Penny needs help with knitting.
Learning to communicate. (Signed)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Hoose-Gow. The duo cause mayhem in prison. (BW)
News from Westminster.
Gelada Baboons: the Battles of Braveheart. The struggle for control of a harem on Ethiopia's Simien mountains.
The "no win, no fee" firms on the quest for endowment compensation. With Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Final mystery for the suave sleuth starring Tom Conway.
The Falcon and his sidekick Goldie plan to get away from it all, but wind up in the thick of an abduction case. Review page 57.
Director William Berke (1946)
An old garage is transformed into a sunken garden.
Auction battles in Hastings, East Sussex. With Paul Martin.
Ross Burden and Phil Vickery take the culinary challenge.
Ron causes chaos when he is let loose on the Michelin-starred French restaurant where Bruno works as head waiter, while Bruno pounds Britain's streets in an attempt to sell air-conditioning.
Producer Bruce Lambert ; Series producer Sandy Watson
3/8. Can the perfect penalty-taking machine be invented from bits of an old motorbike, fish fins and a revolving wheel with a boot attached?
How the Soviets won the race to put a man in space on April 12 1961 when Yuri Gagarin took a flight no human had taken before. With the Americans close to their own manned mission, the Soviets took a gamble on their converted ballistic missile.
First shown on BBC4
6/12. The team from Cyprus have a last chance to win over the voters of Sedbergh in Cumbria, but the locals still can't do the traditional Cypriot dancing and the Festival of Love is in jeopardy.
Echo of the Elephants - the Final Chapter? The third film charting the life of a Kenyan elephant at the Amboseli National Park. Scientist Cynthia Moss believes she is witnessing Echo's decline - until the venerable old matriarch elephant produces a surprise. Narrated by David Attenborough. Producer Mike Birkhead ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature Echo through the ages: page 29
An attempt to capture unprecedented footage of wild dogs hunting in northern Botswana.
Producers Mike Holding and Tania Jenkins
Fifteen-year-old Gareth thinks it's weird when people don't understand his family. His dad Richard decided to have a sex change and became a woman - called Diane. But the teenager's parents stayed together and have just celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. In a society of step-families, families at war and those that don't talk to each other, Gareth is quick to question those that call his set-up dysfunctional. Director Fran Landsman ; Executive producer Lynn Alleway
Moneylenders, debt collection agencies and visits from the bailiff have pushed mother-of-two Sue Kitely to the brink. Finding it hard to survive on jobseeker's allowance and child benefit, home credit providers seem to offer an answer. But extortionate rates of interest have resulted in Sue being unable to see a way out. Contains strong language.
Director/Producer Ivan O'Mahoney
With Jeremy Paxman.
2/3. The Phantom Victory. How the US neoconservatives and the Islamists came together to fight the USSR in Afghanistan and how both groups then tried to transform the world. The series concludes tomorrow at 11.20pm. See yesterday's choice. (5)
Schools Repeats not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
2.00 Revisewise Challenge at School Maths 96407 4.00 Revista Spanish language programme looking at attractions in Colombia and Spain.