A police officer drops in.
Then Tweenies Songtime (R) (S)
A wounded lioness is struggling to survive.
Then Ethelbert the Tiger (S)
The neurons learn to cook.
Bully Dex tries to spoil the fun.
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10.45 Friends and Heroes
Documentary profiling the life of Walter Thompson.
The Labour Party Conference from Bournemouth. Today at the Conference is at 11.20pm. BBC Parliament has further live coverage of the conference throughout the day
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1.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales
Money matters with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Converting an enclosed courtyard in south London.
A home near Somerset cricket club. Director Toby Fricker
Producer Ed St Giles
Landscaping at End House and Fulvens Hanger.
Lee Dixon and Kelly Dalglish help out in the kitchen. GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the October issue has recipes from Alex Mackay and Garrey Dawson. Out now, priced E2.99
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Mike Dilger visits the largest colony of breeding seals in Europe, while Janet Sumner collects seashells with her mother in Anglesey.
1/3. Born of Fire. The volcano Sierra Negra erupts and marine iguanas leap off the lava cliffs into the surf.
Producer Patrick Morris ; Exec producer Michael Gunton
insight into the lives of a pair of tawny owls inhabiting Gloucestershire's Forest of Dean, as they look after their four newborn chicks.
Producer Roger Webb ; Series producer Wendy Darke
7/8. John Leland 's Itinerary (1533-42). Nicholas Crane follows the 16th-century "map in words" of scholar and priest John Leland on a 300-mile journey through the West Country, uncovering the Tudor topographer's fascination with the legend of King Arthur. Director/Series producer Michael Waterhouse
Repeated on Thursday at 7pm RT DIRECT: to order the book Great British Journeys for just £16.99 (RRP E20) plus free p&p. call [number removed] (landline calls cost max 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 HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: the September issue has an article on Great British Journeys. Out now, priced E3.40.
6/6; series three. Penan. Bruce Parry journeys into the depths of the jungles of Sarawak in Borneo in search of the last remaining nomadic Penan tribe. The people are hunter-gatherers whose forest home is being felled around them by loggers, who take the bulk of the primary nutrients. The Penan are thus forced into small pockets where their existence is threatened. Director/Producer Gavin Searle Rptd next Saturday
6/6. The wedding day arrives and Uncle Bryn is still reluctant to reveal what happened on the fishing trip.
Writers James Corden and Ruth Jones ; Director
Christine Gernon ; Producer Ted Dowd First shown on BBC3 Programme guide at wvmradiotimescom/gavin-and-stacey
With Emily Maitlis and Jeremy Paxman in Bournemouth.
Followed by Weather
Bournemouth highlights, with Andrew O'Neil.
A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas
The Griffins enjoy Christmas.
12.15am Brian Wallows and Peter's Swallows
Brian is convicted of drink-driving.
12.35 From Method to Madness
Meg dates a naturist.
The next episode is tomorrow at 12.20am.
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2.00 Languages - Quinze Minutes Plus
With in-vision subtitles.
4.00 Languages - Vingt Minutes
Video diary. With in-vision subtitles.