Series three. The Hunters settle into their new house.
Oswald's wish to fly causes problems.
Dig it with Pete and Nat.
Edie is off to see all the big trucks on the mainland, but everyone else wants to go too.
Snapping and Sniffing. Junior is troubled by a bully, so Michael and Janet decide to find the kid's weak points.
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10.30 Primary Geography
(ages 7-11) Water - Bangladesh, USA Britain. Three editions. 2104471 11.15 Watch (ages 5-7) Celebrations. Two editions about religious festivals.
Live coverage from Geneva of the opening singles match in Great Britain's crucial Davis Cup tie against Switzerland.
If Britain win this play-off they will return to the elite World
Group for the first time in three years. Greg Rusedski will lead the way, with Andy Murray and David Sherwood hoping to re-create their superb performance against Israel in March, and clay-court specialist
Alan Mackin playing to his strengths in the Palexpo indoor arena.
However the Swiss will be led by the formidable Roger Federer. His team includes
Stanislas Wawrinka , currently shooting up the world rankings, and George Bastl who finally ended the Pete Sampras era at Wimbledon - but met his match in this year's first round in the form of a bright young player from Scotland....
Presented by Sue Barker , with commentary from John Lloyd ,
David Mercer and Andrew Castle. Executive producer Paul Davies www.bbc.co.uk/tennis
10/10. It's the day of the exhibition. Will collectors be impressed enough to buy anything? And what will the critics say? Catch a round-up of this week's programmes tomorrow evening.
New series 1/4. Britain is part of the world's largest trading bloc, but to what extent do the British feel part of the European community? The BBC's Paris correspondent Allan Little assesses how changes brought about by the 50-year-old European project have shaped contemporary Britain.
Series producers Richard Bee and Sarah Harrison
6/12. February: a heavy fall of snow and a broken privy leave the team dealing with a major 17th-century waste management problem. Narrated by Owen Teale.
Producer Peter Sommer ; Series producer David Upshal
5/8. His Finest Hour The first year of the Second World War saw Hitler poised to invade. In response Winston drew upon his strengths to help Britain hold on through the worst days of the Blitz. Producer Harvey Lilley ; Executive producer Mark Fielder
First shown on BBC4
The team reveal just how much you can get out of a garden at harvest time. Plus a visit to the vegetable garden at Harlow Carr to mark British Food Week.
Producer Andy Vernon : Series producer Sarah Moors 30-minute gardener, plus boots and clogs offer: page 36
3/3. The Plains of Cement: Ella's Story. Does the ordinary Ella have any chance with Bob?
Dramatised by Kevin Elyot ; Producer Kate Harwood ; Director
Simon Curtis First shown on BBC4
Marriage Guidance. An old cabbie offers lessons in love. Writer Amelia Bullmore ; Producers Christopher Clough and Jake Lushington ; Director Susan Tully
4/4. No prizes for guessing where the vast majority of Britain's national art treasures reside.
Jenny Eclair , Roy Hattersley , Noddy Holder and Stephen Tompkinson are among those putting the boot in. Director/Producer Pip Banyard
With Gavin Esler.
Paul Morley , Grayson Perry and Lionel Shriver discuss the latest cultural offerings. Mark Lawson hosts.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Atmospheric romantic drama adapted from F Scott Fitzgerald 's classic novel, starring Robert Redford and Mia Farrow. A mysterious young millionaire becomes involved in Long Island high society. Review page 63.
Director Jack Clayton (1974, PG)
Followed by The Witness <R)
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Open University/General Interest
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2.00 Glasgow 1998 Supporting the Arts 54881
2.30 In the Shadow of Vesuvius 92618
3.00 Finding a Way Luke, Carl and Matthew (5) 61231
3.30 An A to Z of English 16298
4.00 The Museum of Conflicting Histories 97163
4.30 Long Remembered Hills
5.00 Renaissance Secrets Venice: a Second-Hand City? 40250
5.30 Ever Wondered?