Fantastical fun for pre-schoolers.
6.40 The Story Makers
Milton makes magic flowers.
Tom and Jerry Kids
Three cat-and-mouse capers.
7.20 Looney Tunes
Bugs is the target of the royal chef.
Cavegirl star Lucinda Rhodes-Flaherty guests on Pop Art, the Smile Furry Family begins and games include Aqua Pigs, Bandit Bites and Drop da Beatz.
Plus Noah's Island, Jackie Chan Adventures, Arthur, UGetMe and Cavegirl. With
Reggie Yates, Barney Harwood and Fearne Cotton.
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Trenches of Hell. The bloody Battle of the Somme awaits when Indy's travels take him to France in 1916.
Geoffrey Cleans Up. Geoffrey's new love interest is not what she seems.
The Haunted Huntress
Life and death on the African plains face cheetahs each day. David Attenborough narrates. More at 5.10pm.
3/13. The Vanished Sea Humans are extinct in the last throes of an ice age. What weird and wonderful creatures will grace the Earth five million years from now?
Presented by Mark Pougatch.
1.30 Sport Plus The biggest sports news stories of the week.
1.50 Racing Live coverage of three races from Goodwood.
The focus is on the ten-furlong Select Stakes at 3.05, a group three race that has often proved a stepping stone for horses aiming to progress to a victory in one of the late-season group one races. And there's two six-furlong handicap races at 2.00 and 2.35. Plus, from Longchamps, Paris, coverage of the Arc
Trials ahead of next month's Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe.
3.30 Cycling Highlights from the five-day Tour of Britain, held for the first time in five years at the start of the month. Sixteen teams, including many returning Olympians, battled it out over five stages from Manchester to London.
4.50 The Big Interview:
Tannl Grey-Thompson The nine times Paralympics gold medal winner in interview ahead of next week's Paralympics in Athens. Producer Richard Carr
Editor Ron Chakraborty
Squirrels under Siege. Can a Californian ground squirrel protect her pups against their enemies?
Penguin Paradise. An eventful voyage to remote Antarctic islands.
Pious religious epic, beginning a run of films featuring Jean Simmons , and starring Richard Burton. Marcellus Gallio , a Roman officer ordered to carry out Christ's crucifixion, wins Jesus's robe in a dice game. Hearing of its magical powers the emperor Caligula wishes to possess it for himself. The sequel Demetrius and the Gladiators is on Friday at 1.35pm. Review page 49.
Director Henry Koster (1953, U) 2918998U Jeans Simmons stars in Her Own Rules tomorrow at 1.35pm
New series 1/9. Dreams could come true in Canada - or bite the dust. When Paul Doody and Toni Syrett relocate to Canada, their plans could come to nothing if he does not pass his exams to be an electrician. Their new life - and their relationship - is at stake. Relocators Scott Huggins and Sunita Shroff follow their progress.
Director Anthony Philipson ; Series editor Susannah Walker
2/4. More extraordinary circumstances confront ordinary people. How will three members of the public cope with a simulated flood crisis? They'll receive military help from Air Marshall Sir Tim Garden, communications tips from former Conservative spin doctor Amanda Platell and advice on the emergency services from intelligence officer Charles Shoebridge - but, acting as government ministers, they make the ultimate decisions.
Digital viewers can use the red button on the handset to discover how they would cope under similar pressure. See how the experts reacted on BBC4 at 10pm.
Air Marshall Sir Tim
5/6. "Who are Britain? What do they? And why?" All these questions, or perhaps none, are answered in the award-winning sketch show from Matt Lucas and David Walliams. Director Steve Bendelack ; Producer Myfanwy Moore (AD)
Alan Curbishley and Gordon Strachan join Adrian Chiles for highlights of this weekend's games. New Spurs boss Jacques Santini was keen to beat a Canaries side set on survival - so did Tottenham triumph over newly promoted Norwich? There's also the best of Arsenal's trip to Fulham and away fixtures for Chelsea and Manchester United.
Series producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth BBC PRODUCTS: DVD, Match of the Day: 60s. 70s. 80s and Match of the Day Football Yearbook, both £19.99, all available now
Jocelyn Jee Esien , Ninia Benjamin and Tameka Empson cause mischief on the streets in highlights from series two. Director John FD Northover; Producer Kara Lockett (Revised rpt) There's an episode from series two tomorrow at 11.30pm on BBC3
Disturbing thriller by David Cronenberg, starring Jeremy Irons.
Beverly and Elliot Mantle are brilliant identical twins who run a fertility clinic in Toronto. When they become involved with the same patient, their lives take a strange and horrific turn. Review page 49.
Dr Cary Weiler:
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WorkSkillS Wise at Work
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2.00 Money Matters
How to manage your personal finances in order to survive and prosper in the business world.
3.00 Webwise for Business: Using the Internet
Tips from net users.
4.00 Improving Skills
Brushing up on reading and writing skills.
5.00 Workplace Skills
Real-life incidents that deal with hazards and accidents at work.