Snarf gatecrashes the party.
Repeated from yesterday at 3.40pm, BBC1
There are revelations about Lewis as the eight adventurers reveal their first video diary.
More tantalising treats to test friendships.
What is the point of cleaning your teeth?
Is gardening as easy as it looks?
Mabel and Pippin learn about clay.
Edie attempts to show Josie how butterflies fly.
Papa Said , Knock You Out. Michael takes up boxing.
Film noir starring
Robert Mitchum. An army officer is framed for a payroll robbery. Review page 59.
Director Don Siegel (1949, PG) (BW)
The latest news from Westminster. Presented by Andrew Neil and Daisy Sampson.
Hunter of the Plain. A skeleton on Salisbury Plain.
March of the Flame Birds
In the desolate Kalahari desert,
40,000 baby flamingos make a perilous 50-mile walk.
New York is the inspiration as a spare room is transformed.
Nicki Chapman discovers how a fire almost destroyed Castle
Howard in 1940.
3/10. Simon Mayo learns that the world's most expensive potatoes have gone missing.
Brian Turner and Phil Vickery feel the heat from The Bill's Graham Cole and Anna Acton.
Did yesterday's challengers scoop the prize or will a roll-over raise the stakes for today's quiz show? (5)
The celebrity leading men join Claudia Winkleman to talk fitness and fake tans. Plus a look at who is cracking under the pressure of competition. IS)
New series The first of five separate investigative films from This World team. As the publicity surrounding Kate Moss 's alleged cocaine use once more brings the drug to the fore, Paul Kenyon investigates the violent culture at the source of 90 per cent of the world's cocaine in Colombia.
Producer Guillermo Galdos ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor
3/8. Mike and Catriona Ing dream of making a new life in the rural north east of Scotland. Architect Maxwell Hutchinson finds a number of possible empty and derelict properties which could be converted into the perfect space to work and live.
Series producer Jane Merkin ; Exec producer Cassie Braban RT DIRECT: book How to Rescue a House: Turn an Unloved
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The Orang-utan King. The life story of Kusasi, the world-famous friend to the stars who happens to be an orang-utan from the forests of Borneo, opens a new season of Natural World films. Kusasi's rise to power has been carefully documented, from his unpromising start in life as an orphaned baby, to a fearless 20-stone ruler of the orang-utans in the Camp Leakey sanctuary. But, at 30 years old, is his power starting to wane? Paul McGann narrates.
Producer Linda Bell ; Series editor Tim Martin www.bbc.co.uk/nature
BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: £3.10 monthly. New issue on sale 20 October Killing me softly: page 24; Moment of the week: page 69
A portrait of two otters living on the west coast of Scotland.
Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke
Can love moderate the behaviour of two challenging youngsters who have been in care from a very young age? Camila Batmanghelidjh , director of children's charity Kids Company, believes a philosophy of unconditional love does work. This film follows her work with two young friends, one of whom is addicted to crack. Contains strong language.
Director/Producer Lynn Alleway
6/8. Presenter Phillip Schofield suggests sending Southend-on-Sea and his erstwhile broom cupboard companion, Gordon the Gopher, to
Orwellian oblivion. But will he convince Paul Merton ?
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
The story of Tom Simpson , Britain's greatest ever cyclist, who died climbing Mont Ventoux in 1967. Director Alastair Laurence ; Executive producer Mike Poole
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 Languages Clémentine. A French drama in which a teenager copes with tricky situations involving her family and friends.
4.00 Languages Isabel. Spanish teenagers present their language in a variety of dramatic situations.