Tom The dinosaur helps villagers deal with a giant squid.
An athlete's shoes are stolen the day before a race.
Pinga forms a band with Grandfather and Pingu.
Mr Tumble arranges a party.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays (S)
The Royale. The crew is trapped in a strange land derived from a second-rate novel. The original Star Trek is on Friday at 12.15am
Scottish botanists who brought many plants to the UK. (RXS)
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions with Andrew Neil.
A Buckinghamshire couple seek a cheap retreat in Latvia.
Presented by Adam Shaw.
Revamping a garden in Dartmouth.
Catherine Gee comes to the aid of a Bristol family who want to buy a property in the Wye Valley for £330,000.
In Nottingham Paul Martin takes a trip back in time to the dark days of the workhouse.
Athlete Sophie Hancock asks
Brian Turner for help.
The celebrities wake up to the sight of lions surrounding their living quarters and then join the reserve's anti-poaching patrol.
Today's three best contestants learn the ropes at
Eyre Brothers restaurant in east London.
1/6. A fully-fit Richard Hammond returns to join fellow presenters Jeremy Clarkson and James May for a new run of the motor magazine which includes chilling footage of Hammond's 288mph jet car accident. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm
5/5. Woodland. There's no place Ray Mears likes better than woodland and our hunter/gatherer ancestors would have been just the same, making fruit leathers from hawthorn, feasting on wild boar and turning acorns and hazelnuts into calorific meals. Ray visits the site in Scotland where the biggest ever collection of Stone Age foods was found on his quest to discover what our ancestors used to eat.
Director/Producer Sally Thomson Repeated next Saturday
DRAMA OF THE WEEK
New series 1/8. The private and professional lives of a group of 20-somethings working in Westminster intertwine in this complex, intelligent drama. Labour MP Jo Porter is livid to find that her researcher
Danny left a crucial speech in a pub toilet, while Danny's brother Scott uses underhand tactics to win a new contract for his lobby firm.
Writer Ben Richards ; Producer Eleanor Greene
Director Brian Grant (HD) Power crazy: page 23; The Inside Story: page 90
Highlights, plus a preview of episode two.
New series 1/6. Alan Davies , Chris Peck , Matt Baker and Nerina Pallot join host Simon Amstell and team captains Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus for the quiz. Director John Spencer ; Producer Lucy Clarke
Repeated next Saturday Phill Jupitus on Dexys Midnight Runners, plus CD offer: p38
With Jeremy Paxman.
Clarissa Dickson Wright pays tribute to the influential 18th-century cookery writer.
Director/Producer Diene Petterie
The presenter explores the emergence of a new merchant class in 18th-century London.
Director/Producer John Mullen
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise at School - English 31772 4.00 A Picture of Britain 66826 5.00 Coast