Learning about carnivals.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
Followed by Newsround
Polluto tries to steal the world's compost supply.
The Blob is making people jump around.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
The adventures of a scientist.
Riding in the Pinky Ponk.
The Ensigns of Command. Data races against time. Star Trek is on Friday at 325am
Airborne horticultural adventures.
With Prime Minister's Questions.
Seville in Andalusia. (RXS)
Business and consumer news with Nik Wood and Adam Shaw
3/5. The pressure is on as the number of diners increases.
A Forest of Dean retreat. (RXS)
Kitchen duel with Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan. (5)
Alex Kingston joins Nigel Slater in the kitchen and reminisces about her big TV roles in Boudica and Moll Flanders. She also talks about how she balances work with motherhood and is moved to tears when her best friend talks about the day she moved to Los Angeles to join the cast of ER. (5) OLIVE MAGAZINE has an interview with Nigel Slater in its April issue. Out now, priced E3
Bill Oddie visits Dartmoor, one of England's last truly wild places, and while searching for a glimpse of an elusive otter, encounters soaring buzzards and psychedelically coloured insects, and even provides an impromptu feast for a giant cricket.
Producer hugh Pearson; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
Italy v Scotland
Coverage of this Euro 2008 Group B encounter from Studio San Nicola in Bari (kick-off 7.50).
Scotland's improving form under manager
Alex McLeish has brought a recent rise to 16th in the latest Fifa world rankings and, following the defeat of World Cup finalists France earlier in the competition, the Scots should be keen to test their mettle against Italy. McLeish will field a strong team from their squad, which will likely include stalwart Christian Dailly and a backbone of in-form Celtic players.
The Scots will need to be at their very best as, despite indifferent recent form and a slip to second rung in the Fifa world rankings, Italy are still a serious force to be reckoned with and have match-winners like Luca Toni and Andrea Pirio to call on. They may have drawn with Lithuania and lost to
France in their earlier qualifiers, but they have also won every previous game against Scotland on home soil. Presented by Gabby Logan. Highlights of Andorra v England are at 10.40pm on BBC1.
Producer Emma Josling ; Editor Mark Demuth Football Gaffes Galore is on Friday at 9pm on BBC3
Digital viewers can view live coverage of Northern Ireland v Sweden between 7.30 and 10pm, via the red button
New series 1/12. Adrian Chiles hears from the show's freshly rejected candidate about what it's really like to be in the firing line. Last year's runner-up Ruth Badger , Coffee Republic founder Sahar Hashemi and Heat magazine editor Mark Frith analyse what went wrong and debate Sir Alan's decision.
Exec producer Michele Kurland ; Series editor Sally Dixon Follow the leader: page 22; The Inside Story: page 90
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Action from the fourth day of the world championships at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, including the men's 200m butterfly final, where all eyes will be on multiple Olympic champion Michael Phelps , as he looks to clinch gold and better his own world record. More highlights tomorrow at 12.20am on BBC1.
9/10. John. Charlie and Lisa conspire to save Allie being used as a lure for alien craft. The final episode is on Friday at 2am.
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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