The Ninky Nonk feels left out.
Series four. Lol learns survival techniques.
A festive fake dragon comes to life and causes mayhem.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
10.50 Megamaths (ages 7-9)
11.10 Landmarks (ages 9-11)
11.30 KS1 Science Clips (ages 5-7)
11.50 Hands Up! (ages 4-5)
A look at the problem pond in the garden of a fairy-tale cottage in Somerset, and a new pond in a garden in Gwent.
Financial reports from
Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Live coverage of the World Short Course championships from the Manchester Arena. Introduced by Clare Balding. Further coverage is at 7pm.
Murder at the Oasis. Jessica's s trip to see her old college room-mate is marred by the murder of her friend's husband.
James Lewis and Elizabeth Talbot pick out antiques to value and sell in Cambridge.
TV psychologist Anjula Mutanda and life coach Jenni Trent
Hughes take part.
A couple from Wales search for a larger home.
Quiz hosted by Dermot Murnaghan.
Welsh representatives serve up their desserts - roasted pistachio parfait, roasted cherries and Amaretto granite with chocolate-and-almond tuilles, and milk jelly with tomato-and-nettle jelly.
Clare Balding introduces coverage of tonight's World Short Course championship finals on the second day of competition at the Manchester Arena, including the men's 100m backstroke. Australian
Matthew Welsh claimed one of his four gold medals at the 2006 championships with victory in this discipline and is a strong favourite to prevail once again. Commentary by Andy Jameson and Adrian Moorhouse. Further coverage tomorrow at 1.30pm.
Producer John Graham ; Editor Michael Cole L Digital viewers can see additional live coverage of the world championships from Manchester, 7.00-9.30pm
Solway Firth to Skye. Nicholas Crane views the dramatic beauty of Scotland's west coast from the deck of the classic yacht Crunneaig, Alice Roberts sees the launch of a warship on the River Clyde, and Miranda Krestovnikoff seeks the elusive minke whale. Producer Steve Evanson ; Series editor Gill Tierney
Gary Lineker pitches up beside the lush fairways of the Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia, USA, to bring live coverage of the culmination of day one at this year's Masters. The venue was at its devilish best last year, refusing anyone an under-par tournament tally, but Britain's Justin Rose led the way at the end of the first day and went on to finish just three shots behind eventual winner Zach Johnson.
Exec producer Paul Davies ; Editor Josephine McCusker (HD) - Digital viewers can watch live coverage of the Masters tournament from 3pm to 12 midnight r Watch highlights over the next seven days, after 9.00am tomorrow, at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
6/8; series three. The Set-up. Against his better judgement while Nicki is out on her hen night, Moz agrees to set up Stemroach.
Writer Graham Duff ; Director Ben Gregor
Producer Jane Berthoud First shown on BBC3
10/18; series two. Ready, Aim, Marry Me. A friend of the family offers financial help to save the company. Repeated tomorrow at 3.40am
12.15 AM 11/18. Out on a Limb. A surprise rocks Michael and Sally's flourishing relationship.
Repeated tomorrow at 4am
12.3512/18. My Hand to God. Michael tries to find out who the father of Maggie's baby is.
Repeated tomorrow at 4.25am
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 GCSE Bltesize Revision: French 2