Back to Scotland in 1338. Last in series.
A rare giraffe and a pallas cat are born.
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Then LazyTown's Mini Workouts
What's happening at the watermill?
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Bad weather threatens Mickey John's school sports day.
A trip to a wishing well.
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10.30 Let's Write a Story (ages 9-11) Double bill.
Double bill. 2043489 11.30
Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13) Othello
Business update presented by Adam Shaw.
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1.00 What? Where? When? Why?(ages 5-7) Schools and Games 35287083 1.15 Something Special (ages 6-7)
What lies beneath Strangford Lough? (Revised rpt)
Romantic drama starring
William Holden and Jennifer Jones. A Eurasian doctor in Hong Kong during the Korean War falls in love with a married US war correspondent. Review page 52. Director Henry King (1955, U)
New series 1/10. Carol Klein follows gardeners hoping to get gardens accepted into the National Gardens Scheme.
In Windsor, Paul Martin takes a polo lesson.
Atlantic rowers Rachel Smith and Lin Griesel cook off.
The quiz show champions take on more general knowledge amateurs. Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
Take on the quiz show champs with the Eggheads quiz: p
New series Claudia Winkleman returns with all the gossip and secrets from the dancefloor. Bill Turnbull and judge Craig Revel Horwood analyse Saturday's curtain-raiser while Claudia consoles the first couple to be knocked out of this year's competition.
Producers Ros Coward. Cam de la Huerta and Kalpna Patel Behind the scenes: page 8
de la Huerta
3/8; series three. The Rev Chris Musser is horrified by what she sees on the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand. Meanwhile, Alison and her boyfriend Matt prepare to be ordained priests.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Exec producer Paul Sommers
3/10. It's Giancarlo and Katie's wedding day, but there is a major family row brewing over the cake, the wrong band has turned up and the bride gets lost. Director Nick Bamford ; Producer Adam Alexander
(Revised repeat) www.bbc.co.uk/food
5/8. Bill Oddie , Kate Humble and Simon King provide an update on how the fighting deer, seal pups, migrating geese and the rest of the animal characters have been faring over the weekend. Continues at the same time tomorrow.
Series producer Tim Scoones ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch Simon King 's big break: 41
3/3. Rudolf Hess. After his bizarre flight to Scotland in 1941 to offer peace to Britain, Hitler's deputy
Rudolf Hess was declared insane by the Fuhrer. At
Nuremberg, Hess's fitness for trial was at the centre of his case, as he claimed not to remember his Nazi past and was seemingly suffering from paranoid delusions. Narrated by Matthew Macfadyen.
Writer/Director Michael Wadding ; Producer Detlef Siebert
The Money Programme investigates airlines accused of ripping off consumers in a price-fixing scandal. Just why did British Airways' old enemy Virgin allegedly shop them to the competition authorities? With Rajan Datar.
(Another edition on Friday at 7pm)
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
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New series 1/10. Oscar-winner Julian Fellowes hosts a comedy panel show about language. Carol Thatcher , Ned Sherrin , Janet Street-Porter and David Aaronovitch are this week's guests celebrating the quirks of our mother tongue.
Series producer Jo Street Another episode on Wednesday at 11pm on BBC4
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1.00 Talk Italian Crash course, filmed in Bologna and Tuscany. With in-vision subtitles. 76768 2.30 Italy
Inside Out Guide to Italian travel, people and culture. 259768 5.00 Italian Journey: Part Two Travel and culture guide. In Italian with Italian subtitles.