Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Small enters a competition.
The gang face a ghostly cat.
Games and famous guests, plus, episodes of The Secret Show, Prank Patrol and Fairly Odd Parents.
1/2. Ramon Woolfe 's journey to Nicaragua to report on the birth of a new sign language. Concludes next Saturday. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles.
Repeated on Tuesday at 1225am on BBC1 (Revised rpt)
Patrick Moore explores the secrets of the universe.
Shown last Sunday on BBC1
Will Smith talks about starring in the new comedy drama The Pursuit of Happyness.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
The RT Interview with Will Smith: page 18
Michelle the marmoset needs a caesarian. (Revised rpt)
Mr Monk Goes to a Fashion Show A designer commits murder, but his guilty behaviour is closely observed by Monk.
Elegant period drama starring Ralph Fiennes and Liv Tyler. St
Petersburg in the 1820s: a bored aristocrat leaves the city to live on a large country estate he has inherited, but soon his friendship with his neighbour is seriously jeopardised. Review page 49. Director Martha Fiennes (1999,12)
The second semi-final at the Lakeside Country Club. Also online at www.bbcco.uk£port (UK only) i Digital viewers can watch live coverage from 2.30pm until the end of play
A leading journalist reviews the week's press.
Archive performances by acts including Madness,
Dollar, Iggy Pop and Texas. Plus, new music by Simon Webbe and Damon Albarn 's latest project the Good, the Bad and the Queen. Steve Wright presents.
Executive producer Mark Hagen
2/5. Coast. Ray Mears explores what Stone Age people 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.
Shown last Wednesday
A romp through the history of the scouting movement in its centenary year as Neil Morrissey visits a modern-day scout camp, while
Ronnie Corbett , Bernard Cribbins , Stirling Moss and Duncan Bannatyne provide anecdotes of their experiences. Plus classic comedy excerpts from Spike Milligan , Little Britain and The Goodies.
Director/Producer Juliet Dwek
Bleak drama, from the director of Chocolat and The Cider House Rules, based on the bestselling novel by E Annie Proulx and starring Kevin Spacey and Julianne Moore. After the sudden death of his trailer-trash wife, unassuming nobody Quoyle moves to his ancestral home in a fishing village in Newfoundland with his daughter and finds a job writing a column for the local paper. As he becomes immersed in the lives of the people there, he establishes a special connection with a local single mother and widow. Wavev Prowse. Review page 49.
Director Lasse Hallstrom (2001, 15)
1/6. Dara O'Briain hosts the comedy quiz, with regulars Hugh Dennis and Frankie Boyle. Peep Show's David Mitchell , comedian and writer Andy Parsons and comics Russell Howard and Mark Watson guest. Shown last Thursday
2/6. David Blaine , personalised number plates and even his own appetite are comedian
Marcus Brigstocke 's targets for Orwellian oblivion. But will gatekeeper Paul Merton allow them through?
Shown last Friday
The first of a double bill celebrating the "hardest working man in showbusiness", who died on Christmas Day. This documentary looks at how
Brown was influential in the creation of funk music in the 1960s, and how his defiant, energy-driven groove quickly became synonymous with African-American identity in troubled times.
Producer Alastair Laurence ; Series producer William Naylor
Performance of jazz standards and soul classics by the late singer at the Roundhouse in Camden, London, backed by a 24-piece band and the London Community Gospel Choir. Producer Sarah Gaston