Jake finds out about the man in the moon.
Josie learns to skip. (R)
Robbie makes Stingy believe he's a prince.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
Buster sees a UFO; Arthur gets new neighbours.
Drawing animals and sculpting with carpet fluff.
Animation with the voice of Hugh Laurie.
Mr. Frederick Little (voice):
Animal expert Peter has advice on caring for pets and helps out at London Zoo. Plus, gardening tips, dog training and Tom's bid to become a holiday rep.
Digital viewers can watch a foundering cricket club get advice from the experts
A space rocket is trapped under water.
The gang try to free an anteater from the dog pound.
Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow. When his accountant dies, Michael vows to live life to the full. <R)
** Period adventure based on a true story, starring
Richard Egan and Anthony Quinn. A Catholic priest acts as guide to a Spanish expedition searching for the legendary cities on the west coast of the Americas. Review page 43. Director Robert D Webb (1955, U)
New parents seeking a detached family home in Hampshire, with a budget of £700,000.
Three more teams battle for the chance to win £10,000.
Will Ainsley stick his oar in as rowers Sally and Sarah Kettle go full steam ahead? Kitchen Connections with Ainsley Harriott is on Radio 4 tomorrow at 9.30am
Paul Martin explores the legends of Glastonbury, before heading off to auction. (Revised rpt)
Anne Robinson has questions and insults.
The David v Goliath quiz show.
Meet Hercules the dung beetle who - with 1,500 tons of the stuff produced at Longleat each year - has a lot on his plate.
A comparison of Ronnie Barker classics.
The Harder They Fall. Godber enters the prison boxing tournament, but not everyone's behind him. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby 3061 (non-PDC)
Fig Biscuits and Inspirational Toilet Roll. Arkwright attempts to improve sales with a promotional offer. Writer Roy Clarke ; Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
413 (non-PDC) VIDEO Plus+ code for 7.00-8.00pm
6/12. Preserving Our Past. Fred is often associated with knocking down chimneys, but his real passion was restoration, not destruction. One of his greatest triumphs was the steam traction engine he spent 27 years - and two marriages - rebuilding. Here, Fred shares this passion and shows his appreciation of those who dedicate their lives to preserving our past. Director/Producer David Hall He's a steeplejack and he's OK: page 49
4/10. From the city of Agen, Rick continues his barge journey along the waterways of France, tasting the first melon of the season in Ouercy and cooking the famous Gascon dish Poule au Pot.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
4/6. While Rune Gjeldnes 's Norwegian team are set an reaching the pole faster than compatriot Roald Amundsen did in 1912, Bruce Parry and the British have more immediate problems. With two injured men having been flown home, the team faces the gruelling prospect of hauling two 500kg sledges with six men instead of eight. On top of that, Bruce is faced with a tough decision - who to take with him to the pole and who to turn back. BBC History Magazine's September issue has an article on the programme and the 1911 race to the Pole. Out now priced £3.60 RT DIRECT: order the book Blizzard: Race to the Pole for just £11.99 inci p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost 8p per minute max), quoting [number removed], or visit www.bbcshop.com
2/6. Dara O'Briain and his celebrity guests light-hearted look back at a lifetime of regrets.
Vic Reeves rues Bible class, his failure to become a zookeeper, and the fact that he's been unable to publish some rather questionable photos.
Series producer Vfctoria Payne ; Exec producer Rebecca Papworth Dara O'Briain and Friends at the Fringe is on Radio 2 tomorrow at 9pm
With Kirsty Wark.
A Muslim comic, a fashionable designer, a notorious artist, the world's most modern opera house and a hippy commune are the highlights of Kirsty Wark and Simon Davis 's visit to the Danish capital
Director/Producer Gerry Costello Tales from Paris is tomorrow at 11.20pm
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated
2.00 A Cook's Tourof France 2/2. Mireille samples the most famous omelette in the world in Mont-Saint-Michel and enjoys the gastronomic delights of Lyon.
5.00 The French Connection Exploring the vibrant cultures of the French-speaking world.