Daffy takes on the role of a detective.
Abandoned robots are corrupted.
DJ Jack is in the studio with all the latest chart news and gossip from the music world.
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Digital viewers can find out how to join in with the show, and a Football Focus commentary competition, via the red button
Can LazyTown manage without Sportacus?
Milo discovers he's lost one of his socks.
Ripple thinks she may be allergic to Rover.
A look at skin patterns and owls.
A squirrel teaches Ethelbert the importance of storing food.
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10.30 BBC Primary History: Britain since 1948
10.50 BBC Primary History: A Walk through Time
11.10 BBC Primary History: Ancient Egypt
11.30 Focus: Substance Misuse
11.50 Focus: Sticks and Stones
In South Africa, Adam Shaw takes a trip on the luxurious Blue Train. But it's no holiday for him - he's working as a butler. Back in the studio, experts answer viewers' mortgages questions.
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The semi-final action continues with the conclusion of the first match's second session and the start of the second session in semi-final two. Hazel Irvine is in the chair, alongside former world champions Steve Davis and John Parrott , with commentary from Clive Everton , Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo.
Also live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Digital viewers can access live uninterrupted coverage of the table, plus a news and results service
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Matthew Fort, Prue Leith and Oliver Peyton judge Galton Blackiston and Antony Worrall Thompson 's four-course creations. Who will go forward as the representative from Midlands and the East to join the two chefs who have already qualified?
Live action from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield of the penultimate session of the first semi-final. Matthew Stevens of Wales shook off doggedly determined Englishman Ian McCulloch last year
17-14 at this stage to go forward to his second final. Hazel Irvine presents. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker All coverage is also live online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) Radio 5 Live takes a look ahead to the tournament's final three days in Sport on 5 from 9.30pm
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3/6. For two months in 1944, the men, women and children of Warsaw faced incredible odds in a bid to liberate the Polish city from Nazi occupation. And they did so alone, even though Soviet forces arrived on the scene at the height of the conflict. Told through the personal accounts of those who took part, the historical strand investigates why the Red Army failed to join the uprising as it tells the little-known story behind one of history's greatest betrayals. Narrated by Michael Praed.
Producer Wanda Koscia ; Series editor John Farren
3/9. Adam Hart-Davis tests inventions devised by the Romans, while
Amani Zain relates the story behind the Pantheon. Series producer Ian Potts (Revised repeat)
3/6. Terminally Confused. Bluetooth, the VCR, the DVD player, the mobile phone - it's as if they were all designed to cause maximum irritation for our malevolent ageing males. Arthur Smith , Will Self,
Rory McGrath , Tim Rice , John O'Farrell , Des Lynam and Tony Slattery are among those railing against TV adverts they don't understand, phone calls that are never for them and the endless pleasure of dialling directory enguiries. Geoffrey Palmer narrates. Director/Producer Stuart Prebble
With Gavin Esler.
Presenter Martha Kearney and her guests appraise some of the highs and lows of the cultural week.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
With just four players remaining in the tournament, who has the upper hand in the semi-finals that are set to conclude tomorrow? Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from Sheffield's Crucible Theatre.
Portmanteau drama starring Vanessa Redgrave , Chloe Sevigny ,
Sharon Stone and Ellen DeGeneres , that charts the experiences of three American lesbians across three decades in the same house. Review page 55. Directors Jane Anderson , Martha Coolidge and Anne Heche
Postponed from 9 April (2000,15)
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2.00 Civil War Taking Sides. Tensions that led King Charles to declare war. 73M6 2.30 Women and Allegory: Gender and Sculpture 85981 3.00 Trend Trackers 70436 3.30 Women of Northern Ireland 76233 4.00 Philosophy In Action: Debates about Boxing 97726 4.30 From a Different Shore: an American Identity 29610 5.30 Ever Wondered about Food? Chicken tikka masala.