Teeth and mouths with Lorna, Paul and Tamba.
6.30 Bob the Builder
Bob plans a surprise for Wendy.
Why is Terence being so possessive?
Spotlight falls asleep while babysitting.
Paul dons a deerstalker to track a jewel thief.
Double bill. Buster is convinced he's seen a real UFO, then Arthur learns about a different culture.
Four hopeful teams compete to become the week's champion.
Cassy and Gus travel to the centre of the earth in search of a mystical gemstone.
8.35 Even Stevens
Louis tries to manoeuvre himself closer to the cheerleading squad.
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
Uncle tracks the heat-beam talisman to a pig in Kansas.
Fun with courtroom portraits.
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
Kevin's kite gets stuck in a tree.
Fimbo finds a feather.
10.20 Come Outside
Mabel and Pippin look at clay.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Judy takes a trip to her land of birth.
Fantasy mystery starring Laurence Naismith. 1918: Christmas is approaching and a widowed mother of two has little money to spare for the children's presents. Then the mysterious Mr Blunden comes to call and offers her work in his remote country mansion. Review page 54.
Director Lionel Jeffries (1972, U)
The Chimp. When the circus disbands the duo inherit a chimpanzee. (BW)
Thriller starring Stanley Baker and Herbert Lorn. Released from prison and seeking anonymity, Tom takes a job with a firm of unscrupulous haulage contractors who stretch both drivers and regulations to the limit. Review page 54.
DirectorC C Raker Endfield (1957, PG)
Jennie Bond , Shauna Lowry and Mark Moraghan try to match properties to celebrities.
The musical Lovegrove family from Bristol seek a rural retreat in Pembrokeshire.
Brian Turner and James Martin do culinary battle.
Is Liverpool Town Hall a place to make a profit from unwanted heirlooms?
The heartless elimination quiz presented by Anne Robinson. Some of the show's most cringeworthy moments are compiled in Outtake TVon BBC1 at 8.30pm.
1, Done 2/2. Everyone is gearing up for a big change - except Will. Last ever episode of the sitcom.
If Boys Were Girls. Pregnant Lois fantasises that her wild sons have morphed into well-behaved girls. (AD)
New series 1/8. How are the English landed gentry faring in Tony Blair 's meritocratic Britain? Rather badly according to the sixth Earl of Normanton, as a documentary team records life at the Earl's ancestral seat at Somerley, a vast 7,000-acre country estate in Hampshire. Is the Earl going to suffer the indignity of selling paintings and losing his butler to the attractive offer of an American millionaire? DirectorAnthony Palmer; Producer Nigel Farrell
The hairy mallow and fringed rupturewort are just two characters that belong to the fragile family of Britain's wild and native plants. In a special edition of the programme Chris Beardshaw gets down on his hands and knees to take a closer look at some of the UK's most treasured wild flowers - some of which are on the edge of extinction. Producer Patty Kraus ; Editor Gill Tierney
New series 1/8. Two thousand traumatic years of invasion, civil war and rebellion have shaped modern Britain.
Military history and the latest computer graphics combine to evoke some of these violent events, beginning with the uprising led by Queen Boudicca against Roman rule in AD 60. Presented by father-and-son team Peter and Dan Snow. Producer Zoe Heron : Series producer Canielle Peck www.bbc.co.uk/histoiy War Walks with Richard Holmes follows on BBC4 at 10pm
RT DIRECT: the hardback book Battlefield Britain, is available for £14.99 inc p&p (RRP f 16.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Our top TV eccentrics: page 18; Fighting talk with the Snows: page 30
Griff Rhys Jones presents an update on the seven buildings across the UK that have made it to the final, plus an eighth contender, whose stay of execution has been won by being the runner-up with the most votes. The winner is announced in the live final on Sunday at Hampton Court Palace.
Producer Jean MacFarlane
Presented by Jon Sopel.
Sarah Churchwell ,
Adam Mars-Jones and John Harris join Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Stan Tracey : the Godfather of British Jazz A profile of jazz pianist, arranger and composer Stan Tracey , following his extraordinary journey from self-taught musician emerging from the war-torn streets of London to bandleader at Ronnie Scott 's during the 1960s and a career which earned him the title "the English Ellington".
Director John Akomfrah : Executive producer Mark Cooper (AD) Phill Jupitus on Stan Tracey : page 25
Tony Wilson , former owner of legendary Manchester nightclub, the Hacienda, and the Factory Records label, shows his home, a converted loft brimming with mementos, to presenter Lucy Jules.
Series producer Jules Wilson First shown on BBC3
Round-the-clock news service.
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