The Red River Hog piglets play football.
Can Tommy stop Pollute wasting food?
Isabelle admits she sleeps with her headlights on.
Chris Beardshaw visits the Cotswolds.
Office worker Maggi and her kids swap with horse farmer Anne and her teenagers.
Prime Minister's Questions. Directors Claire Bellis and Anna Rasmussen ; Editor Jamie Donald
Following Kellie Moody as she competes for the Miss Deaf World crown. With voiceover. Repeated next Tuesday on BBC1
Simon Gompertz looks at how hemp is being used to make bricks in eco-friendly houses.
A centenarian tortoise fights for its life. (Revised repeat)
Contestants try to spot a former Blue Peter presenter.
Adam Partridge and James Lewis visit the Lake District to appraise possible auction lots.
Grease the Musical stars
Susan McFadden and Danny Bayne take part in the contest.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Dead Ringers star Jan Ravens gives her impressions of the contestants, plus a look behind the scenes of the title shoot.
1/10. The boys take three lightweight supercars across Europe in search of the continent's best roads, and Helen Mirren is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm Caged!: page 20
The final three couples are in for a surprise when
Raymond Blanc turns up at their eateries to examine every aspect of how they are run, from the quality of the food to the standards of service. However, on his tour he discovers mouldy ingredients, undercooked food being served and customers who leave because of long delays. The next episode is tomorrow night at 8pm. Director/Producer Tricia O'Leary
14/23. Distractions. Hiro struggles to make his father and sister understand his new path in life, while Niki has a chance to be with DL and Micah again, and Claude attempts to teach Peter how to harness his abilities. The next episode is on BBC3 at 10pm.
Repeated tomorrow at n20pm and next Sunday (HD)
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12/20. Telling Tales. Series creator Tim Kring and the writers show what it takes to complete the scripts, and reveal how the cast inspire the storylines Producer Darren New ; Executive producer Mark Cossey
6/8; series three. High and Dry. Kath makes a positive move, but Kim has to deal with the consequences.
First shown on Living Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/kath-and-kim
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
When the children in a school in China get the chance to choose their class monitor, they don't quite know what to do, but it doesn't take them long to get into the swing of it. Part of the BBC's Why Democracy? season. Director Weijun Chen ; Producer Don Edkins www.whydemocracy.net The series continues with Lefties at 12 midnight on BBC4 and with The Ministry of Truth on BBC2 tomorrow at 7pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 History The Cold War
4.00 History The Soviets