Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The duo play snakes and ladders.
Fun-packed magazine with Barney Harwood and Kirsten O'Brien.
12/12. Guests the Proclaimers and James Redmond join in the fun delving into the classic TV archives and enjoying a Sunday lunch served up by Simon Rimmer. Series producer Catherine Mann ;
Executive producers Henrietta Conrad.
Sebastian Scott , Tania Fallon
Another wolf cub goes missing from wolf wood and Trevor the ostrich is on guard duty to stop his eggs going astray.
The Spanish Grand Prix. Live coverage of the second round of the season in Jerez, where surprise championship leader Casey Stoner is aiming for his second consecutive win.
Producer Belinda Rogerson
Digital viewers can access post-race analysis and interviews 2.00-2.30pm
The weekend's action from the world championships in Mombasa, Kenya, where
E:150,000 is on offer in the men's 12k and women's 8k races.
Exec producer Martin Webster Also online at www.bbcxo.uk/sport (UK only)
A look back at last week's world championships in Tokyo.
Producer Julie Griffiths Also online at www.bbcco.uk/sport (UK only)
Highlights from the opening day of the world championships at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, including the finals of the women's 400m freestyle and the men's
Digital viewers can access live coverage from Melbourne 10.00am-12 noon
The swamp cats of the Okavango Delta in Botswana, seen from the point of view of a lion cub as it tries to cope with a flood.
Shown last Saturday
5/13; series two. There's No Place like Home
Mozart's pregnancy forces her to seek support from the Whiskers clan or risk losing the pups.
6.35 6/13. When Flower Met Hannibal. Flower and the pups get into a vicious fight. Bill Nighy narrates. First shown on Animal Planet Rptd next Saturday
As part of the BBC's Abolition of Slavery season, Niomi McLean-Daley , aka R&B star Ms Dynamite , visits Jamaica to investigate the story behind the island's inspirational national figure, Nanny of the Maroons. She uncovers a tale of an extraordinary woman who led a group of ex-slaves, the Maroons, in secret communities in the mountains from where they conducted a guerrilla war against the British. Director Krishna Govender : Producer Lizzie White www.bbc.co.uk/abolition This World: Child Slavery with Rageh Omaar is at 9pm tomorrow, and Trade Roots is on Radio 4 at 11am tomorrow
Screeching tyres, exploding cars, racing tractors, perhaps an enraged redneck or two: strap yourself in for highlights from the last series.
Series producer Pat Doyle ; Exec producer Andy Wilman
3/3. We Will Force You to Be Free. Adam Curtis examines the consequences of the attempts of Tony Blair and the Americans to enforce their version of liberty around the world, from Russia to Iraq. Their approach, he argues, was based on the assumption that their intervention would a inspire a new form of democracy and order to arise. Instead it ended up creating authoritarian nationalism in the former Soviet Union and anti-democratic Islamism in Iraq.
Director Adam Curtis ; Producer Lucy Kelsall
5/5. Sir Melvyn Bragg looks at how language first evolved with the arrival of the Wordbringer in the Stone Age. But his words brought discord and violence. The Making of Kombat Opera Presents is at 12.55am.
Writers Richard Thomas and Stewart Lee ; Directors Terry Jones and Peter Orton ; Producer Stephen Abrahams
Sir Melvyn Bragg:
Crazy Axe Man:
5/13. loan Gruffudd guests on the extended, uncut version of last Thursday's show. (Revised Rpt)
Satirical comedy from the director of Clerks. Jay and Silent Bob are incensed when they hear their likenesses are to feature in a film. Review page 46. Director Kevin Smith (2001, 18) This week's premieres: page 41
of John Thomson , Terry Jones and composer Richard Thomas look back at the production of the musical satires.
Director/Producer Andy Frith
Peter lands a place on the New England Patriots team.
Quagmire proposes to Peter's housemaid. First shown on BBC3.
Comedy starring Eddie Griffin, Anthony Anderson and Michael Imperioli. Three friends fret when their girls fall pregnant. Review p46. Director Cheryl Dunye (2003,12)