The friends learn lessons about being a good sport, and telling the truth.
Robbie Williams and Ali G lookalikes liven up the last of the first series.
Find out how to "bend it like Beckham".
Robbie's dog causes chaos.
Scoop is put in charge of the work.
Suzie Sweet tells the children about her flying lesson.
Jelly really hates water.
Sam tries to go to the cinema.
Yugo and Migo are very grumpy. (S)
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10.30 Hands Up!: Fantastic Mr Fox: pt1 (ages 9-11) (Signed)
10.45 Something Special: School (ages 4-7) (Signed)
11.00 Numbertime: Money (ages 5-7) Double bill.
11.30 Words and Pictures Plus: Consonant Clusters (ages 5-6) Double bill.
Adam Shaw visits a boat builder and meets the Middlewich litter pickers on his canal journey. 6)
Action from the women's final, introduced by Ray Stubbs. Can Trina Gulliver claim her sixth consecutive title at Lakeside? Also, the remaining matches in the second round of the men's event are completed - Bobby George provides expert analysis. Commentary by David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. Live at [Web Address Removed] until 7.30pm
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Beyond Boundaries participants, Paralympian Ade Adepitan and blind adventurer Amar Latif , join James Tanner and James Martin in the kitchen. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: see James Martin 's Valentine's Day recipe in the February issue, on sale 11 January priced E2.95
Live action from the first quarter-final, introduced by Ray Stubbs. Matches are the best of nine sets.
David Croft. Tony Green and John Part commentate. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Digital viewers can access full, uninterrupted five coverage via the red button on their handset
Charlotte Uhlenbroek visits the heart of the Congo to meet a very special family of lowland gorillas - the only group to allow humans within five metres. The clan of silver back Kingo soon come to accept Charlotte as one of the family. Getting to know this remarkable group, she learns the threats facing gorillas in the wild and their struggle to survive.
Producer Nigel Pope (Revised repeat)
2/8. Can the MacVean family rid itself of a mortgage once and for all? To succeed they will need total commitment and be prepared to do everything and anything for money. Presented by Rene Carayol. Producer Paul Kittel ; Series editor Maggie Sutcliffe
Repeated with sign language next Tuesday on BBC1 BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: Rene Carayol gives advice on clearing debts faster in the February issue. On sale now, priced E2.95 RT DIRECT: the accompanying hardback book is available for just E13.50 incl p&p (UK delivery only). To order, send a cheque payable to RT Direct Book Offers, to: [address removed] call [number removed] (landline calls cost no more than 8p per min) quoting RT, or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com
New series1/6. Space Tourists. Meeting the men attempting to sell return tickets to the stars. From eccentric entrepreneurs to billionaire businessmen, the race is on to turn space tourism into a reality.
Virgin Galactic claims it will take customers into space in about two years. How does Richard Branson intend to do what Nasa never could - make space travel available to all? And in 1996, an entrepreneur established the XPrize; a$10 million prize for the first commercial manned craft to reach sub orbit -
62 miles above Earth - twice in two weeks.
Producer Daniel Barry : Editor Andrew Cohen Watch this space: page 14
1/5. Nervous entrepreneurs prepare to pitch in highlights from the entertaining series.
Series producer John Hesling RT DIRECT: Dragons' Den - Your Idea Can Make You Rich is £11.99, incl p&p. Phone [number removed] (landlines calls max Bp per min)
2/6. Dognapped. One of Britain's fastest growing crimes saw 40,000 dogs stolen last year. Among them was a puppy in Doncaster. The owners followed up every tip-off, though the cost forced them to remortgage their house, and the obsession affected their relationship. Meanwhile, a terrier's owner is willing to hand over a E20,000 reward and recruit a clairvoyant to track him down. Dognapped chases these tails - will they have happy endings?
Producer Steve Poole ; Executive producers Edmund Coulthard and David Wise
With Kirsty Wark.
Highlights of tonight's quarter-final action.
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2.00 Religious Education Belief File - Hinduism and Judaism. Documentary, interviews and storytelling illustrate Hinduism, while Jewish youngsters show us worship, festivals, rites of passage and family life. 33338 4.00 Religious Education Belief File - Islam. An insight into the experiences of young Muslims, which includes texts from the Koran.