Dance expert Matthew puts Sam and Mark through their paces.
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Digital viewers can access karaoke performances via the red button
Sportacus is turned into a ten-year-old boy.
Pete and Nat are at the gym. (S)
Daphne the donkey visits.
My Fair Munster
Grandpa puts a love potion in Marilyn's oatmeal. (BW)
10.55 A Walk on the Mild Side
Herman tries to find a cure for his insomnia. (BW)
Exploring Britain's eastern coastline.
The political update with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Anthony Head appeals on behalf of Riding for the Disabled.
Repeated from BBCI Sunday at 5.35pm
Donation details on Sunday
Adding plants and shrubs to a garden in Rhuddland, Flintshire.
Big knitter Debbie Bliss talks about the fun of making money out of stocking stitch. With Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw. (5)
Antiques dealer Chris Gower takes two bargain spotters to the French town of Josselin.
A guide to spotting native snakes and lizards, courtesy of Chris Packham.
A bid to swap a life of international oil drilling for climbing and walking in the Peak District.
Which of today's two chefs, Nick Nairn and Tony Tobin , can whip up the most support?
The quiz show goliaths get a fresh challenge from another band of know-it-all upstarts.
Paul Martin is at Galpharm Stadium, home to the Huddersfield Giants. Can experts Kate Alcock and Nigel Smith pick a winning line-up for auction?
The first of tonight's Comedy Doubles comparing and contrasting two classic comedy series.
The Reluctant Traveller. Nurse Gladys Emmanuel wants Arkwright to take her to a hotel for the night. Writer Roy Clarke : Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
A Night In. Fletcher and Godber spend time at night talking about what they'd rather be doing. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
2/4; series two. The pig farmer is dealing with problems he never imagined - key employees have left him, there's a serious accident to contend with and the animals are running amok. Not surprisingly, girlfriend Michaela is starting to feel the pressure.
Producer Nic Blower ; Series producer Henry Wilks
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
Pauline Quirke stars in this drama documentary based on the incredible true story of Colleen McCabe , a head teacher who stole heaps of money from her school. As ex-nun McCabe enjoys a champagne lifestyle, pupils sit shivering in classrooms without heat or books. it's only a matter of time, though, before local authority auditors step in to reveal the full extent of her theft.
Writers Lucy Bowden , Norman Hull and Jane Woodrow
Producer Lucy Bowden : Director Norman Hull Bad habits: page 12
Phil Collins vents spleen to Paul Merton about television evangelists and the Gallagher brothers.
Director Geraldine Dowd : Producer Victoria Payne
With Martha Kearney.
Looking ahead to the Open championship at Royal Liverpool, Hoylake, which starts tomorrow at 9am on BBC2 and Radio Five Live. Will defending champion Tiger Woods claim his third Open title?
Producers Stephen McBride and Jo McCusker
Sombre drama based on Thomas Hardy 's novel Jude the Obscure, starring Christopher Eccleston and Kate Winslet. A rural stonemason in 19th-century England dreams of attending university, but his ambitions are thwarted by an ill-timed affair and his obsession with his beautiful cousin. Review page 42.
Director Michael Winterbottom 0996 15) (Colour and BW)
Double bill of eyewitness reports from key 20th-century events.
General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood Short films, showcasing emerging and establishing film-makers. Contains strong language and violent scenes.