Pre-school capers with the quartet.
Animated tales of the well-meaning rodent.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta inadvertently gives Emily Elizabeth a sweater that was a gift from her grandmother.
Taz is wrongfully accused of taking a large piece of Mr Thickly's birthday cake.
7.20 Looney Tunes
Brahms's Hungarian Rhapsody is the backdrop to the story of the three little pigs.
David and Carrie Grant are answering viewers' questions in the studio, while Blue appear in the Featured Artist film and there's a chance to catch up with the Smile Furry puppies. Plus games and cartoon fun with Arthur, Noah's Island, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel from 10.00. Hosted by Reggie Yates, Fearne Cotton and Barney Harwood.
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Lifestyle series that hears from people who completely changed their way of life and looks at ways of escaping the trials of daily life. Today the spotlight is on radical ways to change your life. With Nicki Chapman. Director Kate Dillon
Series producer Ann Banks
Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon introduce the second quarter-final, in which the Raider, Jenna Clyde , Irresistant and TinkerBot do battle.
First shown on BBC3
John Inverdale hosts the show from Leicester RFC as the Premiership reaches its penultimate weekend.
Presented by Hazel Irvine, Clare Balding and Suzi Perry.
12.50 Moto GP Suzi Perry fronts live action from the Spanish Grand Prix at Jerez de la Frontera, where Italy's Valentino Rossi will look to notch up a win in pursuit of his fourth consecutive title.
Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish commentate. British Superbikes Special is at 12.40am.
1.50, 4.00 (approx) Badminton Horse Trials Dressage, cross country and showjumping from Gloucestershire Park, where Clare Balding witnesses the major contenders for Olympic glory in action - including William Fox-Pitt ,
Jeanette Brakewell , Rodney Powell and Pippa Funnell. Michael Tucker and Lorna Clarke commentate.
3.00 World Snooker The climax of this year's championship gets underway in Sheffield, with Hazel Irvine introducing the first session of the marathon best-of-35-frames final. Will it live up to the excitement of the previous two years', which ended 18-17 and 18-16? Producer Lakviar Singh ; Editor Lawrence Duffy [web address removed]
The climax of the biennial competition that sets out to find the nation's most musically gifted youngster.
Five finalists, representing instruments from across the orchestral spectrum, have been selected from the 25-strong semi-final line-up. Each contestant will perform a concerto alongside the BBC Scottish Symphony
Orchestra - under the baton of its Israeli chief conductor
Ilan Volkov - in front of a panel of judges chaired by John Sessions and comprising Gillian Moore , Peter Jablonski , Colin Currie , Janice Graham , John Wallace and Michael Cox. During the judges' deliberations, violinist Jennifer Pike , the youngest ever winner of the title back in 2002, returns to entertain the audience with a performance.
Stephanie Hughes and Alistair Appleton will be the hosts for the evening at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh, and there's expert commentary from lain Burnside of Radio 3. Director Jonathan Haswell ; Producer Ben Weston
The two-day, best-of-35-frame final of the sport's most prestigious tournament continues at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre with frames 9-16 as the two remaining competitors battle it out for the title of 2004 world champion.
The first round saw some notable casualties: champion Ken Doherty , 2002 winner Peter Ebdon , last year's semi-finalist Stephen Lee and crowd favourite Jimmy White. With early results pointing to one of the most open championships for years, several players look good bets to lift the trophy. But who will emerge from the pack in search of the title and a first prize of £250,000?
Hazel Irvine and Ray Stubbs introduce the action, while two more ex-champions, Steve Davis and John Parrott , offer their expert insights. Commentary from Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo. BBCi: digital viewers can access a news and statistics service via the red button
Western. After rescuing a white woman from marauding Apache chief Chata, army scout Jess Remsberg discovers that Chata is preparing to launch a new attack. Setting out from Fort Concho with a platoon of new recruits, Remsberg also has a very personal score he wants to settle - to kill the man who scalped his wife. Review page 56.
Director Ralph Nelson (1966,15)
Coverage from the Snetterton course in Norfolk of the third round of the British Superbike championship, where the season's early pacesetters, Michael Rutter and John Reynolds , are likely to be among the frontrunners alongside the experienced Sean Emmett and Japanese duo Yukio Kagayama and Ryuichi Kiyonari.
Producer Rob O'Farrell ; Series producer Belinda Rogerson
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WorkSkillS in Engineering
(Repeats are not indicated)
2.00 The Complete Guide
An insight into engineering with a look at traditional industries, electronics and aerospace.
3.00 Building Bridges
Was the 1879 Tay Bridge disaster caused by the same wobble that affected London's Millennium Bridge?
4.00 Design Challenges
Why new projects should be aware of environmental issues.
5.00 Tunnels and Towers
Fred Dibnah celebrates great civil engineering.