It's the little penguin's birthday. (R)
6.10 Fireman Sam
Norman's stink-bomb plan backfires. (R)
Florrie finds a brown paper bag. (R)
The chums dress up as sea creatures. (R)
ChuckleVision Paul and Barry manage to land jobs as milkmen. Episode written by James Carey
7.20 Rotten Ralph Dad breaks his leg. (R)
7.30 Love Mummy Nuff resurrects his old house slave.
8.00 Newsround 8 05 Blue Peter Busted perform.
' Shown last Friday on BBC1
The Story Makers
Shelley has a gap in her memory. (R) (S)
8.50 Doctor Otter
A series of accidents befall Lucky. (R) (S)
The gang create their own art gallery. (R) (S)
9.20 Wide Eye
Little Hoot and Flea explore the pond. (S)
Fimbo finds a flowery hat. (R) (S)
9 50 Teletubbies
The friends watch children in the rain. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.20 Andy Pandy
Teddy tries to make some flowers. (S)
The Invaders. Troy is tricked into betraying secrets. (R) 24728i4
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 English Express (ages 9-11) Texts - Magic
11.10 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
Money - Up to 50p
11.30 Let's Write a Story (ages
9-11) Writing Academy- Yrs 5 and 6: Legends and Heroes
11.50 Social Inclusion Dramas (ages 9-11) Who Cares?
353138812.10 See You. See Me (ages 7-9) Cycle into Europe - In the Country
1.00 Numbertime (ages 4-6) Numbers 11-20: Number 15
1.15 Words and Pictures (ages 6-7) Phonics Year - Ear/eer/ere (S)
Nannies offer some expert tips. (R)
First in a short season of Cary Grant films is this wartime comedy. Also starring Ginger . Rogers Europe 1938: an American radio correspondent attempts to rescue a showgirl from her Nazi sympathising husband. Review page 52. Director Leo McCarey (1942, PG)
(BW) Bachelor Knight is tomorrow at 1.30pm Film Highlights: page 49
With a budget of £500,000 a Warrington family want isolation in Northumberland.
With guest chefs Phil Vickery and Nick Nairn.
Bart, the Mother. After accidentally killing a bird, Bart tries hatching her eggs on his own. (R)
The Aunt Who Came to Dinner. Will and Carlton's plans of having the house to themselves are thwarted by Aunt Helen. Another episode on Thursday at 6.20pm (R)
Adrianople TX11. A team of Milton Keynes councillors take virtual command of the Eastern Roman Empire forces in AD 378 as they prepare to repel a throng of Gothic refugees, who have risen in armed revolt in what is now western Turkey.
Series producer Ludo Graham
Executive producers Adam Macdonald and Cassian Harrison
The Thing in the Cellar. Tom builds a dung-fuelled generator. Written by John Esmonde. Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies (R)
Second in a five-part documentary following performers at Lincoln's Theatre Royal. Julie Fay performed in hit musicals before falling in love and moving to Lincoln. Now her Saturday job teaching dance to kids seems to be the only work on offer. With her confidence waning, she badly wants to get back on stage. Episode three follows on BBC4. Series producer Philippa Robinson ; Executive producer Nick Mirsky RT SHOP: a selection of film musicals on VHS and DVD. See page 63
Wolfson College, Cambridge, take on the University of Sussex in the first round. Jeremy Paxman presides.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Peter Gwyn
Room 101 Writer and stand-up comedian Linda Smith states her case for ridding the world of tennis star Tim Henman and adults who read Harry Potter books.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
9.30 Absolute Power Continuing the satirical comedy that became a hit on Radio 4, starring Stephen Fry and John Bird as the wily political spin doctors now into celebrity PR. Pope Idol. How do you sex-up a dull bishop? Charles is disinterested - the case of a young Welsh footballer who wants to play for England appeals more. With Mark Lawson.
Written by Mark Lawson
Director John Morton ; Producer Paul Schlesinger
10.00 Dead Ringers First of two repeated episodes from the second series of the impressions show. New faces include Ricky Gervais. With Kevin Connelly , Phil Cornwell , Jon Culshaw , Mark Perry and Jan Ravens. Another episode next week. Directors Jonathan Gershfield and Pati Marr
Producer Gareth Edwards (R)
Analysis of the news with Jeremy Paxman.
Editor George Entwistle www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
The first of three nightly programmes in which Robert Hughes explores the impact of architects sees him revisit the legacy of Hitler's architect, Albert Speer - who he met in 1979. Mies van der Rohe is profiled tomorrow 11.20pm. Director Teresa Griffiths (R)
Then The Witness First-hand account of a historic event. (R)
van Der Rohe
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Finding a Voice - Alex and Leigh
1.00 Finding a Voice - Jack, Sam and Jamie 61609 1.30 Finding a Voice - Alanah and Hannah
Secondary Schools 2.00 Languages - Hallo aus Berlin: German magazine series for beginners.
Languages 4.00 Spanish Journey (part 2) Make Your Mark 5.00 In Europe