Florrie finds a comb that Ribble might find useful - but he's gone missing.
The gang watch Daniel and Stephanie making pancakes.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Charley decides he would like to lead a dog's life.
Followed by Tweenies Songtime
The gang sing / Hear Thunder.
There's a blizzard in Elwood City, and Arthur's teacher moves in with the Reads.
Including top tips on how to be a great magician.
Simulcast on CBBC channel.
8.00 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
8.30 Blue Peter
The rugby competition results, plus pancakes with a twist.
Shown yesterday 4.55pm BBC1
9.00 Out There
Aggie goes on a date and Reilly wins Fiona's heart in the most unexpected way.
9.25 Looney Tunes
A double bill starring the Road Runner, Sylvester and Wile E Coyote.
9.35 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Shredder creates an exact replica of Michelangelo.
Judy helps Jake dress as a kangaroo.
10.20 Bill and Ben
The flowerpot men cause bubble trouble.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
PC Plum loses the eggs necessary for making pancakes.
Cast on Thursday
Helpmates. Stan and Ollie clean up after a party. (BW) Another fine mess on Thursday at Ham
First-hand accounts of historical events.
Comedy starring Norman Wisdom. Norman Pitkin ,
Scotland Yard's shortest car park attendant, dreams of becoming a policeman. The force has other ideas, but Norman is determined to prove his worth - with disastrous consequences. Review page 47. Director Robert Asher (1962, U)
(BW) Norman Wisdom stars in Up in the World, tomorrow at 2pm
Then Hall of Fame Recollections of screen legend Charlie Chaplin.
Jake Robinson and Gavin Lowe make improvements to a south London dining room.
The mystery of the slashed portrait and a scary night-time encounter with hippos.
Paralympic athletes Danny Crates and Jonathan Pollock create dishes with chefs Kevin Woodford and Paul Rankin.
Make Room for Lisa. Lisa exhibits signs of stress when she is forced to share Bart's room and Marge becomes addicted to eavesdropping.
Another mix of romance and rejection in the love-triangle dating show. The next episode follows at 7.30 on BBC3. First shown on BBC3
Another investigation into a dead celebrity's possession that has become intrinsically linked with their fame.
Presented by Mark Lamarr.
New series 1/6. The Beautiful South Up North. On the road with the Hull-based band whose album Carry On up the Charts can supposedly be found in half of British homes. Will the fans take to their new singer? Can Paul Heaton stay on the wagon? And will the crowds turn out for their comeback? First shown on BBC North/North East/North West Producer Ian Cundall
2/6. Toilets. Former political spin doctor Amanda Platell offers advice on tactics and strategy to campaigners who are struggling to get their voices heard. Weather presenter Sian Lloyd also helps the British Toilet Association with its crusade to improve public toilets and make sure there are more of them. Can Platell help boost their campaign?
Producer Cara Lavan ; Series producer Bob Jefford (AD)
2/3. Eat, Drink and Be Thin. Society's obsession with weight loss and the shrewd operators who have made a fortune from feeding it are investigated in this history of the slimming industry. The western world has binged and purged its way to obesity and the food industry as well as conmen have exploited that to their own advantage. There's the story of a meal replacement linked to the deaths of over 50 dieters; how Peter Foster made millions with fake diet products; and a look at why, despite decades of dieting, the population of the western world is fatter than ever.
Producer Jenny Ash : Series producer Lucy Hillman
3/3. The Breeding Ground. At a secret location in New York, a 19-year-old al-Qaeda recruit is interrogated by the FBI. He reveals that al-Qaeda cells in South East Asia have been ordered to attack western tourists. Four months later tragedy strikes, when bombs in a Bali nightclub kill more than 200 people. This film reveals how clear intelligence of an imminent attack was ignored. And for the first time, it talks to the Bali bombers now on death row. Producer Sarah Macdonald ; Executive producer Fiona Stourton
On the Move. Dan Cruickshank investigates how transport changed dramatically over the course of 100 years.
Series producer Patricia Wheatley
With Jeremy Paxman.
Ends 2.00am. www.bbc.co.uk/four
Fascism and Football How did Hitler, Franco and Mussolini manipulate the beautiful game? Gary Lineker is among contributors. Producer Chris Granlund ; Executive producer Basil Comely
12.20 AM Kevin Lewis - the Kid As a child, Kevin Lewis was violently beaten and starved by his parents. Eventually his autobiography became a bestseller. Now he takes a a journey back to his childhood sites and seeks answers to questions. (AD)
12.55 The Secret of My Success How a corrupt political candidate uses underhand measures in his campaign to be elected to a Chinese village council. In Chinese with English subtitles.
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewlse at Home KS2 Parents and Children - English Revision support.
4.00 Revisewlse at School KS2 English.