Fred and Joe meet Napoleon Bonaparte.
Two very exotic cats are encouraged to get romantic.
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Raymond has an accident with a custard tart.
A game to help decide party food.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
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Adam Hart-Davis explores the legacy of the ancient Chinese. txecutive producer Martin Mortimore
A round-up of the morning's events from the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton. BBC ParTament has live coverage from 9am
Nick Clark appeals on behalf of the Cambodia Trust.
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An oyster fisherman's overgrown garden. (Revised rpt)
Business update. With Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
A jaunt along the UK's seashores. (Revised rpt)
Proceedings from the Liberal Democrats in Brighton. BBC Parliament has coverage until 6pm
Paul Martin finds buried treasure in a small Suffolk town when the team visit Ipswich.
Farmers Charlotte and Ben Hollins cook with chefs Brian Turner and Lesley Waters.
Broadcast By the Lib Dems.
Quiz show champs are pitted against a new team of challengers. Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
On the third leg of the journey, the explorers have to swim across a 200m-wide river to get to their next camp - with all their gear. At the end of another punishing day, one of the team has had enough.
Comparing two classic comedies written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
The platoon want to look younger in case they are drafted into the ARP.
Narration (Comedy Doubles):
Maplin Intercontinental. Excitement runs high for the annual Yellow Coat competition.
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9/10. As Rick's barge reaches the end of the Canal du Midi, he sets sail across the salty Etang de Thau, famous for its oysters and mussels. At the fishing port of Sete, Bastille Day is celebrated with water jousting, fireworks and seafood ragout.
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11/12. Masters of Their Trade. Little Moreton Hall and York Minster are among tonight's locations. Fred's love of perfectionism helped to inspire a greater appreciation of the skills of the craftspeople of the past and those who carry on their traditions.
Director/Producer David Hall See York Minster, Friday 8pm
1/4. A documentary series that uses unique access to the criminal justice system to comprehensively tell the stories of crimes from the first 999 call to beyond the jury's verdict.
A blood-stained shopping list is just one of the details highlighted in the exploration of a murder in Salford. Nasir Ali Alsenaidi, a student from Oman, was ordered to be detained in a maximum security hospital after stabbing Terezia Sternbergerova to death and seriously injuring Kathy Moore. But the subsequent decision to send him back to his homeland left his surviving victim angry and traumatised. Narrated by Philip Glenister.
1/8. Repeat run of the bawdy comedy's fourth series. Corinthian Dies. Janet is upstaged by some pasties while trying to dump Jonny, and Donna finds the courage to pursue a new dream.
Writer Susan Nickson ; Director Gareth Carrivick
Analysis of international news, with Jeremy Paxman.
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7/18; series three. Audrey fights to become the project manager for the creation of a miniature golf course. More tomorrow at 11.50pm.
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2.00 Science Making Sense of Health. Careers in healthcare. 23860 4.00 Science Making Sense of Health. Advice on getting health-wise.