Marv's little brother Morton proves to be a shy playmate for Lola.
Pete and Nat do a supermarket dance.
The gang learns all about bats.
Flowers cause Ripple to nod off.
A bird that can break the speed limit without flying.
Ely decides to base his Halloween presentation on zombies.
Fearne Cotton and Reggie Yates check out US summer camps.
Timmy tries to make Mark Chang feel at home.
Ren promises to get Louis a job.
Followed by Raven (Revised rpt)
Ben Fogle plays mother to two orphaned rhino calves.
Herman spends his nights working as a private detective. (BW)
Adrian Chiles presents the top stories from the City. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Revisiting historical landmarks.
Period drama set in Hawaii, starring Chariton Heston. When his grandfather dies and his cousin Micah Hale takes over the family business, Whip Hoxworth sets up his own plantation and is determined to make his fortune on the islands. Review page 53. Director Tom Gries (1970)
A visit to the 900-year-old gardens at Rockingham Castle.
The people of Portsmouth have their treasures valued.
Mind-control expert Drew
McAndrew and escapologist Tom Lyon guest in a special
Sudoku and general knowledge quiz.
Patrick Swayze joins Claudia Winkleman to give his verdict on this year's crop of celebrities.
Is missing US union boss Jimmy Hoffa really buried in New Jersey? Can a jet plane blow a taxi off the road? And what is the world's most venomous spider? Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage investigate.
Orkney Islands. Bill makes a first visit to the Orkney Islands, off the north coast of Scotland, in search of our best coastal wildlife. He gets a close-up view of seal pups, revels in the flight of the British albatross and is overwhelmed by the sight and sound of 50,000 sea birds on the cliffs at Marwick Head.
Producer Hugh Pearson ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
New series 1/7. Chef Heston Blumenthal applies his unique "molecular gastronomy" to revolutionise the nation's favourite dishes. Heston analyses every ingredient, to reinvent the way we cook in the 21st century - so the recipes can be attempted at home with minimum fuss but maximum taste. First up are British classics bangers and mash, and treacle tart. Producer Andrew Fettis : Series producer Michael Massey Banger to rights: page 32
3/8. "Horticultural therapists" Amanda Brooks and Andre Smith take on the garden of Sheila Kennedy. She moved to West Drayton in west London to look after her father when he suffered a stroke. Since then, she has been his full-time carer. As Sheila's horizons are limited, Andre and Amanda want her garden to have colour, vitality and a sense of travel. Director Zazie Mackintosh ; Producer Claire Hobday Alan Titchmarsh 's tips: p32; Free gardening books offer p
5/8. The Great Robot Race. There's$2 million at stake, as 20 robot cars race across the Nevada desert. With no drivers or remote controls, the cars are on their own. Horizon follows the engineers' successes and failures as they develop the vehicles. If any complete the course, they will have solved many of the most difficult problems in robotics. Producer Mickey Lachman ; Editor Andrew Cohen
www.bbc.co.uk/horizon Machine Men is at 11.20pm
5/6. Iran Kidney Sale. In Iran the buying and selling of kidneys is regulated by the state, which claims to have eliminated waiting lists for people on dialysis. But if you don't have the money, there is no list to get on. This World filmed inside one of Iran's kidney donor clinics where the poor and desperate come to sell an organ in the hope of funding a better life. Director Nima Sarvestani ; Producer Malla Grapengiesser
With Gavin Esler.
From Doctor Who to The Six Million Dollar Man, the role of robotics is celebrated by Time Shift.
Director Tom Cholmondeley ; Series producer John Das
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