A new foe threatens Jackie.
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10.30 Around Scotland (ages 10-12)
10.50 Music Makers (ages 7-9)
Einstein's Equation of Life and Death 2/2. Drama documentary recounting how E=MC 2 made
Einstein history's most celebrated scientist - but also led to the nuclear bomb.
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1.00 Revisewise Shorts (ages 9-11) Triple bill.
Western starring Robert Stack as maverick gunfighter
Owen Pentecost. The looming Civil War brings unforeseen changes to
Pentecost's life. Review page 47. Director Jacques Tourneur (1956) Don't miss Jacques Tourneur's Build My Gallows High on Friday at 12.25am Film Trivia: page 51
2/5. Aled Jones explores the enduring popularity of Gustav Holst's The Planets. Hear the piece featured in the programme on In Tune on BBC Radio 3 at 5pm
7/10 The experts are all appalled at the state of a B&B they visit in Nottinghamshire.
Brian Turner and Ross Burden cook up today's tasty treats.
Ainsley Harriott hosts.
Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food
Experts Andrew Cheney and Adam Partridge look at collectables on offer in Chelmsford.
Cooking in front of hungry diners at busy Japanese restaurant Roka in central London is among today's challenging tests for contestants.
3/3. Abie dreams of stardom in Hong Kong, while
Henry's mother fears he is wasting his life. These are two of the stories illustrating the clash between two generations of Chinese people in England. On one side are the parents who came from China in the 1950s, 60s and 70s and worked long hours in the takeaways to support their families. On the other, their children, who grew up helping their parents in the shops and now bear the burden of enormous expectations as a result of the sacrifices their parents made for them. Executive producers Roger Graef and Lucy Hetherington
4/8. Homes and Gardens. Bill travels down to Devon where he explains how watching wild animals can be done from the comfort of home. He witnesses a poppadom-eating badger, spies on fallow dear and checks for bats in the loft.
Series producer Hugh Pearson ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
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4/6. Si and Dave Do Ireland. Dave Myers and Si King swap their motorbikes for a more old-fashioned mode of transport as they enjoy the pleasures of a horse-drawn caravan. Along the way, they sample the fruits of the Carlingford oyster beds and embark on a guest for the perfect Irish stew.
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3/3. Herbs. Kathy Sykes concludes her investigation into the effectiveness of ancient remedies by looking at herbalism. She discovers that there are at least eight "super herbs" that seemingly outperform modern-day pharmaceutical equivalents. Scientific research shows that these natural products contain several active ingredients and a complex chemical make-up with which 21st-century technology can't yet compete. Producer Nick Davidson : Series producer Martin Wilson
3/9. Frasier actress Jane Leeves is guest host as political commentator Daisy Sampson and comedian Mark Steel join Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Director Paul Wheeler ; Producer Rebecca Papworth
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
A rare insight into the often closed world of the Japanese high-class entertainers is offered as cameras follow 15-year-old Yukina preparing to move to Kyoto and start the arduous training course to become a Geisha. But does this young teenager really understand what is in store for her? Producer Sarah Waldron ; Executive producer Kiran Soni
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2.00 Revisewise at School Maths 1
4.00 Revisewise at School Maths 2