Can the warriors escape from the spider's tunnel?
Nick looks for deadly cobras.
Join Mr Tumble as he drives a car and flies a plane. Signed. (SL)
A mosaic is made for the playroom floor.
is a remote abode a former house for plague victims?
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10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Bamaby Bear 4412017 10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) Weather (SL) 4400272 11.00 Hands Up! (ages 7-11) The Chronicles of Narnia: the Magician's Nephew (SL)
11.15 Numbertime (ages 6-7) Addition and Subtraction (AD)
11.30 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11) Anne BoleynlS ) 3030253 11.40 See You, See Me
(ages 7-9) What Is a Bank?
Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw with another report for
Prisoner's Base. Archie is arrested for impersonating a police officer and Nero must come to his aid.
Can a small concrete courtyard be turned into a plant paradise?
John Craven visits a micro brewery to find out what makes their beer taste so good.
4/10. An anatomy lesson, followed by bandaging skills taught the old-fashioned way.
With the world's fastest guizmaster Gavin Dare and press-up record-breaker Steve Bugdale.
How will today's challengers fare against the team of quiz show champions?
II The heat is on for the celebrity dancers as another performance looms on Saturday night.
Claudia Winkleman has the news as pressure mounts. (Sl
In the future stem cell transplants could offer hope to people with Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy and those who have suffered strokes. But the cells are harvested from embryos and foetuses - raising ethical issues that have led to researchers having their funding cut. With the science largely unproven, the desperately ill seek help in countries with hazy legislation. This World follows a group of patients to Ukraine to see if transplanted foetal stem cell injections can already help save or improve lives. Producer Tom Giles ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
Tom and Barbara incur Margo's wrath when they decide to start keeping pigs.
3/8. Staffordshire. Charlie Luxton follows the progress of Nigel and Brian, who have bought a 17th-century manor house complete with ruins, and who have given themselves 10 months and £200,000 to restore it. But can they overcome the mountain of restoration red tape?
Producer Martin Morrison : Series producer Amy Joyce (AD)
2/6. Battle rages deep in the Amazon. Armed with satellite technology, helicopters and weapons,
Brazilian environmental police are taking on illegal loggers in the forests. But those who make a living from the trees aren't giving in without a fight. This film reveals the dangerous yet sometimes comic cat and mouse game being played out in one of the most beautiful and threatened places on Earth. Producer Adrian Cowell ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
2/6. A chance meeting with an old school friend prompts Davina to start looking back on her childhood, and when her mother suffers another stroke, she literally returns to old haunts. Meanwhile, Al meets an old flame and media grandee. Guest-starring Frances de la Tour, and there's a cameo from writer Hugo Blick.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick (AD) Hitchcock syndrome: page 67; The Inside Story: page
COMEDY DRAMA Sensitive Skin
10.00pm BBC2 Al and Davina's minimalist flat reflects the clean lines of their drama. This is pared-down, low-key television: it may take a while to get on their wavelength, but it's worth it when you do.
Davina, the chic ex-model, is again lost in pensive melancholy, and it's a mood that Joanna Lumley plays to perfection. When she bumps into an old schoolfriend, the encounter only reminds her of what she hasn't achieved in life. Al (Denis Lawson) also runs into an old flame, a media harridan played with lethal gusto by Frances de la Tour. DB
THE INSIDE STORY Usually actors are judged on how they deliver lines. But when Hugo Blick, the writer of Sensitive Skin (10.00pm BBC2), first worked with Joanna Lumley on BBC2's series of monologues Up in Town (shown in 2002), it wasn't her voice that dazzled him. "I was very taken with her sense of stillness," says Blick. "One of the things she used to do when I was sitting having coffee with her, usually discussing anything but the script, was go into complete silence. Maybe that's because she hoped I would leave! But also I kind of think that's a quality to her character, that she can just become very still it's as if she can go on standby."
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Ekow Eshun goes on a journey to discover the transformative power of television programmes on modern Africa.
Director/Producer Moise Shewa
A beginner's guide to landmark sub-Saharan films of the past 50 years.
Director James Nutt ; Executive producer David Okuefuna
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Philosophy and Ethics
4.00 GCSE Bitesize World Religions