A look at hospitals and colour.
6.30 Bob the Builder
Spud causes chaos with a paint machine.
The toys can't decide on a game to play.
A bird builds a nest on top of the lamppost.
Paul and Barry attempt to manage a B&B.
Writer Rory Clark
Double bill. Francine and Catherine are fed up. Arthur considers cheating.
Can Wiggly Wendy make the Glossy Girls proud?
Cassy tries to halt Zarlek's bid for freedom.
8.35 So Little Time
A wheelchair-using student falls for Riley.
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
Jack finds some gloves that once belonged to a pirate.
Dramatic collages made from rippedup photos.
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
A heatwave hits the sleepy town.
Florrie finds a sand timer.
10.20 Come Outside
A look at the frogs in Chester Zoo.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Milo has sprained his wrist.
Animation based on Charles M Schulz 's Peanuts comic strip. Bom loser Charlie Brown gets his chance to shine when he is invited to the national spelling bee championships in New York City. Review page 52. Director Bill Melendez (1969, U)
Race for Your Life, Charlie Brown is on Thursday at Ham
Followed by The Witness
Will the platoon's vocal chords hold up in competition? (BW)
They Came from the Sea. From the Caribbean to the Indian Ocean
- David Attenborough reveals the relentless multiplication of land crabs.
Top jockeys and glamorous socialites converge at the start of the annual five-day equestrian extravaganza high up on the Downs in West Sussex. Today's centrepiece is the Lennox Stakes at 3.15, plus there's other starts at 2.05,2.40 and 3.50.
Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad. Jim McGrath provides commentary.
Directors Steve Docherty , Gerry Morrison Editor Stephen Cook
Is there money to be made from unwanted antiques in Bradford? (Revised repeat)
Paul RankinandTonyTobindo culinary battle.
Charlie and Claire Mayne finally make a stab at establishing their restaurant business, three-and-a-half months after arriving in Costa Rica. It's a tough task, though, exacerbated by their staffs idiosyncratic ideas of "good" service.
Ed Byrne and Claudia Winkleman take the trivia quiz.
Another episode follows on BBC3. Shown last Wednesday on BBC3
Find of the Series. Another chance to see a range of British treasure-trove, from Roman gold to Iron Age coins, as a panel of experts select their favourite archaeological find. Presented by Miranda Krestovnikoff. Last in series.
Producer/Series producer Ian Potts (AD) RT DIRECT: accompanying book. £12.99. To order telephone [number removed](calls charged at national rate)
The Television. Europe boasts more TV sets than children, yet its inventors - John Logie Baird and Philo T Farnsworth - would die without acclaim. The BBC has long been synonymous with the dawning of TV, but the first public broadcaster was actually the Nazi party. Jeremy Clarkson gives his unique take on how television has shaped our world. Producer Ingrid Kvale ; Executive producer Michael Mosley (AD)
5/8. North. More sites in need of renovation: Gayle Mill in the Yorkshire Dales, an 18th-century water mill that was first used to process cotton: Sheffield Manor Lodge, situated among the ruins of the once-great Tudor house; and Lion Saltworks at Marston in Cheshire. Vote for your favourite building by calling [number removed] (Calls charged at 50p - a minimum of 34p from every call will go to the Restoration Fund). Lines for this episode open at 2am this morning and close at midnight tomorrow. Presented by Griff Rhys Jones. Restoration Nation follows at 10pm on BBC4. Producer Jonathan Barker ; Series editor Katie Boyd DONATION DETAILS: To donate. please phone [number removed] (calls charged at national rate), or send cheques payable to 'The Restoration Fund" to The Restoration Fund, PO Box 7000, Manchester M60 3HE
RESTORATION MAGAZINE: free with the August issue of Homes & Antiques, f3. 10, and BBC History, £3.25
Griff Rhys Jones is seduced by concrete: page 26
4/7. The Greasy Pole. Humphrey tries to persuade Jim to support a proposal that should be economically sound for the country, but disliked by parliament. Guest-starring Brenda Blethyn. The next episode is on BBC4 at llpm.
Writers Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn : Producer Peter Whitmore
With Gavin Esler.
I Hate the Sixties: the Decade That Was Too Good to Be True The myth of the Swinging Sixties has largely persisted unchallenged to this day. It's certainly true that this was an era of revolution, where the bulwarks of the establishment were cast down. However, according to contributors David Aaronovitch , Peter Hitchens and Sir Peregrine Worsthorne , what really emerged was a fragmented and feckless society, one which bequeathed a scarred landscape and a set of incoherent social precepts. Showing in the Time Shift strand. Producer Gerry Dawson : Executive producer Michael Poole
Repeated with sign language on Thursday at 12.30am on BBC4
Drama with Mike Nichols and Miranda Richardson. In an unnamed country on the brink of conflict, an intellectual finds himself increasingly at odds with the harsh regime. Review page 52. Director David Hare (1997) (Analogue W) Mike Nichols directs Silkwood on Thursday at 11.20pm
Youth Season Topics relevant to teenagers are explored in the first of three nightly programmes. Repeats are not indicated
2.00 Alternative Takes: Teenagers Talk Back 1
Part 1. Youngsters' efforts to curb their excessive drinking and smoking are followed in Giving Up for Good.
Part 2. The Soul Owner- a focus on horror and the extreme.