Bold clings to life. (R) (S)
The race to the portal. (R) (S)
Archie's creation causes trouble.
Recycled rubbish becomes a centrepiece.
Jetta exploits a friendship.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) 3858530 10.45
Razzledazzle (ages 4-5)
11.05 Something Special (ages
4-7) 3938511 11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-11)
Excavating an Iron Age village in theCotswolds.
Repeats are not indicated.
Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+) Christianity®
3/3 New World. Weird and wonderful creatures at large.
The toll the war took on the human spirit.
(BW) (More tomorrow at 2.20pm)
4/5 How an adoption plan in Italy may help the elderly. (5)
Weston-super-Mare in Somerset plays host today.
On safari in Namibia, Ben Fogle and Kate Humble discover the conflict between desert elephants and tourists has resulted in six deaths in ten years. A young cheetah cub is injured in a trap - can the veterinary team save him? And life in the slow lane - the man who is saving Namibia's tortoises.
Anarchic tearaways Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood host a more twisted spin on the old favourite as four members of two families - each consisting of two adults and two children - pit their wits against each other in quick-fire rounds of questions. RT DIRECT: Dick and Dom's In da Bungalow is E9.99 (VHS) or E12.99 (DVD), incl p&p. To order call [number removed]7979 (national rate)
Composer and Master of the Queen's Music Sir
Peter Maxwell Davies talks about his career, there's an interview with maverick architectural talent
Zaha Hadid , and a look at the arctic Cape Farewell Expedition, which is all about deriving inspiration from the ice, seas and environment in temperatures of -35°C. Plus Robert Hughes on the latest big art history book. Presented by Charles Haziewood.
Series producer Sam Starbuck ; Executive editor George Entwistle
Repeated at 11.20pm
D-Day: the Untold Story. D-Day was the most decisive battle of the Second World War, yet things went badly wrong on Omaha Beach and over 2,000 men lost their lives. It could have been very different if a secret weapon designed for the invasion had made it to the beach. Why did the weapon fail on the sea floor? This edition of the series uncovering the secrets of extraordinary shipwrecks employs dramatic reconstructions to show what really happened. Narrated by Charles Dance.
Producer Will Aslett; Director Bucy McDonald RT DIRECT: Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea VHS, £17.99 (RRP EI9.99) including p&p. To order call [number removed]3850 (national rate)
James Burton is articulate, well spoken - and a compulsive gambler. When it comes to spending his disability pension windfall on either practical things like clothes and food, or a trip to the bookies the answer is always the same. His self-destructive ways have already lost him a life of respectability, a wife and family, job and company car. Desperate to gamble, he becomes agitated and frantic as soon as he gets cash in his pocket. This intimate film, which heralds a series of documentaries on compulsive behaviour, portrays James's struggle with his addiction. As the relationship between James and the film's director grows, James feels he has someone he can trust and to whom he can finally release his demons. Further episodes in the series will be shown in a month's time.
Director Henry Singer ; Executive producer Richard Klein The UK's hidden addiction: page 38
With Jeremy Paxman.
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision German. Exam revision looking at the GCSE curriculum. Including everyday experiences, personal and social life, the world around us, the world of work and the international world.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Spanish. An exam revision programme that looks at the GCSE curriculum, including everyday experiences.