Tikkabilla Snakes and ladders keep the pals busy.
6.30 Bobinogs The friends learn you can't always win.
6.45 Rubbadubbers Sploshy wants to be very noisy.
Charge and Contact take a trip into a jet.
The brothers find a mystery music box.
DW has a library card and Arthur has a dilemma.
Gus seems to have good luck - or does he?
8.25 Even Stevens
Can Louis coach Beans to victory?
8.50 Looney Tunes
Bugs works in a department store.
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
There's chaos at the opera.
9.25 Bring It On
Steps stars H and Claire need backing dancers - can Fran and Ania help?
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
Pirate radio hits the town.
Florrie finds a crown and Rockit turns royal. (AD)
10.20 Come Outside
Mabel looks at marmalade.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
The friends put on a show for Judy.
PSATP story. Carlton's pride is dented when Will does better on school tests.
11.25 Granny Gets Busy. Uncle Phil isn't too thrilled about his mom's new love.
Psychological western, the second of five films this week starring Robert Mitchum.
In New Mexico at the turn of the 19th century, Medora Callum raises orphan Jeb Rand as her own. But Jeb's love for Medora's daughter Thorley sets in motion a disastrous chain of events. Review page 45. Director Raoul Walsh (1947, PG)
(BW) Robert Mitchum also stars in The Locket at 2.05pm
Current affairs with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles. Followed by The Witness
Film noir starring Laraine Day , Robert Mitchum and Brian Aherne. John Willis is about to exchange vows with his bride, when a mysterious visitor reveals that Nancy isn't as sweet and innocent as she appears. Review page 45. Director John Brahm (1946)
(BW) Robert Mitchum stars in One Minute to Zero tomorrow at 1.30pm
Winnie the Pooh figures are auctioned in Aberdeen.
Wine experts John Downes and Charlotte Hey join James Tanner and Nick Nairn on the culinary challenge's tenth anniversary show.
Unpack, renovate the house, learn to speak French and find paying guests for the B&B - there are still a number of bridges to cross before Brittany truly becomes home for the Kew family. Meanwhile, the move to StJacutdu Mene means 12-year-old Jess is the new schoolgirl in class for the second time in as many months.
The Fastest Man on Water. At dawn on 4 January 1967, Donald Campbell prepared to break the water-speed record in hisjet-powered Bluebird. After months of foul weather and mechanical failure, Lake Coniston was calm. The film shows previously unseen footage of Campbell as he takes his fateful run across the lake and comes within seconds of breaking his previous record of 276mph. Director Matthew Whiteman ; Executive producer Richard Bradley
First shown on BBC4 (AD) Another episode can be seen on BBC4 at 8.30pm
DJ Spoony and Joe Cornish guest on the pop-culture quiz. How much useless information can contestants fit in their heads? More at the same time tomorrow.
Can you generate income from untapped skills? Or run a business from a spare room? Ditch the Day Job will show you how to make money rather than just manage debt. Multi-millionaire hotelier Tim Mackay mentors recently divorced Helen Ashford , as she burns bridges with her past life to set up an introduction agency in just 12 weeks. Director Simon Everson ; Executive producer Mark Hill
Crabs from Cornwall, potatoes from Tintagel and award-winning Yorkshire herbs are on the menu as Rick Stein continues his culinary tour of Britain. He also joins lovers of real ale at the Newton Abbot Beer Festival.
Director/Producer David Pritchard (AD)
What really occurred in Dealey Plaza in November 1963? This ambitious documentary uses computer rendering to shed new light on the Zapruder home movie (the only complete record of JFK's assassination), reconstruct a hi-tech crime scene, and identify those responsible for the murder of the president. Narrated by Gavin Esler.
Director Mark Obenhaus ; Executive producers Fiona Stourton , Tom \ellin
With Kirsty Wark.
Krytie TV. To entertain the prisoners, Kryten starts his own pirate television station. Robert Llewellyn stars.
Writers Doug Naylor and Paul Alexander ; Director Ed Bye ; Executive producer Doug Naylor www.bbc.co.uk/reddwarf
The last of this week's films directed by Nicholas Ray is a drama starring Robert Ryan and Ida Lupino. Jim Wilson , a lonely, obsessive police detective, achieves results by the savage handling of suspects. Sent to investigate a small-town murder, he encounters Mary, a blind woman. This meeting begins to change Jim's life. Review page 45.
Mediterranean Season Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Mediterranean Tales: In the Footsteps of Mark Twain 76260 3.00 Human Race Morocco 35666 3.30 Home Front Islam Special Si 58163 4.30 Rough Guide to the Islands
Mallorca and Ibiza (5) 35550 5.30 Rough Guide to the World Barcelona