The duo make mermaid soup.
Morning mayhem, including Arthur, Jakers!, Yvon of the Yukon and Witch. With Kirsten O'Brien and Nev.
Also on the CBBC channel
Coronation Street's William Roache tackles the week's big ethical stories. Plus the drastic steps taken by one man to help save the planet.
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The Adventure of Colonel Nivin's Memoirs. The author of a controversial roman a clef is murdered.
Sombre thriller starring Robert Young and Betsy Drake. A successful architect is plagued by accidents following the mysterious death of his wife in a car crash. Review page 50. Director James V Kern (1951)
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1.35 Rugby League Highlights from the second round of the Super League play-offs, with Challenge Cup holders St Helens entering the fray.
2.20 Racing Action from
Longchamp, featuring the Prix de I'Arc de Triomphe at 4.30, one of the most coveted prizes in horse racing. Last year's winner. Hurricane Run, returns for a bid to become the first horse to win the race in successive years since 1978. Other starts are at 2.30, 3.05 and 3.45.
Producer Richard Carr ; Editor
Michael Cole www.bbc.co.uk/sport
Coverage of the 26th Great North Run between Newcastle and South Shields. Presented by Jonathan Edwards.
Come On. Ted wants to make one grand gesture in a final bid to win Robin. Will a raindance be enough to convince her? Last in series.
Australia - Taking the Heat. How animals in Australia evolved some extreme survival strategies to cope with catastrophic climate change.
Producer Clare Brook : Series Editor Tim Martin
Geologist Dr lain Stewart reveals how the rocks beneath our feet have shaped the history of the Mediterranean. Earthquakes have created a network of cracks in the ground that are behind everything from volcanos to natural health spas. Visiting tourist destinations in Greece, Turkey and Jordan, Dr Stewart provides an insight not found in guide books. Director/Producer Nigel Miller
Two teams drawn from the cream of British and American inventors and scientists have 48 hours to build a hi-tech device to solve a lo-tech problem: how to transport an egg unscathed across the mighty Fish River Canyon in Namibia, the second biggest canyon in the world. What follows is rockets, planes, not a lot of sleep and explosions in the night. Hosted by Richard Hammond.
Series producer Andrew Fettis : Exec producer Gary Hunter
New series 1/4. Eleven people with a range of disabilities embark on an arduous trek across
Africa, stretching from the Victoria Falls to the Atlantic Ocean - a staggering 1,500km through the crocodile infested swamps of Zambia and Botswana to the burning sands of the Namibian desert. The journey begins with an endurance test against the worlds most dangerous rapids, after which there is an unexpected departure.
Director Graham Johnston ; Series producer Mike Warner
Repeated with sign language next week on BBC1
Adrian Chiles is joined by Gavin Peacock and Watford boss Aidy Boothroyd to present highlights from today's clash between Manchester United and Newcastle United. There's also action from West
Ham v Premiership newcomers Reading, the North West derby Blackburn v Wigan and high-flyers
Portsmouth's match against Spurs. Plus highlights from this weekend's other Premiership games.
Producer James Irving ; Editor Paul Armstrong
3/6. With his star in the ascendant, Andy manages to get on the wrong side of the British press.
Shown last Thursday www.bbc.co.uk/extras
Forger Me Now. Michael tries to hide Rita from his family with disastrous results.
11.50 Notapusy. Michael wants George-Michael to join him in some manly activities to impress a woman. With guest star Charlize Theron.
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2.00 Money Matters Managing personal finances. 21555 3.00 Using the Internet 71444 4.00 Improving Skills Improving reading and writing skills.
5.00 Workplace Skills Potential hazards.