Pupils test their teachers' football skills and text messaging ability.
More scientific guessing games.
Sportacus takes a well deserved day off.
Something Trug finds causes a kerfuffle. (S)
Jake thinks the new dog is too bouncy.
PC Plum tries to help Josie tell an animal story.
Roly's glove goes missing. (S)
Lola doesn't have time to play.
Chris Beardshaw visits Hampshire's Roydon Woods and Hillier Arboretum. (Revised repeat)
Titan - a Place like Home. Could Saturn's largest moon hold tantalising clues to how life began on Earth? A new series starts tomorrow at 9pm
The latest proceedings at Westminster, including Prime Minister's Questions.
Adam Shaw travels through the
1.6 mile-long Harecastle Tunnel, and he finds out what it's like to run a canalside pub.
The fifth day of live action from the Lakeside features four more second-round encounters from the men's competition, with the matches now increased to the best of seven sets. Ray Stubbs presents from the Artists Bar, with commentary from
David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. Meanwhile, a special guest will be dropping by to play another
"leg with Bobby". Live online at wwwbbcco.uk/sport until 7pm
Nick Nairn and Ross Burden have their culinary skills put to the test against the clock.
Ainsley Harriott hosts. RECIPES: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food
Acid-tongued quiz. presided over by Anne Robinson.
Further live coverage of today's action from the Lakeside. Introduced by Ray Stubbs.
Digital viewers can access ongoing live coverage via the red button. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport until 7pm
2/10. Following the floods of 2004, the vicar of Boscastle, the Rev Chris Musser , is invited to visit the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Exec producer Paul Sommers
3/3. Gorilla. The rapidly declining gorilla population of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is threatened not only by heavily armed poachers, but also the growing scramble for the DRC's rich mineral resources. In such a lawless battleground, what chance do the remaining gorillas have of survival? Chimp Week continues tomorrow at 7pm on BBC1 followed by Secret Gorillas of Mondika at 7.30pm on BBC2
Penguins of the Antarctic. Thick coats and rich fat reserves or migration to warmer climes help penguins to survive the deadly cold of the South
Pole. As the climate starts to change, life is getting ever tougher and the birds must draw on their ability to defy the odds if they are to survive their greatest ever challenge. Narrated by Steven Berkoff.
Producers Martin Fletcher , Roger Webb ; Series editor Tim Martin
Every year the ducklings of Inner
Fame undertake a perilous journey across the island. Producer Miles Barton ; Series producer Wendy Darke
1/6. A second run of family research.
The Newsnight presenter's exploration of his family tree takes him into the tough working-class communities of Glasgow and Bradford as he traces the life of his maternal grandmother. Salvation Army stalwart Mabel McKay, and follows the migration of his father's family from Suffolk to Yorkshire's industrial heartland.
Family Ties is on BBC4 at 10pm.
Director Mark Halliley ; Series producer Lucy Carter
Family routes: p16; Genealogy CD-Rom offer: p137;
Genealogy booklet: centre pages; Moment of the Week: p53
New series 1/6. Sci-fi comedy set aboard spaceship HMS Camden Lock starring Nick Frost and Kevin Eldon. A Gift from the Glish. In 2151 Commander Henderson and his crew get sticky while attempting to promote Britain's interests across the galaxy.
Writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley ; Director John Henderson ;
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor (S)
Behind the scenes: p7; The history of sci-fi sitcoms: p53
Space Marshall Clarke:
Fasmoff of Uberon:
Hosted by Jeremy Paxman.
This evening's highlights with Ray Stubbs.
The women's champion is crowned, plus more second-round men's action.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 KS3: Challenging Faith Then KS4: Exploring Beliefs 29367 4.00 Religious Education Taking
Issue Then Belief File Sikhism/Buddhism