Jelly finds an eye on a stick.
Then Tweenies Songtime
Children face unique challenges.
Digital satellite and cable viewers press red for short films on children doing something different
Charley falls under a girl's spell.
A Nasa space shuttle mission is jeopardised. (R) (S)
Corneil creates his own cologne. (R) (S)
Herman buys ten acres of land in the desert. (BW)
Speculative insight into the future of Antarctica.
The pals rally round when Benny swallows a diamond.
Business news presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
A look at the sticking power of geckos' feet. (Revised rpt)
War breaks out among the spoonbills. (Revised rpt)
Establishing a dog kennel business in Spain. (RXS)
A Dartford couple plan to buy a property in Devon.
With celebrity chefs Paul Rankin and Phil Vickery.
7/10. A sea otter has a lucky break after surviving a shark attack, while a cougar is on the loose in the 7 hills above Los Angeles. Meanwhile, Kate Humble discovers how a dolphin's heart rate is tested. (5)
How to Feed Your Kids. Jan Ravens explores how to widen children's culinary horizons, and explodes myths about what youngsters should and shouldn't eat.
Director/Producer Gideon Bradshaw
7/8. Kings Lynn to Felixstowe. Neil Oliver uncovers the abandoned site of an experimental radar that was supposed to monitor the Soviet Union during the Cold War. Alice Roberts turns artist as she tries to capture the beauty of Southwold and Mark Horton investigates the perilous state of some of our seaside piers. Producer William Lyons ; Series producer Steve Evanson
Repeated next Saturday, with a signed repeat tomorrow at
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1/2. As part of the BBC's India and Pakistan 07 season, former Apprentice contestant Saira Khan takes a fascinating journey from Karachi to her family's home town in Kashmir. Along the way she meets a top female TV star, seeks out a transvestite community that traces its ancestors back to the Moghal empire and talks her way onto the boat-homes of the Mohanas, aquatic nomads who live among the reed beds of a great lake.
Director/Producer David Hickman India and Pakistan 07: Crossing the Border is at 9.30pm on Radio 4 while Ganges is on BBC2 on Friday at 9pm
I 6/6; series two. Here I Am. As the series draws to a close, Lizzie decides she has had enough of a life spent waiting, prompting Davina to assess how far she has moved forward.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick RT DIRECT: order Sensitive Skin series one DVD for just £19.99 incl p&p. Call [number removed] (landline calls cost a maximum of 8p per min); or send a cheque payable to BBC Shop to: [address removed]; or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed]at the checkout
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather <s)
Classic spy thriller. In the first of a Michael Caine double bill in the British Films season, intelligence agent Harry Palmer is plunged into the treacherous world of counter espionage as he uncovers a sinister "brain drain" among leading scientists. Based on the classic Len Deighton novel. Review page 42.
Director Sidney J Furie (1965, PG) The Truth about Len Deighton is on BBC4 at 1.05am
Crime drama starring Michael Caine.
Murder makes a writer turn detective while writing the memoirs of a fading Hollywood star. Review page 42.
Director Michael Hodges (1972, 12) The British Films season continues with Odd Man Out tomorrow at 11.35am