Mr Jones's llama doesn't like him.
The chefs make pudding for a yeti.
It's a record-breaking day in Greendale.
A beautiful sensory garden.
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10.30 Watch: Seaside Holiday with Magic Grandad
10.45 Something Special
(ages 4-5) (S)
11.20 BBC Primary History: Black History: Mandela
11.30 Pathways of Belief: Christianity: the Bible
11.45 Watch: Celebrations: Christianity
How close are we to generating a fifth of our electricity from sea power? With Adrian Chiles.
Two makeovers taking place in Hampshire. (Revised rpt) (5)
Thriller starring Rod Taylor and Christopher Plummer. An
Australian detective is caught up in an explosive political situation when he's dispatched to London to arrest a high-level diplomat for murder. Review page 52. Director Ralph Thomas (1968, PG)
Colin Jackson , Toyah Willcox and Peter Sissons peer. (5)
A Yorkshireman and his Greek wife head for Oxfordshire.
A pair of 1940s enthusiasts provide Paul Rankin and Phil Vickery with their food rations.
A portrait of Lord Byron, two stylish staircases and one of the few independent family breweries still in existence all pique the interest of presenter Paul Martin on a visit to Stockport in Greater Manchester. But it's a lazy Susan that captures the bidders' fancy.
The first TV interview for over a decade with reclusive music icon Scott Walker - a hero to both 1960s contemporaries such as David Bowie and modern pop pioneers including Alison Goldfrapp and Jarvis Cocker. What does Walker's first album for over ten years have in store? Plus Matthew Sweet assessing Merchant Ivory's contribution to period film drama, a profile of influential children's author Allan Ahlberg , and an examination of the modernist credentials of the fitted kitchen. With Andrew Graham-Dixon .
Series producer Marcus Herbert ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
New series 1/8. Jeremy Musson is invited to explore the architecture of more historic country piles.
Holkham Hall. The Norfolk residence of Lord and Lady Leicester is quite the grandest house Jeremy has ever stayed in. While there he maintains that, although the building may have been inspired by 16th-century Italian revivalist Palladio, Britain gave Holkham's architectural style to the world.
Director Spike Geillinger ; Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith The Inside Story: page 98
New series The forbidding black chair awaits its next nervous occupants as the demanding quiz returns for its 30th season. Tonight's quartet of contenders will be answering questions on a typically eclectic mix of specialist subjects - the history of US submarines, Anne McCaffrey 's Dragonriders of Pern books, the Blackadder TV comedy series and the life and works of Ivor Novello. John Humphrys asks the questions and delivers the verdicts. Director Derek Hallworth ; Series producer Karina Brennan
We're all going to die - but how good are we at confronting that fact? According to the results of a recent public poll on death and dying, not very. Esther Rantzen talks to individuals who are having to face the end of their life, and the results are moving, shocking and sometimes funny. Cancer patient Stanley is determined to make the most of his final weeks with wife June, while Dennis takes life day by day as he struggles with incurable lung disease. These and other terminal patients shed light on exactly what makes a "good" death, while Esther talks to Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt about current NHS policy. Producer Elizabeth McIntyre ; Executive producer Sara Ramsden
www.bbc.co.uk/health Throughout the week, BBC local radio, Radio 2 and Radio 4 will be broadcasting discussions surrounding the issues raised in the programme. Viewers can also call a free Action Line ([number removed]) for advice. Jeremy Vine hosts an hour-long special offering information and practical support on Friday at 12 noon on Radio 2 Esther Rantzen on palliative care: p22; Book offer: p22
Presented by Kirsty Wark. IS)
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Vocational Applied Art and Design A new programme to support the three units of this double-award vocational GCSE. 64770 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Vocational Applied Business. Covering the three units of this double-award vocational GCSE.