Series two. The adventures of Dinah and her school friends.
Oswald finds gardening rather difficult.
A fresh type of yoghurt upsets Archie's new machine.
Making the Grade. Junior lies about his algebra mark.
10.20 Trade Secrets <R)
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) The Built Environment: Buildings Small and TalKS) 9865226 10.50 BBC
Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Rivers of the World: the Orinoco
11.10 The Flying Gardener
Madcap comedy starring Laurel and Hardy.
The respectable lives of Stan and Ollie are shattered by their no-good identical twin brothers.
Review page 51. (1936, U) (BW)
(More Laurel and Hardy tomorrow 10.45am)
Adrian Chiles tries his hand at bricklaying, a "break" on his Cardiff to Edinburgh cycle ride.
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Teeth and Eating 17574955 1.15 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Plants
Colourful western starring Robert Taylor. Billy Bonney joins an outlaw gang in a South West town where his childhood friend Jim Sherwood is now marshal. Review page 51.
Director David Miller (1941)
7/10. A promising young racehorse has breathing problems.
A move from Ruislip, north-west London, to rural Berkshire. <s)
Wildlife rescuers Simon Cowell and Sara Cowen team up with Paul Rankin and Lesley Waters.
2/10. Will the students gain inspiration from London's Shepherd's Bush market and South Bank? IS)
New series 1/6. Emotive wartime recollections, the pick of the regional programmes that aired in May. 01 Babes. In 1942, Private Rempson Miller marched into Bristol, one of thousands of black Gis sent to prepare for the invasion of Europe. Sixty-three years on, his daughter Rachel pieces together her father's life, uncovering a tragic family secret.
Producer James McAlpine ; Executive editor Craig Henderson
First shown on BBCI West
1/8. March in the Borders. Scotland's Dumfries and Galloway is first stop on Bill's nature tour, first shown at the beginning of the year. It's a place packed with wildlife, including red squirrels, porpoises and red kites. Producer Alex Griffiths ; Series producer Stephen Moss
Tonight's specialist subjects are the life and work of composer Giacomo Puccini , the novels of Sebastian Faulks , European nobility in the 16th century, and the classic sitcom Dad's Army. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
5/9. The Mesopotamians. From beer and battering rams to sails and chariots, the Mesopotamians had a lasting effect on the world. Adam Hart-Davis tests some of their inventions, while Hermione Cockburn unearths the stories behind these innovative people.
Producer Martin Kemp ; Series producer Ian Potts
(Revised repeat) www.bbc.co.uk/history
2/3. Twelve teenagers aged 15 to 17 have entered the Romance Academy, pledging to abstain from all forms of sexual activity. Tonight they attend a roadshow served up by an American evangelical
Christian group who condemn sex before marriage, and are then made aware of the burdens of parenting. Director Claire Walls ; Series producer Helen Nightingale
4/5. Acupuncturist Irit and her professional clown fiance Eli are about to be married, but the ceremony they've chosen - a reform wedding - is deemed controversial in Israel. The only legally recognised nuptials in the Jewish state is the ancient Orthodox service, where the woman must be a virgin and undergo ritual purification. Eli's Orthodox family are threatening to beg off - will the couple tie the knot after all?
Producer Suzie Brand ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
With Jeremy Paxman.
New series 1/8. Slovenia. Kirsty Wark's journey through countries that emerged from behind the Iron Curtain in 1989 commences in Slovenia. Its capital, Ljubljana, is a beautiful city that boasts an upmarket ski resort and fine local wine.
Director Kathryn Ross : Producer Eispeth O'Hare
1/10. People explore their ancestry. Becoming a Jew. The Rev Derek Overfield has learnt he is actually
Jewish. Will a DNA test identify his biological father? Series producer Peter Gordon ; Exec producer Simon Ford
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru: Study Skills Time management and revision. 27743 3.00 AS Guru General Studies 1 Culture, media and the arts. 54733 4.00 AS Guru: General Studies 2 Technology and society, politics and the economy.