Bilge and Cutlass want to eat some cheese.
6.10 Fireman Sam
Sarah and James are stranded on the hills.
The friends find three identical pebbles.
Bella and Jake suffer with noisy neighbours.
Paul and Barry get a job looking after some honey bees.
7.20 Snailsbury Tales
A spate of burglaries are probed.
7.30 The New Scooby and Scrappy Show
Triple bill. Spooky adventures as aliens, vampires, and then a burglar are encountered.
The warriors face a forest of spiders' webs.
Tweenies Count to Christmas
The second advent moment. (R) (S)
Then The Story Makers
Jackson plays trains in the library and a spider frightens Jelly. (R) (S)
Magic is in the air for the clumsy penguin. (R)
9 00 Tweenies
Max looks for fairies on the Isle of Man. (R) (S)
9.20 Bob the Builder
The Bentleys move house.
(Shown yesterday at 3.35pm on BBC1) (S)
Pom spies items in a hole found in Comfy Comer. (R) (S)
The friends watch Sam fly in a helicopter. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
10.20 Andy Pandy
A parcel proves hard to wrap for Andy. (S)
Tomb Thumb Tempest. Is Titan planning an assault on Marineville from a fish-tank?
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Primary History (ages 7-9) A Walk through Time - Fashion 6118685 11.10 Watch (ages 5-7)-Bullying
1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7)
Numbers up to 100 - Patterns of Five 33033192 1.15 Words and Pictures (ages 6-7) Magic Pencil - Programme 2 Followed by The Witness
2/2. The epic and dramatic story of the life and times of Jesus draws to a conclusion.
John the Baptist:
Rector Jamie Allen confronts the local hunt.
Two married graphic artists receive help in finding a rural home in Essex.
Paul Rankin and James Martin cook up a treat.
I'm with Cupid. Elton John adds a guest voice as Apu shows Springfield how to be romantic.
The Rolling Stones, Pet Shop Boys, Tori Amos , No Doubt, Simply Red, Graham Parker , Boney M and T'Pau star.
Producer Mark Hagen www.bbc.co.uk/totp2 Another episode is tomorrow at 6.20pm
First Date. R'n'B superstar Ashanti guests as a would-be slayer while Buffy learns the truth about Principal Wood.
For cast see Thursday www.bbc.co.uk/cult/buffy
From Sheffield to the Somme. Lines and zig-zags on the moors near Sheffield uncovers a sad story from the First World War. A network of trenches had been dug by thousands of local young men - who went on to play an integral role at the Battle of the Somme. Dave MacLeod ,
Mark Horton and Eleanor Goldsworthy tell their tragic tale. Producer Sandy Raffan ; Series producer Steve Evanson
A vivid picture of the Nazi regime's final days. On 30 April 1945, the Red Army closed in on the centre of Berlin. In a secret bunker, Hitler's inner circle was disintegrating in despair and betrayal. Accounts from witnesses shape a dramatisation of the Fuhrer's final hours.
Director Richard Bond ; Executive producer Richard Bradley
First shown on BBC4
4/6. Capability Brown and "Farmer" George III take centre stage in Alan Titchmarsh 's survey of the 1700s - a time when parkland and grand landscaping ruled the royal's horticultural roost and the now world-famous botanical gardens at Kew were created.
Director Anna Gravelle ; Series producer Kath Moore RT SHOP: Alan Titchmarsh 's accompanying book is f 22-50. To order call [number removed] (national rate). Offer applies to UK mainland only
4/4. Guest House Paradiso. With sons, dogs and cats - not to mention an ex-wife and her husband - in tow, trouble was always on the cards when Bob Wood set up a guest house in Spain. Eighteen months on, he and his wife have found their mountain home leaves much to be desired - while for ex Jenny, the dream has become a nightmare. A new series of Living the Dream is planned for March.
Director Rachel Lalljee ; Series producer Ruth Shurman
Archaeological research reveals the history behind some of the world's ancient monuments. (Revised rpt)
A L2 billion estate was left when Sir Paul Getty died in March. Seven months on, the family is still waiting to learn who gets what. The most recent Getty will - that of Sir Paul's father - took six years and over$13 million to resolve. Will history repeat itself? Colin Murray narrates.
Director Jo Shinner ; Series producer Jo Vale
With Jeremy Paxman.
The unknown story of the central figure behind one of the most powerful technologies on Earth: John Logie Baird , the first to give a successful public demonstration of television. Director Jan Leman
Repeats are not indicated.
Open University 12.30 Ever Wondered about Food? - Ice Cream 82715 1.00 The Big Picture: how images from space highlight global changes. 19406 1.30 Background Brief - Frying ... or Freezing? 1599086 1.45 Truth Will Out
Secondary Schools 2.00 Geography -World Physical Languages 4.00 Work Talk-Spain
The Confidence Zone 5.00 The Tool Kit to Communicating-Confidence Lab: helping four unconfident people.