Piggley's teacher comes to dinner.
A flower fairy visits the cafe.
A goat helps pick a flower.
Mitzi organises a big adventure.
What does Tyra like about school? (Signed)
The friends find their very own red nose.
A visit to Namibia.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Blotto. Stan escapes his wife for a night on the town with Ollie.
News from Westminster.
Up with the Gibbons. A day in the life of the speediest and most elusive of apes, filmed in Thailand's jungle. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Business and finance with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
The world indoor championships, live from Norfolk, including the ladies' final. Presented by Jill Douglas and Rishi Persad , with commentary by John Price and David Corkill.
Bristol hosts the antiques show. (Revised rpt)
Tony Tobin and Phil Vickery get hot and steamy with presenter
Living someone else's life is beginning to take its toll. Jobs are testing the parents and a mention of school doesn't go down well with the children.
Producer Sharon Walker ; Series producer Sandy Watson
Lovers of the great outdoors, the Simmonds family drive to the country each weekend. Now Mark and Lynda want to move permanently. Catherine Gee has £330,000 to find them a home in the Wye Valley.
The human cost of aviation was keenly felt in 1937. The German airship Hindenburg was scheduled to make the first commercial crossing of the Atlantic. The tragic consequence was relayed via America's first pre-recorded network news broadcast.
First shown on BBC4 (AD)
4/12. A stockbroker-turned-dairy farmer is among those trying to convince the people of Sedbergh.
Cumbria, to twin with Athienou in Cyprus. Will they learn to appreciate cafe culture when the normally sleepy streets are given a Cypriot twist?
Wolves and Caribou - an Endless Dance. A story of motherhood against all odds unfolds annually when pregnant caribou cross the Canadian tundra to give birth. Wolves are a threat at every step - and bears, raging torrents and arctic weather add to the peril. Producer Jeff Turner ; Series editor Tim Martin (AD)
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature
2/4. Three aggressive bears are loose near the town of Churchill in Canada. Tony Hawks narrates.
Producer Paul Appleby ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
A drama-documentary hypothesis on the legalisation of drugs. In a Britain of the future, clubs and bars are licensed to sell drugs such as ecstasy. But when two girls die, the regulatory body Ofdrug sends an agent to investigate. A debate on issues raised follows. The If.... strand continues in the spring.
Writers Nick Copus and JC Wilsher; Director Nick Copus
Series editor Mary Downes
Former drugs czar Keith Hellawell , Emma Bonino MEP, forensic psychiatrist Andrew Johns and drug legalisation think-tank head Danny Kushlick discuss issues raised by the preceding If.... Drugs Were Legal. Producer Robbie Gibb
With Jeremy Paxman.
Malaria: the Vaccine Challenge 2/2
Investigating the global efforts to combat malaria - the solutions being both medical and economic.
See yesterday's choice.
Today's highlights from the world indoor championships in Norfolk.
Schools Repeats not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
2.00 Revisewise Challenge at School English
Revision support for KS2 national tests. 11400 4.00 Expressive Arts Programme Dance.