Jelly starts exercising.
Followed by Fimbly Songtime
This week's round winners compete.
Breakdancers take inspiration from fish.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Mr Tumble tries to sleep.
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10.30 Maths Channel (ages 5-7)
10.40 Maths Channel (ages 5-7)
10.50 Watch (ages 5-7)
11.05 Tales of Europe (ages 7-9)
11.20 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
11.40 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
Parliamentary report with discussions and interviews.
The team answers your questions on investments. Presented by Gillian Lacey -Solymar and Rachel Home
Editor Tracey Hobos
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Coverage of the second round of the PGA Championship at
Wentworth. Seven of the top 15 players in the official world golf ranking are here led by South
Africa's Ernie Els ranked fifth plus Henrik Stenson , Vijay Singh ,
Retief Goosen , Luke Donald ,
Padraig Harrington and England s
Paul Casey. Presented by Gary Lineker.
Radio coverage in Five Live Sport at 730pm
Digital viewers can view live
11am to 1.30pm via the red button
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The culinary combat reaches its climax as the winning dishes representing British food at the Ambassador's banquet in Paris are revealed. Rptd tomorrow BBCl
As confectioner Cadbury prepares to launch its first chewing gum in Britain, a market dominated by Wrigley, Libby Potter of The Money Programme examines who might win this worldwide battle.
Producer Charles Miller ; Editor Clive Edwards
6/10. Spring has finally sprung on Exmoor but Johnny is worried about what the future holds for his three-legged pet deer Bambi who he rescued 12 years ago. Series producer Wendy McLean
Aian Titchmarsh and the team present coverage of "People's Day" and answer viewers' questions. Plus they look ahead to tomorrow's big sell-off. (HD)
Digital viewers can watch tours of five show gardens, and satellite and cable viewers can also watch Carol Klein 's and Chris Beardshaw 's personal tours, and watch the main programme again
In 1943 Noor Inayat Khan became the first woman wireless operator to be sent into France. It was the most dangerous job in the secret service. The daughter of an Indian mystic she was a curious choice for a secret agent. But London was desperate. They had a traitor in their midst and she would become their vital link with Nazi-occupied Paris. Betrayed, captured and tortured, Noor revealed nothing of her employers before she was executed.
Director/Producer John Hayes-Fisher
The spectacle of more than 50,000 barnacle geese flying out of stormy Atlantic skies to spend winter on the Scottish island of Islay.
3/8; series two. Euphemisms - the Lace Curtain of Language. Arthur Smith discovers there's a royal reason why we go to the "loo", and the former secretary of state for defence Michael Portillo finds out when that job title changed from minister for war. Director/Producer Martina Hall Repeated next Monday
Guests Mark Kermode , John Harris and Julie Myerson join Kirsty Wark for a special programme from the renowned Cannes Film Festival.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
4/6. Bloc Party join Jools to perform tracks from their latest release A Weekend in the City. Also on the bill are LCD Soundsystem, Wilco and Joan Armatrading showcasing her Into the Blues album. Director Janet Fraser Crook: Series producer Alison Howe
Horror starring Jay Underwood and Michael Harris. A homicidal madman known as the Sandman seeks revenge on a man who was rescued by police from his grasp. Review page 55.
Director Turi Meyer (1995,18)
The Ultimate Computer
The Enterprise is selected to test a new computer.
3.10 Bread and Circuses
Kirk and the crew discover a civilisation similar to ancient Rome. (S)
College. Malcolm tours his college.