Rishi offers tips on how to stay safe using the internet.
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Millie wins a dream day out. (S)
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10.30 English Express (ages 9-11) Texts' Those Terrible Tudors
536125810.50 Writing Across the Curriculum (ages 7-11) Personal and Persuasive Writing
11.10 Focus (ages 9-11) Band Aid: Getting on with It (Active
Citizenship) 2895635 11.30
Instrument Tales (ages 7-11) The Orchestra: Drums and Wild
Dances 822079711.45 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 6-7) Spelling Strategies: Katie Morag
Delivers the Mail "ailay"
Adrian Chiles looks for cowboys in America's midwest.
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1.00 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) Nile Shorts. Double bill
Franchot Tone stars as a British spy posing as a hotel waiter in Billy Wilder 's enjoyable war drama. Review page 50.
(1943) (BWHS) Billy Wilder 's The Seven Year Itch is tomorrow at 1.40pm
And Don't Miss...: page 45
Brazil's quaint colonial fishing town of Paraty is the dream goal of a couple from Devon.
Can a profit be made in the flea markets of St Emilion?
James Martin and Nick Nairn are under starter's orders.
The team visit Margate, where presenter Paul Martin explores a hidden shell grotto and reveals how a Victorian hunter is helping conservationists today.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Executive producer Tom Ware
A portrait of the iconic black entertainer. Born into acute poverty in St Louis, USA, Josephine Baker became a dresser for a black revue show, but what she really wanted to do was dance. In 1925 Baker travelled to Paris where she appeared in the Revue Negre. She was an instant hit and by 1927 was the highest-earning woman entertainer in Europe. Director Suzanne Phillips ; Producer Valerie Croft
First shown on BBC4
1/8. Scottish Highlands. Oddie braves the Cairngorm Mountains in Winter, where he searches for a flock of pure white ptarmigan and witnesses a golden eagle hunting red deer. (5)
8.30 2/8. Brecklands. It's high summer in East
Anglia's grasslands, where Oddie watches a stoat hunt rabbits, tries hare whispering and jumps into a bog in the search for Britain's largest spider.
Series producer Hugh Pearson ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
New series The old rascals return for a fifth series.
1/6. Life in Craigiang is getting Jack and Victor down, until they discover an endless supply of free whisky.
Writers Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill
Producer/Director Michael Hines
Pete the Jakey:
West End man:
1/6. Another chance to see the comedian bringing back her collection of colourful characters for the second series of her award-winning sketch show.
Producer Geoffrey Perkins ; Director Gordon Anderson
New series Steve Coogan stars as an ex-roadie who's settled in suburbia.
1/7. Tommy Saxondale 's pest-control business is threatened by staffing problems, animal rights protesters and his own anger-management issues.
Writers Steve Cooqan and Neil MacLennan
Producer Ted Dowd ; Director Ben Miller Coogan's bluff: page 22; Moment of the week: page 59
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron [web address removed]
What Tom Baker is watching: page 35
3/3. The Exercise of Power. How Margaret Thatcher used her post-Falkland War popularity to roll out a series of radical policies, and confront union power. Director/Producer Tom McCarthy
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Espana Viva 1-12 A Spanish course for beginners set in Santander and the coast, Madrid and Seville. With in-vision subtitles.