Sixteen kids compete for a chance to help return orang-utans to the wild.
Stephanie and superhero Sportacus battle lazy villain Robbie Rotten and teach folk how to be healthy and active.
Winning an award goes to Peregrine's head.
Edie wants to show the children a video about birds of paradise.
Michael's Garden. The doctor has some worrying news.
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10.30 Look and Read (ages 9-11) Double bill. 9471864
11.10 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Double bill.
A burial in Bath reveals an amazing story from the twilight of the Roman empire.
Live coverage from Blackpool of the Conservative conference. With Andrew Neil and Sally Magnusson. More at 2.30pm.
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1.00 Maths Channel (ages 5-7) 94798319 1.10 Maths Channel
(ages 7-8) Double bill.
Adam Shaw presents.
The complex avian society of the colourful bee-eater. <R)
Including a speech by leadership contender Malcolm Rifkind.
BBC Parliament has live coverage from 2pm
A young family head from Brixton, south London, to Wiltshire.
Ed Baines and Brian Turner cook up a hard-fought bout.
Anne Robinson hosts. (5)
Antiques expert Paul Martin visits the model village of Saltaire, and takes a look at the restrictive dimensions of Victorian attire, all on the way to the auction house at Skipton in North Yorkshire.
New series 1/4. The Rev Peter Owen-Jones continues to chart the religious history of the British Isles.
The Church in Danger. The 18th century was a time of great upheaval, with forces old and new poised to attack the established Protestant Church in Britain.
The Catholics threatened religious war, reformist sects began to challenge the Church's comfortable monopoly, and new ideas in science and philosophy questioned the very truth of Christian faith.
Director Dick Taylor ; Executive producer Emma Willis All you need is love: page 27
5/8. John Cary 's "Inland Navigation" (1796). By the end of the 18th century, canals traversed every part of Britain - and all of them had to be mapped. John Cary 's surveys were comprehensive and geographically precise, but the network they charted has now largely disappeared. So when
Nicholas Crane goes looking for Cary's routes through the Black Country, he's faced with a lot of detective work - not to mention some serious walking.
Series producer/Director Michael Waterhouse
A battle of the blues: students from Magdalen
College, Oxford, go head to head with a team from Trinity Hall, Cambridge, in the third of the first-round matches. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
We enjoy the cuisine, happily quaff the beer and wine, and like to travel there on holiday, but how many of us would describe ourselves as European? In this live event, a specially devised interactive test, and a panel with passionate views on the subject, help an undecided audience to determine where they really stand on the issues. Viewers can also take part on the night, via phone, text message or by logging on to www.bbc.co.uk/howeuroareyou. Presented by Andrew Marr and Dara O'Briain.
Producer John Marley ; Exec producer Alexandra Henderson
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron (5) www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Having survived a dozen concentration camps during the Second World War, Simon Wiesenthal died a fortnight ago, aged 96. For more than half a century, Wiesenthal doggedly pursued those he believed to be Nazi war criminals, incurring not only their wrath but also the displeasure of many of those from whom he might have expected support. This documentary in the Reputations strand assesses the motivations of the world's most famous Nazi hunter, and asks how he learnt to live with the legacy of the Holocaust.
Director/Producer Saskia Baron
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1.00 Talk German Short, practical course for beginners, set in Munich and the Alps. With in-vision subtitles.
2.30 Germany Inside Out Travel and culture guide. With in-vision subtitles. 280549 5.00 Work Talk German. Essential language basics for working in Germany.