Yagor plans to have the Duke kidnapped. (Signed)
Piggley, Ferny and Dannan turn detective.
Hiding a camera in a book.
Nick helps free the Artisoid race.
The pals meet a bird that likes showing off.
Bob helps a family of hedgehogs.
Archie finds being a super hero is not easy.
Max is making plans for a holiday.
Mr Tumble gets in a mess. Signed.
Toys in South Africa. Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Adventures in the Secret Service Indy undertakes an assignment in revolutionary Russia, where he infiltrates a Bolshevik organisation.
With Christopher Lee and Gary Olsen.
Pussies Galore. The feral felines of Rome.
Adam Shaw hosts today's edition, which will be answering viewers' questions on Investments. Email [email address removed] or via website [web address removed]
The championship reaches the quarter-finals. At this stage last year eventual champion Andy
"the Viking" Fordham continued his run towards the title by reaching the semi-finals for a fifth time. BBCi: full, uninterrupted coverage of the day's play is available to digital viewers via the red button
Jolly the giraffe is in labour at Longleat, but will the birth go smoothly? Plus the story of Sonar the two-timing tiger, and a cub drama.
Pig's Lib. Tom and Barbara want to keep pigs. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
New series 1/6. Starting at Chavenage House, a quintessentially English manor in the Cotswolds,
Jeremy Musson explores the history and architecture of country abodes. Tonight, instead of a relaxing break, he becomes involved in the estate's working life. Producer Spike Geilinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith Stately sleepovers: page 33
New series 1/6. A garden is for life - not just a TV makeover - so Alan Titchmarsh returns to six of the gardens he created for his original back-to-basics series. All need attention, some more than others, but over a season he shows how to nurture them and get them to their best as mature, established gardens. This week, the family garden.
Series producer Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst Alan Titchmarsh tunes up: page 37
New series 1/8. March in the Borders. Scotland's
Dumfries and Galloway is first stop on Bill's nature tour. From the thousands of geese and swans that make this their winter home to the red squirrels, porpoises and red kites that are here all year round, the Borders prove to be a fantastic place to see wildlife. Producer Alex Griffiths ; Series producer Stephen Moss Nature near and far: page 20
Sailors, naval officers, nurses and pilots bring to life the extraordinary drama of 24 hours that would change the world. The Japanese attacks on Hawaii's Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 took the USA by surprise and in just two hours five battleships were out of action and more than 2,000 people dead. Producer Dan Clifton ; Executive producer David Upshal
First shown on BBC4
New series 1/6. Rob Brydon's comic creation from Marion & Geoff is back to host another round of chat shows, this time inviting celebrity couples to reveal the ingredients of a successful relationship. His guests tonight are actress Leslie Ash and her husband Lee Chapman, and celebrity singing coaches David and Carrie Grant.
The almost insanely optimistic and cheerful Keith Barret (the marvellous Rob Brydon) returns for a new series of his chat show, in which he dispenses relationship advice to famous couples.
Tonight he's joined by a couple beloved of the tabloids, though for all the wrong reasons - former footballer turned restaurateur Lee Chapman and his wife, actress Leslie Ash. (You may recall them baring their souls in the autumn last year on an uncomfortable but shamefully riveting Tonight with Trevor McDonald.) No preview tapes were available, but with the masterly Brydon in charge, it's bound to be fun, if doubtless frequently excruciating, thanks to the well-meaning Keith's desire to please.
Hosted by Gavin Esler.
Rosie Boycott , Tom Paulin and Ian McMillan join Kirsty Wark for the arts review. Series producer Tanya Hudson
day seven of the championships.
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Repeats not indicated.
Open University/General Interest
2:00: Framing and Forming
2:30: The Sonnet
3:00: Music to the Ear
3:30: Philosophy in Action: Debates about Boxing
4:00: The Emperor's Gift
4:30: Seeing through Maths: Taking Off
5:00: Seeing through Maths: Wood, Brass and Baboon Bones
5:30: Seeing through Maths: A Source of Inspiration