Eight trainees play for the Black Belt prize.
(Repeats are not indicated)
10.30 Words and Pictures
(ages 5-7) Double bill.
10.50 BBC Primary Geography
Unlocking the hidden secrets of Hadrian's Wall. (RMS)
Presented by Andrew Neil and jenny Scott.
Presented by Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
(Repeats are not indicated)
1.00 The Maths Channel
(ages 9-10) Double bill.
1.20 Primary Geography
The Bargain Hunt team are in Lille for a contest between Barry and Dave from Dorset.
Dominic Littlewood talks to a company about its failure to deliver a £13,000 kitchen.
A couple from south London seek a home in Snowdonia.
Paul Martin learns about Britain's oldest airport in Crawley.
Today's guests are TV presenters Angus Purden and David Harper. Ainsley Harriott hosts.
Contemporary homes featuring innovative designs.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Game show in which contestants are tested on their mental abilities. Hosted by Clive Anderson.
2/5. In January Charles Taylor , the former president of Liberia, went on trial in the Hague charged with 11 crimes against humanity for his part in the bloody civil war in neighbouring Sierra Leone. This programme examines the huge support Taylor still has in Liberia despite the alleged atrocities.
Producer Oily Bootle; Executive producer Louise Norman
4/6. Julia Bradbury climbs Helm Crag, one of Alfred Wainwright 's favourite fells located in the village of Grasmere in the heart of the Lake District.
Director/Producer Lizzie Wingham
8/12; series two. Radio Scilly is launched and retired priests Donald and Margaret fly in to lend Father Guy a helping hand. And a new development on Tresco offers unusual opportunities to the islanders. Director/Producer Nigel Farrell Rptd on Friday at 7.30pm
The three finalists are flown over 5,000 miles to the Belize jungle, where they cater for the British Army training there. After enduring the humidity of the rainforest they are whisked back to base to prepare dinner at a party for some of the country's top brass. See Thursday's choice. 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 Russian dumplings recipe. On sale now, price E3.20 A lot on his plate: page 43
DOCUMENTARY OF THE WEEK
7/9. Prof Regan 's Supermarket Secrets. Medical expert professor Lesley Regan puts supermarket products that come with impressive scientific claims up for scrutiny. Scientifically backed products that use terms such as "friendly bacteria" and "superfoods", for example, often come with a high price tag. Here, we discover which products do - and don't - have the evidence to back up their claims.
Producer Dick Taylor ; Series editor Andrew Cohen Does exactly what it says on the tin?: page 29
The team journeys to north Wales, where they visit the Great Orme. (Revised rpt)
Another chance to see a previous edition of the comedy show hosted by Dara O'Briain.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
An insight into the specialist side of BBC Radio 2, revealing how the network covers an extensive range of genres, from folk to big band.
Director/Producer Gerry Dawson
Schools Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Sportsbank Special - Dance TV The art of dance in a variety of forms, from street dance to partner dance. 71379 4.00 Techno: Designing Your Future Design and technology series.