Series two. How to act like a rapper.
A look at the properties of earwax.
Pixel builds a machine that makes things vanish.
Dancing and swimming. (R) (S)
Teddy goes on a treasure hunt.
The puppets try to set up a theatre.
Chinese whispers cause confusion.
Is Lola set to star in the school play?
Expert tips from tradespeople.
What Really Killed the Dinosaurs? Could the theory that dinosaurs became extinct after a meteorite crashed into Earth be wrong? A new edition is tomorrow at 9pm.
The latest proceedings at the Palace of Westminster, including Prime Minister's Questions.
Business and finance news, presented by Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Live action from Wembley as crowd favourite Jimmy White and 1999 Masters champion
John Higgins vie for a quarter-final place. Higgins made the final last year, but was no match for a rampant Ronnie O'Sullivan , whose 10-3 clincher came off the back of a 6-1 whitewash of White in the semis.
Ray Stubbs , Steve Davis and John Parrott introduce today's action. Commentary by Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor ,
Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Full, uninterrupted coverage, plus a news, results and statistics service, available to digital viewers from 1.30pm
It's a battle of the world champions as 1997 winner Ken Doherty takes on reigning world champion
Shaun Murphy. Presented by Ray Stubbs.
Digital viewers can watch ongoing live coverage - and access news, results and statistics - via the red button
3/10. The Rev Chris Musser is horror-struck by the devastation she sees on the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand. Meanwhile, Alison and her boyfriend Matt prepare to become ordained priests, and Bishop Bill wows the crowds at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers
3/12. St Mary's, Houghton-on-the-Hill. When
Bob Davey found that Satanists had desecrated a derelict church in Norfolk, he resolved to fight them off and renovate the building. Perversely, the medieval wall paintings subsequently uncovered threaten to stall his ten-year restoration plan. Bill Paterson narrates. Director/Producer Roger Childs
Portillo Goes Wild in Spain. Michael Portillo explores the wilder side of his Spanish heritage on a breathtaking journey from the Pyrenees to the straits of Gibraltar. He experiences a land that supports wildlife including brown bears, vultures, bee-eaters and lynxes. But to catch a glimpse of these creatures, he must draw on traits not normally attributed to politicians - patience and reticence. Producer Jeremy Bristow ; Series editor Tim Martin
Repeated next Sunday www.bbc.co.uk/nature BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE: the February issue has an article on Michael Portillo 's trip to Spain. On sale 19 January, priced E3.25
The Fame Islands off the coast of Northumberland are home to over 4,000 grey seals. Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke
2/6. The acclaimed actress starts her genealogical journey at the King's Cross pub where she lived as a young girl. She then travels to Milan, where her father was born, before returning to London to find out what her great-grandfather had to do with sewerage. Finally, at the end of an extraordinary trail of documental research, she identifies the unknown woman in an inherited family portrait.
Family Ties is on BBC4 at 10pm.
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2/6. Comedy aboard spaceship HMS Camden Lock. Hello, Queppu. Commander Henderson breaks a cardinal rule - never fall in love with an alien princess.
Writers Kevin Cecil and Andy Riley ; Director John Henderson
Producer Alex Walsh-Taylor Repeated next Sunday
Hosted by Kirsty Wark.
Highlights of tonight's match between
Shaun Murphy and Ken Doherty.
Highlights of today's match between Jimmy White and John Higgins.
Schools Repeats not indicated
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