What's the link between carnivals and frogs?
6.30 Bob the Builder
Dizzy gets all mixed up.
Tubb becomes a brave frog prince.
Will Cyber Lampy make the others obsolete?
The twins mind a museum - and its creepy mummy.
Writers Simon Littlefield, George Poles
Francine launches her own newspaper, then DW's backpack is stolen.
Game show in which CGI-based creatures compete in a series of challenges.
The novice wizards travel to LogikUS Null.
8 35 Even Stevens
Will Tawny ask Louis to be her date?
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
The nefarious Daolon disrupts a game of American football.
9.25 Bring It On
How will amateur cheerleaders Fran Beauman and Ania Dykczak fare in a contest in North Carolina?
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
Eric boards a hot-air balloon.
Presenter ("Bring In On"):
Presenter ("Bring In On"):
Can Pom's fan keep the gang cool? (AD)
10.20 Come Outside
How do bakers make bread?
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The pals all learn a new skill.
Futuristic fantasy adventure. Teenagers Jada and Adam join a group of adventurers leaving their post-apocalypse land in search of a haven known as New Eden. Review page 50. Director Brendan Maher (1997)
Stan and Ollie join the Foreign Legion in an attempt to forget Stan's ill-fated affair. (BW)
Knockabout comedy starring Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. The Sunshine Boys head for the south of France in their vintage car, where they become involved with jewel thieves and a beautiful woman. Review page 50. Director Cliff Owen (1966. PG)
Then Hall of Fame Grace Kelly.
Guest panellists William Hague , Matthew Kelly , Michael Gambon and Lucy Speed test the breadth oftheirvocabulary.
How will antiques bought at markets in the French city of Montpellier fare at an auction back in Britain?
Chefs Paul Rankin and Tony Tobin take the 20-minute culinary challenge.
The lofty Pannier Market in Barnstaple, Devon, is the venue for today's valuation day.
Elimination quiz hosted by Anne Robinson.
Clubba Hubba. The first of four nightly visits to California. Will tries to impress a country-dub girl. Guest-starring
Shaft actor Richard Roundtree.
Long Drive. Lois's excruciating lecture on the birds and the bees leaves Malcolm squirming, as another
Monday-Thursday comedy run begins. (AD)
4/8. The Minstrel. Forget the jaded stereotype of drippy troubadours entertaining lords and ladies with their whimsical songs of love and chastity - medieval minstrels at court were powerful spin-doctors, cunning politicians and astute musical spies. Terry Jones sings their praises. Director Lucy Cooke : Series producer Paul Bradshaw
Another four contestants brave the lonely walk to the forbidding black chair. Tonight's specialist subjects are the life and reign of Richard III , the history of Burnley Football Club, Homer's Odyssey and the films of Billy Wilder. John Humphrys is the man with the answers.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
12/14. More withering remarks from quizmaster Jeremy Paxman as four public relations gurus take on a team from the British Library in the first of the semi-finals.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Peter Gwyn (AD)
Coupling 6/6. 9 lh Months. It's the night before the birth of his first child, and Steve receives a visit from an old friend - or possibly an old maths teacher.
Writer Steven Moffat ; Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Sue Vertue
First shown on BBC3 (AD)
9.30 Dead Ringers Caustic comedy as impressionists
Jan Ravens , Jon Culshaw , Kevin Connelly , Phil Cornwell and Mark Perry send up politicians and pop stars alike.
Directors Jonathan Gershfield. Pati Marr : Producer Gareth Edwards
10.00 The Keith Barret Show 6/6. Music svengali and TV journalist Tony Wilson and former model Yvette Livesey have been an item for nearly 14 years - should they finally tie the knot? And what can financial adviser Alvin Hall teach
Keith about budgeting for happiness in a relationship? Writers Rob Brydon and Paul Duddridge
Director Tony Dow : Producer John Tiffney BBC PRODUCT: Marion & Geoff series two DVD, £19.99 from www.bbcshop.com
Analysis of the day's top news stories, presented by KirstyWark. Editor Peter Barron
Ends 12.50am. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
Hot Spots: Chechnya Newsnight's Mark Urban explores the roots of the conflict in the Russian Republic of Chechnya, which date back to the 1850s. Hot Spots: Iran is tomorrow at 11.20pm. Producer Paul Mitchell ; Executive producer Farah Durrani
12.20-12.50 Gielgud at the BBC Actor John Gielgud 's special relationship with the corporation in a career spanning 70 years.
Producer Mark Bell ; Executive producer David Okuefuna
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1.00 Talk Italian 1-6
A crash course in the basics, filmed in Bologna and Tuscany. With in-vision subtitles.
2.30 Italy Inside Out
Travel and culture guide visiting Venice, Milan, Rome, Puglia and Sicily.
5.00 Jeremy Clarkson Meets the Neighbours: Italy
5.40 The Travel Show Short Cuts: Parma
5.50 Sister Wendy's Grand Tour: Florence
Key moments in the city's development.
A series of Italian language films began with Rome, Open City at 11pm on BBC4
Presenter (Jeremy Clarkson Meets the Neighbours):