Ned wants to be a policeman.
Simulcast on the CBBC channel 8.45-11.00am.
A double bill of Aardvark oriented animation.
Kirsten makes art with chocolate.
Sam and Mark try snooker trick shots, a gardening club seeks advice from an expert and two Gamers get training in radio journalism and archaeology.
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Five chums test their friendship.
The team race to detonate the world's largest bomb.
TC's phoney historical tour of New York uncovers hidden pirate treasure. (R) (S)
Mom's Away 2/2. Michael convinces Charmaine to talk to her parents about her pregnancy.
Powell and Pressburger's stirring Second World War drama starring Dirk Bogarde and Marius Goring Crete , 1944: in an attempt to demoralise the occupying
German army, two British officers, with the help of local patriots, hatch a plan to kidnap a top
German officer. Review page 44, (1956, U) (BW)
With the arrival of baby Archie, Emma and Scott Allaway aim to swap their London flat for a family home in the Chilterns.
Teams compete for the chance to win up to £10,000.
Which chef, Paul Rankin or Ross Burden , will make the most of a fiver's-worth of food? Recipes: Ceefax p560; www.bbc.co.uk/food
Can amateur performers last three minutes on stage without being voted off?
After 30 years with no breeding, two new otter babies have arrived. Up in lion country, new mum Yendi goes ballistic when her lion cubs get their injections and white rhino Babs, the grand dame of the safari park, is fading fast and staff face a difficult decision. With Ben Fogle and Kate Humble. Series producer Susanne Curran ; Executive producers
Annette Clarke and Chris Powell
1/3. The Banquet. For a year, cameras filmed life behind the scenes at Windsor Castle, the Queen's favourite home. Opening with all the preparations for President Chirac's visit to Windsor - complete with a state banquet and a performance of Les Misérables in one of the apartments - the series covers every aspect of life and work at the Queen's castle and its surrounding 13,000 acres.
Director Matt Reid ; Executive producers Martin Davison and Andy Goodsir <S) Queen of spades: page 6
3/8. Sanctuary, boudoir, final escape of the day - Nina Campbell and Alison Clarke 's exploration of the world of interior design continues in that most private room of the house, the bedroom. Nina creates guest bedrooms in a remote Scottish shooting lodge, we examine the mood-enhancing qualities of lighting design and follow the creation of a rock star-style retreat for a classical musician. Executive producer Gill Wilson ; Series editor Lyn Rowett
Repeated next Sunday Professor Alison Clarke describes her six icons of British domestic design in Homes & Antiques's September issue. On sale now, E3.30 Nina Campbell reveals her latest home purchases in Good Homes magazine's September issue. On sale now, E2.99 Finest quality bedding offer: page
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
The Orkney child abuse case was one in a series of high-profile scandals that rocked Britain in the late 1980s and early 90s. In February 1991, police and social workers swooped on four families from the remote Scottish island of South Ronaldsay - and took nine children into care. Amid allegations of Satanism, a fight ensued to have the children returned and the families' names cleared. In this gripping and disturbing film, parents, children and social workers involved describe their experience. What drove the social workers to act so drastically? How did a campaign galvanise the community? The children themselves reveal what really happened in their disclosure sessions with the social workers.
Director Ricardo Pollack ; Producer David Alter
Analysis of the latest headlines at home and abroad, with Gavin Esler.
3/8; series three. This evening's innovative ideas include transparent wellies for kids, a premium rate phone line for lost people and a man overboard warning system for boats. Will any of the budding entrepreneurs be able to persuade the Dragons to part with some cash? Presented by Evan Davis.
Shown last Thursday
General Interest Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Homegrown Hollywood New and established UK film-makers are celebrated with a night of shorts, including the Bafta-nominated Elephant Boy.
Presented by James King. Contains strong language and scenes that may distress some viewers.