Jackson and Jelly play games.
Then Tweenies Songtime
The Tombliboos decide to ride in the Pinky Ponk. (R) (S)
Meeting children facing the biggest challenges of their lives.
Digital viewers can see short films on children doing something different
(9.15am-7.00pm on Freeview)
A haunted launderette. (R) (S)
Corneil worries about the future.
Greenback drops pyramids all over the world.
Benny goes to the zoo and makes a friend.
Eddie enters Herman in a rodeo contest, to the horror of the rest of the family. (BW)
Romantic drama starring Phyllis Calvert and Stewart Granger. Having suffered a traumatic experience as a girl, a reserved Italian wife develops a double life as a free-spirited gypsy.
Review page 44 (1944, U) (BW)
The British films season continues with Bad Timing at 11.20pm
Jonathan Meades explores Brighton Pavilion, the architectural legacy of George IV.
Catherine Gee helps a couple find a new home with a big garden in Berkshire.
Paul Rankin and James Martin duel in the kitchen.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble learn how to be guides at Longleat, keepers perform a caesarean section on a giraffe and a lion gives birth to cubs.
Architect Maxwell Hutchinson takes a look at the changes taking place in Leicester. Having suffered from a gradual decline in its prosperity, a Â£3 billion transformation is under way.
First shown on BBC1 East Midlands
Adam Hart Davis starts his investigation of the cosmos in California, visiting a huge new telescope whose sole purpose is to be ready to receive a message from outer space. He meets Dr Doug Vakoch of the Interstellar Messaging Composition Group who is working out what reply we should send, and finds out how far our ancient broadcasts have travelled.
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In the last journey of this series Neil Oliver recounts the ultimately tragic tale of the Victorian who first swam the channel, and Alice Roberts discovers how Jersey transformed itself from a Nazi stronghold during the war to a popular honeymoon destination.
Repeated next Saturday, with a signed repeat tomorrow at 12.35am on BBC1
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As part of the BBC's India and Pakistan 07 season The Apprentice contestant Saira Khan concludes her journey from Karachi to her family's home town in Kashmir. Characters she meets this week include the painter laureate of Lahore's red light district, the President and one of his opponents, former national cricket captain Imran Khan.
The India and Pakistan 07 season continues tomorrow with Q&A at 10.45am on Radio 4. while Ganges is on BBC2 on Friday at 9pm
The music quiz with soap queen Anne Charleston, Guillemots frontman Fyfe Dangerfield and Preston from the Ordinary Boys feeling the heat.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
Intense erotic drama starring Art Garfunkel, Theresa Russell and Harvey Keitel. Vienna: after American Milena Flaherty attempts suicide, Inspector Netusil begins questioning her lover, psychologist Alex Linden, and uncovers a passionate and destructive relationship.
Review page 44 (1980,18)
The British films season continues with The Pumpkin Eater tomorrow at 11.50pm
Series one. Michael puts his son in charge of the family's banana stand.
Series one. Ted throws a party.