Followed by Fimbly Songtime
Amonik's dad has smelly feet.
Dinner on the Ninky Nonk.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Let's Write a Story (ages 7-9) 8639213
10.50 BBC Primary History
Ways of travelling. (ages 7-11)
The oppressive living conditions on board the Monitor - a naval vessel deployed during the American Civil War - and the effect they had on those who manned the ship.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Geeta Guru-Murthy .
Financial reports with Adam Shaw and Nik Wood.
Kirsten enjoys her revenge, but for how long?
Sue Barker hosts live coverage of the second day's play at the ATP men's tournament at the Queen's Club, west London, where Andy Murray is the fulcrum of British hopes in a competitive field that includes Lleyton Hewitt and current champion Andy Roddick - both of whom have won this title four times.
Digital viewers can watch live coverage from 12 noon until 8pm
Quiz in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers each day.
Neil Morrissey discusses his life and food with Nigel Slater. Men Behaving Badly writer
Simon Nye challenges him to make an omelette blindfold, while college friends Adrian Dunbar and Charles Lawson pay tribute to his cheese on toast. The next edition is on Thursday at 6.30pm.
6/7. From Pole to Pole. On a journey through
Poland, from the port of Gdansk in the north to the Slovakian border south of the Tatra Mountains, Michael considers the upheavals that have traumatised the country for 70 years. He visits Auschwitz, meets the great European maestro Lech Walesa , whose free trade union Solidarity lit a fuse under Communism's grip on eastern Europe, and marvels at the miracle of Warsaw.
Director/Series producer Roger Mills
As the team follow the local wildlife from their base in Norfolk, Kate Humble continues her look at British marine life and Gordon Buchanan elicits more amazing animal tales from viewers.
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4/6. Giles Coren and Sue Perkins land their sartorial and gastronomic time capsule in the 1970s this week, donning flares and bright colours while gorging on sugary sweets, dining at Sue's old school, and taking to the slopes to enjoy a menu of fondue, prawn cocktails and Angel Delight. The nation was slimmer and healthier in the 70s but did this orgy of nostalgia improve the duo's wellbeing? Producer Tom Coveney : Series producer Alannah Richardson
Repeated next Saturday Great British Menu Banquet is on Friday at 6pm
2/13. Lauren Laverne and Mark Kermode host the arts show, tonight featuring 27-year-old
Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel , some striking land art along the M8 motorway in Scotland, and more from Mark Pilkington on the set of Ricky Gervais 's film This Side of the Truth. Plus the latest movie releases, including The
Incredible Hulk starring Edward Norton , and The Happening, and music from Elbow and Richard Hawley. The Summer Exhibition: a Culture Show Special is on Thursday at 7pm and an extended version of tonight's edition airs Friday at 11.35pm. Series producer Graham Mitchell
Executive producer Edward Morgan
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
2/2. The Race for Absolute Zero. Examining the quest to find absolute zero, the ultimate level of cold, looking at the efforts of 19th-century scientists James Dewar and Heike Kamerlingh
Onnes. The programme also considers the impact Albert Einstein had on the mission, revealing how his work inspired the efforts of rival groups. Director/Producer David Dugan
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Short Circuit - Physics