Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
Animation bringing the Peanuts characters to life.
6.25 Evolution: the Animated Series
There's a Genus outbreak in the Tunisian desert.
6.45 Tom and Jerry Kids
A triple bill of cat-and-mouse capers.
7.10 Beckham's Hot Shots
The England captain reveals the secrets behind the perfect cross.
7.30 Kirsten Goes the Extra Mile in India
Kirsten O'Brien organises a fun run for Sport Relief in a remote village on the subcontinent.
Presenter (Kirsten Goes the Extra Mile in India):
investigating the weather, harvesting and animals. (S)
8.30 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Jetta finds looking after her baby brother surprisingly hard work. (R) (S)
8.45 Little Red Tractor
Can Stan, Walter and Nicola convince Mr Jones not to sell Big Blue? (S)
A clockwork mouse is loose. (R) (S) (AD)
9.20 Come Outside
Investigating the Wind. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Fizz is excited about her new baby brother. (R) (S)
The best of the action from day three. With John Inverdale.
Shown yesterday at 9.30pm
Repeats are not indicated.
11.00 The Way Things Work 3 (ages 7-9) Sensors and Sensorbility
11.15 The Way Things Work 3 (ages 7-9) Telecommunication
The latest proceedings from the House of Commons.
Live coverage of the fourth day of the competition, which should see the conclusion to the second-round matches.
With Sue Barker. BBCi: extra services available to digital viewers via the red handset button
Can Suzie find an imaginative way of using the things Edie's found on her woodland walks?
Scooby Doo and Scrappy Doo
The gang face a fire god, a French chef, and an ice monster.
4.00 Looney Tunes
Speedy Gonzales races Road Runner.
4.10 Astro Boy
A malfunctioning robot terrifies humans.
12/13. Alex starts a school newspaper and uses it to attack Rudeboy's latest venture.
5.00 Short Change
The consumer show carries out more investigations.
(Rptd tomorrow at 7.30am)
Contact: [number removed] (calls 10p per min max); email [web address removed]
Continuing live coverage of the fourth day of the All England championships, which should see a conclusion to the second-round matches. At this stage last year, eventual winner Serena Williams took the next step towards a showdown in the final with sister Venus as she beat Els Callens of Belgium in straight sets.
Meanwhile, Anastasia Myskina progressed with an easy win over fellow Russian Lina Krasnoroutskaya. Myskina demolished another compatriot, Elena Dementieva, in the final of the French Open earlier this month. Will the momentum of her first grand-slam win inspire her to improve upon her best ever Wimbledon showing, reaching the fourth round last year? With Sue Barker. BBCi: 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 [web address removed]
RT's Wimbledon special: page 18; Wimbledon offers: page
Subsequent programmes may run late or change
After flying in from Los Angeles, Lionel thinks he and Jean deserve a rest. Jean, however, insists on returning to work, convinced she has overcome her jet-lag.
Writer Bob Larbey ; Producer Sydney Lotterby
Executive producer Philip Jones
The life and films of Maureen O'Hara , punk and new-wave music 1976-1979, the history of Halifax rugby league football club and classic sitcom Only Fools and Horses form the diverse range of specialist subjects facing the quartet of contestants on tonight's first-round heat of the classic quiz. Presented by John Humphrys.
The pick of the on-court action plus discussion of the top stories on day four of the tournament in SW19. Assuming the weather held out, have the seeded players been victorious or vanquished? Presented by John Inverdale , with expert analysis from a range of studio guests.
Repeated tomorrow at 10am www.bbc.co.uk/tennis
Presented by Gavin Esler.
4/4. Ben Anderson 's journey along the troubled West African coast ends in the continent's most populous country, Nigeria, which has a recent history of military coups. There, he struggles with traffic and corruption, and stumbles upon a massive oil spill that has blighted the land. First shown on BBC4
Ken Russell 's dramatisation of the rock opera by Pete Townshend and the Who. When he witnesses the murder of his father by his mother's new husband, young Tommy is rendered deaf, dumb and blind. Efforts to find a cure fail, but Tommy's life is transformed when he discovers pinball. Review page 53.
(1975,15) Film Trivia: page 45
Nora Walker Hobbs:
Group Captain Walker:
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Special Needs Go for It: Lifeskills 24293 4.00
Something Special Early years learning, using Makaton signs and symbols. Then Asperger Syndrome: a Different Mind