Furry friends down on the farm.
Hi-octane fun with a go-karting club, plus dog-training tips and a hula-hoop challenge.
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Competition is fierce on sports day, and Bouncer is behaving strangely.
Musical comedy based on the Disney theme park attraction
Walt Disney's Country Bears'
Jamboree, starring Christopher Walken , with the voice of Haley Joel Osment. Review page 51. Director Peter Hastings (2002. PG)
Adam Shaw celebrates English Wine Week with a report on the state of the industry.
Crime drama starring Mickey Rooney as a nice-guy car mechanic whose efforts to repay money that he "borrowed" from his boss lead him deeper into trouble. Review page 51.
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What hidden gems are on offer at a cross-Channel flea market in Nantes?
13/20 Choosy vegetarians and a rival chef cause headaches at the Italian cookery school.
A wartime code-breaker; classic British furniture; a surgical first; and a literary icon.
Paul Rankin and Antony Worrall Thompson stir it up.
A fresh batch of brainy upstarts challenges a team of general knowledge goliaths: Millionaire winner Judith Keppel , International Mastermind
Chris Hughes and world quiz champion Kevin Ashman.
Presented by Dermot Murnaghan.
Will it be Marcus Wareing's sea bass with a pine nut crust? Or Michael Caines's pan-fried lobster? After the judges have whittled down the finalists from seven to three, viewers must decide which fish course is fit for the Queen's birthday banquet. The Inside Story: page 84
Richard Hammond travels to Cyprus to pit the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S against the RAF's freefall parachute display team, the Red Devils. Plus a top interior designer converts a Mercedes S Class into the ultimate luxury car and Ewan McGregor buckles up as this week's Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm
The latest live updates from Devon and the Shetland Isles, with reports on how this spring compares with last year, and how the colder temperatures this year have affected our wildlife. For details of the BBC's Springwatch events held at 15 locations across the UK, visit www.bbc.co.uk/ springwatch or call the free information line: [number removed]. See yesterday's choice.
Repeated at 7pm tomorrow on BBC4
4/4. The Final Frontier. In the early 20th century, modernism set out to change the world: now it's on a mission to save it. Dan Cruickshank goes skiing in the desert, controls the world with the flicker of an eye, marvels at buildings that are knitted rather than built - and even pushes back the boundaries of outer space.
Producer Ian Leese ; Exec producer Basil Comely Living with Modernism follows on BBC4 at 10pm
8/8. The Spittles Family. Six-year-old Alex and his younger brother Luke are giving single dad Wayne the run-around. The boys dictate everything, even choosing when and where to sleep (in Dad's bed, invariably). Child psychologist Laverne Antrobus prescribes an unpalatable course of tough love - but is Wayne prepared to be the big bad wolf? Producer Sally Rose ; Series producer Sue Davidson
First shown on BBC3
With Jeremy Paxman.
It's 2016, and a crisis is looming: the cheap oil that has fuelled our global economy for the past years is becoming scarcer and more expensive. This sobering dramatised documentary, told from the perspectives of a geologist drilling for oil and her family back home in Minneapolis, brings home how spiralling oil prices could have a dramatic and devastating impact on our everyday lives, from transportation to food, heating and light. So what are the alternatives for our fuel-hungry society?
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Geography World 2000 Complex issues facing the world today. 64752 4.00 Geography World 2000 Global relationships and change.