Rockit shows off his skill with the bagpipes.
Noo-Noo tidies away Laa-Laa's ball.
6 45 Clifford the Big Red Dog Emily
Elizabeth writes a letter to her favourite pop star.
Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.25 Ocean Star - the Quest
1/13 Twelve-year-old Trent joins a search for a mythical cluster of pearls when he moves to a small town in western Australia.
Paul and Barry cause havoc when they take part in a classic car race.
8.10 Mona the Vampire
Moms pottery studio is taken over by ghastly gargoyles.
Judy learns Scottish dancing in a castle.
8.50 Bob the Builder
Muck gets stuck in a tunnel.
9 00 The Shiny Show
Mukka, Tigs and Dogsby learn more about camping equipment.
9 20 Boo!
A polar bear and a wrinkly walrus feature in today's snowy game of hide and seek.
Children have fun making shadows.
What is Ribble doing with a rollerskate?
10.20 El Nombre
Don Fandango steals a train, and Little Juan's football has a puncture.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Tune of Danger. An enemy agent succeeds in abducting
11.00 Rescue from the Skies Lt Fisher's training in Stingray is sabotaged - who will save the stricken sub?
Meerkats Divided. How the unity of an endearing family of meerkats is routinely threatened by rebellion, in-fighting, mugging and infidelity.
Musical comedy starring
Fred Astaire and Joan Leslie. War hero Fred Atwell fails in love with a beautiful magazine photographer while on leave in New York. Misunderstandings abound, however, when he refuses to reveal his true identity. Review page 48.
Director Edward H Griffith (1943, U)
(BW) Fred Astaire stars alongside Ginger Rogers in Shall We Dance tomorrow at 10.30am Followed by The Witness First-hand account of a historical event.
With L50,000 in prize money at stake, there's everything to play for on day five of the tournament. RayStubbs introduces the action.
Chefs Antony Worrall Thompson and Phil Vickery put a creative culinary spin on everyday ingredients.
Saddlesore Galactica. Homer and Bart transform a losing racehorse into a champion. With a cameo appearance by Canadian rockers Bachman-Turner Overdrive.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. Will's rather rusty skills in midwifery are called into play when he attends a basketball game with a pregnant journalist.
Another episode tomorrow at 6.20pm
Faster than Sound. On 14 October 1947 Chuck Yeager , one of the finest pilots in the US air force, attempted to break the sound barrier. Strapped into an experimental craft powered by a rocket, Yeager risked his life in a bid to become the fastest man alive. This dramatic reconstruction of events uses eyewitness accounts and original footage to tell his incredible story. Martin Luther King: Death of a Dream tomorrow at the same time
New series 1/4. Cambridge University has been criticised for taking the majority of its students from white, public-school backgrounds - of its 11,000 undergraduates, only around 80 are black. This series follows nine students through their final year and into work - will a Cambridge degree open more doors for them? Tonight, law graduate Nadine Drummond finds herself the office dogsbody in a busy TV newsroom, while Annette Clarke struggles to balance her studies with the demands of her four-year-old daughter. Producer Karen Hamilton : Series producer Jackie Osei-Tutu
As the nation begins to recover from the traditional
Yuletide indulgences and diets come back on the agenda, this timely reflection on exercise illustrates our love-hate relationship with keeping fit with comedy clips from the archives. John Fashanu , Fiona Bruce and the "Green
Goddess" Diana Moran give their views on personal trainers, cross-country runs and lycra thongs, and there's a look at the personal workout regimes of Gail Porter , Jono Coleman and Lizzie Webb. Rob Brydon narrates.
Director Kate Thomas ; Series producer Kate Broome Walk a mile in my shoes: page 27
New series 1/6. Estate agents routinely top the lists of our least favourite professionals - but is their money-grabbing reputation ill-deserved? This series goes behind the scenes of an agency in London's fashionable Belsize Park, where father of two Richard Blanks is facing a crisis. Outward signs suggest that the branch is doing well, but in reality it's underfunded. He's paid on a commission-only basis, and if he doesn't make a sale, he can't pay his mortgage. Narrated by Martin Freeman.
Director Anthony Wonke : Series producer Cassie Braban
2/2. The impressions show looks at what we can expect from 2004, including Lord of the Rings Part 4, directed by Richard Curtis , and a shocking siege situation on the set of Griff Rhys Jones 's Restoration.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Ray Stubbs and Bobby George introduce highlights from day five of this year's competition. At this stage last year, England's Mervyn King secured a comfortable 3-1 victory over fellow countryman Dennis Harbour. Number three seed King later blamed his 5-2 semi-final defeat by Raymond Barneveld on air-conditioning currents interfering with his trajectory. Will he have better luck this year?
Extended highlights from the Lakeside Country Club.58717