Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
The pals go on a monkey mission.
Today's choices are by Northumberland's Cramlington Chungdokwan club.
What will Taj do as Rudeboy ringtones fall out of fashion?
Pick your top toon, from Pinky and the Brain, The New Scooby and Scrappy Show and Taz-Mania, by calling [number removed] (cost 10p).
The Bowling Show. The Tylers and Kyles go head to head at the bowling alley.
A look at burials found near one of the oldest churches in England.
Including another report on energy efficient lifestyles.
The Doorbell Rang 1/2. Eccentric millionaire Rachel Bruner makes an extraordinary offer.
The intellect and emotional capacity of the macaw.
Nicki Chapman is at sea to learn about Captain Cook and John Craven has an art lesson. (5)
9/10. Growing carrots, building sheds, and thwarting pea moths and cabbage butterflies. Producer Jon Woods ; Executive producer James Hunt
Ross Burden and Tony Tobin work their magic.
How will today's challengers fare against the team of quiz show champions?
With only 48 hours to go until Saturday's big event, Claudia Winkleman has all the latest from the celebrity dancers. Plus, one of the esteemed judges casts their eye over preparations for Saturday night.
The arts show features an exclusive encounter with the secretive guerrilla graffiti artist Banksy, a report into the search for an authentic portrait of William Shakespeare , plus a rare interview with composer Karlheinz Stockhausen. Verity Sharp presents.
Series producer Marcus Herbet ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated next Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
11/11; series two. An hour-long episode curtails the series. Kew's Director Sir Peter Crane reveals his vision for the gardens and plans that will ensure this world heritage site continues to be a centre of excellence and innovation. The most controversial public art display ever attempted at the Royal Botanic gardens is about to open and it's causing Dave Cook in the Temperate House a problem. Alan Titchmarsh narrates. The series returns next year.
Producer Roger Huyton ; Series producer Adam Alexander
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8/9. The 7/7 Bombers - a Psychological Investigation The latest psychological research on international terror cells is used in this investigation into the London bombings of 7 July, revealing how it was possible for Britain to produce home-grown killers and how to spot potentially dangerous groups before it is too late. Producer Alicky Sussman ; Editor Andrew Cohen www.bbc.co.uk/horizon
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8/10. Hotel Hoogstraten. The much-feared ex-slum landlord and multimillionaire Nicholas van Hoogstraten
allows cameras to capture his life at his centre of operations, a Hove hotel. Recently released from prison after his conviction for murder was overturned, the notoriously complex businessman reveals himself as a man bent on revenge against those who put him behind bars, although paradoxically he spent his time in prison training as a Samaritan. Producer Saul Dibb ; Executive producers Edmund Couthard and Grant McKee
With Jeremy Paxman. (5)
2/3. Arafat. How US Secretary of State Colin Powell 's attempts to make peace between Israel and the Palestinians were ultimately derailed.
3/3. Sharon. The war in Iraq forced President Bush to court Arab allies, obliging him to push Israel's Prime Minister Ariel Sharon towards peace. See Monday's choice.
Shown on Monday at 9pm on BBC2
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 History The Soviets. The turbulent relationship between Communist Russia and the West.
4.00 History The First Black Britons. The story of the West India Regiment; followed by Hidden History -
Mary Seacole. How this Jamaican-born heroine of the Crimean War has been excluded from its history; followed by PHSE: Spit Game. The ways a young Asian girl and a black male are treated in hospital.