Finding out about festivals. (S)
Followed by Roar (Revised rpt)
CBeebies celebrates Australia Day.
Alice falls off her scooter.
Learning about the weather.
Holly Aird reads Jeanette Winterson's The King of Capri.
Holly Aird Author: Jeanette
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.50 Words and Pictures
11.40 Around Scotland
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
As the deadline for self-assessment tax returns approaches, expert John Whiting answers viewers' queries. Editor Tracey Hobbs CONTACT: email working.lunch®bbc.co.uk or visit www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Live coverage of the third men's singles quarter-final in the world indoor championships. Also online at www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only) Digital viewers can access extended coverage between 3.00 and 6.00pm
Teamwork game show presented by Adrian Chiles.
Paul Martin tries his hand at hedge laying. (Revised rpt)
Guest Alex Mackay battles it out with regular Nick Nairn.
The dream of staying in Africa comes to an end for one celebrity as the two weakest rookie rangers go head to head. See Monday's choice.
The four best cooks from the week's heats face three high-pressure tests before one is named a semi-finalist. See Monday's choice.
it's James Herriot country and home to all manner of creatures, including the iconic curlew and rare surprises like sea lampreys and peregrine falcons.
But Yorkshire's Wensleydale is also the keeper of an ancient British cheese recipe.
Producer Mark Flowers ; Executive producer Vyv Simson
Postponed from 17 December
2/6. I've Actually Got to Make This Pay. Jimmy puts his company on the brink of bankruptcy after he agrees to impossible demands with his accountant and sees his overheads shoot up to E750,000 a year. Series producer Henry Wilks ; Exec producer Philip Dolling
4/10. It's late spring, and the staff are grappling with some new and unusual residents - wallabies, brought in to re-create George Ill 's 18th-century royal menagerie. It's part of a heritage festival, celebrating the plants, the buildings, the men and women who have made Kew such a valuable place. Producer Tom Sheahan ; Series producer Deborah Perkin
4/6. Carol Klein looks at the brassicas - cabbages, caulis and kale - and clambers up the cliffs in search of the ancestors of the modern cabbage. Meanwhile, first-time grower Louise finds her veg under attack. Series producer Juliet Glaves ; Executive producer Sarah Moors Repeated next Monday Alan Titchmarsh 's gardening tips: page 30
RT 4/6. A stone barrier 74-miles long, and up to 15ft high and 10ft thick, for 300 years Hadrian's Wall stood as CHOICE the Roman Empire's most imposing frontier. Almost
2,000 years after it was built, the wall is providing a window into the human past. Archaeologists have properly excavated less than one per cent of it, but they have unearthed extraordinary findings. Julian Richards journeys back in time to unlock its secrets. Director/Producer James Hayes
Nicholas Crane embarks on a guest to climb
Blackcombe in the Lake District. (Revised rpt)
4/6. Mark Steel has a bee in his bonnet about Ben Elton , Bono and any politician who likes Scissor Sisters.
Will Paul Merton consign any to Orwellian oblivion? Director Geraldine Dowd ; Series producer Chris Curley
Repeated next Saturday Paul Merton 's Silent Clowns is on BBC4 at 10.30pm
With Kirsty Wark.
A discussion of the week's cultural highlights.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Highlights from the seventh match of the Tri-Nations series at the Adelaide Oval between Australia and England. Introduced by Rishi Persad. Digital viewers can watch extended highlights between 9.55pm and 12 midnight
Today's three men's singles quarter-finals in the world championships.