Muffy becomes an opera buff, then Mum gets a job.
A lesson in the art of text messaging.
Home-made hovercrafts, fruit-filled lifejackets and a flying bed.
The kids want to throw a party for Sportacus.
Pete and Nat dance the "bug-a-lug".
Josie visits the beach, but her beach ball has a puncture.
Small gets stuck in a chair.
Little Bo learns to dance the waltz.
Lotta invites Lola to a sleepover.
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10.30 BBC Primary Geography: World Environmental Changes: Somerset Levels (ages 7-11)
10.40 Starship: Literacy (ages 6-7) Double bill.
11.20 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 7-9) Double bill.
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Business and finance news with Adam Shaw , who begins a narrowboat journey along the Trent and Mersey Canal.
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1.00 Maths Channel: Year 5 (ages 9-10) Triple bill.
Coverage of the first round in the World Professional Darts championships continues, with England's Paul Hogan and John "John Boy" Walton (champion in 2001) and Dutchman Co Stompe at the oche. Bobby George and Ray Stubbs introduce the action from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey. With live coverage of the FA Cup fourth-round draw at 1.30. Also live onlineatwww.bbc.co.uk/sport
The oven gloves are off for chefs Phil Vickery and Ed Baines. With Ainsley Harriott. Recipes on Ceefax page 560 and via www.bbc.co.uk/food
Current world champion Raymond van Barneveld - looking to match Eric Bristow 's five-title record - begins the defence of his title against Brian Sorensen. First-round matches are the best of five sets.
0 Digital viewers can access ongoing live coverage via the red button on their handset. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Peru to Brazil. Including the ruins of Machu Picchu and the golden artefacts of the Moche people, who ritually sacrificed humans. With Dan Cruickshank.
Producer Tim Dunn ; Exec producer Basil Comely (Revised rpt)
New series1/3. The grave threat facing our primate cousins is highlighted over three consecutive nights.
- Chimpanzee. Habitat destruction, the bushmeat trade and disease have led to plummeting chimp
... J numbers across Africa. Zoologist Jane Goodall has abandoned her research to lead a rescue mission - can the decline be halted? Fergal Keane narrates.
Producer Ted Oakes ; Executive producer Tim Martin Chimp Week continues all this week at 7pm on BBC1
2/10. Signs of Life. Eerie "witches marks" in the rafters of Kew Palace are uncovered, along with graffiti scratched by wretched souls imprisoned in the Tower of London. Robert Lindsay narrates.
Director/Producer Tim Green First shown on BBC4 Holidays in Britain: centre pages
Oxford colleges St John 's and St Hugh 's go head to head in the first of two highest-scoring losers' matches. Jeremy Paxman hurries them along.
Director Vernon Antcliff ; Producer Irene Daniels
2/6. The etymology of everyday words and phrases. The M Words. Who's to blame for clear-as-mud
"management-speak"? What are the origins of the "full monty"? And what is the history of "man"?
With Victoria Coren , Ian Hislop and Bettany Hughes. Director Deborah Lee ; Series editor Archie Baron www.bbc.co.uk/balderdash
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2/6. Bijou. Bittersweet monologue with Joanna Lumley as a brave-faced divorcee. Maddie's cat is at death's door - but at least the vet is dishy.
Writer/Director/Producer Hugo Blick
2/6. British Comedy Award-winning Westminster satire starring Chris Langham as beleaguered social affairs minister Hugh Abbot. Number Ten rottweiler Malcolm Tucker worries that Abbot is out of touch - doesn't he know what a "chav" is? But Hugh is more concerned about the size of a policy focus group.
Writers Jesse Armstrong , Simon Blackwell and Tony Roche
Devised/Directed by Armando Iannucci ; Producer Adam Tandy
First shown on BBC4
With Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
First-round highlights, including
Scotland's Gary Anderson on the oche.
Highlights from the men's first round and the women's quarter-finals.
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1.00 Talk German In-vision subtitles. 72942 2.30
Germany Inside Out Travel and culture guide.
5.00 Work Talk Germany. Working people.