The crew are desperate for food.
PC Plum gets the "wrong end of the stick".
Mr Mopple makes a jelly for Twinkle. (S)
What will brighten up Weed's patch?
A slide that doubles up as an elephant's trunk.
Funky fun with the Pirate Gang.
Furry toys litter the library. (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Eddie runs away following a family tiff.
Followed by The Witness
The latest from Westminster.
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Watch (ages 5-7) Double bill.
inspirational gardens. <S)
With reports on the badger sett in Devon and an Arctic tern chick about to undertake one of the world's longest migratory journeys. Continues tonight
Shown yesterday at 8pm
Live coverage of three races: the prestigious Prince of Wales's Stakes at 3.45, the Royal Hunt Cup at 4.20 and the Queen Mary Stakes at 4.55.
Highlights are at 12.25am on BBC1.
Live coverage of the first semi-final, which sees England play the winners of Group B at Deepdale, Preston (kick-off 6.30).
If the group stages went to form, then
Hope Powell 's side will face Germany, though the world and European champions could be without top striker
Birgit Prinz. Highlights of the second semi-final are tomorrow at 1120pm
From the Isle of Man, home to motorcyling's annual TT races.
The search for a French flotilla that vanished off the Venezuelan coast 300 years ago.
A waterfall adds a sense of drama to an uninspiring new-build plot in Hampshire. Director/Producer
Bill Oddie As
Football at 9pm. Rptd tomorrow 2.20pm BBCi: interactive features available via the red button
John Ogilby 's "Britannia" (1675). Can the first-ever road map still be used to traverse the Trans-Pennine Pass?
Director/Producer Michael Waterhouse
Farm In 2003, Jimmy Doherty ploughed all of his cash into a rare-breed pig farm. Can enthusiasm ever make up for a total lack of experience? Jimmy's accountant is unsure. Director Henry Wilks
It's a tense moment as the baby birds prepare to leave their nest-boxes. Rptd tomorrow 2.20pm BBCi: interactive features available via the red button
Gordon Ramsay has the knives out for traffic wardens and nappies. Paul Merton takes cover.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
With Jeremy Paxman. (5)
Time Shift investigates why some athletes at the peak of their powers turn to performance-boosting drugs.
Highlights of the first semi-final: the winners of Group B face Group As runners-up. If England play the second semi-final, then live action begins tomorrow at 6pm
Profiling Canadian athlete Ben Johnson, stripped of Olympic gold at Seoul after a drugs scandal. Director/Producer
Football at 11.20pm.
Football at 12 midnight.
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