Milton has a scary encounter.
Louis and Twitty take on a challenge.
A new invention disappears.
The tiger meets some puffins.
Mr Tumble longs to be a parrot.
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10.30 Let's Write Poetry: the Big Slam
10.50 Around Scotland: Clearances: Tears in the Strath
11.10 Maths Challenge: TV Workout: Year 5
Double bill. (ages 9-10)
11.30 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales: As You Like It
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1.00 What? Where? When? Why?
1.15 Something Special
Kaddu the tiger fights for her life. (Revised rptXS)
Helping a family relocate from London to the Peak District. Director Toby Fricker
Producer Nina Bhagwat
Game show presented by Adrian Chiles.
Paul Martin visits Mount Stewart on Strangford Lough.
With chefs Brian Turner and Phil Vickery.
The instructors test the trainees' driving skills, while Charlotte Uhlenbroek meets two rescued lions. Series producer Paul Coueslant
Executive producer Nick Samwell-Smith
High-pressure tests await the constestants including cooking a dish from scratch, then it's off to work in the kitchens of a London Indian restaurant.
Director Daniel Fildes ; Series producer David Ambler BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: in the March issue Gregg Wallace picks his fruit and veg buys of the month and John Torode creates an easy Friday night menu for friends. On sale 2 February, E2.95
5/6. Salad Days. Carol Klein nurtures onions and leeks, and grows salad leaves without using a garden.
Shown last Friday
"I've started so I'll finish," became a catchphrase for the long-running Mastermind host who died earlier this year. The programme features previously unseen footage from Magnus's long television career in Iceland and the United Kingdom and personal recollections of his many other less well-known achievements.
Corpus Christi College, Oxford, take on the University of Edinburgh for a place in the next round. Director Tracey Rooney : Producer Irene Daniels
5/8. Father Guy has a difficult time convincing his family he's made the right decision in moving.
Producer Nigel Farrell ; Executive producer Paul Sommers A repeat of A Seaside Parish is on Tuesday at 12 midnight
4/5. Vanunu and the Bomb. Hidden in the desert in the Middle East is a nuclear bomb factory. The West helped build it and it belongs to Israel. One man tried to expose the truth, but he was up against one of the most feared intelligence services in the world.
Writer Mark Halliley ; Producer/Director Nat Sharman
Spy Stories is on BBC4 at 7pm on Tuesday BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: in the February issue series consultant Michael Goodman talks about the life of Klaus Fuchs. On sale 30 January, priced E3.60
5/6. The work of alleged miracle healer John of God. Director Danny Horan ; Series producer Rachel Bell
With Jeremy Paxman.
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A performance of Sonata IV from Hamburg.
Mankind's relationship with Earth's nearest star.
Director/Producer Michael Lachmann I Digital viewers can access Radio Five Live commentary and statistics of the England v New Zealand one-day cricket international between 3.00am and 11.00am or watch live via www.bbc.co.uk/sport (UK only)
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Suenos World Spanish An introduction to the language. With in-vision subtitles.