Presented by Susanna Reid and Bill Turnbull.
Reptile expert Mark O'Shea tracks Britain's only breed of venomous snake, the adder.
A Chelsea studio, a terrace in Manchester and an Art Deco house in Plymouth. Followed by News; Weather
A lorry driver hunts for a home in Leicestershire. With
Simon Rimmer and Sarah Walker.
A teacher tries to buy a new bed for her daughter. Followed by News; Weather
A man hopes to fund a project to get an old watermill working.
Series producer Andrea Pearce
Lou realises he has forgotten a whole week of his time in Russia. Repeated at 5.35pm
The Protector. Nick asks Sadie to move in with him. Joe tries to help a patient with memory problems who forgets he is her doctor. Writer Dominique Moloney
For cast see page 43
Badge of Honor. Is the arrival of one of Seth's old army buddies connected to a murder spree sweeping Cabot Cove ?
The duo get involved with pottery.
George has invented his own language.
The duo flee the Land of Hats.
Basil ends up in hospital after falling ill.
Three children compete to avoid getting the worst haircut imaginable.
Children in Need begins at 7pm
From Pudsey with Love: page 18
Four imprisoned entertainers perform. With Ted Robbins and Dave Chapman.
Presented by Dermot Murnaghan and Sophie Raworth.
Then Weather with Philip Avery.
by the Liberal
Democrats. Shown on BBC2 at 5.55pm
Terry Wogan, Natasha Kaplinsky and Fearne Cotton host the 27th annual extravaganza of fun, fundraising - and famous faces, in aid of underprivileged children.
Pop group McFly kick off the spectacle, live from Television Centre, while the apprentices from Celebrity Scissorhands wait in the wings to pamper and primp a host of stars including - first up - the cast of Hollyoaks, who'll be performing a classic 1990s song.
7.30 * Terry unveils a selection of giveaways for tonight's big fundraiser. Every hour, one lucky caller to the donation line will have the opportunity to go behind the scenes and meet the stars of hit BBC TV shows. Plus music from Westlife, live in Belfast.
8.00 * Revealed, the winner of the UK-wide search to find the new voice of the Speaking Clock. Girls Aloud, Sugababes and Coronation Street heart-throb Richard Fleeshman provide the music.
8.30 * Connie Fisher - aka Maria - and the cast of The Sound of Music perform songs from the smash-hit West End show. Then Holby City is gripped by disco fever, as doctors and nurses swap scrubs for spandex to perform their version of Madonna's Hung Up.
9.00 * "Queens of clean"
Kim and Aggie hit the road with Status Quo in How Clean Is Your Gig? and there's music from Nelly Furtado and Ronan Keating.
9.30 * Emma Bunton and the stars of Strictly Come Dancing perform the official Children in Need single Downtown. Plus live music from Keane.
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From Pudsey with Love: p18; The Inside Story: p
With Dermot Murnaghan. Regional News
Then Weather with Susan Powell.
Prepare to be shaken and stirred as the BBC newsreaders present their unique tribute to 007.
- 11.00 * The cast of Bad Girls bust out of Larkhall to perform a Bananarama classic live in the studio.
- Plus comedy from impressionist Rory Bremner.
11.30 * The stars of bawdy sitcom Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps slap on the fake tan in a tribute to Wham! while the cast of award-winning musical
Wicked reveal the untold story of the Witches of Oz.
12.00 * Bradley Walsh leaves the cobbles of Corrie to perform a swing favourite, and there's music from Amy Winehouse , and the cast of musical sensation Evita.
1.00 AM * More West End stars drop in to perform live, including the cast of Daddy Cool and award-winning comedy musical Avenue Q. And then it's time to reveal the grand total raised by BBC Children In Need
2006. Will it top last year's incredible F33 million?
Director Richard Valentine ; Executive producer Elaine Paterson VIDEO Plus+ code for 10.35-1.25am
Followed by Weatherview