Is it possible to become invisible?
Sorting saucepans in order of size.
The duo meet a thirsty penguin.
A look at jungle animals. (Signed)
Making an Indian dish.
BBC Teletubbies Magazine: Â£1.65, new issue on sale 21 January
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) Double bill. 4194237 11.10 Let's
Write Non-Fiction (ages 9-11) Triple bill. 1560927 12.10 Revisewise Shorts (ages 9-11) (5)
Business and finance news with Adam Shaw. (5)
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Watch (5-7) Double bill. Barnaby Bear
The late Bob Peck guest-stars and Indy encounters Vlad the Impaler as our hero's travels take him to Istanbul and Transylvania.
Memories of Turkey are evoked for a couple who want a garden fit for outdoor dining. IS)
Isle of Anglesey hosts the antiques auction show.
Nick Nairn and Phil Vickery take the culinary challenge.
Anne Robinson's snippy quiz.
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Can an Italian family cope with English breakfasts? Sophisticates Fabrizio and Elizabetta are in charge of a traditional B&B in Blackpool while its owners enjoy relaxing in Rome. Hosted by Nadia Sawalha.
Producer Rob Lambie ; Series producer Sandy Watson
5/8. Who can build the best sand digger? Fearne
Cotton and Dick Strawbridge challenge inventors at a Blackpool Beach showdown. Continues tomorrow. Series producer Stephen Rankin www.bbc.co.uk/geronimo
4/5. Rebellion at St Giles'. St Giles' in Edinburgh is among our most modest cathedrals, yet became the symbolic heart of Scottish Christianity. When
Charles I tried to change the way Scots worshipped and turn the church into a cathedral, he was playing with fire. Here, the building's unsettled history is brought to life. Narrated by Paul McGann.
Director Tim Niel ; Executive producers Neil McDonald and Emma Willis www.bbc.co.uk/religion
Sir Thomas Hope:
Bishop of Edinburgh:
4/6. After the disaster, the villagers reassess their lives - with unexpected results. Emily decides to pursue her life's ambition and Raymund resumes his career as an artist. Meanwhile, at the rectory, life for Christine will never be the same again.
Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
Manchester University tackle Newcastle for a place in the quarter-finals. Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Peter Gwyn
4/6. Several hours of vomiting and harrowing visions - in one of his toughest tests, Bruce Parry is inducted into a rainforest religion of the Babongo people of Gabon. The ritual involves an overdose of a powerful hallucinogenic and could be fatal. Tribe follows the build-up - hunting, collecting honey and getting to know his new friends - and the ritual.
Director Steve Robinson ; Executive producer Sam Organ
Kirstie Allsopp and Sean Lock join the satirical quiz. John Humphrys mans the host's hot seat.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Series producer Nick Martin
With Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Christian Slater takes to the track in a reasonably priced car, the team track down a Porsche for under El,500 and Jeremy tackles the Nurburgring.
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Fighting the Pirates. Will low-cost ferry service SpeedFerries sink or swim? A new episode can be seen tomorrow at 9.50pm.
Producer Dan Child Shown last Tuesday
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Talk French Short, practical course for beginners, based in Provence. 56922 2.30 France Inside Out Travel, people and culture in Lyon, Marseille,
Montpellier, Toulouse and Paris. 541651 5:00 Living the Dream Revisited Catching up with a British couple who run a camping site in the Dordogne.