The kids encounter Scott's 1911 expedition to the South Pole.
A langur needs emergency treatment and Melindi the serval cat celebrates her birthday in style.
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Can Lola learn to do magic like Charlie?
Then LazyTown's Mini Workouts
Mike and Jelly look for the fruits of autumn.
Mickey John tells a great story about a king and queen.
A magic trick goes wrong.
A pitta bread dog for Vera the vet.
Followed by Pingu
From ballistas to bathhouses, Adam Hart-Davis investigates inventions from ancient Rome.
Coverage of day three of the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth. BBC Parliament has coverage from 9.15am
7/8. Alwyn sketches the harbour at Messina in Sicily.
Strangford Lough and Torr Head in Ulster. (Revised rpt)
Business update. With
Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Conservative leader David Cameron addresses the party conference. With analysis from Nick Robinson. (S)
On a visit to Bristol, Paul Martin discovers it's possible to buy pieces of Concorde.
Ainsley Harriott referees as chefs Lesley Waters and James Martin show off their skills.
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Quiz show champs, including Who Wants to Be a Millionaire's first winner Judith Keppel , take on a new team of challengers. Dermot Murnaghan hosts. Take on the quiz show champs with the Eggheads quiz: p
The team have spent a sleepless night trying to persuade Rachel to carry on with their sub-zero journey to Temple Mountain and, as morning comes, they're waiting to hear her decision.
Just three years after the world was gripped by Neil Armstrong 's giant leap for mankind, the last man left the Moon. We've never been back. This film tells the story of our on-off love affair with our lone satellite - what inspired it, how it faded away, and how we're falling in love all over again. Narrated by Sean Pertwee. Producer Ruth Whippman ; Exec producer Jonathan Renouf
3/8. Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King with the latest updates on the unfolding animal stories, including the journey of ten satellite-tagged migrating "super geese". Will they make it back from Canada? Plus, want more trees in your neighbourhood? Then join in one of the many
Great Seed Hunt events taking place around the UK this weekend. See Monday's choice. Viewers can record their wildlife sightings as part of the Autumnwatch survey by logging on to www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch Autumn's in the air: page 16
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3/4. What Goes Around. The chilling story of Bryan Keen who was brought to justice after Manchester police re-examined DNA evidence in an 11-year-old case of kidnapping and rape. To his neighbours in leafy Cheshire, 50-year-old Keen was a respectable businessman. But in September 1994 he bound, gagged and blindfolded a 23-year-old woman in a hotel room, telling her that he was videotaping her ordeal before subjecting her to sexual assault and rape. More than a decade later, Keen's victim courageously agrees to face him in court. Philip Glenister narrates. Series producer Lynn Barlow ; Exec producer Julian Mercer The Alison Graham column: page 39
3/8; series four. My Delicious Guava. As Jonny embarks on his first date with Kate, Janet resorts to vegetables for her sexual fulfilment. Meanwhile,
Donna chooses an evening at the theatre with her university mates over a karaoke night with Gaz.
Writer Karen Laws ; Producer Stephen McCrum
Director Gareth Carrivick
Analysis of international news, with Kirsty Wark.
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11/18; series three. The two teams are tasked with creating a new variety of pizza for Domino's and then selling it. The teams are mixed up and soon Alex is at loggerheads with one of his new team-mates. More tomorrow at 11.20pm.
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2.00 Mathsphere Edits 1 Mathematics in a real-world context, in short, accessible sequences. 82747 4.00
Mathsphere Edits 2 More mathematics clips designed to stimulate interest and spark discussion.