The pals discover their various talents.
Then CBeebies Birthdays
Spellbinder hypnotises Alfred.
Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien present more games, cartoons and interactive fun.
9/12. Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton welcome celebrity guests, watch classic TV clips from the archives and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
Series producer Catherine Mann ;
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad ,
Sebastian Scott and Tania Fallon <S) BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE:
Simon Rimmer shares recipes from the series in its April edition. On sale 2 March, priced F2.95
Chef Tyler Florence travels around Mexico, hoping to escape American ideas of its food and instead discover the true tastes of the nation's cuisine.
It's babies galore with wolf cubs, six sea lion pups, plus a complicated birth in the deer park. Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
Highlights of yesterday's Premiership clash between Leicester Tigers and Harlequins. With
Andrew Cotter and Brian Moore.
Live coverage of the final day of the European Indoor championships from Birmingham, where a total of 14 gold medals will be handed out. Among Britain's highlights should be Ashia Hansen in the women's triple jump final, and in the final of the men's 60m, there are high medal hopes in rising star Craig Pickering and the reigning European Indoor champion, Jason Gardener , who'll be going for his fourth straight title. <S) Also online at www.bbcco.uk/sport (UK only)
Three high-pressure tests stand between today's four quarter-finalists and a place in the semis. Shown last Friday
Andes - the Dragon's Back. A 3,000-mile journey across the Andes, focusing on South America's wildlife, including puma cubs, flamingos and the real-life inspiration for Paddington Bear.
Producer Mark Fletcher ; Series editor Tim Martin
13/13. Moving On. One of the pups disappears after a battle with a rival meerkat colony.
First shown on Animal Planet Rptd next Saturday
Clare Balding , Ben Fogle and Matt Baker are at
Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, to present a preview of the world's biggest annual dog show. Experts Peter Purves , Frank Kane and Jessica Holm offer their opinions on what the judges will be looking for. The competition starts on Thursday at 8.00pm.
Director/Producer Glenn Barton
6/6. Jeremy, Richard and James build their own stretched limos out of improbable cars and use them to take some top celebrities to the Brits. A good or boy Ford Mustang whoops around the test track and Billie Piper is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. Series producer Pat Doyle ; Executive producer Andy Wilman
4/4. The bombing of the Alfred P Murrah Federal
Building in Oklahoma City on 19 April 1995, was the biggest attack on American soil before 9/11. Despite the conviction of lone bomber Timothy McVeigh , many believe others were involved. This programme meets the conspiracy theorists who claim the US government had informants who actively encouraged the bombing, and interviews a leading FBI investigator who is calling for the case to be re-opened. Producers Ivan O'Mahoney and James Giles
Series producer Mike Rudin
2/5. A downtrodden Alabama wife finds domestic bliss when she swaps lives with the partner of a gay Philadelphian interior designer, while her counterpart faces Bible Belt homophobia.
Writer Richard Thomas; Producer Stephen Abrahams
Director Dominic Brigstocke
Gloria Winchester/Cynthia Posh:
Chester Winchester/Dan Poor:
Matthew Winchester/Cheerleader 1:
Francisca Gay/Dee Poor/ Teardrop:
Mark Winchester/Cheerleader 3:
John Winchester/Cheerleader 2/ Teenager:
San Gay/Marcus Posh:
Two local derbies take centre stage today with Bolton taking on Blackburn, and West Ham v Spurs. Producer James Irving ; Editor Mark Demuth
2/13. The talk-show host presents an uncut, extended edition of last Thursday's show. (Revised rpt)
Jungle Love. Chris runs away to South
America to avoid a school tradition.
12.30 PTV. Irate at the censoring of his favourite TV shows, Peter launches his own channel.
12.50 Brian Goes Back to College. Brian gets a job with prestigious magazine the New Yorker.
First shown on BBC3
Psychokinetic chiller starring Susan Penhaligon, Robert Helpmann and Robert Thompson.
Review page 46.
Director Richard Franklin (1978, 15)