Pingu plays a game with fish and visits hospital. (R)
6.10 Fireman Sam
Trevor searches for Norman. (R)
Fimbo finds a beautiful rose. (R)
Trouble awaits Jake's snuggly blanket. (R)
Capers with the silly siblings.
7.20 Snailsbury Tales
What's lurking ln Snailsbury Pond?
7.30 Chuck Finn
Chuck goes up against a bounty hunter.
8.05 Blue Peter
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1) (S)
8.30 The Story Makers
Byron becomes a big bad wolf. (R)
8.50 Doctor Otter
Dunston makes a blackberry surprise. (R)
Max goes in search of a pottery present. (R)
9.20 Bob the Builder
Shown yesterday at 3.35pm on BBC1
Pom's shadow is misbehaving. (R)
A girl talks about her dad's lorry. (R)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.20 Andy Pandy
Teddy and Andy play with a strange ball.
Secret of the Giant Oyster. In search of a famous pearl, Troy dives into danger. (R)
Repeats are not Indicated.
10.50 Primary History (ages 7-9) A Walk through Time - Food 4470499
11.10 Coming to England (part 2) (ages 5-7)
1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7) Numbers up to 100 - Counting In 10s 38071091
1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) CVC Words - Rumble In the Jungle
Comedy starring Cary Grant, Myrna Loy and Shirley Temple.
Seventeen-year-old Susan fixes her sights on teacher Richard Nugent. But Richard is more interested in Susan's sister - who is also a judge.
Review page 55. (1947, U) (BW)
(Cary Grant stars in "Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House" tomorrow at 2pm)
Film Highlights: page 49
Lord Tavistock, of Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, relives the day he nearly died. Another episode, Thursday 2.55pm. (R)
A country home in Surrey is sought for a London family. (R)
Chefs Paul Rankin and Brian Turner guest on the culinary showdown. Recipes are on Ceefax page BBC BOOK: The Top 100 Recipes from Ready Steady Cook. Â£12.99
Tree House of Horror IX. Jerry Springer and Robert 'Freddy Krueger' Englund are among the guest voices in another terrifying trio of stories. (R)
The Beatles, Kim Wilde, Eddy Grant, the Pointer Sisters, Blancmange, Donna Summer and Graham Parker star.
Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another episode is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Bring on the Night. Spike is missing but Giles is back in Sunnydale - though he does not bring good news.
Scotland's Exodus. The dark truth behind Scotland's empty wilderness is revealed in the last of the second series of aerial insights into Britain's history. In the far north, the team find a tale of cruelty inflicted by rich and powerful landlords. Mark Horton , Jo Caruth and Dave MacLeod investigate.
Producer Julie Newlng ; Series producer Steve Evanson
The last of the series features an event from Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire - the heart of the Industrial Revolution where Adam Hart-Davis meets those keeping the legacy of the industrial pioneers alive.
Series producer Patricia Wheatley BBC BOOK: What the Revolution Did for Us, Â£18.99 from www.bbcshop.com
During Elizabethan times, the aim was to outdo one's neighbour and to impress the Queen. In the second of his series digging deep into 1,000 years of royal gardening, Alan Titchmarsh investigates the late 1500s, which saw house and garden design advance with the appearance of steam-powered water features, terraces and gazebos. Director Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
RT SHOP: Alan Tltchmarsh 's accompanying book, £22.50. To order call [number removed] (national rate). Offer applies to UK mainland only.
Cabbies on Safari. There's a drastic change of scene in the second of the series. After building a Cheshire cab company, Allan and Vera Fray buy a safari lodge in South Africa. But they have never worked with animals or had domestic staff, and must oversee a total redevelopment. Director Nicola Gibson ; Series producer Ruth Shurman
Sam Neill takes another intergalactic journey to reveal more secrets of the universe. (R)
When Grateful Dead leader Jerry Garcia died in 1995, even Bill Clinton mourned his passing. But then his widow tried to stop payments to his ex-wife and there were many spurious claims on his estate including an ex-roadie who said he was made a beneficiary after nursing Garcia through an acid trip. Director Jonny Young ; Series producer Jo Vale
With Jeremy Paxman.
Art critic Robert Hughes assesses the impact of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 's architecture on the environment in which we now live. Hughes looks at Antoni Gaudi tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Director Philip Smith ; Executive producer Roger Thompson Followed by The Witness A historical event recalled. (R)
van Der Rohe
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Ever Wondered about Food? - Pasta 79646
1.00 Population Transition in Italy 34345
1.30 The Rinuccini Chapel, Florence
2.00 Languages: Beginner's Theme Night-Culture and Music
4.00 Italian Journey (part 1)
Make Your Mark
5.00 Snakes and Ladders