Piggley discovers the joys of rock 'n' roll.
It's time for breakfast. (Signed)
Rockit jumps on a ball found by Pom.
It's the day of the cup final in Big Town.
The number four is explained.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) 9542730 10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) Signed.
11.00 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 5-7) Double bill.
Including a report on cashing in your endowment policy.
Double bill home improvements and steam power.
Efficient western with John Wayne. Ex-cowhand
Daniel Somers takes on a ruthless oilman for the rights to drill on native
American land. Review page 57. Director Albert S Rogell (1943, U)
The team tackle the garden of a schoolteacher in Bristol.
The site of an old custard factory in Birmingham hosts the auction show Plus a look at medicine and food of the Middle Ages.
Brian Turner and Tony Tobin cook-off against the clock. (5)
A stressful week reaches boiling point as the two families meet for the first time. Accusations fly and fingers are pointed. But it's nothing compared to the fireworks that await when the O'Sullivans return home and Donna sees what's been done to her house.
Producer Vicki Young
4/8. How are the teams progressing in the challenge to construct the perfect penalty-taking machine? Presented by Dick Strawbridge and Fearne Cotton. The series continues next Monday.
The review of the latest developments on the arts and culture scene includes a report on the Celtic Connections music festival, a 19-day celebration taking place in Glasgow. Presented by Verity Sharp. Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Series editor George Entwistle
Repeated tomorrow at 11.35pm
Soup au pistou, the secrets of a well-made Bloody Mary and an encounter with a charismatic fish merchant - just some of the gastronomic results of visits to Edinburgh, an idyllic and inspirational walled garden and a food festival in the Yorkshire Dales.
Director/Producer David Pritchard
2/7. The work of salvage dealers who scour old buildings to save interesting and eclectic antiques. Anthony Reeve hopes to shift a fireplace with a price tag of E175,000, Sam Coster strips out a 1930s sink for a customer restoring a Victorian home, and Sean McDowell works his magic on a marble fireplace for a posh London pad. Narrated by Susannah Doyle.
Series producer Susan Crook
To mark the 100th anniversary of Einstein's special theory of relativity, the first of two programmes is a documentary with dramatised inserts telling the story of how he spent the last years of his life trying to produce a theory that would disprove the implications of much of his earlier work. David Graham plays Einstein, with Annette Badland as the nurse who tended to him during the last days of his life.
Einstein's Equation of Life and Death is showing next Thursday.
(Rptd Saturday. Part two of the three-part In Einstein's Shadow is at 9pm on Radio 4)
2/3. Roman Abramovich. The Russian billionaire's deep pockets have taken Chelsea to the top of the Premiership but where did his fortune originate? John Sweeney 's revealing investigations into how Abramovich ended up a major shareholder in one of Russia's biggest oil companies take him from freezing Siberia to sunny Cyprus and, by way of a beauty parlour, on to a restaurant in London's Soho. Series producer Sam Bagnall
Executive producer Fiona Stourton
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
3/3. The Shadows in the Cave. Western governments consistently refer to al-Oaeda as a highly-structured global network, poised to strike at any moment.
But, argues Adam Curtis , does such an organisation really exist? See Tuesday's choice.
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision: English 2 Poetry
4.00 GCSE Brtesize Revision: Maths 2 Algebra