A guessing game with all things pink.
Has a monster come to town?
Sammy wants to drive a train.
Running and swimming. (Signed)
A look at hand paintings.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The duo find themselves on a supposedly haunted ship. (BW)
Then Turning Points
The birth of John McCririck's TV career.
Interviewee (Turning Points):
Updates from Westminster. www.bbc.co.uk/dailypolitics Followed by The Witness
Herman attends a fancy-dress ball in this first ever episode of the ghoulish US comedy. (BW)
Race-against-time drama with Glyn Houston. A young girl's survival hinges on finding a blood donor who matches her rare type. Review page 57.
Director francs Searle (1962. U) (BW) (5)
Sunshine and sea air inspire Andy Sturgeon 's revamp of a front garden in Guernsey.
Two contestants searching for flea-market gems visit the pretty French town of St Emilion.
Brian Turner and Phil Vickery do culinary battle.
Kate Alcock explores Worcester Cathedral and the music of local composer Edward Elgar.
10/12. The fourth and final town is Seefeld, a ski resort in Austria. News of a Gourmet Night laid on by the visitors to Sedbergh sets taste buds tingling - but the Cumbrian townsfolk are disappointed to discover that it's an invitation-only event. (5)
20 July 1944: a daring bid to assassinate Hitler takes place at his Polish field HO. Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg , one of many officers disillusioned with the Nazi leader, puts a bomb under the Fuhrer's desk. But the coup fails. Why? Peter Guinness narrates. Director Matthew Wortman : Executive producer David Upshal
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r Serengeti: 24. It's the middle of the wet season in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, and 500,000 wildebeest are heading straight for the woodland home of a cheetah, a leopard and their cubs. For
I better or worse, over 24 enthralling hours their lives will be turned upside down. Michael Praed narrates. Producers Amanda Barrett and Owen Newman ; Series editor Tim Martin Repeated next Sunday (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/nature Wildebeest feature in Wildlife on One tomorrow at 7pm on BBC1
I 2/2. Cameraman Gavin Thurston dons a gorilla disguise to spy on Africa's sitatunga antelopes.
Producer Brian Leith : Executive producer Fiona Pitcher The repeat run of Congo concludes next Sunday
2/3. The Maws of Doom. The boys struggle with adolescence and a rapidly changing music scene that reflects the social unrest of 1970s Britain - but at least they're making progress with the opposite sex. Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais 's dramatisation of Jonathan Coe 's darkly humorous novel continues.
Irene Anderton Elizabeth Berrington NME journalist Simon Meacock Producer Chrissy Skinns ; Director Tony Smith Rptd next Sat Union battles of the 1970s are recalled in Red Robbo, 10pm on BBC4
Every few weeks, Susan and her gypsy family must take to Warwickshire's roads as Nuneaton and Bedworth Council enforce the latest in a long line of eviction notices. This insightful documentary follows Susan as she prepares for a legal showdown. What are her rights - and what are her chances of victory? Producers Richard Bee and Liz Friend
With Jeremy Paxman.
5/6. Shown yesterday at 8pm
Schools: Scottish Curriculum Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Intermediate 2/Higher Modern Studies South Africa: Issues in an Emerging Nation - a Society in Change/Local Government in Scotland
4.00 Intermediate 2 History Campaigning for
Change: Social Change in Scotland 1900-1979/From the Cradle to the Grave: Social Welfare in Britain
1880-1951/Geography - Human Environments