Squiglet draws a picture of a pirate.
Cheetahs Zina, Gamba and Koko learn to hunt.
Fun and games with the duo.
IGoofy comedy mystery starring Bob Hope. When Carlotta mistakes baby photographer Ronnie Jackson for a private detective, he sees a chance to fulfil an ambition. Review p52. Director Elliott Nugent (1947, PG)
(BW) Bob Hope stars in Seven Little Foys on Thursday at 11.00am
With Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Carol helps to design and plant a large gravel garden.
Three psychologists perform hidden-camera stunts.
Helping a shopper save over £1.000 on a mobility scooter.
Jules Hudson helps a couple keen to move to Monmouthshire. (Revised rpt)
With Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones and Saracens rugby player Dan Scarborough.
The UK's best manor homes on the market in three price brackets - E250,000, E500,000 and E1 million.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
The group head into the jungles of Papua New Guinea, where they brave deadly snakes, raging rivers and sheer ravines to reach their destination, the sands of Salamau Beach on the Pacific Ocean.
3/10. Monty Don takes in some of the most opulent gardens in history, including the world famous Taj Mahal garden, which, according to the Koran, is symbolic of paradise. He also takes in tours of the majestic tomb gardens of the Mogul emperors, the pleasure gardens of the Hindu maharajahs and the nostalgic heritage of the British tea planters.
Shown on Sunday at 9pm GARDENER'S WORLD MAGAZINE: Monty Don writes about the gardens that inspired him most from the series in February's issue. Price E3.30
Alan Titchmarsh 's tips, plus half-price begonias: page 40
6/12; series two. Bishop Bill arrives to help lift the spirits of the islanders after their traumatic start to the summer. Elsewhere, imaginative new ways are found to raise money and preparations get under way for the launch of Radio Scilly.
Director/Producer Nigel Farrell Rptd on Friday at 7.30pm
Runners-up from the last series return for another shot at the title. Tonight's trio have to endure an 18-hour shift in two professional kitchens. First, they prepare breakfast at the Goring, then it's straight off to Artisan, where they have an evening service to deliver. Director Malcolm Donkin
OLIVE MAGAZINE: March edition: Gregg Wallace reviews eaterie
Eight at the Thatch set up by the winners of BBC2's The Restaurant, plus John Torode 's recipe for Russian dumplings. On sale 5 Feb. E
5/9. How to Make Better Decisions. According to science, the decisions we make are based on oversimplification, laziness and prejudice. With the help of footage from experiments, this programme shows how our choices can be further confounded by factors such as temperature, warped by postrationalisation and even manipulated by the future. Mathematician Garth Sundem offers a guide to improved decision-making, which, he argues, can be achieved by using simple maths.
Producer Peter Leonard : Series editor Andrew Cohen
Geographer Nicholas Crane journeys around the United Kingdom's shoreline. (Revised rpt)
Another chance to see a previous edition of the comedy panel show hosted by Dara O'Briain. With guests Jo Caulfield and Adam Hills.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
With Jeremy Paxman
Followed by Weather
4/5. Ben Keane 's Utopian tribal experiment in Fiji starts to make headway, but there are still problems when visitors create unrest among the locals.
Shown yesterday at 9pm
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Science in Action Life Processes and Living
Things 71955 4.00 Science in Action Materials and their Properties