Catch up with Caramoja, the rare baby Rothschild giraffe.
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A new girl starts at school.
Then LazyTown's Mini Workouts
Fun at the watermill with Mike and Jelly.
Dr Juno is so busy that she forgets to eat and has a dizzy spell.
Andrew the worm's cousin comes to visit.
A bean salad for identical twins.
Followed by Pingu
Adam Hart-Davis builds and tests some of ancient India's most extraordinary inventions. Producer Liz Tucker ; Series producer
Westminster news with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
8/10. Help for an inexperienced B&B owner in Shoreham.
Business update with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Nicholas Crane explores
UK shores. (Revised rpt)
Claustrophobic crime drama starring Charles McGraw and Marie Windsor. A detective is given the dangerous task of escorting a gangster's widow to LA to testify in front of the grand jury before she is silenced by the Mob. Review page 53. Director Richard Fleischer (1952, PG)
3/10. Carol Klein dispenses advice in Bristol and Glamorgan. <s)
Experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss visit Newcastle.
James Martin and Tony Tobin try to outdo one another. James Martin talks about his garden in November's Homes & Antiques magazine. On sale 4 October, priced E3.30
Enthusiastic amateurs take on the quiz show champions. Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
Dead Ringers star Jan Ravens is in the studio to give her impressions of the celebrities taking part in this year's contest. Plus an exclusive look behind the scenes of the Strictly Come Dancing title shoot. Presented by Claudia Winkleman. IS)
Responsible for life on Earth, our closest star can be explosively predictable. If we could harness the Sun's power output for a single second it would supply the world's demands for the next million years. Narrated by Andrew Lincoln.
Director Michael Lachmann ; Executive producer John Lynch The Sky at Night, on eclipses, is tomorrow at 12 midnight
7/8. Catch up on news from the ultimate live reality show for the autumn - nature in the raw, as it happens. With tips on wildlife gardening, places to see autumn wildlife and how you can help wildlife where you live with a Breathing Places grant from the Big Lottery Fund. Viewers can record their wildlife sightings as part of the Autumnwatch survey by logging on to www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
4/4. A Bad Character. Retelling the harrowing story of the death of a 16-year-old Manchester teenager. After witnessing a fight outside a pub following a 21st birthday party, Craig Rennie and Stephen Prince set off to walk home with friends around midnight. Shortly afterwards a car ploughed into the group, killing Craig outright and leaving
Stephen seriously injured and in a coma. The driver, Michael Ganson , was a local man involved in the fight the boys had witnessed. He admits hitting the boys, but despite a previous conviction for driving directly at a police officer, Michael claims this was an accident - he was on his mobile phone while driving. Director Steph Atkinson ; Series producer Lynn Barlow
4/8; series four. Cuggles. Janet and Gaz get much closer than they had ever intended. Meanwhile, Jonny and Kate find out how biscuits can improve your love life, and Louise applies for a lucrative new job.
Writer Susan Nickson ; Producer Stephen McCrum
Director Gareth Carrivick
Analysis of international news, with Kirsty Wark. www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight
13/18; series three. Teams Magna and Networth are set the task of creating a promotional brochure for car company Pontiac.
12.0014/18; series three. The two teams must design a new product that helps erase clutter for office supply company Staples.
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 World Physical Examples of the way our land and atmosphere behaves, focussing on earthquakes, glaciations, rivers, coasts and deserts.
4.00 A Picture of Britain David Dimbleby finds out how the British landscape has inspired artists through the centuries. 81367 5.00 Coast Highlights from the popular series, for KS3 and 4 Geography.