Pom finds a row of musical stepping stones.
The friends watch some colourful costumes being made for a carnival.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Vaz gets a new satellite dish.
Tom and Jerry Kids
Triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.25 Ocean Star - the Quest
4/13 Trent and Karla team up and finally discover some evidence.
The brothers go to Egypt to find a lost pyramid.
8.10 Mona the Vampire
A terrifying creature is at large.
Fizz finds out how useful a stick can be.
8.50 Bob the Builder
Bob prepares for a competition.
9.00 The Shiny Show
The puppets visit a bird sanctuary.
The little fellow pays a visit to the playgroup.
Po has a naughty day spent going round and round as well as up and down.
Fimbo finds a pair of joke teeth.
10.20 El Nombre
Double bill. The fair arrives in Santa Ramingo, then there's a power cut.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
A compilation of slapstick and double entendres from the Carry On films.
More news from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Thunderbirds. Exploring the life of Africa's sociable ground hornbill, one of the world's longest-living birds.
The consequences of being in debt and how to get out of such a financial spiral. Hey Big Spender! is at 9pm on BBC1
Romantic melodrama showing as part of the James Mason season.
Model Leonora Eames fulfils her social ambitions when she weds millionaire Smith Ohlrig. But Leonora is soon forced to take desperate measures to escape his insane jealousy.
Review page 46. (1949, U) (BW)
(Lord Jim can be seen tomorrow at 1pm)
Film Highlights: p41; Film Trivia: p49
Reader Offer: James Mason videos/DVDs: page 49
Followed by Hall of Fame
Featuring Laurence Olivier.
The city of Nimes in France is where contestants are seeking antiques today, which they hope to sell back in Britain.
Brian Turner and Nick Nairn put a creative culinary spin on everyday ingredients.
Lisa Gets an A. Lisa cheats in an exam.
Where There's a Will, There's a Way 2/2. Carlton is shocked to hear that the woman of his dreams, Jackie, is a childhood friend of Will. Tyra Banks guests.
Adam Hart-Davis visits the first house in the world to be equipped with an electric lightbulb.
Romanovs. 16 July 1918 saw the final moments of Tsar Nicholas II, his family and servants, and the beginning of one of the most bloody periods of Russia's history.
First shown on BBC4 There's two repeated episodes from lam
4/4. Final exams loom large: law student Lucy Bernard was the only one at her state school to go to Cambridge and she is desperate to prove herself with a first. Meanwhile, Sasha Morgan , who receives a first, discovers the true value of experience, and Harvard Scholar Damien Williams has the annual dinner to plan and host, as well as studying. Producer and Series producer Jackie Osei-Tutu
Paul Martin and the experts help members of the public turn unwanted items into cash. Tonight the people of Eastbourne in East Sussex offer up the contents of their cupboards and attics to Mark Stacey and James Lewis.
Series producer John Miller ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
4/6. Lettings provide the fast buck in estate agency but at Greene & Co the department is in chaos. Its most experienced negotiator has resigned, leaving a 21-year-old angling for promotion. If he gets his way both he and the office junior will earn more money, but will they last the course?
Director Jennie Cosgrove ; Series producer Cassie Braban
3/10. Exploring the intricate negotiations and fine balancing acts required in managing the National Trust's acquisitions. The Beatles 1/2. The semi where John Lennon lived for 18 years and wrote some of the early Beatles hits is now open to the public. This is the inside story of the Trust's makeover of Lennon's house, donated by his widow Yoko Ono. But does it really sit comfortably alongside other architectural wonders the Trust protects? Part two of this episode follows on BBC4 at 10.30.
Director Patrick Forbes : Producer Claire Kavanagh First shown on BBC4
With Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights of today's games. Tunisia play DR Congo, while Rwanda take on Guinea. Coverage of Cameroon v
Zimbabwe is tomorrow at 7.15pm on BBC3.
The experiences and consequences of being a Czech Jewish child during the Holocaust. In Czech with English subtitles.
Director Vojtech Jasny Broken Silence: / Remember is at the same time tomorrow
Nixon 's Last Day. The story of 8 August, 1974, disgraced President Nixon's last day in the White House.
1.30 Black September. On 6 September 1970 Palestinian terrorists hijacked three passenger planes. The first nuclear chain reaction is recalled tomorrow at 7pm
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 History - the First World War Archive footage and documentary evidence describe the real effects of the war.
4.00 History - American West The search for land and gold. Followed by Arab/Israeli Conflict 81436 (non-PDC)