A compilation featuring the sassy half-human, half-fairy. A new series starts tomorrow at 7.35am. (Revised repeat)
Computer graphics bring to life creatures like silver spiders and great blue windrunners. (5) Followed by The Witness
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10.30 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 7-11) Using the Land
6415501 11.00 What? Where?
When? Why? (ages 6-7)
6-7) Double bill. 803704 11.45 Watch (ages 5-7)
Political news. Gordon Brown's pre-budget report is 3.25pm. (S)
Business with Adam Shaw.
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1.00 Maths Channel (10-11)
film noir starring Laraine Day and Robert Mitchum.
John Willis is about to exchange vows with his bride when a visitor reveals Nancy isn't as sweet as she appears. Review page 58.
Director John Brahm (1946) (BW) (
6/10. Chris Packham seeks out snakes and lizards.
Janet Sumner is on the trail of a golden eagle in the Lake District.
Live coverage of Gordon Brown's report to the Commons. Hosted by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott, with reaction from the City and around the country and analysis by political editor Nick Robinson.
Quiz champs Judith Keppel , Chris Hughes and Kevin Ashman face aspiring amateurs in the daily general knowledge challenge. With Dermot Murnaghan.
Producer Tessa McHugh ; Exec producers Gail Sloan , David Young Are you an Egghead?: page
Claudia Winkleman discusses the fallout from last
Saturday's show and talks to another disappointed pair. Director Ivan Youlden ; Producer Nick Horsley www.bbc.co.uk/strictlycomedancing
3/4. Pistols, Preachers and Prisons. In the company of cowboys, Miriam Margolyes follows the author's footsteps along the Ohio river to Louisville, Kentucky, where she attends the famous Derby. She also meets a pistol-toting Christian minister, visits the women inmates at the penitentiary and tours Virginia's tobacco factories. The series concludes 19 December.
Director Sarah Howitt ; Producer Richard Shaw
Revised repeats from BBC4 Charles Dickens 's David Copperfield begins at 7.45pm on BBC Radio 4; part 12 of Bleak House is on Thursday at 8pm on BBC1; Oliver Twist continues on Friday at 9.15pm on BBC Radio 2
6/6. Workers. The proliferation of building construction in the sheikhdom has created a demand for hundreds of thousands of workers. Partners Younis Amiri and Mr Chacko manage a recruitment agency that trawls the globe. They are, however, the good guys. Other bureaus charge a substantial fee in a country that has no unions, no minimum wage and few workers' rights. Narrated by Christopher Eccieston.
Director Ann Lalic ; Series producer Miranda Steed
Churchill College, Cambridge, take on York University. Host Jeremy Paxman hurries the teams along.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
English folk singer Kathryn Williams , Radio 1 DJ Nihal Arthanayake , Australian comedian Adam Hills and the evergreen Tony Blackburn join captains Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus and sardonic host Mark Lamarr.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Lucy Clarke Rptd Saturday Phill Jupitus on Antony and the Johnsons: page 44
6/6. Hijack. Reports emerge of an apparent hijack of an American passenger flight bound for Amsterdam.
Writers John Morton and Tony Roche ; Director John Morton
Producer Paul Schlesinger www.bbc.co.uk/brokennews
7/9. More satirical sideswipes and esoteric guest publications. With Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Shown last Friday on BBC1
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
4/4. For All Time. How the Gunpowder Plot of inspired the Bard to write Macbeth. Plus his strange beguest to wife Anne. Presented by Michael Wood. Producer Rebecca Dobbs
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1.00 Real Chinese Beginner's Mandarin guide. In-vision subtitles. 243308 3.30 China Close Up Chinese people living through a time of change. In-vision subtitles.