A little chick adopts Angelmouse. (R) (S)
6.10 Fireman Sam
His first day in the fire service becomes memorable for Trevor Evans. (R) (S)
Fimbo finds a door. (R) (S)
Milo leaves footprints on the floor. (R) (S)
More fun with Paul and Barry.
7.20 Anthony Ant
A dance with termites.
7.30 Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Euripides is tracked to a secret laboratory.
8.05 Yo! Diary
Craig makes a shocking discovery. Last in the series; a new run begins on CBBC Channel tomorrow at 6pm.
Written by Jonathan Meres
The Story Makers
Jackson has found a mysterious round thing. (R) (S)
8 50 Doctor Otter
Flybred tells Melvyn he should get fit too. (R) (S)
Judy visits Cheddar Gorge and tries cheese-making. (R) (S)
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9.20 The Koala Brothers
Alice needs help with her memory. (S)
Pom finds a bean bag. (R) (S)
9 50 Teletubbies
A fountain appears in Teletubbyland. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.20 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Charley can't attend a big match, but his friends have a plan. (R)
Count Down. Titan's agent plans the destruction of Marineville.
Analysis of the day's news stories. Includes coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Little Leviathans. The family life of pilot whales.
Business news. Then The Witness A first-hand account of a historic event.
Romantic drama. Lisa Walker has a successful career and no time for real romance.
Then florist Lewis Farrell enters her life. Review page 52.
Director Michael Goldenberg
Catherine Gee is house-hunting in Pembrokeshire for a Bristol family.
Chefs Paul Rankin and James Martin do culinary battle.
Homer Alone. An overburdened Marge finally snaps, leaving her family in the lurch.
U2, Arthur Brown, Robert Plant, Showaddywaddy and Norah Jones feature in tonight's trawl through the archive, plus new music from Thea Gilmore and a preview of Saturday's Country Music Association Awards.
Selfless. The Slayer has to eliminate her former friend and ally after Anya grants a gruesome wish.
Millions are flocking to the Atkins diet which encourages steak and cream but forbids potatoes and bread. Yet the diet has also been dogged by controversy with suggestions that it can cause serious health problems. So who are the real winners and losers? The Money Programme investigates. Producer Libby Turner ; Series editor Clive Edwards
New series First of six episodes in which partners and their irritating habits are captured on camera - before a jury comprising their friends decide who is the worst offender. Nick and Jane. Nick hopes to prove Jane can't read a map, while she wants evidence of his addiction to buying trainers. Director/Producer Chris Cottam
New series Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine return to offer more candid advice on fashion faux pas. The first of six parts is a male celebrity special in which case studies are grouped into "tribes" depending on what they wear. Guests include musician Jay Kay and comics Johnny Vegas and David Baddiel. BBC3 has episode two at 9pm. Director Jane Gerber : Series producer Kaye Godleman Jo Brand gets her revenge: page 16
New series Design duo and business partners Colin VicAllister and Justin Ryan attempt to buy, renovate and sell seven properties across Britain, ranging in value from Â£100,000 to Â£1,000,000. Profits go to Children in Need. In the first of eight episodes they search for a likely property in Harborne, Birmingham, but it's not a smooth start.
Producers Ann Banks , Jane Merkin ; Executive producer Paul Wooding The ultimate property ladder: page 35
Judgement. It's bad news in the last of the first series as Brent hears his Slough branch is to be merged.
Written and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
Producer Ash Atalla
With Jeremy Paxman. isnw)
Meet the Stans In the repressive republic of Uzbekistan Simon Reeve is followed by the secret police as he meets the country's most famous pop star and breaks the law playing snooker. Tajikistan is on the itinerary at midnight on BBC4 and tomorrow at 11.20pm on BBC2.
Profile of the man who has been President of Russia for more than three years, yet remains an enigma. Producer Henrietta Foster
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Finding a Way - Luke, Carl and Matthew 34964
1.00 What's Right for Children?
1.30 Open Advice - Meeting of Minds
2.00 Study Ireland - Citizenship 2000
4.00 The French Experience 2 (parts 3-6)
Working In the Community
5.00 Managing and volunteering