The gang do their washing.
Then Tweenies Songtime
Nina investigates a smell.
Upsy Daisy sings into a megaphone.
Children face unique challenges.
Digital viewers can see short films on children doing something different 7.15am-7.00pm (from 9.15am on Freeview)
Series that turns children's ideas for inventions into reality.
Live coverage from day four of the meeting at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan. Six finals take place over the next few hours, with the first two - the women's pole vault and men's discus - both getting under way at 11.30. The women's long jump competition begins at 12.50, before the men's 3,000m steeplechase at
12.55, the women's 800m at
1.20 and the men's 400m hurdles at 2.20. Host Sue Barker is joined by Michael Johnson and Colin Jackson. igital viewers can watch highlights f the day's action 6.00-11.00am
Advertising executive Jules Hinds plans to swap her twobedroomed flat in Hampstead, north-west London, for a cottage in the Cotswolds.
Philip Serrell and Kate Bliss visit the Derbyshire spa town of Buxton to see what antiques the locals have brought along.
Culinary duel between Phil Vickery and Lesley Waters , with Eurovision Song Contest winners Cheryl Baker and Mike Nolan.
See yesterday's choice.
Game show in which contestants must deduce the identities of 12 strangers, who each have a hidden talent or claim to fame, to walk away with a cash jackpot
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Angela Hartnett challenges her team to cook roast rack of lamb with ratatouille.
Hazel Irvine is joined by Michael Johnson and Colin Jackson to review the fourth day of competition at the Nagai Stadium in Osaka, Japan. 0 Digital viewers can watch highlights of the day's action
4/6. Exploring the Cosmos. Adam Hart-Davis looks at the chance that a European could be the first person to step foot on Mars and what humans will do once there. Plus, the fate of Voyager, the most distant man-made object in space.
Director/Producer Louise V Say Z25 To receive a set of two free posters on the series, call
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3/8. Celia Fiennes 's Great Journey (1698). Nicholas Crane follows in the fascinating tracks of Celia Fiennes , who journeyed from London to the Scottish border on horseback.
Director/Producer Will Aspinall Rptd next Saturday RT DIRECT: To order the accompanying book for just £16.99 inci pSp, call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 8p per min) or visit www.bbcshop.com and enter [number removed] at the checkout
2/6; series three. Bruce Parry joins the Nenet reindeer herders on their annual winter migration across the frozen Siberian tundra. The journey covers several hundred miles and as temperatures drop to -40°C, mistakes can prove deadly.
Director/Producer Wayne Derrick Rptd next Saturday The Inside Story: page 80
2/6. The couple have their first lovers' tiff and Gavin is so beside himself with worry he drives all the way to Barry Island to make amends.
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones ; Director Christine Gernon ; Producer Ted Dowd
First shown on BBC3
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With Gavin Esler.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
Horror starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. A professor investigates a spate of murders where the - victims have been turned to stone. Review page 44
Director Terence Fisher (1964,15)
The British films season continues with Brazil tomorrow at 11.20pm Barry Norman on Peter Cushing : page 39
Tom Brook talks to
Michael Sheen and reviews the film Invasion.
18/22; series one. Missing
Kitty. Gob attempts a magic trick.
Marshall begins his new job at Barney's law firm.
Live coverage of the fifth day's action at the Nagai Stadium.
)igital viewers can press red to watch highlights of the day's iction tomorrow 6.00-11.00am