Dodger, Packer and Scrambler pretend they're on an adventure.
Daniel finds one of his mum's brooches.
Isabelle finds a horseshoe.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Let's Write a Story
(ages 9-11) Double bill.
11.10 Look and Read
11.45 Pod's Mission
(ages 7-9) Double bill.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
A look at the issue of Christmas savings clubs a year on from the collapse of Farepak.
Live coverage of the opening day of the World Match Play championship from
Wentworth Paul Casey will be attempting to retain the title he won in record-breaking fashion last year against Shaun Micheel. The
Englishman dominated his American opponent for the entire day, and eventually won 10 and 8 to claim the £1 million first prize having already proved his credentials with a resounding victory over Retief Goosen in the first round. Commentary by Ken Brown and Peter Alliss. Further coverage tomorrow at 1.30pm. Producer Kate McKeag ; Executive producer Paul oavies
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from 10.15am to 12.15pm, and 5.50 to 7.00pm if play overruns Putting it about: page 42
Anne Robinson asks questions against the clock. <S)
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Claudia Winkleman welcomes guest Emma Bunton to the ballroom dancing fanzine show.
In this irreverent film, which is part of the BBC's Why Democracy? season, Richard Symons asks whether it should be a crime for a Member of Parliament to tell a lie. Senior political figures including Jack Straw , Harriet Harman and Michael Howard are questioned over what they believe a politician's duty to the electorate is, and while all agree in honesty and accountability not all see the need for a law to make MPs tell the truth.
Director Richard Symons ; Series editor Nick Fraser The series continues with In Search of Gandhi at 10pm on BBC4
With one couple already assured a place in the final, the other two remaining couples have their mettle tested when Raymond Blanc gets them working at his Le Manoir aux Ouat' Saisons restaurant. The Restaurant: You're Fried! follows at 9pm on BBC3.
Repeated tomorrow at 11.35pm
2/6. After a disastrous attempt to keep the ratings rising by copying her rival Chris Connor 's style,
Vivienne brings in her transgender PR Miriam to give the show a new direction. Strong language.
Writers Jennifer Saunders and Dr Tanya Byron
Director Rupert Jones ; Producer Jo Sargent
Carol, floor manager:
Pregnant make-up lady:
2/6. The off-the-wall sketch show this week has more entertainment gossip with the cheesy Kennedy St King on 01 News, and Ringo Starr reminisces about the Beatles last number one hit, Number Two.
Directors Michael Cumming and Becky Martin
Producer James Serafinowicz The Inside Story: page
New series 1/12. The host presents a mix of comedy monologues, celebrity chat and eccentric characters, sharing his humorous views with the audience. Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson
An extended, uncut version will be shown next Sunday
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
14/23. Distractions. Hiro struggles to make his father understand his new path. See yesterday's choice. Shown yesterday at 9pm on BBC2
For cast see yesterday (HD) Programme guide at www.radiotimes.com/heroes
Award-winning documentary-style drama. After being suspended from school for a week, a ten-year-old traveller girl whiles away the time in the industrial Dublin wasteland where her family has parked its dilapidated trailer. Review page 59.
Director Perry Ogden (2005, 15)
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Chemistry
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Higher Tier Science