Sapphire has to confront her fears.
Today, facing the spider's tunnel and leap of faith.
Genji acquires new powers.
Today's choices are by Belmont Junior School Touch Rugby Team.
King Stupid falls in love with Goober's sister Mulligrub.
Tracy offers to manage Adele's love life. And Ben throws a party.
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A visit to the art gallery for Boo and friends.
What has the discovery of a trackway in Lincolnshire revealed?
Live coverage of the Indoor
Open at Ponds Forge, Sheffield, where the second round stage concludes today. With vital ranking points at stake, 32 of the world's best players have been in action. Introduced by Jill Douglas , with reports from Rishi Persad and commentary from David Corkill , Andy Thomson , John Price and Greg Harlow.
Producer Gerard Lane Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Paul Martin is at the home of rugby league's Huddersfield Giants. While, in Halifax, experts Kate Alcock and Nigel Smith both pick a winning line-up for the auction.
Paul Rankin and James Martin work their magic. <R)
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 judges casting an eye over preparations for Saturday night.
The arts show features a rare interview with controversial French author Michel Houellebecq on his new book, The Possibility of an Island, Sir Timothy Clifford on 21 years as the head of Scotland's National Galleries, and how the search for a new way of dealing with the visual arts in remote rural areas has thrown up a new musical fusion: knitting and opera. With Charles Hazlewood. Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
New series 1/8. Seven brave home owners have each bought a run-down house and, under the watchful eye of top restoration experts, are going to try to restore them to their former splendour.
Lancashire. Les and Val Thomas have never lived in a house more than ten years old. But all that is about to change, as they have fallen in love with a Grade II Jacobean farmhouse that has been neglected for decades. Presenter Charlie Luxton lends a hand.
Producer Kate Scholefield ; Series producer Amy Joyce Homes to DIY for: page 31
9/9. Could the dodgy pie your grandfather once ate be the root of your stomach problems? The answer's yes, according to scientists who have found a whole new layer to our genes beyond DNA, the very cornerstone on which modern biology sits. With it comes startling first evidence that this can cause heritable effects in humans. The controversial science of epigenetics represents a major shift in thinking from the view that DNA carries all our heritable information, and that nothing an individual does in their lifetime will be biologically passed to their children.
A new series is scheduled to start in January.
Focus magazine: Â£3.25. The new issue, which goes on sale Thursday 27 October, includes an article on epigenetics
9/10. Hardman. Essex boxer Dominic Negus , who once head-butted Olympic super-heavyweight champ Audley Harrison , also works as hired muscle, collecting debts for businessmen. For Negus the job becomes personal when he discovers that his 84-year-old father, who's ill in hospital, is owed EIO,000 by a car dealer. An extraordinary and violent confrontation follows, but when his father dies soon after and Negus himself is savagely attacked, he considers early retirement. Following Negus through six turbulent months, the film asks what price he pays for his violent profession. Director Nick Godwin
Series producers Alastair Cook and Robert Davis
With Jeremy Paxman.
Including highlights of the Indoor
Open's first quarter-final.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 GCSEBitesize English 1 - Macbeth
4.00 GCSE Bitesize English 2 - Poetry