Big Cook Little Cook
Ben and Small have to look after a rabbit for the weekend.
6.20 Tots TV
Tiny leaves his teddy bear in the garden overnight.
Nib, Ogi and Bobin want a pet.
6.45 Wide Eye
Little Hoot and Flea hear some stories about Rangatang's arrival in the forest.
Short Change: the Fat Nation Challenge
Fun food facts.
Shown Saturday on CBBC
7.05 Snailsbury Tales
The youngsters look forward to a disco.
The aardvark's parents have an argument.
7.30 The Raven
The warriors face the Riddle Bridge.
8.00 Serious Desert
The team are hit by bad weather.
8.25 The Scooby and Scrappy Show
The pals must foil a a robbery apparently carried out by an alien.
8.50 Looney Tunes
Sylvester has to work with a dog if they are to cut the chains binding them.
9.00 Big Wolf on Campus
Dr Laszlo's experiment threatens to ruin Merton's love life.
9.20 Watch My Chops
Bernie claims to be telepathic.
9.35 Taz Mania
Double bill. The Bushrats aren't welcome at a hotel, then Taz looks for buried treasure.
PC Plum investigates a strange noise outside the nursery.
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10.20 Come Outside
Growing and buying apples.
Max spends some time fishing.
The duo try to sneak their dog into their room out of the cold.
News from Westminster.
Business updates with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Bilko helps an old friend. (BW)
Occasionally suspenseful psycho-melodrama from Douglas Sirk, starring Claudette Colbert.
Bewilderment soon turns to fear when a wealthy socialite finds herself on a train with no idea of how or why she came to be there.
Review page 55. (1948, PG) (BW)
Birds'eye view of the best gardens in Britain.
A family of three wish to trade Norwich for Cumbria.
Series producer Mandy Thomson
Chefs James Tanner and Phil Vickery compete. Jono Coleman and Harriet Scott provide the ingredients. VIEWER COMPETITION: details on Wed
Will tonight's contestants recognise the value in being team players or are they only out for themselves? Jamie Theakston presents the unconventional game show with a prize fund of up to f 10,000.
Claudia Winkleman presents more behind-the-scenes gossip from the dancing competition. How are the remaining contestants coping with rehearsals? Judge Craig
Revel-Howard joins Claudia in the studio.
Actress Natalie Casey , star of Two Pints of Lager, and comedian Ed Byrne guest on Vernon Kay 's trivia quiz.
First shown on BBC3
El Salvador. A gun-carrying ex-gang leader from Los Angeles is reporter Ben Anderson 's guide through the Central
American country riven by gang warfare. The war ended over a decade ago and he meets both right-wingers and leftist guerrillas to hear what peace has brought to the country. Series producer Frank Smith ; Editor Karen O'Connor
First shown on BBC4 (Revised repeat)
6/6. A luxury lifestyle is so important to retail management trainee Becky Miller that despite mounting credit-card debts her desire for designer goods is undiminished. Can parents Tony and Maureen persuade their daughterto mend her ways and cut back on her spending?
Producer Katya Nelhams-Wright ; Series producer Helen Bullough
3/10. The sleuthing skills she demonstrates in crime drama series Waking the Dead stand actress Sue Johnston in good stead as she launches an investigation into her own roots. Her quest begins at the National Railway Museum where she hopes to find out more about her beloved grandfather, who she believes drove the Flying Scotsman. The discoveries she makes on her journey into the past reveal a story of class struggle and sacrifice that lead her to reassess her views of her forebears.
See also Family Ties at 10pm on BBC4. (AD) [web address removed]
BBCi: digital viewers can access a range of programmes, featuring information from consultant genealogist Dr Nick Barrett , via the red button on their handset RT DIRECT: a Genealogy Suite - six CD-Roms. an internet resource centre, over Â£100-worth of vouchers from genealogy suppliers, and an illustrated book - is available for Â£29.99 (RRP Â£49.99) plus Â£2.25 p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate) quoting CDR-RT-5/10. Who Do You Think You Are? book Â£10.99 inc p&p (RRP Â£12.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Aggressive radio interviewers, the newspapers' fixation with celebrities' love lives, and television in general all come under fire from, among others, Jeremy Clarkson , Andrew Marr , Rory McGrath and Arthur Smith.
Producer Alan Lewens ; Executive producer Stuart Prebble (AD)
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Ends 12.50. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
The New Americans 1/5. This documentary series follows a diverse group of immigrants and refugees over four years as they struggle to settle in the United States. Subjects include a family who fled Nigeria's Ogoni delta, two Dominicans with dreams of sporting stardom and a young Palestinian woman troubled by the prospect of leaving her family behind in the West Bank.
Executive producers Steve James. Gordon Quinn ; Series editor Nick Fraser
The series continues tomorrow at 11.20pm
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Expressive Arts Diverse Music. Musical experiences cross cultural and geographical divides to bring together major orchestras and classical and contemporary musicians from diverse communities. 99553 4.00 Expressive Arts Music File. An introduction to composition using varied sources, from the Notting Hill Carnival to the School Proms and music from other countries.