Drama about the half-human, half-fairy.
Mysti is banished to Earth by Saber.
IGloomworms, slickribbons land garden worms.
Followed by The Witness
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10.30 See You, See Me (ages 7-9) 6468693 10.50 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11)
The true story of native American princess Pocahontas through accounts from her family and descendants.
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Sidney Lumet 's backstage drama with Henry Fonda and Susan Strasberg. Would-be star Eva Lovelace seeks both fame and fortune in New York. Review page 58. 0958, U)
17/10. A sea monster in Wales features in Chris Packham 's survey of the best places to spot waterway wildlife.
Sailing fanatics Barry and Helen look for a property in Brazil.
Series producer Stephanie Hunter ; Series editor Richard Farmbrough
Lesley Waters and Brian Turner race against the clock.
Can today's challengers triumph over the quiz show champions? Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
nThe latest news from the training studios where head judge Len Goodman joins Claudia Winkleman to dissect last Saturday's dance routines.
4/6. Yachting record-breaker Ellen MacArthur is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car, and British sports car the Marcos TSO-GT takes to the track. Plus buying a decent, mid-engined Italian supercar for less than E10,000, and which is faster in a race through Lisbon's streets - a mountain bike or car?
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4/6. A hi-tech pooper-scooper, a Japanese home cooking kit and an inflatable concrete building confront the five investors. Will any of the budding entrepreneurs get the cash injection they need to see their business take off?
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4/4. In the build up to the finale, the choir is put through its paces, an eclectic line-up of bands is invited and a "gratitude party" is organised. As the day dawns, the people of Slough unveil the huge smiling photo montage created by the volunteers. Who will be the face of Slough? Finally, the results of the happiness questionnaire are in. Could Slough really become the happiest place in Britain?
Series producer Gabe Solomon : Executive producer Nicola Moody OPoet Ian McMillan takes digital viewers through their typical day - find out what makes you happy via the red button
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2/2. Sheila Hancock, Linda Robson, Kathryn Flett, Ann Widdecombe, Germaine Greer, Lesley Joseph, Jilly Cooper, Janet Street-Porter, Jenny Eclair and Arabella Weir grumble about festive shopping, cooking and more. Alison Steadman narrates.
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Following pupils and teachers in Masindi, Uganda.
7/8. Having a love life in Uganda isn't easy. Teens face expulsion from school if they admit to having a partner. Teachers struggle to afford weddings; and those that manage to tie the knot can find themselves posted to different areas. Sophie Okonedo narrates.
11.50 8/8. Following Fred, the first ever boarder at
Kamurasi primary school, which aims to be the best special needs integrated school in the district. Fred is blind and spends his first term learning the Braille alphabet from A to Z with his friend Miungo.
Series producer Richard Bradley
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2.00 AS Guru Biology 1. Biological molecules, organs, systems and ecology. 16151 4.00 AS Guru Biology 2. Cell biology, genetics and biotechnology.