Someone gets scared. (SL)
Followed by Tweenies Songtime
More young people are encouraged to try new activities.
Digital viewers press red to see a variety of short films on children doing something different
Barney has an escapology lesson from magician David Penn.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice is at 5pm on BBC1
The Pontipines go for a walk.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The elephant talks about tails. (R) (S)
A duck visits the cafe. (R) (S)
Western sequel starring Henry Fonda. Frank James seeks revenge when Bob and Charles Ford , the two men involved in his brother's murder, are granted a pardon. Review page 42.
Director Fritz Lang (1940, U)
Business news, presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
A pygmy goat faces a life-or-death operation. (Revised rpt)
Carol Klein visits a seaside garden that is being revived.
A visit to a fish restaurant on the Costa del Sol.
Collectables at the Bedford
Chefs Tony Tobin and Gino
D'Acampo compete. (RXS)
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Chris Packham visits Gilfach farm in Powys, Wales, to discover another of the UK's wildlife hotspots, while Mike Dilger examines wild orchids in Kent. Janet Sumner meets a Gloucestershire man who finds badgers for the area's tourists. (5)
Taking the consumer boom of the last ten years as her starting point, Libby Potter travels the world to show how businesses have been able to produce and sell goods for ever lower prices. She also asks whether, as the likes of China become more affluent, we can expect prices to keep on falling.
Producer Leo Telling; Exec producer Paul Woolwich
3/6. Body Fantastic. The presenter discovers the limits of his own body by experiencing high forces in a centrifuge, and examines how prosthetic limbs have changed the lives of disabled athletes. (5)
8.30 4/6. Take Cover! A look at the ideas that had the biggest influence over warfare in the last century by trying to hit a series of targets in a biplane and using infra-red cameras.
Producer Helen Thomas ; Series producer Aidan Laverty James May is in Oz & James's Big Wine Adventure tomorrow at 7pm
How to Be Sexy. Vic Reeves and Nancy Sorrell put their bodies on the line to discover just what effect food can have on our sex lives. Is the way to a person's heart really through the stomach? Can fruit and veg boost sperm quality? Does the smell of some foods turn men on? And just how might cheese help relieve pre-menstrual tension?
Producer Gideon Bradshaw ; Series producer Alice Harper
4/6; seriestwo. Forever Jung. Davina's son Orlando may have forgiven her for Al's death but, with his new, older girlfriend in tow, has he found a new way to Dunish Davina for her affair with a vounaer man?
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Presented by Gavin Esler. (5)
Followed by Weather
Reporter Michael Cockerell looks at what prime ministers got up to after they left Number Ten - including selling Cheshire cheese and declaring bankruptcy. He also tries to predict what Tony Blair has in store and how much he will be worth.
Producer Jeremy Monblat ; Executive producer Paul Woolwich
Shown last Tuesday on BBC4
2/13. Death's Kingdom
Mrs Druse holds a seance in a bid to contact the spirit haunting the lift shaft.
1.05 3/13. Goodbye Kiss. A prisoner and his girlfriend make a suicide pact. The next episode is on tomorrow at 12.50am.