Emily has lost a lucky sock.
Ned wants to be a policeman.
A look at the weather. (Signed)
Peacocks in Korea.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Starship (ages 6-7)
10.50 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-6) 6100401 11.05 Maths Challenge (ages 10-11)
11.20 The Flying Gardener
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 KS2 Science Clips (ages 7-9) Triple bill.
Followed by The Witness
Sentimental comedy in the season marking
Norman Wisdom 's 90th birthday. A window cleaner stumbles upon a kidnap plot. Review page 56. Director John Paddy Carstairs (1956, U) (BW) On the Beat is on Thursday at 1.20pm
Barry Norman on Norman Wisdom: p51
A wheelchair-friendly garden that's a haven for wildlife - can the team make it happen?
Picturesque French town Biot hosts the antiques show.
Lesley Waters and Kevin Woodford take the culinary challenge. (5)
With Anne Robinson.
Presenter Paul Martin meets an avid collector of teapots as Dolgellau in the golden hills of mid-Wales welcomes the antiques show.
9/12. Will a mix of wine, games and food make the French town of Eymet a favourite with the folk of Sedbergh in Cumbria? The visitors want to convince Sedbergh to twin with them - but haven't reckoned with the British weather. Continues tomorrow, 7pm. Director Cal Turner ; Series producer Helen Nightingale
2/6.The Trap. One million flamingos face baboons and fish eagles on East Africa's Lake Bogoria. It's the only place where these predators kill flamingos - so why do the birds go there? Sean Pertwee narrates. Producer Emma Peddie ; Series producer Lizzie Green
5/6. Will a breakthrough sports kit design, a range of avant-garde jewellery or an innovation in plant care convince any of the quintet of investors to part with some of their cash - or will the entrepreneurs leave with nothing? Presented by Evan Davis. Director Martyn Smith ; Series producer John Hesling
Repeated tomorrow at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
4/6. Corruption. By 1943, life was good for many of the SS. Eyewitness accounts recall how those in power at Auschwitz lined their pockets with wealth stolen from Jewish inmates while also engaging in illicit affairs. Narrated by Samuel West. Directors Martina Balazova and Detlef Siebert
Producer Laurence Rees
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4/5. Sperm Wars. The website ManNotlncluded.com matches women with sperm donors, but, because the sperm is fresh not frozen, it isn't regulated in the same way as conventional clinics. Its founder, John Gonzalez , has been criticised by lesbian groups - despite them being his target market - and investigated by tabloids. Now he wants to start a regulated clinic. But will he be welcomed by the establishment? Director Donna Sharpe ; Series producer Kate Middleton
Repeated next Monday
With Kirsty Wark.
6/10. Tinseltown TV's Sheeraz Hasan explains how he achieved the "American dream". Plus painter Sacha Jaffery and Indian-inspired therapies. With music by British hip-hoppers Foreign Beggars.
Series producer Gurdip Bhangoo ; Executive producer Tommy Nagra www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork
Biggest Sculpture: BBC4 on BBC2
With B of the Bang recently unveiled in Manchester, this is the story of the steel starburst and its creator. Producer Tristan Quinn
Satirical comedy with an early starring role for Robert De Niro. When carefree Paul Shaw receives his army draft papers, he enlists his friends in a bid to fail his medical. Review page 56. Director Brian De Palma (1968, 18)
Then The Witness Recalling a historical event.
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Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise at Home KS2 Parents & Children:
English Reading, grammar and spelling. 65395
4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home KS2 English