A stern test of balloon sculpting skills.
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Who has got ants in his pants?
An in-depth look at water.
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10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Barnaby Bear: The Orkneys
10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) What I Like
11.00 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5) Molly and the Trolly
11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) France - The Alps: Dairy Farming G)
11.30 English Express (ages 9-11) Own Goal
Westminster updates, with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott
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Andrew Neil hosts This Week 11.35pm BBC1
Business news, presented by Adrian Chiles. (S)
Followed by The Witness
Unwieldy but entertaining film noir in which Robert Mitchum plays a gambler heading south of the border. With Jane Russell and Vincent Price. Review page 58. Directors John Farrow and Richard Fleischer (1951, 12) (BW) Robert Mitchum stars in River of No Return tomorrow at 1.30pm
The students have a baptism of fire as food critics arrive to review the restaurant.
A lifeboat and an antiseptic spray. Voting details on Monday. The Inside Story: page
Brian Turner and James Martin face the clock.
Will the quiz veterans meet their match?
Time for a wee dram, as both chefs include whisky in their puddings. Tom makes a classic summer pudding, served with a vanilla and whisky ice cream, while Nick serves up hot Blairgowrie raspberry souffle with malt whisky, honey and oatmeal ice cream.
3/6. Fawlty Towers and 'Allo 'Allo! are juxtaposed, as Basil is suspected of theft, and Rene is asked to cater for a group of generals. Mark Benton narrates. Executive producer Caroline Wright
8/8. Provender. Deep within rural Kent nestles a small piece of Russia named Provender. The owner, Princess Olga Romanoff , tells Jeremy Musson about her close family links with the last Tsar, and her ambitious plans to restore one of the most historic yet least known houses in the "Garden of England". Director Mark Edwards , Series producer Richard Trayler-Smith
Specialist subjects are the life and films of Cary Grant, reformation in England 1500-1600, British track and field athletics, and the life and works of Friedrich Nietzsche. Hosted by John Humphrys.
6/6. After the end of hostilities in the Vietnam War, hundreds of thousands failed to return home. Thirty years later, Vietnamese families are still looking for their loved ones and, in desperation, have turned to a group of government-supported psychics - called Project TRK05 - who claim that they can talk to the dead. Featuring a woman made famous by her ability to locate dead bodies in the old battlefields. A new series is planned for later this year.
Producer Joe Phua ; Executive producers Karen O'Connor and Francis Smith
6/6; series two. Cath has given birth to a daughter, but Don's plans don't include staying in the marriage. Meanwhile, Glen is hell-bent on revenge.
Writer Julia Davis ; Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Alison MacPhail First shown on BBC3 www.Pbc.co.uk/comedy/nightynight
With Kirsty Wark.
3/8; series two. 1987. The discovery of a box of old photographs reveals a terrible misunderstanding.
Writer Brian Dooley ; Director Gareth Carrivick : Producer Pete Thornton First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/smokingroom
Today's pitches include an aromatherapy range, a solution to toilet cleaning and a flower quiver.
Director/Series producer John Hesling
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2.00 GCSE Vocational Bitesize Applied Art and Design 78722 4.00 GCSE Vocational Bitesize Applied Business