Two children from Liverpool compete.
The pals find they can create new colours by mixing paints together. (R) (S)
The gang await the baby's arrival.
Justin has been to the shops.
Number fours are going missing.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
Pete and Nat learn a football dance. (R) (S)
Australia to Cambodia. Erotic cave paintings and Sydney Harbour in Australia, Angkor Wat and Angkor Thorn in Cambodia, and a golden elephant in Thailand, all entrance Dan Cruickshank.
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Juliet Morris and Nigel Leek help a mother and daughter search for an investment property in the Egyptian city of Alexandria.
Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw present financial news.
Second-round highlights from day four at the Lakeside. Also online at www.bbc.co.ukAport (UK only) 0 Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from Frimley Green between 6pm and the end of play
Chefs Gino D'Acampo and Tony Tobin go head-to-head.
Live coverage of the latest second-round match from this year's championships, as players compete over the best-of-seven sets at the Lakeside Country Club in Frimley Green. Respective England and Scotland captains Martin Adams and Mike Veitch were involved in last-set deciders against
Martin Atkins and Stephen Roberts at this stage last year, but their vast experience helped pull them through - and both players are expected to be in action once again here. Presented by Ray Stubbs. Commentary by David Croft , Tony Green and John Part. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
0 Digital viewers can watch uninterrupted live coverage from
Frimley Green between 6pm and the end of play
2/2. West of Scotland - Dover. Nicholas Crane looks back at memorable moments during the team's journey from the west of Scotland to Dover, including finding out about Christianity's origins on the island of Lindisfarne, the story of one of the Royal Navy's worst tragedies, the future of the fish finger and how Britain became an island.
Series producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney
2/5. The survival expert explores what our Stone
Age ancestors would have eaten if they had lived on the British coastline - and discovers a fruit with more vitamin C than oranges. Combining archaeological findings with his own knowledge of the hunter/gatherer lifestyle, he also finds a plant with more carbohydrates than potatoes and explains how to recognise a good piece of flint.
Exec producer Ben Southwell Repeated at the weekend
3/3. Gerry Robinson is rapidly running out of time. His belief that any organisation big or small can be made to run well has been tested to the limit. With only weeks left to meet his target of reducing waiting lists at Rotherham General Hospital, Sir
Gerry struggles to convince the chief executive that his leadership on the shop floor can make a difference. See Monday's choice.
4/6. Circus of the Epidurals. Susan attends antenatal classes, but has a hard time convincing someone to go with her. Steve is haunted by his past and Sally seeks solace in a string quartet. Meanwhile, Jane and Oliver are determined to outdo each other.
Writer Steven Moffat ; Director Martin Dennis
Producer Sue Vertue
With Jeremy Paxman. (5)
Ray Stubbs introduces action from tonight's concluding second-round matches. (5)
Highlights of a second-round match bring day five of the World
Professional Darts championships to a close. (5)
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 PSHE: Turning Points Alcohol and Sex Education Relationship and sex education advice, and the dangers of alcohol misuse. 21343 4.00 PSHE Stopping
Distance. Drama looking at the events leading up to a gang rape and examining the aftermath.