Ben and Small play a memory game.
The cub bears the brunt of a joke.
Josie faces her fear of skipping.
Mr Tumble's got new shoes. (Signed)
Kites in India.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Murder Case. A scary mansion hosts the reading of a wealthy relative's will.
News from Westminster.
Odd Noses of Borneo. The life of the aptly named proboscis monkey.
Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Tame thriller starring
Hugh Sinclair. Slick sleuth
Simon Templar stumbles across a gaggle of spies, thugs, cut-throats and bumbling policemen vying for possession of an innocent-looking music box. Review page 51.
Director Leslie Fenton (1941) (BW)
Joe Swift transforms an odd-shaped garden using outdoor lights and a water feature. <S)
Merthyr Tydfil hosts the auction-house action.
Ross Burden and Antony Worrall Thompson mix it up.
Kevin struggles to produce a market briefing for one of Fabrizio's most important corporate clients.
Producer Paul Bithrey
7/8. The triple jump's hard enough for a human - how will a machine fare? Concludes tomorrow, 6.30pm.
8/12. A butcher plays host to a charcutier, while an estate agent is paired with a property guru. How will the visitors' Gallic skills translate to Cumbria? <s)
The 1963 heist is legendary in the annals of crime.
But exactly what took place that day? Interviews with the gang's leader and the son of the engine driver inform this blow-by-blow account of the robbery. Director David Bartlett ; Executive producer Chris Kelly
First shown on BBC4
The waters around southern Africa are home to over 140 species of shark, from the formidable great white, to the diminutive pyjama shark. The key to this amazing diversity? A unique clash of warm and cold currents, dividing the ocean into habitats as different as desert and forest. David Attenborough narrates.
(Repeated next Sunday)
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A snappy guide to sharks: page 26
Marguerite Smits van
1/2. Saturday night in the heart of the jungle - Gavin Thurston recalls the making of the series Congo.
Producer Brian Leith ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher The repeat run of Congo continues next Sunday
1/3. The Chick and the Hairy Guy. Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais 's dramatisation of Jonathan Coe 's novel.
Three school friends growing up in 1970s Birmingham discover the wonderful worlds of girls and music, while their parents face some challenges of their own.
Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director Tony Smith Rptd next Sat Behind the Scenes: p10; One to Watch - Julian Rhind-Tutt p55
Voice of adult Ben:
Under the new Extradition Treaty, Londoner Babar Ahmad could become the first British citizen to be tried by the US judicial system. As Babar's father campaigns for his son's right to be tried in Britain, this documentary examines the impact of new anti-terrorist laws.
Producer Liviu Tipurita : Series producer Richard Bee
With Jeremy Paxman.
4/6. Entrepreneurs attempt to impress business gurus. Shown yesterday at 8pm
Schools Repeats not indicated, www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone
2.00 Revisewise Challenge at School Science
4.00 Technology - Energy Foresight