The postie learns how to dance.
A visit to a "sensory garden".
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10.30 What? Where? When? Why?: Pets and Animals (ages 6-7)
10.45 Something Special: Music (ages 4-7)
11.00 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5)
11.20 BBC Primary Geography: Postcards from Bangladesh (ages 7-11)
11.30 Pathways of Belief: Judaism (ages 7-9) Double bill.
Business news with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles. (5)
**** Intense drama starring Gary Cooper and Rita Hayworth. Accused of cowardice, Major Thorn is given the humiliating job of finding five men from his regiment who are worthy of receiving Medals of Honour. Review page 55.
Director Robert Rossen (1959, PG)
Major Thomas Thorn:
Sergeant John Chawk:
Lieutenant William Fowler:
Corporal Milo Trubee:
Emma Forbes , Angus Scott and Eve Pollard join in the celebrity guessing game.
Art Deco delights uncovered in Grottammare on the north-western coast of Ita ly.
Foster mum Avril and daughter Lisa team up with Nick Nairn and Tony Tobin.
Three giraffes must be saved from starvation. We meet the lonely wildebeest, and Ben Fogle and Kate Humble kayak with seals off the coast of Namibia.
Producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
London gastro pub the White Swan welcomes the wannabes. Who will wow John Torode and Gregg Wallace and reach tomorrow's quarter-final? 89 BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the March issue has an article on MasterChef Goes Large. On sale now, £2.95
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George Clooney discusses politics and film-making. There's a report from Amsterdam on Caravaggio and Rembrandt, and a look at Welsh rock music. Mark Kermode awards his alternative Oscars, and Saira Khan of The Apprentice reports on the Festival of Muslim Culture. Charles Hazlewood reveals the final contenders for our favourite design. And can DBC Pierre repeat the success of Vernon God Little?
Series producer Julian Birkett ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
8/8. Can a passion for surfing be turned to profit?
Dan Harding and Lucy Aldridge are free spirits who have always avoided financial responsibility. They lived in a camper van on the beach until their boys grew up. Now in a cottage near St Ives, it's hard to imagine how they can keep up repayments on their mortgage, but untapped talent may transform their lives. With Rene Carayol. The series returns in 2007. Director Clare Fisher ; Series director Micci Billinger
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When the Government created tax breaks for film-makers to produce movies in the UK, they expected Hollywood. Instead, they got Bollywood - but Indian film-makers are breaking with tradition and moving into different genres. It's out with the musical and in with storylines aimed at a Western audience. This documentary follows the making of these films, including Private Moments - an erotic comedy about the sex lives of four young women in London. Producer Anthony Wonke ; Executive producer Todd Austin
Some of Britain's richest people pay remarkably little tax. Billionaire Philip Green managed it because his family moved to Monaco. Arsenal stars did it with offshore trusts. City traders did it by being paid in gold or wine. Phones4U boss John Caudwell did it by taking loans instead of income. And it was all legal. The Money Programme's Michael Robinson asks why the rest of us can't slash our bills too. Producer Martin Small www.bbc.co.uk/moneyprogramme
There's another Money Programme tomorrow at 7pm
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
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2.00 GCSE Bltesize Maths 1 Numbers and Measures Whole numbers and decimals, fractions, percentages, negative numbers, unitary method and time.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Maths 2 - Algebra. Equations, formulae, sequences, functions and graphs.