Two Brighton pals compete to see whose home can yield up the most clutter.
(R) (S) Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)
A new paper round means mayhem for Pingu.
Pretending to be an animal. (R) (S)
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Look and Read: Spywatch: Spies All Around
10.50 Words and Pictures: Fun with Phonics: Programme 11
11.00 Look and Read: Spelling with the Spellits: Year 5/6
Double bill. (ages 9-11)
11.40 BBC Primary Geography: France: The Camargue
11.50 Focus: Difference and Discrimination: Programme 3
The first quarter-finals in the world indoor championships.
Highlights at 12.30am. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK onty) Digital viewers can access extended coverage between 3.00 and 6.00pm
Quiz with Adrian Chiles.
Paul Martin visits the childhood home of Lord Nelson and scours a Suffolk beach for amber.
Guest chef Garrey Dawson takes on Paul Rankin. IS)
The instructors nominate the two trainees who will go head to head in tomorrow's challenge, and Charlotte Uhlenbroek meets the reserve's newest addition - a baby elephant. See Monday's choice.
In the last of the heats before tomorrow's quarter-finals, six hopefuls have 40 minutes to invent a dish from scratch, using only the ingredients provided.
Three are then selected to work a shift in the frantic kitchen of London's pan-Asian Cocoon restaurant, before a two-course meal prepared for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace decides their fate.
See Monday's choice.
2/6. Lungs. The doctor uses shock tactics to get a woman to quit smoking, and analyses her own carbon monoxide intake to see if cycling through the city traffic does her more harm than good.
Shown on Tuesday at 8pm
3/6. Tonight's couple, Neil and Steph Drake from Luton, had a Â£100,000 mortgage to pay off but only 16 months to do it, having joined the experiment eight months late. There's no doubting their commitment, however, as Steph sets out to expand her dog-walking business and Neil ploughs on with his stressful job in the city while starting up a holiday rentals website. Have they done enough to meet the very tight deadline? Rene Carayol reveals all.
Director/Producer Paul Kittel
m 3/6. New England. The indefatigable wildlife
presenter continues his tour of America with a trip up the eastern seaboard from Massachusetts, where he has a surprisingly close encounter with a humpback whale, to the wilderness of Maine, where he seeks out the elusive and beguiling moose.
Series producer Nigel Pope ; Executive producer Fiona Pitcher
Repeated next Tuesday
3/6. How to Feed Your Kids. Dead Ringers star Jan Ravens explores how to widen children's culinary horizons, and explodes myths about what youngsters should and shouldn't eat.
Director/Producer Caroline Penry 'Davey
3/6. Russell Howard and Andy Parsons again join
Hugh Dennis and Frankie Boyle for the topical quiz. Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
Repeated next Saturday
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Profile of Iraqi pianist Samir Peter , following his relationship with his children and the impact the conflict has had on their lives.
Director Sean McAllister ; Series editor Nick Fraser
Action from the two remaining men's singles third-round ties and the first quarter-final in the world indoor championships at the Potters Leisure Resort in Norfolk. 0 Digital viewers can access live Radio Five Live statistics of the England v Australia one-day cricket international between 3.00am tonight and 11.00am tomorrow morning or watch live via www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 History - Timelines Democracy in the UK.
4.00 History - Timelines Britain's social history.