The animals reach Diamantina. (Signed)
A young Spanish boy needs help with a bicycle race.
Ben and Small's radio is on the blink.
Why is Buster so excited?
Mr Tumble gets in a mess. (Signed)
A girl rides a carousel.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9) Double bill. 6026181 11.10 Primary History (ages 7-9) (AD)
11.30 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Double bill.
Be Big. Stan and Ollie postpone a holiday with their wives to go on a stag party. (BW)
Answering questions on benefits. Email email@example.com or log on to bbc.co.uk/workinglunch Editor Tracey Hobbs
Madagascar - Land of Lemurs Following one of the species that have evolved in isolation on the island. (AD)
World championship action featuring the men's combined downhill and slalom event.
Repeated at 12.05am
The wonders of feng shui.
Two contestants try to swell their wallets following a visit to the French town of Pernes.
CBeebies presenters Pui Fan Lee and Chris Jarvis guest.
Clutter and collectables are offered for valuation at the Corn Exchange in Leeds.
Mr Fix-it. Tom and Barbara are visited by the press. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
5/6. Burghley. The 16th-century Lincolnshire residence of Lord Burghley is one of the grandest surviving houses of the first Elizabethan Age.
Lady Victoria Leatham invites Jeremy Musson to spend a weekend exploring her family home's long and rich history.
Director Spike Geilinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
5/6. A mixed border created by Alan Titchmarsh in 2001 has turned into a tangle of dead twigs and overgrown pampas grass. Undaunted by such neglect, Alan attempts to return the patch to its former glory with the help of some secateurs.
Director Kath Moore ; Executive producer Dick Colthurst RT DIRECT: How to Be a Gardener, series-one VHS E14.99 inci p&p (RRP £16.99). To order, call [number removed] (national rate)
5/8. August in Wiltshire. Soon after turning off the M4 motorway, Bill finds himself in the middle of a Wiltshire wildlife wonderland. A closer look at the banks of a disused canal reveals burrowing water voles, while a bat colony is found inside an abbey.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
New series 1/4.The Queen of Sheba. A heroine who has exercised imaginations for almost 3,000 years is the first subject of Michael Wood 's look at the world's greatest myths. The Queen of Sheba has been portrayed as goddess, demon and femme fatale - but did she really exist? Starting on Easter night in Jerusalem, the intrepid historian hunts for clues around the Red Sea from Egypt to Eritrea and Ethiopia and on to the earliest civilisation of Arabia. Director Jeremy Jeffs ; Producer Rebecca Dobbs Myth conceptions: p26; RT Direct book offer: p27
5/6. How do TV presenters and partners
Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford maintain their relationship while working unsociable hours? Keith investigates. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Alex Hardcastle
Hosted by Gavin Esler.
Bonnie Greer , John Mullan and Tim Lott join host Kirsty Wark for analysis of the cultural week.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
A scene-setter for the rugby-union extravaganza, which begins tomorrow with coverage of France v Scotland and Wales v England. With Eddie Butler.
Producers Lucy Cutler and David Purchase
In New York, Mary Gibson 's search for her missing older sister leads to the discovery of a terrifying satanic cult called the Palladists. Review page 58.
Director Mark Robson (1943) (BW)
Then The Witness A historic event recalled.
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Simple Beginnings? 90637 2.30 Building the Perfect Beast 37414 3.30 The Art of the Restorer 40114 4.00 The Celebrated Cyfarthfa Band
20327 4.30 Cinema for the Ears 33766 5.00 Wayang Golek - Puppeteers of West Java 35704 5.30 Music and Place: Long Remembered Hills