Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Upsy Daisy rides in the Ninky Nonk.
Fun for youngsters with the wise elephant.
Polluto tries to trick Tommy.
One viewer takes a ventriloquist challenge and has to perform in front of 2,000 people.
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Double bill of animated fun.
Family drama. Texas. 1869: a stray yellow hunting dog is adopted by a farming family and proves its worth on the farm while the father is away. But one day a cowboy arrives claiming the dog belongs to him.
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Director Robert Stevenson (1957, The Underdog Show is at 8pm Followed by Coast
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Lord Bath becomes a rhino keeper for the day.
Nick Page helps a Hampstead family look for their dream home in East Sussex. (RXS)
Celebrity panellists identify the homes of the famous.
The experts yalue antiques in Newcastle, while Paul Martin meets local miner-turned-arist
Chefs Nick Nairn and Paul Rankin cross spatulas.
Amateurs take on the general-knowledge goliaths.
The culinary cook-off between Galton Blackiston and Sat Bains in the Central region heat continues, as both chefs aim to impress the judges with their fish course and earn the chance to cook for the British Ambassador to France. But will Galton's wild sea bass with a brown shrimp sauce tickle the judges' palate, or will Sat's lemon sole with oyster sauce steal the limelight? Jennie Bond presents. 64 BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the May issue has mix-and-match recipes from some of the series' chefs. On sale 27 March, priced E2.99
1/12. The business-based reality show returns for a third series, as a plucky group of aspiring tycoons face a gruelling 12-week job interview with Sir Alan Sugar. Only one will win a six-figure-salaried job, while the others will one by one face the humiliation of hearing the famous catchphrase, "You're fired!". Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
3/6. The remaining celebrities and their dogs set out to impress the judges with their skills. Presented by Julian Clary and his canine companion Valerie.
The results of tonight's contest can be seen at 10pm. Series producer Denis O'Connor The Underdog Show on CBBC is at 9am on Thursday
4/9. Mad but Glad. Examining award-winning pianist Nick van Bloss 's life with Tourette's, and how the symptoms of his illness disappeared when he channelled his energy into playing the instrument.
But was his illness the real cause of his success? This programme speaks with scientists who believe that genius can be traced to a person's chemistry, and attempts to determine whether Nick's brain patterns dictate the unique way in which he views the world. Producer Nikki Stockley : Series editor Andrew Cohen
Red deer in the New Forest clash antlers in an epic fight for control of the females. Producer Robert Yeoman ; Series producer Wendy Darke
The three judges and the viewers choose the third pair to leave the competition, with the outgoing dog going up for adoption in a viewer's home.
Series producer Denis O'Connor
Round-up of the day's events, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Film-maker Margy Kinmouth explores how to succeed in the fashion industry. She takes in Paris, New York and Los Angeles and interviews stylish millionaires and world-famous designers to find out what it takes to be a part of its most exclusive areas. Director/Producer Margy Kinmouth
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision School History Project Covering two of the more popular courses on the GCSE Schools History Project, Medicine through Time and The American West 320134.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Art
Revision programme for pupils studying GCSE Art