Cbeebies become Sea Beebies as they hit the beach for summer. Ends 6.50.
Florrie finds a windmill.
The Adventures of Marco and Gina Mukythe bat is afraid of flying.
7.15 Fix and Foxi The circus bear escapes.
7.30UGetMe Marie struggles with the daily chores. For cast see Thursday Contact details on Monday First shown on CBBC channel
7.40 Lizzie McGuire Shown yesterday at 4.40pm on BBC1
8.10 Tom and Jerry Kids Double bill of madcap animation.
8 30 Blue Peter Children's magazine.
Shown yesterday 5pm. BBC1
9.00 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
A phantom terrorises the Sparklers Roller Disco.
9.20SMart On location outside the Palm House in Kew Gardens painting without brushes.
9 45 Mona the Vampire Principal
Shawbly is acting very strange.
CBeebies become Sea Beebies as they hit the beach for summer. Ends 11.15.
Judy takes a boating holiday in Scotland.
10.20 Clifford the Big Red Dog
A flashback story of when Clifford met T-Bone .
Archie has made a new invention.
Written by Kath Yelland
First shown on CBeebies channel
11.00 Andy Pandy
Andy makes a wind chime.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Miss Hoolie Julie:
The Edge of Impact. The team try to avert a sabotage attempt. Want Thunderbirds' theme on your mobile? Visit www.radiotimes.com
Ollie blows his savings.
**** Powell and Pressburger's Second World War drama starring Dirk
Bogarde and Marius Goring. Two British officers hatch a plan to kidnap a leading German officer. Review page 46.
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There's startling news at the property company's premises in Florida.
A pagan family want to get back to nature.
Wild Barts Can't Be Broken. Springfield's children rebel.
Archive performances from Crowded House, Yell, Jackson Browne , the Stranglers, Suede, Elton John and Eric Clapton. Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another edition is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Unification (part 1). Picard and Data investigate an unauthorised mission undertaken by the legendary MrSpock. The story concludes tomorrow at 6.45pm Boldly going back: pl4; Enterprising video and DVD offers: p49
Richard is a PR manager who has been spending as though he's a managing director. But can the good times keep rolling now he's about to be made redundant? Alvin Hall offers advice. Director Amelia Dare ; Series producer Kate Roberts
Dibnah traces the development of steam power from the earliest experiments in the ancient world to the modern nuclear power station in the second of a new six-part series. The Transport Revolution. How the advent of steam power radically changed the way people travelled.
Director/Producer David Hall RT SHOP: accompanying hardback book. £14.99. To order phone [number removed](national rate).
Designer and inventor Garry Lavin tackles the mechanics of domestic life in the second in the new six-part series. Keeping Life Easy. Lavin looks at the gadgets and inventions that take the strain around the home, from the washing machine to the evolution of the telephone. Series producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Repeated with sign language next Tuesday
The War Moves South. The British open a new front in the southern colonies, winning a series of victories and finding a new army of recruits among former slaves. In the penultimate episode of the series, Richard Holmes looks at how war in the South became a savage battle.
Director Colin Thomas ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
Former political advisor Jo Moore 's reaction to the events of 11 September shocked the nation. This programme looks at how the leaking of one indiscreet email destroyed several careers and revealed the nature of political spin.
Director/Producer Jonny Young
Basil the Rat. A health inspector's visit may finally drive Basil over the edge in the last of the series.
Written by Connie Booth and John Cleese : Producer Douglas Argent
Director Bob Spiers Postponed from 16 July
With Gavin Esler. (wi
Third-day coverage, presented by Sharron Davies. Andrew Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse commentate.
JD Salinger's Catcher in the Rye battles it out with Jack Kerouac 's On the Road to see which is the better read.
Series producer Richard Shaw ; Executive producers Chris Kelly and May Miller Shown last Thursday on BBC4
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 The Authentick and Ironicall Historie of Henry V 33402871.20 Ever Wondered? 35275881.30 The Museum of Modern Art
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Mind. Body and Soul Languages 4.00 Talk French (parts 3-6)
Working in Retail 5.00 Inside Big Business
Open University 6.00 Non-Euclidean Geometry