Pre-school fun with the inquisitive quartet.
David Jason narrates another story of the welkneaning mouse.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo learns how important friends can be.
The Platypus Brothers discuss films and Jake demands Taz's company. (AD)
7.20 Looney Tunes
Harebrained animated antics.
VS present their new video and answer viewers' questions. There's also a chance to catch up with the Smile Furry rabbits for the final time, and who's the newest member of Nev's Birthday Bear Club?
Plus the usual games, and fun with Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures, UGetMe and Cavegirl.
With Fearne Cotton and Barney Harwood. Also on the CBBC channel from 10.00.
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Four of the greatest FightBox warriors enter the arena to contest the tournament's grand final and become supreme champion. Hosted by Trevor Nelson and Lisa Snowdon.
First shown on BBC3
A Decent Proposal. After getting shot, in a moment of vulnerability Will proposes to Lisa.
Presented by Steve Rider from Wentworth, and John Inverdale.
01.35 Cycling Action from the world track championships at the 250m Siberian pine track in Melbourne. Britain's finest will be vying to get among the medals and earn qualification to the Olympic Games, including defending individual pursuit champion Bradley Wiggins. Jill Douglas presents the action, with Hugh Porter in the commentary box.
1.00 Tennis At the Roland Garros stadium in Paris it's the middle weekend of the French Open, this year's second Grand Slam event. Fought out on its distinctive red clay courts, both men's and women's singles are at the third-round stage.
3.00 Golf The PGA championship, the European Tour's flagship event, reaches its climax on Wentworth's famed fairways in Surrey.
The successor to last year's winner, Ignacio Garrido , of Spain, stands to pocket a cheque for more than L400,000 by the end of play today. There are also vital Ryder Cup points on offer for Europe's finest golfers looking to secure a place on the team for the autumn showdown with the United States. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Alex Hay, Ken Brown, Julian Tutt, Maureen Madill and Paul Eales. Producer Lakviar Singh Editor Ron Chakraborty
An episode from the first series of the vintage comedy.
The Psychiatrist. Betty suggests that Frank should seek professional help when he loses his latest job.
Writer Raymond Allen ; Producer Michael Mills
4/6. Wolfgang Petersen's dramatisation of wartime novel Das Boot. U-96 has fired on a British convoy and a destroyer forces them to dive. In German with English subtitles. Episodes five and six follow at 8pm on BBC4.
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4/10. Can Jeremy Clarkson drive from London to
Edinburgh and back in an Audi A8, on one tank of fuel? James May races a homing pigeon in the new Sportka, and there's also a game of car darts.
Executive producer Gary Hunter : Series editor Andy Wilman
4/6. As England goalkeeper David James settles into life at Manchester City, Kieron Dyer drops in on friends at
Ipswich, and in the garden of Chelsea's Eidur Gudjohnsen three generations gather to play football. At Weymouth
Steve Claridge and Ian Ridley begin to realise the season isn't going to be a smooth ride after all, and at Blackburn Youth Academy a wealth of young talent is revealed.
Director Ian Denyer ; Producer Serena Bird
4/13. The West Side of Midnight. The ex-wife of Dr Traff dies from a heart attack in his care, while his son has a dream involving the anteater. Episode five follows on BBC3.
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4/6. Vince gets a visit from the vicar when his graveyard is desecrated, while Errol is getting paranoid about the fact he may be boring as the offbeat comedy continues.
Writers Sean Lock , Mark Jones and Martin Trenaman ; Director Mark Nunneley Producer Phil Bowker First shown on BBC3
Policemen Connor Mclntyre:
The seventh annual Ethnic Multicultural Media Awards, hosted by broadcaster Rageh Omaar. Nominees include Tom Cruise , Norah Jones , The Passion of the Christ, The Kumars at No 42 and Canterbury Tales. Plus tributes to Bruce Lee and Bill Morris. Music from Jamelia and Lemar.
Director Ian Hamilton ; Executive producer Bobby Syed
A double bill of action from the fifth round of the World and British championships. World Superbikes sees Sheffield's James Toseland continuing his quest to become champion. At Ireland's Mondello Park, John Reynolds is looking to stay on track for a hat-trick of British titles.
Series producer Belinda Rogerson
WorkSkills for Adult Learners Repeats are not indicated.
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