Milton gets new shoes.
Followed by Tweenies Songtime (R) (S)
The aardvark is accused of cracking a plate. (R) (S)
Children face unique challenges.
Digital viewers can watch short films on children doing something different
New series A behind-the-scenes look at the magic school.
Sorcerer's Apprentice is at 5pm on BBC1
Upsy Daisy sings into a megaphone.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Max, Bo and Carla find a giant footprint. (R) (S)
Mr Tumble shows off his shoes.
Poison a fa Carte. A gourmet dinner is marred by murder.
Who is the culprit? (RMS) Another mystery is on Thursday at 10.30am
Business news presented by Adam Shaw and Nick Wood.
The wolves do a spot of fishing, but the lack of rain is causing concern. (Revised repeat)
Melanie and Martin Hurst learn about scented plants.
An Essex family planning to open a fish and chip shop on the Costa del Sol. (RMS)
A couple seek a secluded property in the Peak District.
Paul Martin values antiques in Peterborough before visiting the Bubble Car Museum in Cranwell, Lincolnshire. (RMS)
With celebrity chefs Tony Tobin and Gino D'Acampo. <s)
Quiz show hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Chris Packham visits woodlands in Surrey to search for the purple emperor butterfly, while
Sanjida O'Connell gets up close to some red kites.
2/5. Tom Conti searches for a sea eagle on the Isle of Mull and Toyah Willcox helps a salmon release programme in the Midlands. (5) BBC WILDLIFE FUND DONATIONS: for details see Monday
The wildlife of the popular French region, which is renowned for its wild herbs. Animals native to the area include chamois, griffon vultures and flamingos. Producer Mark Flowers ; Series producer Wendy Darke
New series 1/6. James May explores and explains the innovations that defined the 20th century. In this first programme he looks at how technology made the world more accessible, taking a flight in the aeroplane that created the European mini-break and recalling how a classic family car - the Ford Cortina - opened up his youthful horizons.
8.30 2/6. The Top Gear presenter tries a street-legal version of the lunar buggy. He discovers that the race to the Moon began in west London and borrows a satellite to take a snap 700km above Earth. Producer Paul King ; Series producer Aidan Laverty On top of the world: page 28
3/3. Bohemian Rhapsody Sandrine Voillet investigates the most famous of the underground movements which defined the city in the 20th century, including existentialism and the legacy of the Moulin Rouge.
Producer/Director Tim Dunn
The film Le Diner de Cons follows on BBC4 at 10pm
An identical version of the programme, broadcast in French, can be accessed via the red button
3/6; series two. The Signals. Davina meets
Tom Paine , a personal shopper, who shows her there is life (and style) after widowhood. But her new neighbour Lizzie gives her some news that may dash her hopes. And, in an argument during a visit to their dying mother, Veronica reveals just what she thinks about her sister's current lifestyle.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick
Presented by Gavin Esler. (si
Followed by Weather (5)
3/3. A group of pensioners seek to make themselves heard via a rock band called the Zimmers. Their aim?
To break into the charts. Tim Samuels presents.
Director/Producer Kate Townsend
New series 1/4. Political drama series set in the cut-throat world of European high finance. A journalist links a drug dealer's murder to a German banker and the world of human trafficking.
1.15 2/4. Nina continues the search for her sister.
The next episode can be seen tomorrow at 12.20am. Writer Tony Philpott First shown on BBC3