First of the second series sees lessons in rap and dancing like Justin Timberlake.
Pixel's latest invention causes trouble.
Pixies Trixi and Dixi go searching for things with holes.
Why Jelly and water don't mix.
Auntie Mabel and Pippin the dog search for Spikey the Hedgehog.
Lola doesn't want a haircut.
Yugo and Migo are getting ready to celebrate Little Bo's birthday. (S)
Sharing proves to be a bit of a challenge.
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10.30 Pathways of Belief: The Old Testament (ages 7-9)
10.50 Pathways of Belief: The New Testament (ages 7-9)
11.10 BBC Primary History: Recording the Times (ages 7-11)
11.30 Focus: What's Happening to Me? (ages 9-13)
11.50 Thinking Skills: Difference (ages 9-11)
Adam Shaw visits canalside business British Salt and finds out what it's like to live aboard a canal boat. Experts answer viewers' questions about banking. Submit queries via email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or via bbc.co.uk/workinglunch.
Editor Tracey Hobbs
Continued live coverage from the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green, Surrey.
The men's championship is now at the quarter-finals stage, with the matches increased to the best of nine sets. Introduced by Ray Stubbs with Bobby George , who also plays a celebrity guest. Juliet Ferrington reports from backstage. Commentators are David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. Live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport until 7.30pm
Action from the Lakeside Country Club as the quarter-final tussle continues. With Ray Stubbs. Also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Digital viewers can access full, uninterrupted live coverage via the red button on the handset
2/10. Chris Packham and his team visit parks and estates to reveal ideal places to spot red deer rutting, where to watch bats and witness the amazing spectacle of a dawn swarm of the country's tiniest bat. Series editor Jane French
3/6. The professional life of horticulturalist Christine Walkden suddenly moves up a gear as the work floods in. But there is still time for a barbecue with the neighbours and some good-natured rivalry.
Series producer Robert Miles ; Exec producer Nick Patten
3/6. Late Spring. What does late spring bring to a garden? Blooming tulips, evergreens moving house and the average plant growing two inches a week, so long as they have the right food at the right time. Alan Titchmarsh shows what to do when and why.
Director/Producer Kathryn Moore BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: E2.95, monthly
RT DIRECT: save E2 on The Gardener's Year book. To order for E18 incl p&p (UK delivery only), call [number removed] (landline calls cost 8p per min max) quoting RT or visit www.rtdirect.sparkledirect.com Alan Titchmarsh 's 30-minute gardener: page 28
A frivolous young queen who helped provoke the French Revolution? Behind the rumours lay a far more complex woman - one who overcame her early naivety to become tender-hearted and intelligent.
Accused of every kind of deviant sexual practice, she was vilified by the press in their quest to bring down the monarchy. Featuring interviews with Antonia Fraser and Simon Schama , this dramatised documentary follows Marie Antoinette 's journey from the splendours of her childhood to her final hours in a squalid prison cell and the guillotine. Director David Grubin ; Executive producers Fabienne Servan
Schreiber and Carol Sennett
Artist Tracey Emin and actress Jane Seymour run the gauntlet of the chat-show family. With Meera Syal , Sanjeev Bhasker , Indira Joshi and Vincent Ebrahim. Producer Helen Williams : Executive producer Anil Gupta
First shown on BBC1
With Gavin Esler.
PD James, Tim Collins and Hardeep Singh Kohli are among those joining Kirsty Wark to discuss the week's cultural highs and lows.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Highlights from tonight's quarter-finals.
Imaginative horror written and directed by Clive Barker , starring
David Cronenberg. Convinced by his psychiatrist that he is
- a serial killer, young Boone seeks shelter in the fabled city of Midian, where sins are forgiven. But it's also a refuge for the Nightbreed, outlandish monsters and mutations. Review page 49. (1990,18)
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Open University/General Interest
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2.00 Church and Mosque
Religious Architecture in Venice and Istanbul
2.30 What Is Religion?
3.00 Looking for Hinduism in Calcutta
3.30 Two Religions: Two Communities S
4.00 The Glastonbury Tales
4.30 One Fact, Many Facets
5.00 Moral Panics: The Agony and the Ecstasy
5.30 A Migrant's Heart