Series two. It's the last day of term for the role-reversal teachers.
Robbie makes Sportacus lose his memory.
A type of yoghurt upsets Archie's new machine.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 BBC Primary Geography: World Environmental Changes - Berlin (ages 7-11)
10.40 Starship: Numeracy (ages 6-7) Double bill.
11.20 Let's Write Non-Fiction: Key Stage 2 (ages 9-11) double bill.
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Business and consumer news with Adam Shaw.
Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Maths Challenge: Year 5 (ages 9-10) Triple bill.
Disaster thriller. The future of - a Tennessee town hangs in the balance when a tornado heads straight for a nearby nuclear power plant. Review page 45.
Director Bill Corcoran (2002)
New series 1/10. Jonathan Foyle , Miranda Krestovnikoff and Nick Barratt try to solve regional puzzles. Today, smuggling myths in Porthleven, Cornwall. Ask the experts: page 28
The show visits Chippenham, where Paul Martin uncovers Wiltshire's part in the rail revolution.
Phi Vickery and Antony Worrall Thompson take part.
Amy the lioness gives birth. (Revised repeat)
New series John Torode and Gregg Wallace return with the tough amateur-cooking contest. In daily heats over the next eight weeks, six hopefuls have to invent a dish from scratch in 40 minutes. The three with the most potential must then go to work in a professional kitchen, before preparing a two-course meal. Only one from each day can go through to Friday's quarter-final. Director Graciela Watson ; Series producer Paolo Proto Le Creuset offers: page 26; The Inside Story: page 68
The Guru of Surbiton. Tom's philosophy attracts two young disciples - do they think they're there for good? Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey
Producer John Howard Davies
From Mayan tombs to the Statue of Liberty, Dan Cruickshank continues his hunt for the human race's most beautiful achievements.
RT Direct: the book Around the World in 80 Treasures is Â£18 incl p&p (UK delivery only). To order, call [number removed] (landline calls 8p per min max) quoting RT or visit [web address removed]
4/10. Palaces and the Public. The historic palaces are now funded by the turnstile. When Hampton Court and the Tower of London begin to crumble, action is taken to pull in the paying public. Robert Lindsay narrates. Director/Producer Tim Green First shown on BBC4
In the opening second-round match, London's School of Oriental and African Studies takes on Churchill
College, Cambridge, for a place in the quarter-finals. Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
4/6. The S Words. Rory McGrath, Lynne Truss and Benjamin Zephaniah examine the origins of "soccer", "set" and "ska", respectively. Victoria Coren hosts.
Director/Producer Jamie Muir [web address removed]
RT DIRECT: the book Balderdash & Piffle is only Â£11.50 incl p&p (UK delivery only). To order. call [number removed] (landline calls 8p per min max) quoting RT or visit [web address removed]
4/6. Rats. Maddie (Joanna Lumley ) is sure there's a pesky rodent in her drainage system. Writer/Director/Producer Hugo Blick
4/6. Something goes horribly wrong at a ministerial visit to a factory. Only Malcolm can help, but will he?
Writers Jesse Armstrong , Simon Blackwell , Tony Roche and Armando lannucci: Director Armando lannucci: Producer Adam Tandy
First shown on BBC4 www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/thickofit
With Jeremy Paxman.
Country singer Jim White drives through the rural white American South, where he finds a community holding on to their religious beliefs - the perpetual struggle between Satan and God. Director Andrew Douglas
Executive producers Steve Golin and Anthony Wall
A selection of viewers' letters.
Producer Lucy Kenwright Exec producer Caroline Wright
Followed by The Witness
Languages and Travel Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Talk French In-vision subtitles. 50908 2.30Salut Serge! 1-10 879908 5.00 Work Talk France