Fimbo makes music with a triangle.
The Tubbies play a "stop and go" game.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Lovelorn T-Bone tries to impress Mimi the poodle.
Followed by Tweenies Songtime
The friends find a confusing object, then Arthur and Buster try to copy each other.
Daily live magazine, featuring Vinnie the ferret, magic tricks and perilous stunts with Dangerous Derek. Also showing on CBBC channel.
8.00 The Scooby, Scrappy and Yabba Doo Show
A car thief, a cat burglar and river pirates keep the canine adventurers busy.
8.30 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
9.00 Ocean Star - the Quest
8/13. The gang pick up a vital clue on a trek in the outback.
9.25 Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny acts out The Barber of Seville, and a mad scientist wants Daffy Duck for an experiment.
9.35 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Donatello and Rocksteady are abducted by an alien.
Jake and Fizz decide to brush the dogs.
BBC VIDEO: Tweenies: Let's Play, Â£9.99
A game of hide-and-seek on a tropical island.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Spencer agrees to clear some leaves for a neighbour.
For cast see Thursday
News from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
The Eagle Empire. A look at the remarkable hunting skills of the sea eagle, Britain's largest bird of prey.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch Adrian Chiles fronts a new series of So What Do You Do All Day? tonight at 7pm
Norman Wisdom as a window cleaner who causes chaos when he stumbles upon a plot to kidnap the wealthy heir of a country mansion. Review page 48.
Director John Paddy Carstairs (1956, U) (BW)
Two marmosets move into Pets' Corner at Longleat. With
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble. 3794i
Guest chefs are Lesley Waters and Phil Vickery.
Elimination quiz, hosted by Anne Robinson. www.bbc.co.uk/weakestlink
Maximum Homerdrive. Homer and Bart race against time to complete a dead trucker's final delivery.
Will incurable romantics find their perfect partner or be cruelly rejected? The next episode follows at 7.30 on BBC3. First shown on BBC3
Exploring dead celebrities' famous possessions.
New series 1/12. Lynne Franks. The PR guru and reputed inspiration for Edina in Ab Fab has renounced the showbiz set in favour of meditation and a New-Age lifestyle which she is promoting through self-help books. Adrian Chiles shadows her for a day - and sorely tests her new-found serenity when he accidentally breaks one of her valuable plates.
Producer/Director Rob Finighan
4/8. Working days lost to British businesses through stress cost an estimated £3.7 billion per year- but are our lives really so taxing, or are we becoming a nation of skivers? The Money Programme monitors the anxiety levels of a plumber, a working mum and a share trader, and examines the consequences of prolonged periods of stress.
Producer Libby Turner ; Series editor Clive Edwards
2/10. Annabel Claridge has lived in the same flat in Fulham, west London for the past 21 years, but has often dreamt of building a flat-packed, New England-style wooden house in the English countryside. Now it's time for action. Estate agent Emma Basden and builder Jason Maloney follow the ups and downs of her ambitious project.
Series producer Pete Lawrence : Executive producer Mark Hill (AD) RT SHOP: accompanying book. Safe as Houses: Make the Right Move,
17.99. To order call [number removed] (national rate) Going it alone: page 29
New series 1/3. Clare Short. Three politicians get a reality check as they swap the corridors of power for unfamiliar territory. Ex-cabinet minister Clare Short is no stranger to the odd political skirmish - but can she cope with teaching a class of 30 boisterous teenagers at a tough south-London comprehensive? Narrated by Lynda Bellingham.
Producers/Directors Alison Cahn and Charlotte Desai (AD) See also Clare Short - the Conscientious Objector at llpm on BBC4 Short report: page 24
7/10. The Lord 1/2. Behind the scenes at Waddesdon
Manor in Buckinghamshire, home to the wealthy Rothschild family, following the audacious theft of priceless objets d'art. The next episode follows at 10.30 on BBC4. Director Patrick Forbes ; Producer Claire Kavanagh
First shown on BBC4 (AD)
With Jeremy Paxman.
Ends 1.00am. www.bbc.co.uk/four
Artie Shaw - Quest for Perfection A profile of the clarinettist and band leader, one of the greatest musicians of the Swing era.
Producer John Warburton ; Executive producer Graham Pass
The lives of the Communist Party Secretary and the manager of a Chinese railway station in the run up to Chinese New Year. In Chinese with English subtitles.
Director Jiang Yue ; Executive producer Nick Fraser
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Technology Designing Your Future: careers in the UK. ICT in the Real World 89171 (non-PDC) 4.00 PSHE Three dramas exploring peer pressure, sexual stereotyping, victimisation and individuality. 82442 5.30 Turning Points Alcohol Misuse: Nick's Story. Young people and alcohol abuse. 1333084 5.50 L8R2 2 Interactive resource on teenage dilemmas.