Spot's Musical Adventures The puppy goes to a costume party and plays in the snow. (R) (S)
6.10 Brum Baddies steal money from the Big Town busker. (R) (S)
6.20 Fimbles Pom 's smelly sock is pongy problem. (R) (S) (W)
6 40 Tweenies The pals learn about opera. (R)(S)(W)
Fritz Lang thriller starring
Gary Cooper and Lilli Palmer. A mild-mannered scientist is drawn into a web of intrigue, murder and romance when he enters war-torn Italy to obtain vital information on Germany's atomic experiments. Review page 58.
(1946. PG) (BW) (S) Then Hall of Fame A look at the life and work of Marlene Dietrich. (R) (S)
A series of monumental stone towers, called "brochs", once dominated the landscape of Shetland, on the far edge of Europe. But their origins are a mystery. In the fifth of his eight investigations around the British Isles,
Professor Aubrey Manning explores who might have built them and what they could have been for.
Director/Producer Martin Mortimore (S) (W) www.Open2.NET
Catherine Gee catches up with a young family from Bristol she met a year ago when she searched Somerset for a country home. How are they adapting to their new life?
Series producer liza Hazlehurst; executive Producer Kate Roberts (R) (S) (W)
Can months of meditation change the lives of managers and workers from a small sheet metal factory in Wigan? Guru Paul Darby hopes to lead reluctant boss Chris and his team to a deep state of calm. The course starts off well but takes a turn for the worse when the group spends a weekend away at a remote hillside retreat - especially when they realise that sleeping bags are involved. Director John Alexander ; Series editor Ruth Pitt
(S) (W) www.bbc.co.uk/everyman
Alan Davies, Linda Smith, Sean Lock and Clive Anderson discuss anchovies, Albania, anatomy and athletics in the world's most impossible quiz. Quizmaster Stephen Fry dishes out the points behind the Quite Interesting bike sheds. The next edition follows on BBC4 at 10.30pm. (S) (W)
RTSHOP: Stephen Fry reads "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"; CD set Â£70; cassette set Â£60. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Zoe Wanamaker , Sir Bobby Charlton and actor Damian Lewis present the prestigious "Platos" to England,
Northern Ireland and Wales's most outstanding teachers, each nominated by their colleagues and pupils.
Ian Hislop , pop group Busted and singer Kym Marsh reveal their contrasting memories of school and Eamonn Holmes hosts the star-studded event at the London
Palladium. Viewers can post nominations for the awards at www.teachingawards.com.
Producer Kate Shiers ; Executive producer Karen Brown (S) (W)
Repeats are not indicated.
Open Science 12.30 Science Shack - Can You Live Underwater? (S)(W) 97431 1.00 The Next Big Thing- Eyes in the Skies (S)
11180 1.30 Lab Detectives (S) (W) 5545764 1.50 What Have the 60s Ever Done for Us (S) 7986696 2.00 A Life of Time (S)
2.30 The Nature of Impacts and Their impacts on Nature (S) 52054 3.00 The Challenge - Tay Bridge Disaster (S)(W) Youth Creativity 3.30 Blast TV 2: a showcase of film, music, dance and writing created by teenagers. (S) Languages 4.00 Espana Viva (parts 9-10)
Switched On 5.00 Be Creative: computer tips. (S)
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