Fimbo finds a bucket but not the spade.
Fix and Foxi
The friends want to buy a skateboard in a sale, then the Peppercorn family try to avoid a traffic jam.
7.05 The Scooby Doo Show
The kids win a trip to go cruising but it turns into a nightmare when a monster is conjured up.
Girls Aloud join regulars Reggie Yates, DJ Devstar and guest host Stacey Cadman (aka Cavegirl) for today's show, while contenders in Your Riddims, YourUK2003 are whittled down to the final three.
Including competitions and games, plus fun with Arthur, Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops, Dennis the Menace and Even Stevens.
Omnibus edition. Cast on Thursday
Guest Presenter ("Smile"):
Far from the Madding Crowd People who were involved in the making of the 1967 movie talk to Ben Fogle as he visits some of the Dorset locations where Thomas Hardy 's novel was filmed. Another episode Wednesday at 2.45pm
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen offers the ultimate guide to designing for children, using excerpts from Housecall, Big Strong Boys and Real Rooms.
At 12.00, there's an episode of The Flying Gardener, which sees Chris Beardshaw helping schoolchildren in Cornwall to create a tropical paradise garden. And, at 12.30pm, The Antiques Show has items on collectable telephone boxes and portrait restoration.
Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
An episode taken from the series shown last year that explores Britain's history from the air.
Presented by Clare Balding , Craig Doyle and Suzi Perry.
1.35 British Superblkes Round-nine action from Oulton Park in Cheshire. With four rounds to go, Shane Byrne still holds a commanding lead over his rivals. Commentary is from
Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish.
2.05 Moto GP Action from the Automotodrom Brno in the Czech Republic of round ten in the world-title battle. Italy's
Valentino Rossi heads the table, although Spain's Sete Gibernau recently beat him in Germany. Commentators are Nick Harris and Matthew Robinson.
3.00 Show Jumping Live coverage from Hickstead of the British Jumping Derby, an event that tests the skills of horse and rider to the limit. Riding Corrada, Peter Charles survived a mistake on the daunting 10ft
6in Derby Bank to win last year forthe second time running. Commentators are Michael Tucker and Stephen Hadley.
TV presentation (show jumping) Chris Lewis Editor Lawrence Duffy
Wild Nights. A long history of hunting has resulted in most wild mammals avoiding humans. In this documentary
Simon King adjusts his daily rhythm to follow the nocturnal activities of British wildlife as he tries to win the trust of badgers, deer and foxes in their Somerset domain.
Producer Simon King ; Series editor Michael Gunton
South: the Home Place. Today, black Americans are returning to the very Southern cities from which they fled during the days of racial violence and legal segregation. In this final episode, Henry Louis Gates asks how much has the South really changed? Exploring the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King he begins his journey in Washington DC, at the site of Dr King's "I Have a Dream" speech.
There he meets actor Morgan Freeman who explains why he has moved back to the South. Gates travels to some of the great battlegrounds of the civil rights era: Memphis, Birmingham and Atlanta, where he meets the poet Maya Angelou. But he finds instead of integrating with whites, African-Americans are opting to live among their own.
Director Daniel Percival ; Series producer Simon Chinn
Dr Martin Luther
James May and Richard Hammond take a selection of convertables on a typical British camping holiday and find out which one is best. Jeremy Clarkson sees how a Range Rover has been turned into an off-roading powerhouse.
Plus a look at the future of motoring with the car powered on hydrogen. With guests Patrick Stewart and Jodie Kidd. Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Editor Andy Wilman BBC MAGAZINES: Top Gear. £3.60 monthly, www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
The Blame Game. When two airliners collided 35,000ft above Switzerland last summer, shock waves were felt throughout the industry. The 71 dead included a party of Russian schoolchildren making their first trip abroad. The final part of the series investigating air crashes forensically examines what happened that night. Mid-air collisions are rare, but near misses are not uncommon over British skies. Could the same thing happen here? Directors Julia Harrington and Ricardo Pollack
Producers Helen Britton and Sarah Waldron Revolution in the Skies follows on BBC4 at 10pm
Starting a run of excerpts from the 2001 series, actor
Sam Neill explores how the Big Bang led to life on Earth . Producer Teresa Hunt ; Executive producer Stephen Wilkinson
Drama. Seth Davis is an ambitious college dropout who makes a tidy profit from the casino he operates from his flat. Tempted by the promise of making his first million, Davis takes a job at a small stock brokerage firm, but discovers that their working practices aren't as ethical as he perhaps expected. Widescreen. Review page 48.
Director Ben Younger (2000.15)
Coverage of the WBA/IBF featherweight unification bout between the USA's Derrick Gainer and Mexico's Juan Manuel Marquez. Introduced by Jim Rosenthal , with Richie Woodhall and Steve Bunce.
Commentary from Jim Neilly and Duke McKenzie.
Producer Chris Lewis ; Editor Jim Bentiey
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Open Up Your World; What's Your Dream? Languages 4.00 Espana Viva (parts 1-2)
Working In the Community 5.00 Building Better Media Relations: improving charity workers' communication skills Open University 6.00 Images of Disability