Carter uses a new secret weapon to capture Tom in Greece.
A novel's ending is leaked to the press.
Ethelbert finds a group of iguanas.
Mr Tumble has a jack-in-the-box.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Icarus Factor. Riker is offered a promotion to captain. (S The original Star Trek is on Friday at 1am
Viewing some rare plants on the Norfolk Broads.
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions with Andrew Neil.
A mother and daughter arrive in the Indian state of Kerala to find a dream holiday home.
A sleek, contemporary courtyard with an industrial feel.
A couple who are looking for a family home on the Kent-East
Adam Partridge and James Lewis offer advice on antiques found in the Lake District. (5)
Chefs Gino D'Acampo and Alex Mackay race to complete meals in 20 minutes. (5)
The celebrities count the reserve's hippos as rangers are worried that the numbers are falling because of the drought. Brooke Kinsella gets enthusiastic about antelopes with instructor Graeme. <s)
Today's victorious trio will go on to cook a two-course meal in the professional kitchen at the exclusive Mandarin Oriental in London.
2/6. In a series of miraculous firsts,
Jeremy Clarkson makes a public information film, James May drives quickly, and all three hosts get thrown off a golf course in a riot of bad driving and terrible trousers. Plus, comedian and actor Simon Pegg is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm and repeated again next Saturday on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/topgear
1/6. A bunch of brave innovators try to persuade five multimillionaires to invest in their ideas, but are they more likely to get a scorching when they pitch their products in the Den? Among the "innovations" under scrutiny tonight are a right-hand glove to aid safe driving abroad, a lemon slicing device for pubs, walk-in stress relief shops, streetwise puppets to teach teenagers and a woollie warmer for new-born lambs.
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PICK OF THE DAY DRAGONS' DEN The fire-breathers prepare to reduce more poorly thought-out business plans to toast
Dragons' Den 8.00pm BBC2
ITV now has a watery imitation of Dragons' Den where Richard Madeley says things like "Well done, baby" to contestants if they manage to talk a panel of millionaires out of cash. Hard to imagine that kind of language here: as series four of the addictive business show starts, the Dragons are the same grouchy gang of bullies we've grown to love, or at least respect.
Peter Jones still glares at the wannabes who pitch for investment money as if they'd just spat at his mum; Duncan Bannatyne looks like he wants to ask them outside to settle it like men; Deborah Meaden purses her lips like a disappointed schoolmarm; and the Australian one with the floppy fringe tries to keep up. Star of the show, though, is Theo Paphitis: not since Sean Connery has one left eyebrow said so much without words. David Butcher Den of equity: page 14
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2/8. A jealous Sophie spreads malicious gossip about Scott when he starts to get close to Ashika, while George Morgan fails to see the funny side after a selection of exaggerated tales concerning his upbringing start to circulate.
Party Animals 9.00pm BBC2
The everyday story of political folk and their love lives continues with lobbyist Scott reeling from the traumatic events of last week, while Ashika turns on the froideur with her MP lover James: it's a sulk that even a pot of heather honey can't soften. Meanwhile, junior minister Jo (a deliciously dry performance from Raquel Cassidy) has a freedom-of-speech row over a film that's being shot in her constituency that features sex at a mosque.
The drama is still sharp, convincing and full of cheeky details: new-Tory James's office is decorated with a semi-ironic print of Margaret Thatcher; his old-Tory enemy George says "racialist" when he means racist; and, best of all, Labour MP Jo refers in passing to "Clem" keeping her awake with his teething: of course a Labour minister would name a child after Clement Attlee! DB
2/6. Host Simon Amstell and team captains Bill Bailey and Phill Jupitus are joined by actor Philip Olivier , The Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding, Alfie Jackson from the Holloways and Towers of London frontman and Big Brother escapee Donny Tourette. Director John Spencer ; Producer Lucy Clarke
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Andrew Graham-Dixon charts the rise of home-grown artists. He discusses their public image in the early 18th-century, when they were seen as destitute and incompetent, and the breakthroughs that finally made them a success and changed their lives for ever. Director/Producer John Hay
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Revisewise Challenge at School - Art
4.00 Expressive Arts: the Art Investigating art.