Competing at a horse show.
Shun tells a Japanese story.
Favourite activities. Signed. (SL)
As the oceans dry up, bizarre creatures emerge.
Followed by The Witness
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10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Barnaby Bear 4241521 10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) Moving Around (SL) 4246076 11.00 Hands Up! (7-11) The Chronicles of Narnia: the Magician's Nephew (SU
11.15 Numbertime (ages 6-7) Addition and Subtraction (AD)
11.30 Henry's Wives with Terry Deary (ages 7-11) Jane Seymour 5638237 11.40 See You, See Me (7-9) Money at Work
More than 400 gymnasts from 62 nations compete in the world championships, at Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena, for all-around and individual apparatus titles.
More tomorrow, 1.30pm. Also online at www.bbcco.uk£port (UK only) INTERACTIVE: highlights, plus extra features for younger viewers, available to digital viewers 2-7pm via red button
The building of the bridge over the River Kwai.
Judith Chalmers tells the tale of Viking York. Last in series.
9/10. A day in paediatrics - with old-fashioned syringes.
Journalists Sue Carroll and Jane Moore guest.
How will today's challengers fare against the team of quiz show champions?
The heat is on for the celebrity dancers as another performance looms on Saturday night.
Claudia Winkleman has the news as pressure mounts. RT DIRECT: official guide only E13.50 (inci p&p). Send a cheque, payable to [address removed] call [number removed]042 quoting RT (calls cost no more than 8p per min from landlines): visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
Talented young soprano Katherine Jenkins is the fastest-selling female opera singer since Maria Callas - The Culture Show considers the canny marketing of popular classics. Elsewhere,
George Michael discusses songwriting, there's a look at the artist's quest for the perfect shade of white, and Radio l's Annie Mac casts off for a spot of fishing: can Britain's most popular pastime be made more appealing to women? With Charles Haziewood.
Series producer Marcus Herbert : Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
4/8. Wales. In a bid to escape the rat race, Gervase and Mary Jane bought a run-down farmhouse in a guiet Welsh village. Their intention was to restore it to its former Victorian splendour - but Gervase is determined to handle the project single-handedly, and his fanatical approach could jeopardise their moving-in day. Presented by Charlie Luxton.
Producer Kate Scholefield ; Series producer Amy Joyce (AD) RT DIRECT: book only E17.50 (incl p&p). Send a cheque, payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to [address removed] call [number removed] quoting RT (calls cost no more than 8p per min from landlines); visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
3/4. A sub-genre of heavy metal, death metal is characterised by its nihilism and extreme brutality. While many dismiss the gory imagery and shock-rock posturing as grotesque pantomime, the scene's glorification of sickening subject matter - torture, rape, murder and necrophilia - has been implicated in a string of violent crimes worldwide; in Italy, the formation of a Satanic cult by a group of metal fans resulted in at least four grisly killings. Was death metal the catalyst, or would these youngsters have committed their appalling crimes anyway? This World hears views of band members, fans and parents.
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3/6. Eminent writer Robert Ringwald is over from the States to judge a book prize, and while Al struggles to write an article on "what makes a classic", crafty Ringwald has his sights set on seducing Davina.
Guest-starring David Warner and Jonathan Miller.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick (AD) Miller's Tale: page 73
Book panel chair:
Dr Cass's secretary:
With Kirsty Wark.
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Art 15038 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Physical Education