The cub visits a rubbish tip.
Three tales of mystery. (S)
Jade's body is taken over.
Animated antics taking place at a horse show.
Exemplary family drama.
Texas 1869: a stray yellow dog is adopted by a farming family and proves its worth. But one day a cowboy arrives to claim the animal. Review page 61.
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The duo answer a lonely-hearts ad. (BW)
Grandpa Leaves Home. Grandpa feels neglected. (BW) Followed by The Witness
Highlights of last week's women s
World championship, which took place in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
Producer Gary Franses
The Conference at Chantilly at the end of 1915.
(BW) (R) (S) (Continues tomorrow at 2.20pm)
With Eve Pollard, Angus Scott and Bonnie Langford.
Rival antique hunters explore flea markets in Bordeaux. (S)
Lesley Waters and Paul Rankin race against the clock. (5)
Folk from Chelmsford in Essex bring items for appraisal by Paul Martin and the experts.
A test of sheer stamina awaits the three finalists as they are flown out to the North Sea to prepare lunch for the 600 crew of warship HMS Illustrious and a three-course dinner for 50 officers. RT DIRECT: accompanying hardback book, Â£13.99 (RRP Â£14.99) including p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
In advance of Dick and Dom's new version of the quiz starting soon, the original programme, hosted by Robert Robinson , is recalled in this documentary, from the insufferably bright children to the less-than-inspiring graphics. Writer Tim Lott and ex-chief inspector of schools Chris Woodhead talk about the show while former contestants recall their experiences. There's the chance to revisit the series with a repeat of the 1983 final at 7.35.
Producer Ashtar Alkhirsan ; Executive producer Karen Steyn
Contestants field questions from John Humphrys on the French Revolution 1789-1794, the life and novels of George Eliot , the history of the World
Chess championship and the Trumptonshire Trilogy of Camberwick Green, Trumpton and Chigley.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
4/12. Castings. Heading north of the border, Fred and his steersman Alf marvel at the ingenuity of the Falkirk wheel and visit one of the few surviving traditional iron works in the area. Then, after some repairs at the Bo'ness and Kinneil railway, they take off to cross the Forth Road Bridge. Director/Producer David Hall (AD)
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The banning of religious symbols in schools has become a talking point recently here. In France, however, it has become law, a move that has provoked outrage among the country's 15 million Muslims.
This thought-provoking film follows a group of veiled girls at a Paris school who are resisting the new law in defiance of their headmaster. The girls risk expulsion and could forfeit vital exam qualifications, but the head believes school should be a bastion against a rising tide of Islamic fundamentalism.
Director Elizabeth Jones ; Executive producer Alison Rooper
Big-collared comic Harry Hill confesses his pet hates to Paul Merton , which include ice-cream vans and God. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne (AD)
With Gavin Esler.
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In the first of two life swaps, former Spice Girl Emma Bunton moves to India to be in a Bollywood movie, while Indian starlet Sameera Reddy comes to
London for a role in Casualty. How will both fare? Producer Sangita Manandhar ; Executive producer Cesca Eaton
Shown on Saturday at 1.30pm Who Do You Think You're Talking To? is tomorrow at 11.20pm
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Human Geography
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Modern British History. Including the General Strike.