The Story Makers Rossettiis is feeling sleepy. (R) (S) (W)
8.50 The Magic Key Which fancy foods will Kipper promote? (S)
9.00 Tweenies Doodles learns how to be honest. (R) (S) (W)
9.20 Sergeant Stripes New series
A police station cat called Stripes investigates mysteries with the help of his two trusty toys. Today sees Stripes on the hunt for a missing button. (S) (W)
9.30 Fimbles The friends find three snowballs. (R) (S) (W)
Po's scooter. (R) (S) Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers , who perform the "Carioca" and enjoy fun and romance on a trip to South America in their first dazzling screen partnership. Review page 71. Director Thomton Freeland (1933. U) (BW) (S) Postponed from last Thursday
Newlyweds Ethan and Helen Hunt think Lanzarote is perfect for starting their new life together. They plan to quit their city jobs for bar work, but will the honeymoon be over when they realise they'll be spending even less time together than when they were London commuters? (R)(S)(W)
Another chance to see Johnny Cash in performance from 1994 to commemorate the revered singer's death last month. Plus the full version of the widely acclaimed video for the song Hurt. Presented by Jools Holland.
Producer Mark Cooper (R)(S)
Professor Aubrey Manning explores chalk figures carved into the ground in the second of eight investigations into mysteries arising in the British landscape. The huge White Horse at Uffington in Oxfordshire was recently dated to the late Bronze Age, while new research and scientific techniques have produced surprising revelations about the Long Man of Wilmington in Sussex and the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset. ( S) (W) [web address removed]
More military guile on display as tonight's contestants find themselves in 69 BC on the desert battlefield ofTigranocerta. In charge of an Armenian army, they attempt to drive out invading Romans and reverse history. Hosted by Eddie Mair. Series producer Ludo Graham
Executive producers Cassian Harrison and Adam Macdonald (S) (W)
Drama-documentary, focusing on great visionaries whose technological achievements shaped the modern world.
The Sewer King. Sewage-contaminated streets and houses were responsible for the death of more than 30,000
Londoners from disease by the mid-19th century. As the problem reached crisis point, engineer Joseph Bazalgette proposed a scheme that would link 1,000 miles of street sewers with an 82-mile long sewerage super-highway.
Written by Gregory Evans ; Director Edward Bazalgette
Series producer Deborah Cadbury (S) (W) B8C EDUCATION: for information on special events, and to claim a free , poster, phone [number removed] (calls are charged at the national rate) ,
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Adam Hart-Davis meets fans with a passion for reconstructing the heritage of the industrial revolution in the second of four editions. What the Victorians Did for Us is at 12.10am.
Series producer Archie Barron ; Executive producer Stephen Haggard (S)(W)45593 7
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Cell City: Inner City (S) (W) 79241 1.00
Cancer Pioneers (S) (W) 3279086 1.15 Personal Passions: Paul Nurse (S) 67867961.30 The Signature of Life (S) 43951 2.00 The End of the Race against Time (S) 46609 2.30 The Man Who Loved Trees (S) 25116 3.00 Attack on the Wires (S) Curriculum Development 3.30 Aim Higher (S) Languages 4.00 Italianissimo (parts 17-20)
Issues of Difference 5.00 What's Your Problem? (S) Open University 6.00 The Liberation of Algebra (S)
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