FIx and Foxi
Building a plane, and a visit to a diamond mine. (R) (S)
7.05 The Scooby Doo Show
A ghost disrupts the production of Scooby Doo's cousin's film. (R) (S)
Guest presenter Stacey Cadman, who plays the lead role in Cavegirl, joins regulars Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar for today's show in which Big Brovaz discuss their latest single Baby Boy, while contenders in Your Riddims, Your UK 2003 are whittled down to just three. Including competitions and games, plus fun with Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Dennis the Menace, Watch My Chops and Even Stevens.
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10 30 UGetMe
Cast on Thursday (R) (S) (W)
Guest Presenter (Smile):
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen links the house with the garden, offering tips on ways to bring the outside in and vice versa.
There's excerpts from Big
Strong Boys in Florida, a Trading Up episode in which a shed is converted into a Bedouin tent, while Home Front features a Tuscan-inspired kitchen.
At 12.00, there's the final episode of Charlie's Gardening Neighbours, and at 12.30pm, The Antiques Show looks at kitchen gadgets of yesteryear. Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
Vanessa Jackson (S) (W)
1.30, 5.00 Road to Athens
Hazel Irvine presents today's sporting coverage from the Greek capital, as she reports on how the city is preparing for next year's Olympic Games. Including interviews with Jacques Rogge , president of the International
Olympics Committee, and three-times gold medallist Matthew Pinsent , who assesses Britain's chances in Greece and its bid to host the 2012 Games.
1.45 Slalom Canoe Qualification for Athens is up for grabs at the World championships in Augsburg, Germany. The 15-strong British team is led by Olympic silver medallist Paul Ratcliffe.
2.35 Table Tennis Coverage from the Continental Masters at Sheffield's Crucible. British number one Matthew Syed is up against two of the world's top four- Germany's Timo Boll and Vladimir Samsonov from Belarus.
3.45 London Triathlon Over 5,000 elite, celebrity and amateur athletes are due to compete at the ExCel Exhibition Centre in London's Docklands. Briton
Simon Lessing will be vying for a seventh consecutive title, while current world champion Leanda Cave spearheads the British women's campaign.
TV Presentation (triathlon) Lucy Cutler
Editor Gabrielle Cook (W)
Oscar-winning western. Rancher Matt Devereaux is
J obsessed with keeping his cattle empire together. But when he leads a raid on a copper mine to stop the pollution of his land, it leads to trouble for his youngest son, Joe. Widescreen. Review page 44. Director Edward Dmytryk (1954 U) (S)
Ebony Towers. Henry Louis Gates journeys through the US's political and corporate establishment to meet African-Americans who, like himself, have joined the ranks of this eminent field, in the third of a four-part series. In Washington DC he interviews Secretary of State Colin Powell , while in New York he plays chess with Maurice Ashley , the first-ever African-American grandmaster. Russell Simmons 's popularisation of hip hop is another unlikely success story but, despite the growing black middle-class, Gates laments that many African-Americans are still living in poverty.
Director Daniel Percival ; Series producer Simon Chinn (S) (W)
Richard Hammond crash tests the Renault Megane, Jeremy Clarkson tries out Sweden's powerful Koenigsegg, while James May explains how to run a vintage Bentley on a Mondeo budget. With guests Neil Morrissey and David Soul -Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Editor Andy Wilman (S) (W) BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear, L3.60 monthly. New issue on sale now
Danger on the Ground. The world's worst air accident claimed the lives of 583 people in 1977 when two aircraft collided in thick fog on a runway in Tenerife. In the wake of a similar accident 24 years later in Milan, the second episode in a three-part series investigating catastrophic air crashes asks how such a tragic piece of history was able to repeat itself, with the loss of over a hundred lives. Directors Julia Harrington and Ricardo Pollack
Producers Helen Britton and Sarah Waldron (S) (W)
7.00-8.00am. The real-time drama reaches its climax as Jack and Sherry prepare for a final confrontation with Peter Kingsley. Meanwhile Novick receives new evidence about the oil mogul. Pure 24 - an interactive forum - follows on BBC3.
Rptd tomorrow at 10.30pm on BBC3 (S) (W) www.bbc.co.uk/drama/24
Comedy drama. When Adele August leaves her quiet provincial town for the lights of Los Angeles, herteenage daughter Ann is a reluctant passenger. Adele's wayward behaviour soon embarrasses Ann, who only wants the chance to live her own life. Widescreen. Review page 44.
Director Wayne Wang (1999, 12) (S) (W) Susan Sarandon guest stars in Malcolm in the Middle on Thursday at 6.45pm
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Private Worlds: Growing Up in the UK (S) Languages 4.00 Talk German (parts 1-4)
Working in the Community 5.00 Building Better Media Relations: improving charity workers' communication skills (S) Open University 6.00 Windows on the Mind (S)
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