6.00 Pingu: A double bill of the fun with the little penguin. (R)
6.10 Fireman Sam: Bella's necklace has disappeared. (R)
6.20 Fimbles: Fimbo finds a pile of pictures. (R)
6.40 Tweenies: The friends prepare some Italian food. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
10.20 Hands Up BSL (ages 9-11) SEN Literacy- The Iron Man (part 4) 4560223 10.35 Watch (ages 5-7) Celebrations - Christianity 3087117
10.50 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) A Seesaw World 3091310
11.05 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 6-7) Creatures of the Night 6290020
11.20 Focus (ages 9-11) Citizenship: Think about It - Disaster
Romantic melodrama starring Cary Grant. Estranged by tragedy, Roger and Julie Adams are about to part. But Julie recalls happier times as she listens to the strains of Penny Serenade. Review page 56. Director George Stevens (1941, U) (BW) Every Girl Should Be Named: tomorrow 1pm Film Highlights: page 49
Julie Gardiner Adams:
One of the enigmas surrounding Glastonbury has been the origin of a series of stepped terraces on the Tor. Were they part of a Neolithic maze or even fortifications built by King Arthur on his fabled Isle of Avalon? In the last of the series, Aubrey Manning asks if there's a connection between the terraces and the myriad myths about this part of Somerset. [web address removed]
London to Devon. After a combined total of 50 years spent on the daily commute, Enfield couple Chris and Sue Neaves want to start a new, rural life in the vicinity of Lyme Regis, on the Devon-Dorset border. With Catherine Gee. (R)
American journalist-turned-author Michael Drosnin claims he can predict the future using a 3,000-year-old code hidden within the Bible. With professed scientific backing from a theoretical mathematician, Drosnin believes that Armageddon could take place in 2006, while in he accurately predicted the assassination of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, a year before it happened. Could he have stumbled upon one of the most important discoveries ever made? Horizon puts the Bible Code to the test.
In the last of the series, Bill Bailey, Richard E. Grant and Linda Smith join regular Alan Davies to face quick-witted quizmaster Stephen Fry. Topics include ants, apples and Afghanistan. A repeated edition follows at 10.30pm on BBC4, and there will be a special at Christmas.
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)
The Indiana Jones trilogy boxed set is reviewed. Stuart Maconie also introduces BBC4's inaugural World Cinema award.
Shown last Friday on BBC4
BBCi: digital viewers can access the World Cinema award shortlist (and vote for their favourite film) via the red button on the handset
Jodie Foster, Samuel L Jackson and Michelle Pfeiffer contribute to a profile of the fashion pioneer Giorgio Armani, a retrospective of whose work is now showing at the Royal Academy.
Then, The Witness: First-hand account of a historic event. (R)
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Rough Science: five scientists-turned-gold prospectors try to devise an automated panning machine. 71006
1.00 The Next Big Thing- Endless Energy 49063
1.30 Lab Detectives 8740605
1.50 What Have the 70s Ever Done for Us? 4098247
2.00 Waving Not Drowning: two trawler captains try to cope without radar. 70402 2.30 The Cretaceous Greenhouse - A Surfeit of Carbon 99537
3.00 Cyber Talk
3.30 Blast TV 5: a showcase of film, music, dance, art and writing created by teenagers.
4.00 Deutsch Plus (part 2)
Make Your Mark
5.00 Your Job, Your Choice: the realities of the working world, as discovered by young people.
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