Fimbo finds an alarm clock to wake up Roly
The quartet watch Andy feeding swans
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta learns to respect other people's privacy.
Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
7.25 Out There
A homesick Aggie looks after an injured fox.
Paul and Barry help out at the rest home.
Writers Rory Clark and Robert Taylor
The gang have to cook for Earl Stephanie.
Max meets talented circus performers.
8.50 Bob the Builder
Lofty conquers his fears to save the day.
9.00 The Shiny Show
Dogsby hosts a quiz on fixing cars.
9.20 Bill and Ben
Slowcoach's cousin is not wanted.
Po gets blown all over Teletubbyland.
Teletubbies magazine: Â£1.50
Pom has an extremely smelly sock.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Risque clips from the innuendo-laden films.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Pod's Mission (ages 8-9) Year 4: Food Chains
11.05 Megamaths (ages 7-8)
Problem Solving (programme three) 4546176 11.20 Maths
Challenge (ages 9-10) TV Workout Year 5 Zeros
Advice on how to deal with expensive utility bills. A Working Lunch special. Cash
Commandos, tomorrow 12.30pm BBC1
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7)
Money- Coin Equivalents to lOp 19646094 1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) Consonant Clusters - Boo!
Part-animated adventure starring James Mason and Billie Whitelaw. Orphan Tom and his dog Toby discover an underwater world, and meet the strangest of allies in their quest to find the mysterious Water Babies. Review page 46. Director Lionel Jeffries (1978, U)
James Mason in Caught, tomorrow 2pm Film Highlights: page 41
A nurse clears the house of her husband's clutter seven years after he died.
Antiques from Pezenas, France, are hawked round a London market.
James Martin and James Tanner join in the foody fun.
D 'oh-in' in the Wind. Homer makes a failed bid to become a latter-day hippie after visiting a commune.
Where There's a Will, There's a Way 1/2. As the college year begins, Will and Carlton move into their own apartment. Concludes tomorrow.
Adam Hart-Davis shows how 19th-century Britons struggled to accept ground-breaking scientific theories.
Free Nelson Mandela. The release of the former ANC leader on 11 February 1990 after 28 years in jail. Director Srik Narayanan ; Executive producer Richard Bradley
First shown on BBC4 Two more episodes are repeated at lam BBC BOOK: Days That Shook the World, £19.99
4/6. Earth is regularly bombarded by objects from outer space and in Arizona, the renowned Meteor Crater is the result of one such collision. The five scientists' challenge is to work out the size of both the meteor that struck
America and a lunar crater. Presented by Kate Humble.
Directors Alexis Girardet , Milla Harrison ; Series producer Jonathan Renouf Adam Hart-Davis on craters: page 19
4/6. In wartime, people have gone to extraordinary lengths in their efforts to use the weather as a weapon. Dick Strawbridge illustrates how the Japanese built and sent bombs to America by balloon, and tries to harness solar energy in order to make a sun cannon -the brainchild of an unknown German inventor. Plus an encounter with two "decoy men" -the only Second World War servicemen who actively tried to attract enemy bombs. Series producer Lynn Barlow ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
The winter of 1984-5 saw Britain's beleaguered mining communities torn apart as Arthur Scargill 's National Union of Mineworkers waged war with the Thatcher government. As striking miners fought with their working counterparts, pickets locked horns with police in some of the most violent confrontations in British industrial history. Five young men from a Yorkshire village were thrown into the mayhem and this documentary follows the five "flying pickets" through their year of living dangerously. Capturing the huge passions aroused by the strike, the film also examines its irrevocable impact on Britain's future. Contains strong language.
Producer Steve Condie ; Executive producer Fiona Stourton
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of today's group D games, in which Nigeria took on Morocco and South Africa played Benin. Coverage of Tunisia v DR Congo is tomorrow 7.15pm, BBC3.
To mark National Holocaust Memorial Day, Jewish survivors who settled in South America relate their experiences of life under the Nazis in a film from director
Luis Puenzo. In Spanish with English subtitles. Broken Silence: Hell on Earth is tomorrow at the same time
Lockerbie. The tragedy of Pan-Am flight 103's doomed flight on 21 December 1988.
1.30 Birth of Israel. Jewish leaders' declaration of independence from Palestine on 14 May 1948. The end of the Romanov dynasty is recalled tomorrow at 7pm
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise at Home Science. Revision support for parents and students preparing for the KS2 tests.
4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home Science.