wimbledon continues with action from the women's singles on quarter-final day. It was at this stage last year that the last unseeded player left in the competition, Russia's Elena Likhovtseva , tumbled at the hands of two-time defending champion and number one seed, America's Venus Williams. BBCi: digital viewers press the red handset button to view other courts/information RT SHOP: Wimbledon Bath Robe (one size), £32.95; Baseball Cap, £13.99: Jute and Cotton Bag, M.99 (p&p for each item £1.99). Order on [number removed]. Berried treasure: page 37
The colourful lives and influences on our eating habits of TV chefs down the decades are celebrated in this re-edited four-part series. Tonight looks at two culinary experts who started cooking at an early age. Gary Rhodes was just 13-years-old when he cooked the full Sunday lunch for his family, and he went on to rediscover the great British classics. Similarly, chirpy cockney Jamie Oliver used to help out in his father's pub kitchen from the age of eight, growing up to inspire millions with his passion for "pukka" grub. The final episode is tomorrow at 9pm. Producer Jonathan Barker : Executive producer Katie Lander
(Revised repeat) www.bbc.co.uk/food
Continuing the repeats of the classic comedy series, written by, and starring, John Cleese and Connie Booth. Featuring Andrew Sachs and Prunella Scales.
A racing tip and a guest who's hard of hearing spell financial disaster for Basil.
(For cast see Monday)
As day eight draws to a close, John Inverdale and his studio guests look back on the highlights of the ladies' quarter-finals, and look ahead to the men's which are due to take place tomorrow.
Repeated tomorrow at 9am
With Jeremy Paxman.
Continuing the excerpts of JS Bach's organ works performed by York Minster 's organist John Scott Whiteley. Christum Wir Sollen Loben Schon, BWV611 and Wir Christenleut', BWV612 (Orgel-Buchlein). Performed at St
Mary's Cathedral in Freiberg, Germany, this programme employs unusual filming techniques to give a dramatic interpretation of the music. These include using miniature cameras inside the organ to show the mechanical works.
Documentary on the mysterious Voynich Manuscript, which has thwarted the best analytical brains ever since it was unearthed in an Italian monastery in 1912 by Wilfrid Voynich , an antiquarian book dealer from London. With 238 pages written in an unknown language, and peppered with crude botanical, astrological and anatomical paintings, no-one has worked out what it means or what the book is about.
The programme tells the story of the manuscript and of the mysterious man who discovered it, journeying into the worlds of espionage, alchemy, hertoalism and the supernatural.
Director Lucy Sandys-Winsch : Executive producer John Bridcut
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Long Remembered Hills
1.00 A Migrant's Heart 761111.30 Max Ernst and the Surrealist Revolution
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Mind, Body and Soul Languages 4.00 Brazil Inside Out (parts 2-3)
Anger at Work 5.00 Home Truths: Dangerous Love Open University 6.00 Family Ties: The Story of Adeline Yen Mah - the life of an unwanted daughter in 1940s Shanghai.