CBeebies hit the beach for summer. Ends 6.50.
Pom finds a coloured block.
The Adventures of Marco and Gina
The duo suspect that a visiting film director is an imposter.
7.15 Fix and Foxi
Lupo 's new plant keeps growing, then the Peppercorn family try a new diet.
The missing Kit doesn't want to be found.
For cast see Thursday
First shown on CBBC channel
7.40 Blue Peter
Shown yesterday at 4.55pm on BBC1
More tomfoolery with the Tasmanian Devil.
The game-show warriors tackle a forest of spiders' webs.
First shown CBBC channel
9.00 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
Featuring a goldmine, bikers and a missing fortune.
Creating pictures with cork tiles.
9.45 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Talent show update.
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
Mr Sprout has a cunning plan to introduce same-day delivery.
Learning that pinching is naughty.
10.20 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo attempts to grow toys.
Miss Hoolie and PC Plum plan a trip to the mainland.
First shown on CBeebies channel
11.00 Andy Pandy
Fun with a treasure hunt and a puzzle
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Animated adventure. Two lovers are kidnapped.
French dialogue dubbed into
English. Review page 52. Director Gaetan Brizzi , Paul Brizzi
(1985, U) Asterix Conquers America tomorrow 11.15am
Stan and Ollie's dog is evicted.
Bilko makes a poor judgement.
- *** Second World War drama with John Wayne and Susan Hayward. A construction boss and his team fight the Japanese. Review page 52. Director Edward Ludwig (1944, U)
An insight into life at Woburn
Abbey stately home.
The people of Londonderry look to make a quick buck by selling artefacts at auction.
Simpson and Delilah. Homer's life changes dramatically after buying a miracle hair growth formula.
Archive performances from the Rolling Stones, Modem Romance, George Michael , Robin Gibb , ELO and Legs & Co. Plus new music from the Blasters.
Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another edition is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Power Play. The Enterprise responds to a distress signal from a Starfteet ship reported missing two centuries earlier. Anotherepisodetomorrowat6.45pm
Twenty-eight-year-old James Stevenson earns over
£100,000 per year from his business, but all he has to show for it is a large overdraft and a gnawing worry that his company was the one good idea of his life. Can Alvin Hall help James learn to save money before it's too late? Series producer Kate Roberts : Series editor Daisy Goodwin
Steam in the Modern Age. The Lancastrian steeplejack's history of steam power concludes with a look at today's powerful steam turbines that generate electricity and the preservation of our steam heritage in museums.
Director/Producer David Hall Fred's not out of steam yet: page 13
House of Fun. Designer and inventor Garry Lavin traces the development of in-house entertainment, from families gathering around their upright pianos to contemporary fun involving digital pictures and surround sound. Plus how to make a camera out of a wheelie bin. Last in the series.
Director Rob Bayly ; Series producer Ben Southwell
Repeated with sign language at 3.30am on BBC1
Help to preserve one of Britain's architectural treasures.
South West. Advocates Lucinda Lambton , Joan Bakewell and Roy Hattersley argue the cases respectively for saving Bristol's Arnos Vale Cemetery, Poltimore House in Devon and Whitfield Tabernacle, Kingswood. Hosted by Griff Rhys Jones. Buildings in Northern Ireland are the focus on Friday at 9pm. Restoration Secrets follows at 10pm on BBC4.
Producer MinooBhatia; Series editor Simon Shaw BBCi: interactive features available to digital viewers via the red button
VOTING DETAILS: call [number removed] (calls cost 30p with at least half the proceeds going towards the restoration of the winning building). Lines open 2am Monday 18 August and close 12 midnight Wednesday 20 August. DONATIONS: for details see Friday
Following the broadcaster as he strives to make a comeback. The Colour of Alan. Girlfriend Sonja decides Alan's face will help sell her mugs in Norwich covered market. Written by Peter Baynham , Steve Coogan and Armando lannucci
Producer/director Armando lannucci
With Kirsty Wark.
In the penultimate report on multicultural Britain, actor Patrick Robinson investigates the continuing blight of racism on English football and finds distortions that prove all is not well. The Colour of Friendship is tomorrow at 11.20pm
A performance of Prelude and Fugue in E minor, BWV548, in St Wenzel's Church, Naumburg, Germany. (Rmsmw)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Fortress Europe 638461.00 Changing Berlin: Changing Europe 23865 1.30 Jackson Pollock Youth Nation 2.00 Open up Your World: Power to You Languages 4.00 Espana Viva (parts 5-6)
Working In the Community 5.00 Involving and Inspiring Volunteers: how should volunteers reflect the local community? Open University 6.00 Pyramids, Plato and Football