Then LazyTown's Mini Workouts
Turning ideas into reality.
The Tombliboos explore the house - right to the top.
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10.30 Watch (ages 5-7)
10.45 Friends and Heroes (ages 6-10)
Exploring an ancient trackway in Lincolnshire.
Presented by Andrew Neil and jenny Scott.
Adam Shaw and Nik Wood present financial news.
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1.00 Shakespeare: the Animated Tales (ages 9-13)
Amazonian rainforests and the wilds of Easter Island.
Chandri the white tigress faces a critical operation.
Series producer Chris Powell ; Executive producer Annette Clarke
Ray Valentine sets about luring the meat-loving Spaniards of Estepona to his new vegetarian restaurant.
Adam Partridge and James Lewis visit Cumbria.
Guest chefs Noel McMeel , Matt Tebbutt , Paul Heathcote and Aiden Byrne create recipes using tuna and aubergine.
Quiz in which the winners of game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers.
Claudia Winkleman discusses the latest backstage drama and training traumas.
7/9. Investment opportunities include a jogging machine designed for dogs, an underwater theme park replete with mechanical sharks, and a fleet of recyclable delivery lorries. Will any cut the mustard? Shown yesterday at 9pm
6/8; series two. The pair visit Napa Valley, where they seek out fine sparkling wines at the Taittinger estate; James is surprised by how much he likes them. They also experience a wine-tasting event in a vast cave, hire a flashy vehicle more in keeping with their surroundings, and get on the wrong side of an intimidating wine producer.
Director Simon Kerfoot : Executive producer Nick Shearman
Signed at 1.55am on BBCt
6/8; series two. The chef sets out to create the ultimate chilli con carne and looks for inspiration at a cook-off in downtown Washington DC. Back in Bray, he decides to find out why diners crave painfully hot spices by feeding one of his employees an oil that's nine times stronger than a natural chilli, - before sending him for an MRI scan. Series producer Michael Massey
Signed at 1.25am on BBCI
3/5. Ice. Geologist Dr lain Stewart considers the impact ice has made on human evolution and the nature of the world's surface. He shows how glaciers have the power to carve through solid rock, and the way in which mountains with sheer ice faces have become popular with climbers seeking a challenge. Plus, in America's Pacific Northwest, he explains how melting ice caused one of the greatest floods the world has ever seen. He also visits the massive Jakobshavn glacier in Greenland to see how it has retreated
10km in the last few years and joins an expedition to try to find out the extent to which climate change is contributing to this significant melting processs. Director/Producer Sophie Harris
Signed repeat tomorrow at 2.25am on BBC1 (HD) BBC FOCUS MAGAZINE: December's issue includes a feature that ties in with Earth: the Power of the Planet. On sale now, price E3.40
Evergreen entertainer Cilia Black talks to
Paul Merton about the things that get her goat, including women's toilets and weather girls.
Director Geradline Dowd ; Series producer Chris Curley
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
6/6. It's the final stages of Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman 's bike journey to South Africa. Reaching Malawi, Ewan is ecstatic to find wife Eve waiting for them. They pick up pace, but Charley takes the more adventurous route and at the Victoria Falls he goes bungee jumping. See Sunday's choice.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm
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2.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision English 3
4.00 Key Stage 3 Bitesize Revision Maths 3