Basketball is made a high-stakes game.
Encounters with a big but not bad wolf, a naughty gorilla, and a baby elephant.
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A look at elephants and birds.
Cool trains become cover stars.
Mrs Meacher the teacher visits.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
Followed by Pingu
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10.30 Let's Write a Story (ages
7-9) Master Story Teller
10.50 Around Scotland (ages 10-12) The Jacobites 7985296 11.10 Maths Channel (ages 8-9) Year Four double bill.
Live coverage of the Liberal
Democrats in Brighton. Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott present. Director Linda Nash ; Editor Jo Phillips
BBC Parliament has coverage from 10.30am
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1.00 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 5-7) Sporting Forecast 77461944 1.15 Something Special
(ages 6-7) Seasons
Business update, presented by Adrian Chiles.
Lib Dems in Brighton. BBC Parliament has coverage until 6pm
A model ship built by Napoleonic prisoners-of-war steals the show at an auction in Bath.
New series Young clarinettist Julian Bliss and entrepreneur Martin Holstead lock horns.
Ainsley Hariott presides. Recipes available on Ceefax page 560 or via www.bbc.co.uk/food
Wannabes take on the general knowledge giants. Dermot Murnaghan puts them all to the test.
Executive producers Andy Culpin and David Young Take on the quiz show champs with the Eggheads quiz: p
Five would-be explorers take the trip of their lives through the rainforest of Guyana to reach the Kaieteur Falls, the world's highest sheer drop of water. This week's episodes directed by Mike Taylor
Executive producer Mark Rubens
9/9. An edited repeat of yesterday evening's finale from the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum in West Sussex. Griff Rhys Jones announces which historic village building has won the hearts and minds of the viewers. With Marianne Suhr and Ptolemy Dean. See yesterday's choice.
Shown last night at 9pm www.bbc.co.uk/restoration The Perfect Village is on BBC4 at 8.30pm
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Fascist propagandist William Joyce , the Sandman graphic novels of Neil Gaiman , the Nobel Prize and the novels of Jilly Cooper are tonight's specialist subjects. John Humphrys asks the questions. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Pam Cavannagh
www.bbc.co.uk/mastermind Mark Lawson Talks to Jilly Cooper is tomorrow at 9pm on BBC4
Girton College, Cambridge, takes on the University of Sussex in a bid to reach the second round of the student quiz. Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Director Sue McMahon ; Producer Irene Daniels
His name is synonymous with evil, his reputation a mix of savagery and tactical genius. But how did this outcast from the outermost reaches of Asia come to conquer an empire larger than that of the Romans? Orgil Makhaan takes on the role of the Mongol emperor (voiced by Kenneth Cranham ) in a dramatised documentary, revealing what drove one man to create the largest land empire ever known. Writer Isabelle Grey ; Producer/Director Edward Bazalgette
First shown on BBC1
5/8. My Boyfriend. Kim worries about Brett's ability to provide for her and the baby when he gets lost in Ikea. Kath tears out her hair over her floral exam, and Sharon is cock-a-hoop with her new boyfriend.
First shown on Living TV
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
2/3. Folk Roots, New Routes. Richard Thompson ,
Norma Waterson and Bert Jansch are among those providing the soundtrack to a look at the 1960s, when hippies repackaged folk to appeal to a wider audience. Plus music by Fairport Convention, Simon and Garfunkel, Nick Drake , Bob Dylan and Pink Floyd. Director Mike Connolly ; Executive producer Mark Cooper
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1.00 The French Experience A French course for beginners. With in-vision subtitles.