Ben has a big red spot on his face.
Some sheep have gone missing.
Baby Tumble won't go to sleep.
Repeats are not indicated.
10 30 BBC Primary History: Tudor Life: Homes - a Yeomans Story
10.50 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 7-11) Double bill.
11.30 The Chat Room: Bullying
11.50 Focus: Sticks and Stones
Alexei Sayle talks about changing careers from comic performer to novelist, and experts answers questions about benefits. With
Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell.
Editor Tracey Hobbs TAKE PART: viewers can submit queries to firstname.lastname@example.org; or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Stylish western starring
Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster. A former Confederate soldier and an outlaw are hired to guard gold being taken from Mexico City to
Vera Cruz. Review page 51. Director Robert Aldrich (1954, PG)
Film Trivia: page 55
Antony Worrall Thompson , Juliet Morris and Linda Barker discuss celebrities' soft furnishings.
Buying up the best bargains in the markets of Bologna, northern Italy. (5)
Angela Baker , inspiration for the hit movie Calendar Girls, and her husband Charles cook with Lesley Waters and Phil Vickery.
It's time for the wild dog puppies to move out before they destroy the house - and eat their carers. Ben meets a small snake with a big reputation.
A place in the final three is at stake for the quartet as they prepare a two-course meal for food critics
Matthew Fort , Charles Campion and Kate Spicer.
Many of us are prepared to pay extra for Fair Trade goods but is it really money well spent? The Money Programme's Libby Potter examines concerns about the premium pricing of Fair Trade products in some supermarkets. Can the movement satisfy its critics? Producer Marianne Lueck ; Series editor Clive Edwards
7/10. Prime places for watching wildlife on the UK's waterways, including a great migration story from
Northern Ireland. With Chris Packham and his team. Series editor Jane French
2/4. Terriers and hounds take to the main ring in Birmingham, plus reports on the first of the obedience events. Coverage continues tomorrow.
For an hour after the end of the programme, experts analyse what the judges are looking for in the canine competitors
6/6. Reputed to have been written by Khan's adopted son, The Secret History of the Mongols reveals a very different man to the butcher of legend: a devoted husband, politician and legislator. This documentary examines the book to show how an illiterate nomad inspired his successors to conquer the largest land empire in history. The series returns in April.
Director Heinz Leger ; Series editor John Farren
8/10. First-series highlights.
Director Martyn Smith ; Series producer John Hesling
New series 1/4. What do our school reports really tell us about our progress, our potential - and those who sat in judgement on us? Celebrities, including
David Puttnam , Alan Sugar , Bill Oddie , Peter Davison , Matt Dawson , Roy Hattersley , Adrian Lester , Michael Winner and Fiona Bruce , describe how they dealt with the dreaded document. Richard Briers narrates.
Producer Pip Banyard ; Exec producer Stuart Prebble Class distinctions: page 57
With Kirsty Wark.
With Martha Kearney.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
The world's oldest music magazine celebrated its
3,000th issue last August and, in this retrospective, Chrissie Hynde , Kaiser Chiefs, Tony Parsons , Danny Baker and Steve Lamacq look back at the feuds and personalities that shaped our musical culture.
Producer Chloe Thomas ; Editor David Okuefuna
Tough-as-they-come film noir starring Cornel Wilde and Richard Conte. A police lieutenant is bent on breaking a tightly organised gang led by the vicious Brown. Review page 51.
Director Joseph H Lewis (1955, PG) (BW)
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Ever Wondered? 78237 2.30 The Palazzo
Pubblico, Siena 80072 3.00 Insights into Violence 75527 3.30 Understanding Music: a Change of Key? 71324 4.00 Imagining New Worlds
4.30 Global Tourism 76256 5.00 The World of the Dragon 33053 5.30 Renaissance Secrets