Yagor tries to win the heart of Ardelia.
Grandpa Piggley Winks regales his grandchildren with tales of childhood shenanigans on an Irish farm.
Nick and Allegra travel to the Outer Dimension.
Tom accidentally sits on Tilly's model. (R) (S)
The gang cleans up after a storm.
It's a day for sticking together!
Mr Tumble doesn't know what to wear. With signing.
Taking a canal trip in India. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Phantom Train of Doom
November 1916: Indy meets a daring band of old soldiers whose mission is to destroy a massive
German artillery piece. (RMS) Another adventure tomorrow 10.30am
Are grizzlies really as ferocious as their reputations? Nick takes a dangerously close look.
Business issues with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Coverage of the fourth day's play in the world championships at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey. Presented by Ray Stubbs , with expert analysis from Bobby George. BBCi: full, uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is avai!able to digital viewers via the red button
Nutritionist Jane Clarke and personal trainer Matt Roberts go head to head. H
Tragedy unfolds up in wolf wood when another cub goes missing. And the lions get a new activity centre - but is it tough enough? More stories from Longleat Safari Park presented by Ben Fogle and Kate Humble.
Vic and Bob inflict their absurd questions on guests Eddy Grant , Mis-Teeq's Sabrina Washington and model Victoria Silvstedt. With Matt Lucas , Will Self, Ulrika Jonsson and Johnny Vegas.
Director Richard Valentine ; Producer Lisa Clark Matt Lucas also stars in Little Britain on Friday BBCI at 9.30pm
New series 1/12. Sedbergh, a picturesque town in Cumbria, is looking for a twin town from Europe in a bid to up its profile and attract more visitors to the area. A summer-long search has resulted in four possibles willing to compete to twin with Sedbergh. The first contender is Zrece, a Slovenian ski and spa town. But it seems the visiting ambassadors have a huge task ahead of them - nobody in Sedbergh has heard of Slovenia. Continues tomorrow at 7.30pm.
ProducerCal Turner; Series Prod Helen Nightingale
New series 1/6. Budding entrepreneurs have the chance to kick start their own businesses, but only if they can sell their ideas to five multimillionaires in three minutes. They're ready to invest hundreds of thousands of pounds of their own cash straight away - but will they be convinced by a product aimed at getting crying babies to sleep in seconds, a festival organiser wanting to launch a jazz extravaganza in central London, an umbrella vending machine concept, or one of the many other propositions being put forward? Presented by Evan Davis.
Director Martyn Smith ; Series producer John Hesling
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New series 1/3. London. From blighted estates to the professional middle-classes, from child crack-dealers to Ibiza's drugs tourism, these frank and shocking films reveal the scale and cost of Britain's biggest illegal industry. Tonight drug dealers describe in detail the tricks of their trade; their profits, the risks and the reasons why they deal. The film unlocks the secretive world of dealers and explodes the myths of drug taking in London, while the common assumption that drug consumption is primarily the endeavour of a wasted and damaged fringe is shattered. Continues tomorrow at 9pm.
Producer Phil Rees ; Executive producer Fiona Stourton
A seasonal special to mark the 50th anniversary of the first weather broadcast on the BBC. This documentary delves deep into the TV archives to explore our long love-hate relationship with Britain's climate, from the Big Freeze of 1963 to the devastating floods of 2003, from fog-bound football matches to washed-out Wimbledons.
Producer Louis Heaton Shown on New Year's Eve
With Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Highlights from 2004, including the Jaguar S-Type R going head to head with the Vauxhall Monaro VXR and the Chrysler 300C.
Shown Sunday at 8pm
Extended highlights of the fourth day's play at the Lakeside Country Club.