Big Cook Little Cook Ben and Small are given a telescope.
6 20 Tots TV The trio watch a playhouse being built.
6 30 Bobinogs Ogi and Bobin blast off in a rocket.
6 45 Wide Eye Little Hoot wakes up
' with a tickly throat.
Mr Sprout plans a new delivery service.
DW devours a gigantic green potato chip.
7 30 Raven
he remaining five battle the likes of the Thrall Demons in a bid to avoid elimination.
8.00 Serious Desert
The team are struggling to acclimatise to the intense desert heat.
8.25 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
Velma gets her dreamjob - playing Dr Watson to a robot version of Sherlock Holmes.
8.50 Looney Tunes
Bugs Bunny angers a new magician who has just arrived in town.
9.00 Big Wolf on Campus
Butch the bully returns with the intention of making Lori his girlfriend.
9.20 Watch My Chops
Cornell proves to be a big hit when he fills in on a top TV sitcom. (AD)
Double bill. Taz gets lesson in DIY, then attempts to evade Bull and Axl.
Balamory Josie enlists the help of Archie and Edie when she decides to tell the story of Anansi. WriterPeterHynes
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10.20 Come Outside Mabel decides to clean the house. in 40 Tweenies Has Fizz lost Bella as her best friend?
Coverage of Prime Minister's
Questions features in this visit to Westminster.
Bilko mediates between a warring father and son. With guest star Alan Alda.
Followed by The Witness
Personal finance, with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles. ii
Expert tips and hints from the professionals.
Daft romantic comedy starring Ronald Colman.
Anthony Mason uses all his charm when he suspects his wife of having an affair. Review page 56.
Director Lewis Milestone (1941)
(BW) Colman also stars in Champagne for Caesar, showing tomorrow at 1.20pm
The Harris family scour Dorset for a property within their
The tenth-anniversary specials continue with pop star guests Lisa Scott-Lee and Ant Scott-Lee. Plus there's prizes to be won in a viewer competition - call [number removed] to enter (calls cost
25p per minute).
Another quintet of contestants take part in the general knowledge quiz where underhand tactics can prove to be a valuable asset. Presented by Jamie Theakston.
Body language expert Judi James gives her opinion on the hidden secrets to the dance partner's relationships. Plus the latest behind-the-scenes news and gossip.
Vernon Kay tests Ed Byrne and Joe Cornish on their knowledge of pop-culture trivia. First shown on BBC3
4/8. The drinks industry is under increasing attack over the problem of binge drinking. Public-health campaigners have long suggested that the trade encourages excessive consumption through clever advertising. Now Tony Blair has decided to take personal charge of the Government's new alcohol harrm-eduction strategy. The first of a two-part Money Programme report analyses the drinks trade's big dilemma - how to keep profits healthy without giving credence to claims of promoting excessive drinking. With Rajan Datar. Producer Joanna Lee : Editor Clive Edwards
5/8. Five days and nights on snow shoes, mountain bikes and cross-country skis in a non-stop race across 500km of frozen Canadian wilderness - this is what awaits
Katherine Joy in the Ukatak Raid International. Can the 27-year-old marketing manager from London complete what is regarded as the world's toughest winter adventure event? Producer Colette Camden: Series producer Richard Sinclair (AD)
2/3. How the illusory threat of a hidden network of terror has come to dominate politics throughout the world.
The US neoconservatives and the Islamists came together to fight the USSR in Afghanistan. Emboldened by the belief that they had then defeated the "Evil Empire", both groups tried to transform the world. Their subsequent failure was followed in the case of the neoconservatives by the post-1992 bid to regain power by inventing a new fantasy enemy - the morally bankrupt Bill Clinton. Extremist Muslims, meanwhile, chose to use terror and violence to try to persuade the people to follow them.
In the second episode, Islamist factions, rapidly falling under the more radical influence of Zawahiri and his rich Saudi acolyte Osama bin Laden, join the Neo-Conservative-influenced Reagan Administration to combat the Soviet Union's invasion of Afghanistan. When the Soviets eventually pull out and when the Eastern Bloc begins to collapse in the late 1980s, both groups believe they are the primary architects of the "Evil Empire's" defeat. Curtis argues that the Soviets were on their last legs anyway, and were doomed to collapse without intervention.The Islamists see it quite differently, and in their triumph believe that they had the power to create 'pure' Islamic states in Egypt and Algeria. Attempts to create perpetual Islamic states are blocked by force. The Islamists then try to create revolutions in Egypt and Algeria by the use of terrorism to scare the people into rising up. However, the people were terrified by the violence and the Algerian government uses their fear as a way to maintain power. In the end, the Islamists declare the entire populations of the countries as inherently contaminated by western values, and finally in Algeria turn on each other, each believing that other terrorist groups are not pure enough Muslims either.
In America, the Neo-Conservatives' aspirations to use the United States military power for further destruction of evil are thrown off track by the ascent of George H. W. Bush to the presidency, followed by the 1992 election of Bill Clinton leaving them out of power. The Neo-Conservatives, with their conservative Christian allies, attempt to demonise Clinton throughout his presidency with various real and fabricated stories of corruption and immorality. To their disappointment, however, the American people do not turn against Clinton. The Islamist attempts at revolution end in massive bloodshed, leaving the Islamists without popular support. Zawahiri and bin Laden flee to the sufficiently safe Afghanistan and declare a new strategy; to fight Western-inspired moral decay they must deal a blow to its source: the United States.
Charity Drive. Michael's good deed results in alarming assumptions being made about his character, while
Buster continues avoiding Lucille Austero (guest star Liza Minnelli ). The next episode premieres 10.30pm on BBC4.
Followed by Video Nation Shorts
Lindsay Bluth Rinke:
George Oscar Gob Bluth:
George Bluth Sr:
With Gavin Esler.
Ends 1.00. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
The New Americans 2/5. The series on immigrants struggling in the USA continues with a double bill. Ricardo and Jose travel to Montana to join the LA Dodgers' rookie team.
12.10 3/5. Barine attends the re-burial of her brother
Ken Saro-Wiwa in Nigeria. Pedro Flores, meanwhile, is desperate to get hold of American visas for his family. The series concludes with a double bill tomorrow at 11.20pm
2.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music. Putting music theory into practice. 29799 4.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music Plus Cool Keys, featuring Jools Holland.