Pre-school fun with the inquisitive quartet.
While exploring in the jungle, Binka gets lost.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Cleo learns that good friends usually forgive and forget.
Taz-Mania Taz has developed a terrible addiction. (AD)
7.20 Looney Tunes Sylvester has to work with a dog if they are to cut the chains binding them.
7.30 Smile Aaron from boy band V is the star guest in today's Pop Art. there's more of viewers' Pet Pals, plus games including Bandit Bites, Bouncer Boy and Nev It Up.
Cartoons include Noah's Island, Arthur, Jackie Chan Adventures,
UGetMe and Cavegirl. Presented by Barney Harwood and Mohini Sule. Aiso on the CBBC channel from 10.00. Director Ian Trill ; Producer Jayne Stanger www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/smile
Taking the stress out of life is the inspiration this week as presenter Nicki Chapman meets more individuals who have abandoned the rat race in favour of peace and solitude.
Director Kate Dillon ; Executive producer Jay Hunt
There's the Rub 1/2. Hilary and Carlton volunteer to help out at a homeless shelter over Thanksgiving.
12.35 There's the Rub 2/2. Will and uncle Phil are arrested at a massage parlour.
Presented by Steve Rider and Steve Cram.
1.10 British Superblkes A chance to catch u p with the latest motorsport action from Knockhill in Scotland as the championship reaches round eight. Charlie Cox and Steve Parrish are the commentators. There's World Superbikes action from America tomorrow at 11.20pm
1.40 Golf Live coverage from
Loch Lomond of the final round in the Scottish Open. Ernie Els topped the leaderboard at the end of the fourth day's play last year, winning his second Scottish Open title in four years. Commentary by Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Alex Hay, Beverly Lewis, Julian Tutt, Wayne Grady.
All eyes turn to Troon this Thursday for the 133rd British Open. Coverage starts 9am.
5.00 Athletics Day two of the Olympic trials, taking place at the new Sportcity Arena in Manchester. The top two finishers in each event can secure their place in Athens and pick up the AAA title at the same time. Sprinter Christian Malcolm , 400m star Daniel Caines and Commonwealth 400m hurdles champion Chris Rawlinson are expected to be on show. Presented by Steve Cram, with Stuart Storey, Paul Dickenson, Jonathan Edwards, Brendan Foster, Sally Gunnell and Colin Jackson.
Television presentation Paul Davies and Barbara Slater (golf) and Martin Webster (athletics)
Forts and Castles. Dibnah considers the development of castles, from early Iron Age forts to secret underground tunnels used during the Second World War. At Hadrian's Wall, he marvels at the design of Roman toilets, while, in Warwick, he joins a band of medieval knights as they attempt to test the castle's defences. Another edition can be seen on Thursday at 7.30pm.
7/10. While Jeremy Clarkson takes the Spyker C8 Spyder out for a spin, Richard Hammond and James May try their hand at minicabbing as well as road-testing two new
MPVs - the Renault Scenic and the Ford C-Max. The Star in a Reasonably Priced Car slot is taken over this week by easy-listening American superstar Lionel Richie.
Executive producer Gary Hunter ; Series editor Andy Wilman
The survival expert offers actor Ewan McGregor the chance
I to go on a trek of a lifetime in this one-off documentary, first shown in 2001 with the title of Trips Money Can't Buy. The star rises to the challenge and joins Mears on a trip deep into the Honduranjungle, where they are accompanied by explorer Dr Chris Begley of the University of Kentucky.
After just a few basic lessons in survival, the team set off in search of a lost civilisation. How will the Hollywood hero cope with all that the Central American rainforest throws at him, including the ankle-deep mud?
Producer Ben Southwell ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst (AD)
9/13. Butterfingers. When a retired baseball player tries to take his own life, he puts in motion a chain reaction that opens up some horrific old wounds and reverses history for those - living and dead - who inhabit the hospital. The next episode follows at 10.40Dm on BBC3.
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As well as nominations for best weather presentation at the Channel Nine TV awards ceremony, there's a deaf stuntman getting carried away on a motorbike, Competitive Dad challenging his son to a tennis match and the Suit You tailors getting their comeuppance via a customer who is even more perverse and uninhibited than they are.
Director Mark Mylod ; Producers Paul Whitehouse , Charlie Higson
Comedy western starring Paul Newman. A small town in Texas prospers when its self-appointed judge begins to rob visitors and kill anyone with money. But the community grows tired of his violent ways. Review page 43.
Director John Huston (1972.15)
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WorkSkills: Get Reading, Get Writing Rpts not indicated.
2.00 Learn the Basics Being a basic skills tutor. 69928 3.00 Reading Skills Helping adults to improve their literacy and numeracy. 66980 4.00 Getting Published Novelists talk of their struggles to get their work in print. 23763 5.00 Ask the Authors Children's authors discuss their work.