Can Daolon Wong be halted?
Featuring a dancing swan.
Ted and Pat work on an old classic car.
How to cope with the weather.
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10.30 See You, See Me (ages 7-9)
10.50 Folk Dance: Country Dance (ages 9-12)
The Doctor Who Makes People Walk Again? Can Huang Hongyun help patients with spinal injuries by injecting them with cells from aborted foetuses?
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1.00 Revisewise Shorts (ages 9-11) Double bill.
1.20 Primary Internet Chat Guide (ages 7-11)
Followed by The Witness
Family drama in which a man starts to rebuild his life after the end of his marriage by taking his young daughter on a fishing trip across America. Review page 53. Director Gregg Champion (2000)
James Martin , Nina Myskow and Clare Nasir try to guess the location of Catherine Gee.
Angela Rippon and the two teams scour for items in the Tuscan city of Arezzo.
A couple of whisky experts join chefs Phil Vickery and Antony Worrall Thompson.
With Anne Robinson.
Ben Fogle meets a cannibal - a giant eagle owl that eats other owls - and Kate Humble follows a team whose job is to move animals to safer havens.
Three of the best contestants from the first series return to fight it out for a place in Friday's quarter-final. Which one will impress most in the kitchens of Six13, a kosher fusion restaurant in London?
1/12. More aspiring tycoons put themselves in Sir Alan Sugar 's unforgiving line of fire. The series continues tomorrow at 9pm. See Wednesday's choice.
Shown last Wednesday
Sir Richard Heygate and Michael Daunt are cousins who share a passion for the British countryside.
Their plan to catch a Cornish salmon and put it on their table before their weekend is over finds them meeting local characters, taking part in a pigeon shoot, reciting poetry and visiting St Neot to tell the story of the saint whose name the village now bears. Director Peter Lowe ; Producer Jonathan Powell
7/8. A Dorset River. It's autumn on the River Frome and Oddie is uncovering what may be the inspiration for Ratty in Wind in the Willows. He also investigates the enigma of the mute swan and grapples with native crayfish before ending his journey with little egrets. Series producer Hugh Pearson ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher Bill Oddie 's First Big Break: page 38
New series 1/4. Sausages, staff issues and stress - a return visit to check on the progress as a pig farmer of 29-year-old city boy Jimmy Doherty finds him facing plenty of issues. The business is growing but so are the problems. As he struggles to cope with being the boss, Jimmy tries to keep his favourite pig alive and also faces a visit from the police. Can he and girlfriend Michaela hold on to their dream?
Producer Nat Sharman ; Series producer Henry Wilks Jimmy's pig adventure: page 32; Book offer: page 33
1/6. Sharp-as-a-blade comedy set in the cut-throat world of amateur ice skating.
A problematic pigeon threatens to ruin the heats of the British championship at the Derby Ice Bowl.
The Inside Story: page 88
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
3/5. The Euphrates. Ben Anderson travels through the famous marshlands that were destroyed by Saddam Hussein. First shown on BBC4
11.50 4/5. The Jordan. Ben is caught in a riot as Palestinians and Israelis fight over a new security wall. Producers Marc Perkins , Ivan O'Mahoney , Francis Smith ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor First shown on BBC4
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise at Home Maths
4.00 Revisewise Challenge at Home Maths