Milton gets a new pair of tap-dancing shoes.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
A special visitor requests Miss Hoolie's help.
The gang go for a ride in the Ninky Nonk and leave Makka Pakka behind.
Adventures with the eco-friendly hero.
The boys race against a pigeon.
Shawbly loses his shadow, and fortune cookies come true.
Double bill. Bernie sets up a radio station, then is challenged to a race.
Five friends try to win prizes. (R) (S)
Barney and Jake become waiters.
Animated fantasy adventure in which the pokemon friends battle an evil marauder who has the ability to turn their power into evil. Review page 51.
Directors Jim Malone and Kunihiko Yuyama (2002, PG)
The duo travel to Australia to retrieve secret plans hidden inside a rugby ball. Followed by Coast (Revised rpt)
The otters are finally released into their new pen, while the bug-busters battle with the death-watch beetle.
Live coverage of today's five races on the opening day of the Grand National meeting from
Aintree. Featuring starts at 2.00,
2.35, 3.10, 3.45 and 4.20. Introduced by Claire Balding . Coverage of day two starts tomorrow at 1.45pm.
TV presentation Gerry Morrison
Editor Carl Hicks
The Galpharm Stadium, home to rugby league's Huddersfield Giants, hosts the show as Paul Martin ,
Kate Alcock and Nigel Smith search for auction lots.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The chefs prepare desserts, including rhubarb poached in ginger wine, polenta crumble, vanilla ice cream, and a strawberry souffle.
6/8. Featuring the stories of wo children who cope with life's difficulties through humour, including a girl in Swansea who is having a bad year and a boy in East Sussex who protects his younger sister.
Producer Nicola Gibson ; Exec producer Tracy Jeune
Barbara's last posh frock is ruined, plunging her into despair - and Tom flirts with a dinner guest. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
4/8; series three. Si King and Dave Myers conclude their culinary tour of Argentina, where they sample Tandil's delicious cheeses, visit the shark-fishing haven of Bahía San Bias and head to the Peninsula Valdes. Producers John Stroud and Vikram Jayanti
4/8. James has his work cut out removing decades worth of paint from the walls of Maggie Peet 's home in Staffordshire to allow her to redecorate with eco-friendly materials. Meanwhile. Dick helps install a solar panel in Northampton.
Producer Nicola Lafferty ; Editor John Wigger Energy Swap is on Radio 4 tomorrow at 11am
1/6; series three. Leslie Phillips and Rhona Martin guest star in the comedy sketch show.
Director Gordon Anderson ; Producer Geoffrey Perkins
New series 1/6. Comedy starring Neil Dudgeon as self-made millionaire Roman Pretty, whose three daughters and their partners have become pawns in his business empire - whether they like it or not.
Writers Jack and Harry Williams ; Director Elliot Hegarty ;
Producer Ben Cavey Empire of the pun: page 59
The talk-show host presents a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
An uncut version of the show is next Sunday
With Gavin Esier. (5)
6/10. Author Tahir Shah talks to Nikki Bedi about moving to a North African shanty town.
Series producer Philip Ranjit Basi
Highlights of the band's recent gig at the Koko club, which was recorded for BBC Radio 1.
High-energy crime drama set in 1980s Harlem, starring Wood Harris , Mekhi Phifer, Kevin Carroll and Esai Morales. Review page 51.
Director Charles Stone III (2002,18) Followed by The Witness
Schools Repeats not indicated.
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