Presented by Dermot Murnaghan in Singapore, where the decision on who will host the Olympic Games is due to be announced today . Plus Natasha Kaplinsky from a school at Lake Naivasha, Kenya. With Sian Williams. (5)
3/10. A bull elephant moves into the park.
Visiting a butcher's shop in Derbyshire and a plot of land with potential in Kent. Followed by News; Weather
Over-the-counter advice for a shop in Worcestershire.
3/5. Maureen Lipman profiles those who refused to fight, while Dan Snow explores the global Allied effort required to survive the conflict.
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Sue Barker and Dermot Murnaghan are in Singapore to find out whether London's bid has seen off those of rivals Paris, New York, Madrid and Moscow.
Susan's romance goes awry.
Repeated at 5.35pm
A compulsive buyer of junk is reformed.
Murder by the Book. Kiss-and-tell memoirs prove fatal. <R)
The anti-fun pixies take over.
3/5. Abs and Rani Khanijau host more international tasks and treats.
(Rptd tomorrow at 7.25am on BBC2)
9/10. The ponies are taken to the seaside.
Interviewing Ghana's biggest music star, Tic Tac.
With George Alagiah and Sophie Raworth. <s) Followed by Weather with John Hammond.
3/5. After a long and dramatic journey, the six orphaned elephants from Nairobi arrive at Ithumba. See Monday's choice.
6/6. Ethiopia. Bob Geldof pays a return visit to the country that first triggered his indignation about widespread famine 20 years ago. Here he finds a different side to Ethiopia with its rich and diverse culture, including the ancient cathedrals of Lalibella and the medieval castles of Gondar. Africa School continues at 8.30pm on BBC4 Africa round-up: page 28
6/10. Nancy's determined to seduce Logan and will wear as little as it takes.
Dr Donald Newman:
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The Matthew Sisters:
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Can a regular British family, used to all the mod cons, live the life of a traditional African tribe in a remote village? That's what the Hedgecock clan find out as they are stripped of their home comforts and forced to live in a mud hut. Will their experiences in Namibia be the adventure of a lifetime or a journey into hell? Contains strong language and disturbing scenes.
Director/Producer Simon Urwin TV Africa continues the Africa Lives on the BBC season on BBC4 at 10pm Africa round-up: page 28
With Huw Edwards. Regional News
Followed by Weather with Helen Willetts.
Lotto, Lotto Extra and Thunderball draws.
3/3. Being a Concert Pianist. Alan Yentob gets under the lid of this extreme form of musicianship as he talks to Benjamin Grosvenor , the 12-year-old boy who last year won the piano section of the Young Musician of the Year competition. Is someone of such a young age ready to be subjected to this notoriously punishing and athletic musical discipline? Director Rupert Edwards ; Series producer Janet Lee About a boy: page 35; The Inside Story: page 88
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3/3. The spooky Stephen King tale concludes as the islanders finally find out what the mysterious stranger wants. With Timothy Daly and Colm Feore. First shown on BBC3
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Look Around You
2/6. Pioneering plastic surgery is performed by a robot. (S)
1.50 Around the World in 80 Treasures
7/10. Dan Cruickshank goes from Jordan to Ethiopia. (S)
2.50 War at the Door
3/8. A man embarks on a battle to keep possession of his 40 cats.
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