Jake befriends a caveman.
5/6. Double bill.
Robert finds three feathers in David Sorrel's old room.
Can the coat of feathers save Edith's life?
PC Plum investigates a strange noise outside the nursery.
The man of steel steps into the boxing ring.
Scott is shot down over the desert.
Is Benny's new horse the next Seabiscuit?
Fourth film in the Love Bug comedy series. En route to
Brazil, Herbie and his owners get caught up in a plot to steal Incan gold. Review page 51.
Director Vinoent McEveety (1980. U) Herbie is in the Blue Peter studio. 5pm BBC1
Appreciating the fragile beauty of Romney Marsh.
How PC Ashton halved teenage trouble in one fell swoop.
Will any valuables be discovered behind the scenes at Basildon's Towngate theatre? <R)
Paul Rankin and James Tanner are under starters orders.
5/5. The Beatles Story take on the Goliaths.
Quickfire quiz, with Anne Robinson.
Viewers sound off about TV content. <R)
4/4. Rizal's Return. Rizal Shaputro made headline news after surviving eight days adrift in the Indian Ocean following the Boxing Day tsunami that killed most of his family. This final film records Rizal's return home. Producer Dale Templar
The supposedly haunted Chillingham Castle in Northumberland, home of Sir Humphry Wakefield , hosts an old-fashioned weekend party.
Producer Spike Geilinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
What does it take to produce show-winning veg year after year? Sarah Raven looks for tips from the king of vegetable cultivation, Medwyn Williams , and provides an insight into Britain's strange and wonderful fruit and vegetable culture, from the Yorkshire rhubarb triangle to the Jersey Royal farmers.
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5/13. Liverpool to Carlisle. Nicholas Crane visits
Lytham St Anne 's, site of the worst lifeboat disaster in British history, Alice Roberts relates the discovery of 5,000-year-old human footprints on a beach near Liverpool, Neil Oliver experiences the dangerous quicksands of Morecambe Bay and Mark Horton takes a look at the coastal defences at the end of Hadrian's Wall, once the outer edge of the Roman empire. INTERACTIVE: for details see Sunday at 9pm
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3/6. Dial-a-Bus. Jack and Victor decide to use a dial-a-bus service. Guest-starring Robbie Coltrane.
Writers Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill
Director/Producer Michael Hines
With Martha Kearney.
Paul Morley , Sarah Churchwell and Kwame Kwei-Armah assess the latest cultural offerings. Kirsty Wark hosts. Producer Julian Birkett
3/3. The Rebirth of Cool. British audiences were at an all-time low in the 1970s but a new generation of musicians have re-ignited interest from clubbers to the easy-listening crowd. Terence Stamp narrates.
Producer Chris Rodley ; Series producer Mike Connolly
2/2. Courtney Pine in concert with special guests including Carleen Anderson , Rob G and Talvin Singh. Director David Peterson
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
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