The gang struggle to stay awake in the telley. (AD
6 20 Teletubbies
Po is too tired to eat her Tubby toast.
6.45 Clifford the Big Red Dog
The canine is led astray.
Muffy discovers that she has head lice, and there's a view of life through Arthur's eyes.
7.30 Really Wild Show
1/14. Michaela Strachan reports on the plight of dancing bears in India.
Shown yesterday on BBC1
8.00 Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles
Michelangelo is in danger of losing his powers.
8.20 Stitch Up!
A couple of librarians try to stay silent.
8.45 Looney Tunes
Daffy wants to win a raft race to Hawaii and Casper hatches a duck egg.
9.00 Rule the School
3/7. The new pupils embark on a Justin Timberlake dance routine and the rappers try to become Eminem.
The gang try to stop the advance of autumn.
Presenter (Really Wild Show):
Milo leaves footprints on the floor.
Meeting the animals of the Australian Bush. (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Archie makes a bun.
For cast see BBC1 today at 3.25pm
10.55 Beebie's Tails
Ian Kelsey reads today's story, Beebie and the Stripy Animals.
Storyteller (Beebie's Tails):
n Drama starring Mikhail Baryshnikov as Anton Sergeyev , a ballet star and womaniser, who arrives in Italy for a film production of Giselle. When he spots an American teenager in a bar and offers her a place in the ballet, her infatuation soon overtakes the production. Review page 57.
Director Herbert Ross (1987, PG)
The women are transferred away from Fort Baxter. (BW)
Michael Palin appeals on behalf of the Motivation Charitable Trust. Contact and donation details on Sunday
Ben Fogle visits a famous movie location.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Peter Ustinov. On 22 February 1969, Mexican General
Maximilian Rodrigues de Santos leads his grumbling
87-man army in a bid to retake the Alamo. Review page 57.
Director Jerry Paris (1969, U)
Rodrigues de Santos
Jan Squires and Adam Partridge assess Nottingham's antiques. Executive producer Jane Lomas
Chefs Brian Turner and Nick Nairn compete.
Restaurateur Tony Lockwood and his wife Fiona are keen to move away from Doncaster in South Yorkshire. But a frugal Tony needs a bit of convincing from Nick Page to splash out a little more on their dream home in Herefordshire. Executive producer Kate Roberts
Food. Hamburgers, asparagus and salmon stuffed with bay leaves go to show that Romans knew how to eat well-And as for wine ... Presented by Adam Hart-Davis .
Producers Simon Barker and Catrine Clay
On the eve of this year's Masters, six-times champion Jack Nicklaus offers his guide to this year's tournament, assessing who is in line to win the coveted Green Jacket. Coverage from the first day's play at the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA begins tomorrow at 9pm. With Steve Rider. www.rjbc.co.uk/sport Alan Titchmarsh on Augusta's glories: page 39
1/3. The survival expert offers an insight into an amazing wartime mission in Norway, undertaken 60 years ago, which was immortalised by the Hollywood movie The
Heroes of Telemark. Tonight Mears and a team of modern-day winter warfare specialists retrace the epic journey made by the original commandos, who survived appalling hardship to sabotage Hitler's atomic bomb project.
Producer Martin Pailthorpe ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst
5/5. Britain is in the grip of an obesity epidemic approaching American proportions. This drama-documentary takes a hypothetical leap to 2020, where the NHS can't cope with the consequences of the problem - diabetes, heart disease and cancer are rampant and new rules are about to force hospitals to withdraw treatment from the fattest patients. Dr Jane Randell knows that her obesity treatment programme for new patients could be their last chance. The series returns later this year.
Producer Richard Curson Smith www.bbc.co.uk/if
4/6. Defence of the Realm. Clark has made it into the Ministry of Defence, but the political temperature is rising and Margaret Thatcher 's grip on the Tory Party appears to be slipping fast. Episode five follows on BBC4 at 10.30.
Dramatised by Jon Jones ; Producer Kate Lewis
Director Jon Jones First shown on BBC4 RT SHOP: book offer, The Alan Clark Diaries , £8.99 each, or buy all three for £17.98. Includes p&p. Order on [number removed] (national rate)
With Gavin Esler.
n George A Romero 's sequel to his classic Night of the Living
Dead, concluding BBC2's season of horror films. The US is being overrun by zombies, but four people escape the mayhem by helicopter and land on the roof of a vast shopping mall that contains everything they need to survive. However, the living dead also covet this temple to consumerism. How long can the humans hold out? Review page 57.
(1979, 18) Film Highlights: page 48
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2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision: Science 1
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: Science: Biology
Cell activity, humans as organisms and living things in their environment.