Sally has trouble in class.
Has Ferny been turned into a bug?
Creating a recycled chill-out den.
The cub can't find his mementoes.
Visiting a sensory garden. Signed.
Wall painting fun. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Attack of the Hawkmen. In Indy joins the American flying volunteers and is sent on a spying mission to contact airplane designer Anton Fokker. Another episode tomorrow at 10.30am Followed by Turning Points
Warthogs. Which creature can outwit a lion and fight like a heavyweight champ? This film follows Kenya's surprisingly agile warthog.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. <s)
Live coverage from day six of the World Professional Darts championships at the Lakeside Country Club. Will defending champion Andy Fordham of England have made it through this far? With Ray Stubbs. BBCi: full, uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers via the red button on the handset
James Martin and Kevin Woodford strive for gastronomic glory.
Ainsley Harriott hosts.
Lord Bath goes "back to the floor" as he spends the day in the guise of a rhino keeper, while ostriches
Trevor and Honey guard their eggs. Will they hatch successfully? Plus there's a chance to meet Spirit, a little wolf cub with an enormous appetite.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble present more stories from
Longleat Safari Park in Wiltshire.
What would it be like to experience a tiger shark's extraordinary senses, which can detect things human beings cannot see or feel? Cutting-edge image technology enables us to enter a very different world, revealing search patterns and attack strategies never been seen before. Sanjeev Bhaskar narrates. Producers Peter Bassett and Michael Bright
Executive producer Neil Nightingale
Si and Dave Do Portugal. Two unlikely northern lads evoke the spirit of great Portuguese explorers as they go in search of culinary experience and cultural adventure on the Iberian peninsula. Riding the entire length of Portugal, bikers Si and Dave make several stops along the way to "tickle" trout in a flooding river, prepare a meal on the deck of a 100-year-old port boat, and to feast on traditional Portuguese fare as they overlook the sandy shores of the Atlantic. The duo also sniff out the rarest dogs in the world, listen to arresting Fado music, and unearth one of the last three producers of vinos mortes - "wine of the dead". Director/Producers Vikram Jayanti and John Stroud
3/3. Ibiza. The Balearic island is arguably the party capital of the world, a hedonistic nirvana towards which a guarter of a million Brits are drawn each year. It's an industry that provides substantial economic prosperity for the island - and spawns an underbelly of drug dealers who supply myriad clubbers with class A substances such as MDMA, cocaine and crystal meth. Featuring interviews with active dealers and ex-dealers languishing in Ibiza prison, this undercover film provides a shocking picture of Ibiza's dark side, as anti-narcotics police try to bust gangs from Liverpool and Manchester, and paramedics strive to cope with those who collapse from drug-induced exhaustion and dehydration. Contains disturbing drug-related scenes and strong language. See Tuesday's choice. Producer Steven Grandison
Hair. Tony returns from holiday sporting some hairy "face furniture". Meanwhile Gary is shocked to find that Dorothy has moved in. An episode from Simon Nye 's aloriouslv un-PC comedy from 1996.
Director Martin Dennis ; Producer Beryl Vertue Leslie Ash is a guest on The Keith Barret Show tomorrow at 10pm
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
A round-up of the action from the quarter-finals of the World Professional Darts championships at the Lakeside Country Club. With £50,000 at stake, competition is sure to be keen. Introduced by Ray Stubbs , with Bobby George. Commentary by David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. BBCi: full and uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers via the red handset button
Extended highlights of the action from day six at Frimley Green, where players vied for places in the semi-finals.