The gang play against a team of bears.
Yvon finds a baby mammoth.
Scoop looks for someone to take over Wendy's job at the yard.
Max tries to make a video of the gang.
A tour of a sensory garden.
Animated adventure. Three chipmunks fall foul of a mad scientist and his menacing monster. Review pages 63-97. Director Kathi Castillo (1999, U)
The boys are taken hostage by Francis's delinquent friends.
12.05 PM Future Malcolm
Malcolm meets a boring older version of himself. (R) (S)
Experts answer viewers' questions. Presented by Adam Shaw and Paddy O'Connell.
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Tear-jerking drama starring Bill - Travers and Virginia McKenna , based on the novel by Gavin Maxwell. Review pages 63-97. Director Jack Couffer (1969, U)
A Notting Hill couple search for a house in Dorset.
David Barby and Adam Partridge examine collectibles at the Bedford Corn Exchange. <R)
As the series concludes, Ben Fogle and Kate Humble discover what happens if a vehicle breaks down in the tiger enclosure. Meanwhile, staff keep their fingers crossed for a possible romance between otters Romeo and Rosie. (Revised rpt)
Exmoor grave digger Johnny Kingdom travels beyond the Arctic Circle to Finnish Lapland in search of a deer he knows nothing about, the reindeer. Director/Producer Wendy McLean
Shown Friday 29 on BBC2
A behind-the-scenes look at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in its heritage year. The series looks at the Gardens' history as it recreates its appearance from more than three centuries ago, including George IV's exotic menagerie. There's also a focus on the scientific work the Gardens is famous for - from preserving the most famous collection of plants and seeds in the world to assisting police in their bid to pinpoint the origins of exotic plants found with murder victims. Plus a focus on the work staff undertake abroad as they try to save endangered plants and identify new species. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh.
A New Year at Kew
You have to love the staff at the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. They get so excited about their work. There's Dave, for instance, who's inordinately proud of his steaming piles of compost, while mycologist Peter beams as he refers to a dried-out bit of rare mushroom he's been sent as "the sort of fungus you dream about finding".
It's this combination of characters and horticulture that makes this observational series so endearing. The highlight of tonight's first film, however, is the lowering of the blinds in the new Alpine House - one of the most beautiful sequences imaginable. Jane Rackham
New series 1/6. Horticulturist Carol Klein reveals that, with a little patience, anyone can grow organic vegetables at home. The Gardeners' World veteran provides some handy hints from her north Devon garden and also follows a family who try to transform their suburban back garden into a thriving plot.
Series producer Juliet Glaves ; Exec producer Sarah Moors
The Hunt for U864. The fascinating story of how, in February 1945, HMS Venturer hunted down and sank
- the U-boat U864 - a sub on a deadly secret mission.
This documentary uses eyewitness accounts, archive material, and a dive into the Baltic's frozen waters to bring the full story of the boat's last hours to life. Producer Marc Brasse ; Editor John Farren
The shoreline of the UK. (Revised rpt)
New series 1/6. Host Paul Merton invites his first guest, Cilla Black, to reveal her pet hates. Among the - items and people she hopes to send to the Orwellian equivalent of hell are weather girls and ladies' loos.
With Martha Kearney.
Manish Bhasin introduces highlights of the fourth and penultimate day of the Fifth Ashes Test between
Australia and England at the SCG in Sydney. Can Kevin Pietersen re-create his 2006 Fifth Test glory and help lead England to victory? Highlights of the final day's play can be seen at 11.00pm tomorrow. J Digital viewers can access further highlights from day four of the Fifth Test from 10pm to 12 midnight by pressing the red button. and from midnight to 7.15am they can access live commentary of the final day's play from Five Live Sports Extra, plus detailed statistics
A stellar line-up joins Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra to give 2007 a melodious welcome. Shown on New Year's Eve at 10.50pm on BBC2
Horror based on the story by Edgar Allan Poe starring Vincent Price. Review pages 63-97.
Director Roger Corman (1964, 12)