A viewer takes up a ventriloquism challenge.
Upsy Daisy sings into a megaphone.
The adventures of pre-school children.
It's Grandad Tumble's birthday.
The friends are picked up by a ship.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.45 Friends and Heroes
Exploring religious beliefs and culture.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Repeats are not indicated
1.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13)
Our native snakes and lizards, and on the trail of the golden eagle in the Lake District. <R)
Ben Fogle takes to the waters of northern Namibia.
Catherine Gee helps a couple look for a two-bedroomed cottage in the Peak District.
Martin Blunos, Noel McMeel, Matt Tebbutt and Richard Fox create Moroccan duck tagine and pear-and-chocolate mousse.
Anne Robinson oversees the back-stabbing quiz.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Claudia Winkleman discusses how the twinkle-toed celebrities are getting on.
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
Shown yesterday at 9pm www.bbc.co.uk/dragonsden
4/8; series two. The presenters start to bicker over James's perception that they are in California's Silicon Valley just to visit Oz's posh mates. James gets his revenge by forcing his co-host to sample wines while in a dodgem car in Santa Cruz, after which they visit the winery of Randall Grahm. Executive producer Nick Shearman
Signed on BBC1
4/8; series two. The chef examines the secret of a perfect fish pie by stress-testing langoustines at Glasgow University and introducing agar - a complex gelatinous carbohydrate from seaweed - to his recipe for a light and delicate white sauce. He then sets out to cure salmon and haddock in seaweed and salt before smoking it in a squirrel cage. Series producer Melanie Jappy ; Executive producer Gary Hunter Signed on BBC1 (HD)
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
New series 1/5. Volcano. Dr lain Stewart investigates the powerful natural forces that have shaped the world over billions of years. Beginning his quest with volcanos, he abseils into a lava lake and then explores the underwater caverns created by the meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs. He also explains the positive role played by the greenhouse effect many millennia ago in ending the last ice age. Director/Producer Paul Olding
Signed on BBC1 Rock and awe: page 24; Book offer: page 24
3/6. The Inspection. With deadlines fast approaching and massive financial penalties for any delays, everyone involved is nervous as engineers race to finish the work on St Pancras station before it is due for inspection. Episode four is tomorrow at 10pm.
Director/Series producer Anthony Wonke
Presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Why we watch: [web address removed]
Followed by Weather
4/6. Ethiopia/Kenya. By the time the team reach Addis Ababa, their mood has reached an all-time low. Over the border in Kenya they find themselves stuck in bandit country, and resolve to set up camp for the night. With tummies rumbling, a unanimous decision is made to sacrifice a goat for supper. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm
[web address removed]
Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Key Stage 3 Curriculum Bites English 1
4.00 Key Stage 3 Curriculum Bites Maths 1