Is the blue galoo back in the valley?
Watching a boy digging for potatoes.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo feels slighted after KC tells the gang that he's too busy to play with them.
Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.25 Ocean Star -the Quest
3/13. Gemma accuses Trent of stealing an envelope containing rent money.
The brothers try to arrange a wedding celebration.
Today and tomorrow's episodes written by John Sayle
8.10 Mona the Vampire
Zelda the fortune-teller appears to be having a malign influence over those who meet her.
Can Fizz learn to use chopsticks?
8.50 Bob the Builder
Wendy tries her hand at decorating.
9.00 The Shiny Show
Tigs asks questions about how glass is made.
The little fella mingles with animals on a city farm.
Three ships sail through Teletubbyland.
The three Fimbles find a pop-up book.
10.20 El Nombre
Maria's bird escapes, and a game of hide and seek leads to trouble.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Lighthouse Dwellers. Troy and Phones investigate why a redundant lighthouse continues to operate.
Including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Advance of the Armadillo. How the unassuming mammal has become a successful invader. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Musical comedy starring
Fred Astaire and Joan Leslie. Misunderstandings abound when war hero Fred Atwell falls in love with a beautiful magazine photographer while on leave in New York. Review page 48.
Director Edward H Griffith (1943. U) (BW) Postponed from 7 January Puttin ' on the Ritz is tomorrow at lpm, followed by Shall We Dance at 1.15pm
Alexandra Palace , London, plays host to a valuation day. Another episode is tonight at 8pm
Ross Burden and James Tanner put a creative culinary spin on everyday ingredients.
The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace. Homer suffers a mid-life crisis and decides to become an inventor.
You Bet Your Life. The gang's trip to the University of Nevada is interrupted by the lure of a desert casino.
Adam Hart-Davis discovers how the Romans introduced literacy to this sceptred isle.
Marconi's Miracle. 12 December 1901 witnessed a breakthrough in modern communications when Guglielmo Marconi proved that wireless waves could be sent across the Atlantic. This is the story of his remarkable discovery. Director Alex Lay ; Executive producer Richard Bradley First shown on BBC4 There's three repeated episodes from 12.25am
3/4. Members of Cambridge University's small minority of black students continue their quests for the ideal career. Childhood friends Pam and Lola both attend Robinson
College. Law student Pam wants to be rich, while political science student Lola has her sights set on the music business. Producer Karen Hamilton ; Series producer Jackie Osei-Tutu
From antiques to household clutter, Paul Martin and the experts help members of the public turn unwanted items into cash. Tonight the people of Belfast offer up the contents of their cupboards and attics to Kate Alcock and Mark Stacey in the hope of auction house success.
3/6. Revealing the truth behind the adverse reputation of estate agents. London in July; it's blisteringly hot, and as the temperature rises so does Richard Blanks 's stress levels. He works on commission and is feeling the heat of a depressed property market. The sale of a top-end pad could bag him L10,000, but all he's got to keep the wolves from the door is a small flat. He needs this deal to go through. Director Anthony Wonke ; Series producer Cassie Braban
2/10. Exploring the intricate negotiations and fine balancing acts required in managing the National Trust's acquisitions. The Beach 2/2. Property manager Julian Homer faces the wrath of the villagers of Studland, Dorset, in a dispute over the long unused granary at Manor Farm. Part one of The Beatles follows on BBC4 at 10.30.
Director Patrick Forbes ; Producer Claire Kavanagh First shown on BBC4
With Jeremy Paxman. isi
The Road to Nashville. Hank Williams was a prolific writer of songs reflecting life in the rowdy "honky tonk" bars of the Texan oilfields in the 1950s. Then the influence of pop saw this rough-and-ready music give way to the sweeter Nashville sound - however, the debt to Williams is clear.
DirectorAndrew Graham-Brown ; Series editor Michael Poole
Archduke Ferdinand. A reconstruction of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
12.55 Faster than Sound. How the sound barrier was broken on 14 October 1947.
1.25 Martin Luther King. The story of Martin Luther King 's assassination on 4 April 1968. Concorde's first transatlantic supersonic flight is recalled tomorrow at 7pm
An account of a global event.
www.bbc.co.uk/ieammgzone Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Britain 1906-1918 A look at the work of two pioneering photojournalists. Followed by Britain 1500-1750.
4.00 Britain 1750-1900 How industrialisation changed the lives of the British people.