The Charlie Brown and Snoopy
Show Lucy thinks that Charlie Brown walks in a funny way.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
Ira faces the Genus at a gladiatorial showdown in Rome.
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids A triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.10 Beckham's Hotshots A useful masterclass on ball control with the England captain.
7.30 Really Wild Show Cracking down on the illegal trade in wild animals at Miami airport.
Shown yesterday at 5pm
Including a look at animals in hot climates. (S)
8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog: Cleo Gets a Cone
Cleo makes a rash assumption about a dog's character. (R) (S)
8.45 Little Red Tractor: Dog Gone
Patch the dog falls over a clifftop. (S)
9.00 Fimbles: Blue Cloth
Is the Blue Galoo back in the valley? (R) (S)
9.20 Come Outside: Snails
Following some snails' trails. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
9.40 Tweenies: Fizz's Surprise
Fizz is excited - will she have a new brother or sister by the end of the day? (R) (S)
Highlights of Ladies' Day, introduced by John Inverdale.
Shown yesterday, 9.30pm
News from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Continued live coverage of today's second-round matches from south-west London. At this stage last year, America's Venus Williams dismissed
Slovenia's Katarina Srebotnik in straight sets 6-4, 6-1. But will the 2000/2001 champion be guaranteed such smooth progress at this year's event? With Sue Barker. BBCi: extra services available to digital viewers via the red handset button www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
RT's Wimbledon special: page 18
Balamory The nursery children meet their primary-school buddies. Writer Pam Wardell BBC PRODUCTS: Balamory: Days Out, video £7 .99, from www.bbcshop.com
Scooby Doo and Scrappy Doo
An encounter with an evil magician, hair-raising stunts, and a creepy Egyptian mummy.
4.00 Looney Tunes
Sylvester climbs a beanstalk to find Tweety, but fails to consider the Giant.
4.10 The Mummy
The O'Connells race to track down the Medallion of the Medjai in Venice.
4.30 The Fairly Odd Parents
Timmy wishes for kung fu skills to combat a greedy bully.
Who can stop the mighty Masked Dictator?
The story continues on Friday at 4.45pm.
Cast on Friday
5.00 Blue Peter
How a classic episode that was thought to be lost forever was salvaged.
Continued coverage of the second-round singles matches from the grass courts of the All England Club.
Last year, Greg Rusedski surrendered a place in the third round - and his composure - after a thrilling second-round clash against American power server Andy Roddick. The fifth seed took the first two sets 7-6, 7-6, but his
British rival staged an impressive comeback with an early lead in the third. However, the umpire refused to allow a let after a rogue call from the crowd broke Rusedski's concentration -this lead to an expletive-laden outburst for which the British number two was later fined L1500.
Roddick then went on to claim the third and final set 7-5.
Elsewhere, Belgian numbertwo seed Kim Clijsters beat
France's Virginie Razzano in straight sets 6-1, 6-3, while eventual men's champion Roger Federer warmed up after a slow start to power his way past Austrian number one
Stefan Koubek with a 7-6, 6-1, 6-1 win. SBCi: digital viewers can select action from up to seven extra courts. plus a range of other services including live scores, results and news, by pressing the red button on their handset. For up-to-the-minute clips, comprehensive coverage and a Tardis Tennis game visit www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
RT's Wimbledon special: page 18; Wimbledon offers: page
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
A visit to a food festival in the Yorkshire Dales is followed by soup au pistou washed down with a well-made Bloody Mary. There's also a meeting with a fish merchant in Edinburgh as chef Rick Stein - accompanied by Chalky the dog- makes a gastronomic pilgrimage around Britain. Director/Producer David Pritchard (AD) BBC BOOKS: Rick Stein 's Fruits of the Sea and Rick Stein 's Seafood Lovers' Guide, £12.99 each, both available from www.bbcshop.com
3/31. The quiz's new nightly run continues. The life and music of George Gershwin , western Europe in the Dark Ages AD 400-800, Philip Pullman 's His Dark Materials trilogy and US manned space flights 1961-1975 are the specialist subjects of tonight's four first-round contestants braving the black chair. John Humphrys asks the questions. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh www.bbc.co.uk/mastermind
As day three draws to a close at south-west London's annual festival of tennis, John Inverdale and studio guests survey the day's results and highlights.
Repeated tomorrow at 10am www.bbc.co.uk/wimbledon
In-depth analysis of the day's top news stories, with Gavin Esler.
3/4. Ben Anderson continues his journey along the hazard-strewn West African coast, an area synonymous with wars, drugs, diamonds and corruption. In impoverished Ivory Coast, he explores a Catholic basilica that's taller than the Vatican in Rome, while in Benin -one of the region's most stable democratic countries - he discovers voodoo leaders are still held in high esteem. The series concludes tomorrow at 11.20pm. First shown on BBC4 (AD)
Urban drama. The youthful dreams of some musical south Londoners are put to the test as band members face up to challenges that ultimately lead to tragedy. Review page 50. Director John Strickland (1998, 18)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Special Needs Go for It: Relationships Helping youngsters with severe learning difficulties to become aware of their own identities, emotions and sexuality. 12453 4.00 Special
Needs Go for It: Choices Advice on everyday activities, including shopping and eating out, for young people with severe learning difficulties.