6.00 Fimbles 6.20 Tikkabilla
A ghoulish safari in Africa.
The Noise Next Door perform their new single She Might, while Toy and Cherise from the Faders guest in Pop Art. Plus cartoons Arthur, BB3B, Mona the Vampire and UBOS. Hosted by Kirsten O'Brien, Rochelle Wiseman and DJ Nev.
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The Noise Next Door Presenter: Kirsten
In her trawl through the vast BBC archives, Nadia Sawalha looks back at fashion - from 60s mini skirts to 80s shoulder pads. Series producer Sue Watson
Bill Oddie reveals the best ways of bringing wildlife into the garden
Shown last Friday
**** Lavish historical drama starring Charlton i-ieston, Ava Gardner and David Niven. In early 1900, Major Matt Lewis is assigned to protect the American embassy in Peking and becomes a key figure during the Boxer rebellion. Review page 56. Directors Nicholas Ray , Andrew Marton and Guy Green (1963. UXSXW)
Highlights from last weekend's inaugural Paralympic World Cup in Manchester. Forty-six nations took part across four disciplines - athletics, swimming, track cycling and wheelchair basketball. Olympians Tanni Grey-Thompson , Darren Kenny , Sascha Kindred and Nyree Lewis are all expected to line up for Great Britain. Presented by Clare Balding and Colin Jackson. Producer Helen Kuttner
Editor Alastair Mclntyre
Highlights of today's 10km event in which 20,000 runners took part. Revered Ethiopian Haile Gebrselassie should be at the front of the men's field. In the women's competition, Ireland's Sonia O'Sullivan faced stiff opposition from Isabella Ochichi of Kenya. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with commentary from
Steve Cram and Brendan Foster. Executive producer Martin Webster
Executive editor Dave Gordon
Bill Oddie narrates a film following the exploits of a female stoat and her struggle to raise a family in the grounds of Kedleston Hall in Derbyshire.
Ireland: Sculpted Isle. How natural events and human actions have helped shape the landscape of Ireland. Producers Neil Curry , Alastair MacEwen and Sean Morris ; Series editor Michael Gunton www.bbc.co.uk/nature
with Dr Tanya Byron
3/3. Over the past week, BBC3 viewers have been following three families with child troubles. The Dixon's son stubbornly refuses to eat anything apart from a nutritionally poor diet. The Pitt family cannot get their two-year-old boy to give up breast-feeding, while single mother Sarah is at the edge of despair with her attention-seeking daughter, Kelsey. Claudia Winkleman presents a recap of their time spent under the expert guidance of Dr Tanya Byron. Three more families enter the house at 8pm on BBC3. Executive producers Laura Mansfield and Martin Scott
Shown yesterday at 8.25pm on BBC3
1/11. Is the new Range Rover Sport any match for a Challenger 2 tank? Jeremy bravely decides to find out. Meanwhile, James and Richard are playing football - with the Toyota Aygo and the Mercedes CLS AMG. There's a look at new family car, the Honda Element, James Nesbitt is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car and viewers get to cast a vote for the greatest driving song of all time.
Series producer Gary Broadhurst; Executive producer Andy Wilman
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What's turning women on?: page 40
The Next Megaquake. The Boxing Day tsunami proved to be one of the worst natural disasters in history and was caused by a "mega-thrust earthguake". Scientists have now discovered that a geological structure off the west coast of America and Canada could threaten cities such as Seattle and Vancouver in the same way.
Producer Nathan Williams ; Editor Matthew Barrett Surviving the Wave: a Thailand Story is at 2.55am on BBC3
3/6. More topical comedy impressions from the team of Jon Culshaw , Jan Ravens , Phil Cornwell , Kevin Connelly and Mark Perry.
Shown last Thursday
n Candid documentary about maverick director
Terry Gilliam 's attempt to make the film The Man Who
Killed Don Quixote. When shooting begins, Gilliam must contend with torrential rains, noisy military jets, a sick leading man and ever-spiralling costs, which all conspire to put an end to the production. Showing in the Storyville strand. Film of the Week: page 49. Directors Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe (2002,15)
r Intriguing comedy documentary following the trials
I and tribulations of Mark Borchardt , odd-job man and film director, as he attempts to make a short horror film called Coven with the help of his family and friends. Review page 56.
Director Chris Smith (1999, 15)
WorkSkills: Adult Learners Week Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Skills Improving literacy and IT skills.
3.00 Books Following a reading group at a young offenders' institution. 43439 4.00 Diversity Exploring multiculturalism in the UK. 56491 5.00 Beliefs