Fimbles Fimbo enjoys a little tranquillity. (R) (S) (W)
Fix and Foxi The duo drink a shrinking potion. (R) (S)
7.05 The Scooby Doo Show Scooby-Dee films her latest movie. (R) (S)
Fearne Cotton, Reggie Yates and DJ Devstar present a morning of entertainment dedicated to the winners of Your Riddims, Your UK 2003. There are the games Nev It Up and Bandit Bites, plus regulars including Cavegirl, Looney Tunes, Watch My Chops and Even Stevens. Director Ian Trill ; Producer Fiona Robinson (S) (W) [web address removed]
10.30 UGetMe Omnibus edition.
Cast on Thursday (R) (S) (W)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
Ben Fogle visits locations of scenes in the film. (R) (S) (W)
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen shows how to avoid humdrum stylings, using clips from Housecall, Home Front and All the Right Moves.
At 12.00 Chris Beardshaw attends to a cliff-top garden in The Flying Gardener, while at
12.30pm, Fiona Bruce looks into chandeliers, art nouveau and rare silver in The Antiques Show. Director Phil Stein ; Series producer
Vanessa Jackson (S) (W)
Exploring Britain's history from the air. (R) (S) (W)
Presented by Sue Barker and Clare Balding.
1.35 2.00 Racing The lucrative
1.40 and 2.10 offer a L40,000 winnings total at Goodwood.
1.50 Golf Action from the Boys' championship at Royal Liverpool.
2.20 World Athletics Continuing coverage of day two from Paris. In the heptathlon, Denise Lewis will look to profit from her prowess in the javelin. At 2.30, Dwain Chambers, Mark Lewis -Francis and Darren Campbell carry British hopes in the first round of the men's 100m.
Continues on BBC1. <S)(W)BBCi: interactive athletics features available to digital viewers via the handset What makes Dwain Chambers so fast?: page 12
Professional gardeners offer green-fingered tips. (R) (S)
Classic mystery starring Basil Rathbone , Nigel Bruce and Richard Greene. Sherlock Holmes is asked to safeguard the heir to the Baskerville estate in the family home - an eerie mansion in remote Dartmoor supposedly haunted by a ghostly hound. Review page 42.
Director Sidney Lanfield (1939, PG)
Aled Jones meets
Pete Waterman and Dolly Parton in the West End of London, and revisits St Paul 's in Covent
Garden, where he was married. Hymns include When a Knight Won His Spurs, Love Divine and The Father's Song. (S) m WEBCHAT: talk live with Aled after the show at www.bbc.co.uk/songsofpraise
Richard Attenborough 's epic biographical drama, starring
Ben Kingsley , starts a themed evening in the Attenborough at 80 season celebrating the cinema veteran's birthday on Friday. An Arena special follows the film.
Southern Africa, 1893: a young lawyer is thrown off a train for refusing to travel second class because of the colour of his skin. Spurred on to liberate his oppressed countrymen, Gandhi engages in a long struggle to change the system by peaceful revolution. His return to India in 1915 begins a course of events that will shape world history and affect the lives of millions. Widescreen. Rim of the week: page 37
(1982, PG) (S) (W) Film Trivia: page 47
Herman Kallenbach Gunther:
Mohammed Ali Jinnah:
Senior police officer:
Sir George Hodge:
As he becomes an octogenarian, a two-part Arena special celebrates the life and distinguished career of one of Britain's best-loved public figures. Lord Attenborough's film CV as actor stretches from Brighton Rock to Jurassic Park, while as director he has been responsible for Oh! What a Lovely War, Shadowlands and Gandhi. He has also been integral to the work of many charities, while his support for minority groups has led to the building of a Centre for Disability and the Arts. Part one examines his early career, and follows Attenborough as he visits his childhood home, travels to Brighton and Hove, and reminisces with brothers John and Sir David. The concluding part is tomorrow at 8pm. Director Adam Low ; Executive producer Anthony Wall (BW & Colour) (S) (W)
Barry Norman on Richard Attenborough : page 41
One final question ... Lord Attenborough: page
The last part of tonight's Attenborough at 80 celebration is this Second World War drama based on a true story.
September 1944: a military operation aimed at securing six bridges leading to Germany does not go according to plan. A British contingent has orders to secure the last bridge at Arnhem before moving into the Ruhr area, but the plan runs into trouble. Widescreen. Review page 42.
Director Richard Attenborough (1977, 15) (S) (W) An Attenborough at SO double bill starts with In Which We Serve tomorrow at 11am
Lt Gen Frederick Browning:
Staff Sgt Eddie Dohun:
Lt Col Joe Vandeleur:
Maj Gen Robert Urquhart:
Lt Gen Brian Horrocks:
Colonel Bobby Stout:
Maj Gen Stanislaw Sosabowski:
Lt Col John Frost:
Maj Gen Ludwig:
Brig Gen James M Gavin:
Major Julian Cook:
Lt Gen Bittrich:
Highlights from the One World stage at this year's festival, including songs from Jamaican veterans the Skatalites, folk-tinged warbler Beth Orton , dance-pop hitmakers Moloko, Arabic singer-songwriter Souad Massi , David Holmes
Presents the Free Association and south London chill-out favourites Morcheeba. Introduced by Andrea Oliver.
Producer Alison Howe First shown on BBC4 (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Youth Nation 2.00 Change the World: Price of a Job (S) Languages 4.00 Espaha Viva (parts 11-12)
Skills for Life 5.00 Basic Skills: Supporting Skills for Life (S) Open University 6.00 Children First (S)