Pom and Ribble can hear strange noises.
6 20 Teletubbies
It's feeding time for some lambs.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Mr Bleakman jumps to the wrong conclusion.
The kids get a new teacher, then take part in an all-school spelling contest.
7.30 Blue Peter
Konnie visits a sanctuary for abandoned tortoises. Shown yesterday, 5pm, BBC1
8.00 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
The only map to the turtles' lair goes missing.
8.20 Stitch Up!
A bogus dentist and a high-street soap opera feature in today's pranks.
8.45 Looney Tunes
Double bill of animated antics.
9.00 Rule the School
2/7. The teachers-turned-pupils rehearse a funky dance routine.
Angelica prepares for the autumn festival.
The gang decorate some biscuits.
10 20 Bill and Ben
The friends want to play draughts.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Sandy the sheepdog is too busy to visit the nursery.
For cast see Wednesday BBC1
10.55 Beebie's Tails
lan Kelsey reads the story of Beebie and the Lost Sheepdog.
Storyteller ("Beebie's Tails"):
*** Fantasy mixing live action and animation. Donald Duck receives a large parcel on his birthday which enables him to make a magical journey. Review page 54.
Directors Norman Ferguson. Clyde Geronimi , Jack Kinney. Bill Roberts.
Harold Young (1944, U) Film Trivia: page 63
Ben Fogle visits a famous filming location.
Barbara Stanwyck. Kit Banion's saloon is a haven for outlaws. When a gunman claiming to be Cole
Younger arrives in town, Banion falls for him, unaware that he is a detective. Review page 54.
Director Joseph Kane (1955. U)
Highlights from last year's tournament in Augusta, Georgia. A preview of this year's event is tomorrow at 7.10pm, with live coverage Thursday 9pm.
Is there money to be made in Milton Keynes ?
Chefs Phil Vickery and Ross Burden compete.
Athespian couple from London successfully avoid the drama of interminable house-hunting by as king Nick Page to explore Gloucestershire on their behalf.
Has Cupid's arrow found its target, or is it a case of "just good friends"? The next episode follows at 7.30 on BBC3. First shown on BBC3
AA 2/8. Super Rich Roman Britain. Archaeologists excavate Iml a sumptuous mosaic and Roman villa complex hidden beneath a school playing field in Bradford-on-Avon,
Wiltshire. Who could have owned such a lavish home?
Producer Jane McWilliams ; Series producer Steve Evanson
8/10. As house prices continue to rise and an increasing number of first-time buyers find themselves priced out of the market, self-build has become an attractive option for couples like Steve and Nicky Douglas. For half the price of a ready-built property, Steve and Nicky can have a house built to their specifications. However, it's a long, arduous process which sorely tests the newlyweds' relationship.
Series producer Pete Lawrence : Executive producer Mark Hill (AD) RT SHOP: Safe as Houses - Make the Right Move, 17.99. Order on [number removed]
An episode from the Bafta TV Award-nominated drama-documentary series on technological achievements.
The Line. In 1862, President Lincoln signed the Pacific
Railroad Act, authorising the construction of a 1,800-mile railway. This led to bitter rivalry between two corporate giants as they raced to link America's east and west coasts.
Director Paul Bryers : Series producer Deborah Cadbury (AD)
Conrad Black was once one of the most powerful press barons in the world. But now he's lost control of his empire, and fellow magnates are fighting over his most prized possession, the Daily Telegraph Group, while shareholders have accused him of creaming off millions of pounds of their money. The Money Programme's award-winning reporter Jeff Randall details the Canadian-born peer's spectacular fall from grace, his lavish spending and the contenders who are battling for the right to own The Daily Telegraph.
Producer Martin Small: Series editor Clive Edwards
With Gavin Esler.
7/12. Karan Bilimoria 's parents despaired when their son turned his back on a career in the City to set up an import/export business - however, after successfully cornering the market in polo mallets, he quickly hit upon another bright idea. Realising that most lagers were too gassy to be enjoyed with that perennial British favourite, the post-pub curry, he developed a smoother alternative - Cobra Beer. Adrian Chiles shadows him as he takes his beverage to Delhi in a bold "coals to Newcastle" move.
Director/Producer Rob Finighan
n Period drama starring Linus Roache and John Hannah.
Opium and radical politics place an intolerable strain on the inspired partnership of poets Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth. Review page 54.
Director Julien Temple (2000.12)
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2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision: Maths 1
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Maths 1: Number and Measures