Kids face unique challenges.
The Pontipine children play game of jumping.
Dr Juno dispenses some sun-safety advice.
The clown looks after a toy baby.
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10.30 See You, See Me
10.50 BBC Primary History
11.10 BBC Primary Geography
11.30 Hands Up!
(ages 9-11) (SL)
Adam Shaw and Nik Wood present financial news.
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1.00 KS2 Science Clips
1.20 Emotional Literacy
Dragonfiles in East Anglia and bittern in Lancashire.
A lion warden in Namibia who has to wear a pistol to work.
A Bristol couple want to buy a country home in Wiltshire.
Series producer Mark Leslie ; Executive producer Kate Roberts
Paul Martin discovers the tragic past of Hartlepool. (S)
Today's chefs Peter Gordon, Atul Kochhar, Galton Blackiston and Jun Tanaka make sweet samosas and spicy prawn noodles.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Series producer Rob Dean
Claudia Winkleman talks to the latest couple to be voted out. Arlene Phillips and Craig Revel Horwood defend the judges' decision. Continues throughout the week. Producers Cam de la Huerta, Bethan Mackenzie and Crispin Clover Series producer Meriel Beale
de la Huerta
John Sweeney meets Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez, who's been able to get away with anti-US statements, it's claimed, simply because his country owns huge resources of oil. Chavez boasts that he is spending the oil bonanza on the poor, but does his rhetoric match the reality of life in the barrios? Producers Darren Kemp and Guillermo Galdos
Executive producer Louise Norman
Specialist subjects are the life and career of politician Charles James Fox, the history of the Gaelic Athletic Association, real ale breweries of Britain and the life and works of writer Marcel Proust. Director Derek Hallworth ; Producer Jon Kelly
The University of York take on the University of St Andrews in a bid to reach the quarter-finals of the student quiz. Jeremy Paxman fires the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
10/13. The domestic goddess shows how to plan ahead as she whips up a lamb, olive and caramelised onion tagine, followed by an ice cream cake topped with butterscotch sauce.
Signed repeated on Thursday at 1.25am on BBC1
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5/9. The multi-millionaires face a novel pitch as a 3-D animated creature tries to persuade them to invest in a new entertainment technology company, plus a device to stop yacht owners losing their keys overboard. Presented by Evan Davis.
Series producer Ian Carre ; Executive producer Dominic Bird
Repeated tomorrow at 7pm www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden Find out why we watch Dragons' Den at www.radiotimes.com/dragons-den-blog
5/9. Michael Aspel is the guest host on the satirical current affairs quiz, with regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton.
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Editor Peter Barron www.bbc.co.uk/newsnight Followed by Weather
The history of BBC Radio 4's agenda-setting breakfast show, which began in 1957. Robin Day called it a kind of "morning miscellany", but the programme went on to gain huge popularity and political influence. Here, we relive some of Today's most memorable moments. Narrated by Sheena McDonald.
Languages and Travel Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Real Chinese 1-10 Introduction to Chinese culture. With in-vision subtitles. 456204
4.30 China Close Up 1-6 Social change. With in-vision subtitles.