Pom keeps everyone cool with a fan he's found
6 20 Teletubbies
A boy makes some drinking chocolate.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo tries to avoid embarrassing herself on the ice rink.
A glimpse behind the scenes on the set of Grange Hill.
Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1
7 25 Out There
The first in a re-run of the drama set at a veterinary clinic in the Australian outback.
A hunt for Dan the Van turns out to be a mission impossible forthe duo.
Another chance to follow the animated exploits of the medieval children training to become knights.
The gang learn some facts about bats.
8 50 Bob the Builder
A terrible storm provides the team with work all overthe village.
9 00 The Shiny Show
Dogsby, Mukka and Tigs present the informative quiz show.
9 20 Bill and Ben
The flowerpot men learn it's possible to have too much of a good thing.
9 30 Teletubbies
Po rides her scooter all over Teletubbyland.
10 00 Fimbles
Fimbo and Pom find a pumpkin.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Set Sail for Adventure. Placed in command of an old galleon, obstinate Admiral Denver steers the Stingray crew towards danger.
Musical biopic starring
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. A dancing legend is born when
Vernon Castle , a clown in a vaudeville show, meets Irene Foote. But tragedy is waiting in the wings. Review page 47.
Director HC Potter (1939, U)
(BW) Fred Astaire stars in The Sky's the Limit tomorrow at 12 noon
Highlights of yesterday's final first-round matches, which last year saw third-seed Mervyn King and sixth-ranked
Tony O'Shea make their way through to the last 16. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with analysis from Bobby George.
Kathryn Swain and Mette Kanne prepare to challenge chefs Tony Tobin and Nick Nairn. BBC BOOK: The Top 100 Recipes from Ready Steady Cook, M.99, from bookshops and www.bbcshop.com
The Mansion Family. Britney Spears voices her animated persona, as the Simpsons find themselves in charge of Mr Burns 's mansion home.
Asses to Ashes. Judge Robertson defeats Philip in the elections. But when Robertson dies during the victory party, Philip is chosen to give his eulogy. Another episode is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Performances from Rednex, David Bowie and Paul McCartney. Featuring the voice of Steve Wright.
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Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. On 28 June 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife toured Sarajevo in an open-topped car. Unbeknown to them seven young assassins were lying in wait, armed with bombs, pistols and cyanide. Dramatisations based on witness testimony trace a minute-by-minute account of the event that plunged Europe into war. Chuck Yeager's attempt to break the sound barrier is chronicled in another edition of the programme at the same time tomorrow
New series 1/6. Death Valley, one of the driest and most desolate landscapes on earth, provides the venue for the fourth run of the hands-on science series. It's Nasa's backyard, so Kate Humble 's team of scientists will be applying their diverse range of skills to a number of space-inspired challenges, including building an exploration vehicle, finding water and purifying it.
Directors Alexis Girardet. Milia Harrison ; Series producer Jonathan Renouf RT Kids' Panel: page 25; Let's have more science on TV: page 19
New series 1/6. Ex-Army Lieutenant Colonel Dick Strawbridge pursues a passion for the unusual side of warfare.
Here, he uses once top-secret documents in his attempts to reconstruct some strange but clever machines - including a rocket propelled Catherine wheel that inspired an episode of Dad's Army. That's followed by a look at how animals - including a pigeon carrying a guided missile and an eavesdropping cat - contributed to the war effort.
Series producer Lynn Barlow ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
New series 1/3. Twelve unemployed young men begin a gruellingjob-training course in this reality series. Cutoff from the outside world, they'll be spending three weeks with "the brothers", a trio of American training gurus who run the organisation Respect for Life. If they stay the course, the participants get an interview for a real job and a chance to change their lives. But as the first week tests their mental and physical endurance to the limit, who will have the guts to go the distance? Contains strong language.
Director Mandy Sherwood ; Executive producer David Upshal
Featuring an assessment of the BMW M3 CSL coupe, and a comparison with the Honda S2000, the Porsche Boxster and BMW's own Z4. Plus an attempt to jump five caravans in a Volvo, and Stephen Fry in the celebrity challenge. With Jeremy Clarkson , Richard Hammond and James May.
Series producer Peter McCann ; Series editor Andy Wilman
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of the fourth day's play at the Lakeside Country Club, which last year saw unseeded Ritchie Davies demolish the 2001 champion John Walton.
A roundup of recent action from the World Darts championship.