Josie has to take over the shop.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
The aardvark has an embarrassing secret.
Have the twins found a UFO?
Environment expert Sarah demonstrates how to create areas of peace and quiet for ourselves and for nature.
Digital viewers can access films where Sam, Mark and Ayesha rate their mates, via the red button
The Funky Fools put on their annual fashion show and go for a picnic.
A fire at an atomic power station sends a dust cloud over Australia.
The gang is tricked into helping a couple of crooks posing as TV producers.
He Said, She Said. Michael and Jay realise they no longer listen to each other.
Herman's dodgy twin brother comes to town. (BW)
Live coverage of the British
Open women's golf tournament at Royal Lytham and St Anne 's, plus action from day three at
Goodwood. With Hazel Irvine.
The women's British Open is the fourth and last of this year's Majors. in 2005 the coveted prize was won by South Korea's Jeong Jang Annika Sorenstam,
Michelle Wie and England's Karen Stupples , the 2004 winner, are likely to lead the challenge. Coverage continues after the racing.
Today's racing highlight, at
3.15, is the £100,000 Goodwood Cup, run over two miles, and won last year by six-year-old Distinction, ridden by Michael Kinane. The other starts are at
2.05,2.40 and 3.50.
Senior producer (golf) Kate McKeag ; Executive producer (golf)
Barbara Slater Also live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
A fresh set of wannabe trivia enthusiasts take on the quiz show champs.
When the team visits Llandudno in Conwy, Paul Martin makes music with a collector of blues guitars. (Revised repeat)
2/10. The Midlands. From the revolutionary technology of Shropshire's Ironbridge Gorge, to the majesty of Warwick Castle, Rajesh Mirchandani discovers a wealth of architectural gems in the heart of England. Director John Dickinson ; Executive producer Jacob Hickey
First shown on BBC West Midlands
Is your mobile phone capable of causing an explosion in a petrol station, and could those of you with implants have an explosive experience during a flight? Special effects duo Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman put these and other urban myths to the test.
New series 1/8; series three. Budding entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to pitch their ideas to sceptical millionaires willing to part with their cash. Richard Farleigh and Deborah Meaden join regular investors Peter Jones , Duncan Bannatyne and Theo Paphitis as the first hopefuls dangle their wares, including fleecy winter toilet seat covers and a media centre contained in a coffee table. Presented by Evan Davis.
Series producer Dominic Bird; Executive producer Helen Bullough Repeated next Wednesday www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden RT enters the den: page 16
1/6. In a bid to get a speaking role, Andy sidles up to tough guy Ross Kemp. Vinnie Jones also guests.
Writers/Directors Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant
Producer Charlie Hanson
New series 1/6. The comedy starring Rob Brydon as an astronomer in Australia returns for a second run.
Wild Oats. It's camel racing week in Unagatta and to everyone's amazement Paul becomes the star jockey.
Writer Harry Cripps ; Executive producers Beryl Vertue , Sue Vertue , Mark Fteeland , David Mahet David Taylor ; Director Sandy Johnson
New series 1/6. Irreverent comedy from the pen of Armando lannucci. Thirty years in the future today's celebrities reflect on significant events.
Featuring 60-year-old Ant and Dec, plus Stewart Lee, Richard Ayoade, Matt Holness and Adam Buxton.
Director Armando Iannucci; Producer Adam Tandy
What Armando lannucci's watching: page 31
With Kirsty Wark.
Is the new breed of big-budget drama documentaries eroding public confidence in television's ability to depict the truth?
Producer Eamon O'Connor ; Exec producer Stuart Prebble
Schools Repeats are not indicated
2.00 The Magic KeyAnimated stories (ages 5-6). 16433 4.00 The Magic Key (ages 5-6)