Series two.A creature emerges from the giant egg.
Playing with lit candles.
High winds keep the school photographer away.
Grassy Knoll. Junior's pressured to smoke dope.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Around Scotland: The Built Environment: Buildings to Live In
10.50 BBC Primary Geography: Rivers of the World: The Angara
The inspirational landscapes and gardens of Britain.
Live coverage from the Liberal Democrat Party Conference. Continues at 2.30pm.
BBC Parliament live coverage from 9am
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Pod's Mission (ages 7-9) Double bill.
Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Can Pencoed, a castle in Bridgend, be saved?
More from the Liberal Democrat Party Conference. BBC Parliament live coverage from 9am
10/10. As a busy foaling season is coming to a close, Tracey and Charlie drop a bombshell.
Paul Rankin and Phil Vickery compete. RECIPES: available on Ceefax page or via www.bbc.co.uk/food
7/10. Tackling sculpture and painting, Ulrika picks a Plasticine boxing glove, Clarissa selects a spoon and John decides on a dinosaur.
2/6. Bombs and Bread. Planes dropped bread instead of bombs in a series of mercy missions that saved millions from starvation at the end of the war. Sixty years on the airmen behind Operation Manna meet the people who owe their lives to the RAF. Producer Mark McMullen ; Executive editor Craig Henderson
First shown on BBC1 Yorkshire/Lincolnshire
2/8. Pembrokeshire. The stunning Welsh coastline welcomes a bewigged Bill, as he feeds the birds, paddles a canoe through pristine woodland and shows how anyone can make a wildlife film.
Producer Alex Griffiths ; Series producer Stephen Moss
Igor Stravinsky , ice dance, Lord Randolph Churchill (the father of Winston) and Status Quo are tonight's specialist subjects. Presented by John Humphrys. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
6/9. The Egyptians. From the noisy bazaars of Cairo to serene temples of Luxor, roving reporter Amani Zain tells us the stories behind the golden age of these industrious peoples. From boats to bead drills and from pyramids to mummification, Adam Hart-Davis shows us the lasting effect this ancient world has left on the technology we use today.
Series producer Ian Potts (Revised repeat)
3/3. With graduation from the Romance Academy on the horizon, the teenagers have embraced the abstinence movement and now want their friends involved. So can they sell the no sex message to a new bunch of teenagers? And, in the last month of the project, can the group be honest about the mistakes they've made - or will some fall at the final hurdle? Contains strong language.
Director Helen Nightingale : Executive producer Zad Rogers
5/5. Mohammed Allach is Holland's most famous
Muslim footballer. But the country has simmered with racial tension since the murder of film-maker Theo van Gogh by a Muslim fundamentalist. Tough player Allach has become a spokesman for tolerant Islam, and his marriage to a white woman a symbol of hope amid burning mosques and churches.
Producer Ivan O'Mahoney ; Series producer Sam Bagnall The This World series returns in November
With Jeremy Paxman.
2/8. Hungary. Revisiting a country where she spent part of her honeymoon, Kirsty Wark enjoys an all-over mudpack and travels on a railway run by kids.
Director Kathryn Ross ; Producer Elspeth O'Hare
2/10. The Bailey Bunch. There's mixed reactions from members of the larger than life Bailey family as they travel from Ohio to Scotland in search of their roots.
Series producer Peter Gordon ; Exec producer Simon Ford
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru: English 1 Language/literature, text and context, genre and Shakespeare. 21957 4.00 AS Guru: English 2 Language/literature, interpretations, linguistic frameworks, speech and writing.