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Canine high jinks.
Molly's in love.
Musical fever hits.
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Jr Gets His Licence. Junior buys his first car - a gear-grinding, backfiring clunker.
Ellem Lodge, a dream cottage in the Scottish Borders, proves a major challenge.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Biographical Second World War drama with Christopher Plummer. British safe-cracker Eddie Chapman offers his services as a German spy - but is it a bluff? Review page 56. Director Terence Young (1966, PG)
Looking at Italian art, Britain's fading rail heritage and the monks of Rievaulx Abbey.
In Hereford, Paul Martin looks at the Mappa Mundi, one of the UK's oldest documents.
Tony Tobin and Brian Turner stir it up.
Can today's challengers triumph over the champion know-it-alls? Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
The latest from the training studios as the celebrities and their dance partners gear up for another Saturday night performance.
5/8. East London. Moving to a Tuesday night slot, Maxwell Hutchinson follows three single mums as they battle developers in a bid to buy an abandoned property in London's densely populated East End.
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8/8. February in Devon. Bill shows how to make the most of a cold winter's day with a cruise along the picturesque River Exe in search of avocets.
Producer Stephen Moss ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
The role of Garibaldi in the Italian Unification, The Archers since 1970, the science-fiction novels of Arthur C Clarke, and rivers of Britain and Ireland are specialist subjects in the first of the semi-finals.
8.30 The life and work of physicist Niels Bohr, the "Culture" novels of lain M Banks, the life and career of Warwick the Kingmaker and the life and films of Barbara Stanwyck are the specialist subjects in the second semi-final. The final is next week.
Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
4/4. The toughest challenges await the disabled adventurers at the close of the trek. The Pacific is almost in sight - but before the team swim in the ocean, they must climb Mount Concepcion, a 5,500ft live volcano. Meanwhile, morale slumps as one of the team makes a surprising decision.
Contains strong language.
Producer David Russell ; Series producer Mike Warner Rptd next Monday BBC2 and with signing next Wednesday BBC1
4/6. Venus Rising. Raging desire racks the observatory as Venus moves close to Earth. Paul learns that nice guys finish last - or do they?
Writer Harry Cripps ; Director Matt Lipsey : Executive producers David Maher, David Taylor, Beryl Vertue and Sue Vertue
Dr Paul Hamilton:
Dr Rachel Mann:
Prof Pip Cartwright:
Professor Mike French:
With Gavin Esler.
5/8. Poland. David Lynch looms on the horizon when Kirsty Wark visits the Lodz film school.
Postponed from 17 October
11.50 6/8. Lithuania. Kirsty meets a sculptor whose subjects range from Lenin to Zappa. The series concludes with a double bill tomorrow at 11.20pm. Director Kathryn Ross ; Producer Elspeth O'Hare
Postponed from 24 October
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision English 1. Non-fiction, including purpose and audience, use of language, planning, writing and checking your work.
4.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision English 2
Aspects of reading and writing fiction, plus a broad study of Shakespeare texts.