Penny's friends give her a birthday surprise.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
Making fossils in tissue paper and cardboard.
Sam and Mark try their luck as MCs, beekeepers search for honey, and the Gamers get musical with their karaoke hits. Plus, will Kate make it to the Next Level as a radio journalist?
Digital viewers can access films where Sam, Mark and Ayesha rate their mates, via the red button
It's the last week of school holidays and time for summer camp. But it's not all fun and games.
An employee is trapped and suffocating in a Bank of England vault.
Top Cat is made an honorary sergeant when he steals Officer Dibble's ideas for improving the police force. (R)
Breaking Up and Breaking It Junior's bathroom habits cause concern. (RXS)
Grandpa contacts a dating agency. (BW)
Live coverage of day two of the Women's British Open at Royal Lytham and St Anne 's. The most recent Major winner is Sweden's Annika Sorenstam , who clinched the US Open after a play-off with Pat Hurst in early July. Having won a major in each of the last six years, she will be expected to continue her prolific form here.
Meanwhile, the penultimate day of Glorious Goodwood on the Sussex Downs focuses on the E150,000 mile race at 3.15, with other starts at 2.05, 2.40 and 3.50. introduced by Hazel Irvine and Clare Balding. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter. <S) Also live at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
A fresh set of wannabe trivia enthusiasts take on the quiz show champs.
From Stockport in Cheshire. (Revised repeat)
Running parking regimes has become big business. Last year UK drivers paid out over £1 billion to park on our streets. But is it right to profit from enforcing the law asks The Money Programme? And is the focus more on making money rather than the need to keep traffic moving? Libby Potter investigates.
Producer Jacqui Farnham ; Editor Clive Edwards
The tree gang swings into action to try to save Kew's oldest and most precious specimen, while mycologist Alec Henrici searches for magical mushrooms.
Producer Roger Huyton ; Series producer Adam Alexander
New series 1/4. Roses. Rachel de Thame describes her love affair with roses. She visits fellow enthusiasts throughout the country and discovers the secrets behind Britain's favourite flower. She shows how easy it is to grow container roses and reveals which rose is the nation's favourite.
Producer David Leighton ; Series producer Rosemary Edwards
2/9. The sunny South West is tonight's focus. Griff Rhys Jones reveals three more architectural gems and their villages in dire need of your help. There's a rope factory that produced the sails and rigging that powered Nelson's navy to victory, a chapel that was the spiritual heart of one of Britain's biggest fishing fleets, and a farmstead that has kept rural skills alive for more than 400 years. Architect Ptolemy Dean searches for The Perfect Village at 10pm on BBC4. Exec producers Nikki Cheetham , Annette Clarke ; Series editor Jeremy Cross Rptd next Monday www.bbc.co.uk/restoration VOTING DETAILS: vote for your favourite building by calling
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4/8. Hadrian's Wall is among the sights en route from Ireland to Newcastle upon Tyne. Producers Andy Bates and Kim Turberville
Series producer Steve Brown
With Martha Kearney. (5)
Kirsty Wark and guests review the cultural highs and lows of the week.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Poignant drama starring David Strathairn , Agnes Bruckner and Margaret Colin. High school student Meg looks after her emotionally troubled younger sister Lily. Meg finds an outlet for her anger and frustration through her poetry, which captures the attention of her English teacher. Review page 47.
Director Karen Moncrieff (2001,15)
Open University & General Interest Rpts not indicated
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Wondered? 89269414 3.30 Relationships
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