Series three. Day one of a new term.
Why are Migo and Yugo arguing?
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10.30 See You, See Me (ages 7-9)
10.50 Music Makers (ages 7-9)
The condition synaesthesia, where the senses become inextricably linked. is)
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1.00 KS1 Science Clips (ages 5-7) Triple bill.
Western starring Elvis Presley. Pacer - the offspring of a white father and an American Indian mother - has divided loyalties when the Kiowa tribe rises up and a settler family is massacred. Review page 45.
Director Don Siegel (1960. PG)
2/10. A trip to Wiltshire to see if a man's grandmother was a Second World War English spy who was on Hitler's hit list.
Skipton in North Yorkshire is the venue, while presenter
Paul Martin builds a dry stone wall and visits a blacksmith.
Postponed from 19 December
Wildlife host Chris Packham and reptile expert Mark O'Shea join Tony Tobin and James Tanner.
With Ainsley Harriott.
Kumali the lion cub undergoes his first inoculation. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
The challenge of cooking at the Oxo Tower in London is among today's high-pressure tests. John Torode and Gregg Wallace judge the six contestants.
New series 1/3. Following the experiences of Chinese people living and working in England.
Is it possible to maintain a Chinese identity while assimilating into British society? The lives of fashion queen Li Quan , lawyer David Tang and architect
Anna Liu are shown in contrast to the struggle of Mr Li and his family with the Home Office to bring their six-year-old nephew from China to live with them.
Executive producers Roger Graef and Lucy Hetherington
2/8. Brecklands. In high summer, Bill explores the grasslands of East Anglia known as the Brecklands, watching a stoat as it hunts rabbits, attempting a spot of hare-whispering and jumping into a bog in the search for an outsized spider.
Series producer Hugh Pearson ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
2/6. Si and Dave Do Namibia 2/2. Dave Myers and Si King go in search of the Himba tribe, one of the last nomadic peoples to preserve their traditional lifestyle. The journey includes a giant fried egg for breakfast plus roasting lamb in an earth pit. On the way, they try the local sport of long-distance spitting. Directors/Producers Vikram Jayanti and John Stroud BBC OLIVE MAGAZINE: February issue on sale, priced E3
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New series 1/3. A fascinating experiment to analyse the effectiveness of various ancient remedies.
Acupuncture. In China, scientist presenter Kathy Sykes witnesses the 2,000-year-old practice at work when doctors perform open-heart surgery on a woman using acupuncture instead of a general anaesthetic. She then hears from Western scientists who are testing the claims for relief of chronic pain made on acupuncture's behalf. The conclusions challenge current thinking on the workings of the brain.
Series producer Martin Wilson ; Exec producer Anne Laking
1/9. Deadpan Jack Dee is tonight's host in a re-run of the 28th series of the news quiz. Trisha Goddard and Adam Hart-Davis join Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Rebecca Papworth
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
Investigating Mossad's "Bayonet" unit, responsible for Israel's retaliation against the Palestinian Black September terrorist organisation following the massacre of 11 Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics. Including contributions from Mossad agents and CIA operatives. A new series is scheduled to start in March. Director Ron Maiberg ; Producer Noam Shalev Agents of death/One Day in September book offer: p25
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Languages - Revista 47670 4.00 Languages - Voces Espanolas Then Talk the Talk