Florrie's shadow won't do what it should.
A butterfly appears in Teletubbyland.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
The friends get smelly.
The construction of the world's largest ocean liner.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.25 Out There
Aggie causes a major problem for Ellen in part two of the veterinary drama.
Paul and Barry go batty in church.
Bob has to pretend to be a falcon.
What's inside Milo's box?
8.50 Bob the Builder
Spud makes mischief with paint.
9.00 The Shiny Show
Tigs and pals learn about babies.
9.20 Bill and Ben
Garden Gnome needs a friend.
The 'Tubbies watch kids making bubbles. (S)
Pom brings the beach to Fimble Valley.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A Nut for Marineville. Can an eccentric professor improve
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Year 4: Bones and Muscles
9141226 11.05 Megamaths (ages 7-8) Problem Solving (programme one) 4971868 11.20 Maths Challenge (ages 9-10) TV Workout Year5-
Multiples and Factors
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1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7)
Money -Coin Recognition to lOp 66991526 1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7)
Consonant Clusters - One Duck Stuck
Norman Wisdom comedy. A filing clerk creates havoc on a diplomatic mission to
Geneva. Review page 47.
Director John Paddy Carstairs (1955, U) (BW) Norman Wisdom stars in Just My Luck, tomorrow at 2pm
Film Highlights: page 40
Can order be restored to the McCleods' large family house in Ipswich by Dawna Walter and Mark Franks ?
Manchester's majestic town hall hosts the show.
Lesley Waters and TonyTobin take the challenge. BBC BOOK: The Top 100 Recipes from Ready Steady Cook. 112.99
Bart to the Future. Lisa as President? Shocks are in store for Bart when he learns of the future.
Robbing the Banks. Will persuades Uncle Phil to hire an ex-con as the family's new handyman. Another episode is tomorrow at 6.20pm
Adam Hart-Davis looks at how superior weaponry allowed the Roman invaders to conquer our country.
Lockerbie, Bound for New York on 21 December 1988,
Pan-Am flight 103 never reached its destination. Instead all 259 people on board and 11 residents of a Scottish town met their end in what remains Britain's worst air disaster. Director Paul Overton The birth of Israel is chronicled at the same time tomorrow
2/6. Kate Humble challenges her five-strong team of boffins to find a way of carrying a voice on a sunbeam, develop a pen that works in zero gravity and make a plaque that can send a message into deep space.
Directors Alexis Girardet. Milla Harrison : Series producer Jonathan Renouf
2/6. How did an aniseed ball and a condom help sink enemy ships? Ex-Army Colonel Dick Strawbridge reveals the secrets of the Mark I limpet mine and the underwater canoes that deployed them in the Second World War. He also learns about exploding camel dung, disguises a tank as a lorry and shows how magic was used to hide the Suez Canal from the air.
Series producer Lynn Barlow ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
2/3. Secrets are shared as the unemployed men on a gruellingjob-training course focus on team-building. The American trainers have whittled the original 12 to nine and now the lads learn to trust each other - but one ends up wishing he hadn't shared. Contains strong language.
Director Luisa Diaz ; Executive producer David Upshal
The Bentley Continental GT is among tonight's highlights. Richard Hammond shows how to escape a submerged car, a Sea Harrier takes on a Saab Hot Aero, and Marion and Geoff Rob Brydon is the "star in a reasonably priced car". With Jeremy Clarkson and James May.
Series producer Peter McCann : Series editor Andy Wilman Top Gear magazine, £3.50; BBC DVD: Top Gear: Back in the Fast Lane, £15.99
With Jeremy Paxman.
A unique insight into how the world appears to a child with autism is provided by 14-year-old Luke, on a crusade to enhance awareness of his condition. Meanwhile, mother Jacqui tries to improve their life of her four autistic sons.
Director Fran Landsman : Executive producer Jenny Abbott
Sars - the True Story. Stock markets collapsed, millions fled affected areas and panic took a grip. But was it necessary or an overreaction? Horizon talks to the World Health Organisation's response team. Producers Sue Learoyd and Jackie Higgins : Series editor Matthew Barrett
On the Lash. Why do some alcoholic drinks act faster than others, and how do they heat the hormones? Dr John Marsden investigates the nation's favourite drug. Director Helen Seaman: Series producer Judith Bunting
First shown on BBC3
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewlse at Home English. An introduction to KS2 tests begins with revision for reading, grammar, punctuation and spelling. 36085 4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home English