What goes red, yellow and then green?
Pocket Dragon Adventures A cake fit for a princess.
7 00 Blue Peter Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday at 5pm
7.30UGetMe Curiosity about Marie's new friend continues to grow.
For cast see Thursday Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel
7 40 Lizzie McGuire Shown yesterday
' at 4.35pm on BBC1
8.05 Newsround SJOTaz-Manla Two cartoons with the frantic furball.
8.55 Bob the Builder
Spud tries to help the postman.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
It's Regatta Day - why do all the boats look the same?
Written by Polly Kelly First shown on CBeebies channel
The mayor is stuck on a fairground ride.
Is it a hairbrush - or a hedgehog?
Are Max and Doodles leaving for good?
A little girl makes her mum's breakfast. [web address removed]
Unaccustomed As We Are. Stan and Ollie make a fine mess at dinnertime. (BW)
11.10 Towed in a Hole. The boys go fishing. (BW)
News and live coverage from the House of Commons.
On the west coast of Scotland, Chris Beardshaw learns about the best plants for a damp, shady plot. (Revised repeat)
Alfred Hitchcock psychological thriller starring Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman.
A psychiatrist falls for a man she believes to be a paranoid impostor and who may even have killed.
Review page 45. (1945, PG) (BW)
The series of Gregory Peck films concludes tomorrow at 2.05pm with Days of Glory
RT Shop: Spellbound DVD Â£13.99, video Â£8.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate) quoting ref [number removed].
Is it all fun in the sun for British expats in Florida?
Is there money to be made at a Dundee auction?
Series producer Hannah Comeck ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
Bart, the Mother. After accidentally killing a bird, Bart tries hatching her eggs on his own.
Vintage performances from Roman Holliday, Glenn Medeiros , the Wildhearts and Denise LaSalle , as well as old and new music from the Pretenders. With the voice of Steve Wright. Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another edition is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Top of the Pops Magazine: monthly, £1.90. New issue on sale now.
Silicon Avatar. A powerful destructive force known as the Crystalline Entity hampers a land survey on Melona Four.
Another episode is tomorrow at 6.45pm
Since the death of her partner seven months ago,
48-year-old Sue Richards has felt unable to return to work. The business she owns with her brother is suffering, and her financial situation grows ever more precarious. Should she make a clean break from the partnership, or resolve to make a go of it? Money expert Alvin Hall takes her through her options.
Director Sarah Wood ; Series producer Kate Roberts
Will it be the castle with its turrets or the house with its swimming pool and stables that tempts the two families planning to leave urban life behind and move in together? Series producer UsaHazlehurst; Executive producer Kate Roberts
Historian Professor Richard Holmes sheds new light on the American War of Indepedence in a new four-part series.
The Shot Heard around the World. The war for independence is often regarded as a people's struggle for liberty in the face of colonial oppression - however, the truth is that many men and women remained loyal to the British crown, and chose sides simply to lay claim to their neighbours' land. Reconstructions illustrate how the rebels' advanced military tactics sparked a conflict that raged beyond the control of the idealists behind the uprising: Boston brewer Sam Adams , silversmith Paul Revere and merchant smuggler John Hancock.
Director Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
The businessman who lost his life savings to African con-artists, and the student who was falsely outed as gay by a friend feature in two cautionary cybertales.
Director Justin Kelly ; Series producer Jonny Young
The Anniversary. Sybil is conspicuous by her absence at Basil's surprise party - what will the guests think? Written by John Cleese and Connie Booth
Producer Douglas Argent; Director Bob Spiers
With Jeremy Paxman. (wi
From London to Liverpool, jazz singer George Melly relives his youth in some of the pubs and clubs that jumped to the sounds of postwar Britain's underground jazz scene.
Director Ian Denyer ; Executive producer Andrew Bethell
Prelude in A minor, BWV569. Filmed at the Johann
Sebastian Bach Church in Amstadt, Germany.
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Music and Place: in Tune with America: the music of composer John Philip Sousa. 73462 1.00 Whose Body? 614411.30 Picasso's Guemica
Youth Nation 2.00 OpenupYourWorld: Power to You Languages 4.00 Work Talk: Spain: language essentials. Anger at Work 5.00 Home Truths: Dangerous Love Open University 6.00 The Birth of Calculus