The duo sing London's Burning.
The Asiatic wild dogs have a litter of puppies.
A ride in the Pinky Ponk.
Buttercup the cow eats Bob's plans for a bottling plant.
Finley leaves the station in a mess.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.45 Friends and Heroes
Thompson saves Churchill from being crushed alive.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott. (5)
Mind Map inventor Tony Buzan explains how they can be useful in business.
(Repeats are not indicated)
1.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales: As You Like It
' writer searches for a country home in Lancashire.
Including a Mr UK competitor and Star Wars' R2-D2. Donny Osmond is a quest on The Paul O'Grady Show at 5pm on Channel 4
Gardens of meandering romance and unique design.
Property experts Jenny Powell and Ian Blandford guest. GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: the November issue has recipes from Lesley Waters and Paul Rankin. On sale 3 October, priced £2.99
Caustic elimination quiz.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Controversial dancing duo Claire King and Brendan Cole join presenter Claudia Winkleman as Westlife drop by for a chat and perform their latest single. Plus Anton du Beke assessing the professional female dancers taking part in this year's competition.
3/3. Forces of Nature. Through time and isolation, animals and plants have evolved in surprising ways to cope with the South American islands' geological and climatic forces. But the new millennium threatens ever-increasing challenges. Tilda Swinton narrates. Producer Patrick Morris
Executive producer Michael Gunton
The osprey, which yearly migrates from
Africa, is filmed by Gordon Buchanan in the Highlands. Producer Roger Webb ; Exec producer Fiona Pitcher
1/8; series two. Dover to Isle of Wight. Geographer Nicholas Crane hangs off the cliffs near Beachy Head in East Sussex to discover how the chalk coastline was formed and historian Neil Oliver investigates why the Victorian Channel Tunnel was started more than 120 years ago but never finished. Series producer Steve Evanson
Executive producer Gill Tierney
2/2. From Dying of Aids to Living with HIV. What is life like living with HIV and Aids today and what impact has treatment had? The comedian and actor meets people whose lives have been saved by the drugs, but also discovers that taking the medication often leads to terrible side effects and that thousands of patients now find themselves resistant to the drugs. But at least in the UK there is treatment.
Most HIV patients around the world can only dream of such a situation. Fry goes to Uganda to explore why the medication doesn't seem to be getting through. The answer is unexpected and depressing. As he concludes his journey he makes what he feels is his most important discovery. Medically things have improved massively, but psychologically and socially things seem, if anything, to have got worse. Director/Producer Ross Wilson
2/4. Work. Exposing the horror that is work, the ugly beast that takes over your life and sees you spending time in places you can't bear, with people you can't stand, doing stuff that doesn't matter. The whole vile job process is examined from having to write the dreaded CV, to deciphering meaningless management-speak, through to tips on throwing a sickie.
Director/Producer Mary Ramsay
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
Action from the Dunhill Links championship at St Andrews, Carnoustie and Kingsbarns. The stars of the tour play each of the courses once, before finishing on the Old Course at St Andrews.
Director Olivia Heriot-Walker ; Producer Jeff Harvey
The World Match Play championship is live on Thursday at 1pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 History The First World War
4.00 History Nazi Germany