Help for a girl under a curse.
Gemma tries to free the turtle.
What's to be done with Miss Hoolie's collection of foil trays?
Lofty's inspired by a goat.
The friends compare collections.
The kids get a new teacher.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Inventive and engaging Laurel and Hardy masterpiece.
Review page 56. (1937, U) (BW)
News from the election campaign.
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Winds of Change. Human remains in Northumberland.
Repeats are not indicated.
Numbertime (ages 6-7)
8/8. The politicians field questions from the people of Bristol.
2/5. Mick Jagger. Former Rolling Stones bassist Dick Taylor on his relationship with his lead singer. See yesterday's choice. Alan Trtchmarsh on famous friends: p36
A visit to Aldershot yields some military medals.
Ross Burden and Tony Tobin are in culinary competition.
The Egyptian fruit bats fly in, while the wallabies hop off to their new enclosure.
Producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
(Revised rpt) www.bbc.co.uk/animals
More quick-fire questions and zany stunts.
Director Simon Hepworth; Series producer Mirella Breda
) New series 1/5. Colourful personal injury claims firm
Amelans gets the fly-on-the-wall treatment. James ' "the Grazer" Hough takes a call from a country and western singer who's been shot by a cannon while on stage. And " the unluckiest man in Rochdale" pursues his fifth claim. Mark Radcliffe narrates.
Director/Producers Dan Gooding and Nick Mattingly
1/5. Simon Reeve 's travelogue, taking in 'countries' unrecognised by the rest of the world.
Breakaway state Somaliland in East Africa proves to be a rather different proposition to its anarchic neighbour Somalia. It even has its own government - including a foreign minister who delivers babies.
First shown on BBC4
The Eagle Has Landed. Ospreys, red kites and sea eagles were once on the brink of extinction. But these magnificent birds of prey are recovering fast. After a 100-year absence, could they be about to reclaim the skies of southern England? Narrated by Bill Oddie.
Producer Fergus Beeley ; Series editor Michael Gunton
Idyllic scenes of Devon's River
Dart, home to badgers, foxes, herons and kingfishers. Producer Roger Webb : Executive editor Fiona Pitcher
12/12. Each week, businessman Sir Alan Sugar fires another potential apprentice. This week he'll also be hiring. To separate the two remaining candidates there's one final project - a party each on a Thames riverboat. The rivals have three days to come up with a theme for their parties, sell tickets, and organise the entertainment. Passengers or no passengers, the boats will leave on time. By then, will someone's ship already have sailed? With strong language.
Repeated Saturday [web address removed] RT DIRECT: the paperback book The Apprentice by Alan Sugar, is Â£10.99 (RRP Â£12.99) inc p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
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The winner, their new boss and the failed candidates talk to Adrian Chiles about the lessons they've learned. Director Geri Dowd : Producer Tanya Shaw
With Kirsty Wark. (si
The TV dramatist talks frankly about a controversial career in which he's scripted hit shows including Queer as Folk, Casanova and Doctor Who.
Producer Merryn Thneadgould ; Exec producer Michael Poole
Profiling the Booker Prize-nominated author of 19th-century-set novels Fingersmith and Tipping the Velvet. Narrated by Dilly Barlow.
Director Claire Hobday ; Exec producer David Okuefuna
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Key Stage Three Bitesize Revision Science Two Changing materials, chemical reactions, electricity and magnetism, energy resources and energy transfer.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision World Religions