The boys travel back to AD 1000 and meet some real Vikings.
Matt enters into a peanut eating contest with a greedy monkey, and a pack of African wild dog pups get a new stepdad.
Also on the CBBC channel
A little girl finds and promptly loses a winning holiday ticket.
Percy is swept away by a flood.
Making tarts for the Queen of Hearts.
Followed by Pingu
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-11) Coping with the Climate: Coping with the Cold
10.50 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-11) Coping with the Climate: Coping with the Wet
11.10 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-11) Coping with the Climate: Coping with the Heat
11.30 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 9-11) Coping with the Climate: Coping with Our Climate
11.50 BBC Primary Geography
(ages 7-11) Postcards - Bangladesh: Life in Bangladesh
3/10. Overhauling a Gloucestershire guesthouse. (5)
The latest market news and money matters. With
Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Hazel Irvine presents live coverage of the 43rd World
Match Play Championship, held at the Wentworth Club in Surrey.
World number one Tiger Woods heads this year's elite, 16-man field; with defending champion Michael Campbell and England's David Howell also competing for the El million prize. Peter Alliss and Ken Brown provide the commentary. More coverage tomorrow, 1.30pm. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
Digital viewers can access extended live coverage via the red button
More performers try to impress the buzzer-wielding audience. (5)
Amateurs challenge the quiz show giants.
With Howard 's health deteriorating by the hour, the group are faced with a life-or-death decision.
7/10. The North East and Cumbria. Chris Jackson explores such architectural treasures as Cumbria's Long Meg and Her Daughters, Northumberland's Belsay Hall and Newcastle's Swing Bridge.
First shown on BBCI North East/Cumbria
Could a rocket-propelled car take off like a plane?
Would your stomach explode if you consumed fizzy drinks and popping candy? Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage uncover the truth.
First shown on Discovery
7/8; series three. Entrepreneurial ideas include an online book recommendation system, an innovative garden trolley, a training machine for budding cricketers and a unigue car safety system. Hosted by Evan Davis. Series producer Dominic Bird; Exec producer Helen Bullough
Repeated next Tuesday www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
New series 1/6; series two.
Andy finally catches a break and busies himself making a classy sitcom that he hopes will stand the test of time. The BBC, however, has different ideas. Orlando Bloom guests.
Repeated next Sunday
Ricky's all-stars: page 10; Extras DVD offer page 13
New series 1/6. Robert Webb and David Mitchell invite you into their lop-sided world of sketch comedy, featuring a host of bizarre characters including anxious Nazis, some easily distracted snooker commentators and a mis-matched crime fighting duo. Green Wing's Olivia Colman and Peep Show's Paterson Joseph also star. Director David Kerr ; Producer Gareth Edwards The new kings of comedy?: page 25
New series 1/7; series three. Topical comedy show that mocks the news from the past seven days. With Hugh Dennis , Frankie Boyle and host Dara O'Briain.
Producer Mark Leveson ; Series producer Dan Patterson
With Martha Kearney.
4/6; series two. A profile of radical author Thomas Paine , who helped inspire the American War of Independence. Director Michael Cumming ; Producer Jon Rolph
First shown on BBC4
6/18; series three. The teams have to design a mural advertisement for a new PlayStation 2 game. (5)
Schools Repeats are not indicated
2.00 History The Cold War An investigation into the Cold War crisis. 58738 4.00 History The Soviets The turbulent relationship between Russia and the West.