Behind the scenes at Howletts Wild Animal Park in Kent.
Raymond wants to sell chocolate mousses.
A look at the natural world.
Autumnwatch continues at 8pm.
Isabelle the ice-cream lorry hates the way she looks in a photo.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Watch: Celebrations
10.45 Friends and Heroes
A Mob informant implicates Velie in his crimes.
The beginnings of the London Underground.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13)
Alwyn Crawshaw travels to the ancient city of Petra.
Ben Fogle takes to the waters of northern Namibia.
A rider tries to move closer to her horses' stables.
Guiding hopeful antiques owners in Swansea. (S)
Atul Kochhur and Jun Tanaka compete.
The Government outlines its legislative programme.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan, in which the winners of game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize.
Claudia Winkleman presents the companion show to the Saturday night pro-celebrity dance contest, revealing how the twinkle-toed competitors are getting on with their rehearsals.
4/9. The multi-millionaires assess another selection of business ideas, including a device for shading the sun from the face and a novel idea for recycling plastic bags. Plus, a female fantasy writer hopes to turn her debut fantasy adventure novel into a blockbuster movie. Will she be a hit with the panel? Shown yesterday at 9pm www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
Catching up with Jamie the Glasgow fox and an invite for viewers to join the presenters on their weekend tree parties. Plus, Bill Oddie and Kate Humble provide further coverage of the whooper swans, red deer and beavers. With Simon King.
Find out more about the series at bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch Frequent flyers: page 32
Post comments about your garden at www.radiotimes.com/autumnwatch-forum
4/5. This week's focus is on collaboration, giving the five remaining musicians a chance to work with other conductors and producers. Workshops include a blues masterclass from jazz star Julian Joseph and a special surprise in the form of one of the world's greatest pianists, Lang Lang. The end-of-week challenge will see the students perform at London's Southbank Centre, accompanied by a professional musical quartet, in front of an audience including agents, managers and critics within the classical music industry.
Director Rupert Edwards ; Producer Eve Kay
6/6. Politics. Cynical celebrities talk about the spin and scandal that surrounds politicians whatever their party. From sex and lies to the occasional videotape, this is a rundown of the silliest scrapes certain not-so-honourable ladies and gentlemen have got up to in recent times. Contributors include John Humphrys, Steven Norris, Lord Denis Healey, Jenny Eclair, Matthew Parris and Oona King.
Producer Judith Holder ; Exec producer Stuart Prebble
With Jeremy Paxman. Followed by Weather
2/6. Actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman continue their journey to Cape Town. Riding into Italy, reality hits that the schedule is too tight, then news arrives that the Americans will not get visas for Libya. This border crossing needs to go smoothly as the team are racing to make it in time to get to Aswan, Egypt, to catch the weekly ferry down the Nile into Sudan. But a change in weather halts their progress. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm
[web address removed]
Repeats not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Vocational Bitesize Applied Business
4.00 GCSE Vocational Bitesize Applied Art Design