Mike creates art out of junk, and Kirsten makes some Mexican tin art.
Strictly Come Dancing's Len Goodman joins host Tim Lovejoy and nutritionist Amanda Hamilton to watch TV clips and enjoy a Sunday lunch prepared by chef Simon Rimmer.
Ben Fogle makes friends with a tarantula. (Revised rpt)
Highlights of the Super League's elimination play-offs, as the third- and sixth-placed teams play each other, as do the fourth- and fifth-placed sides.
The GB wheelchair rugby team play Australia, while at the Olympic Green Tennis Centre, Peter Norfolk will be hoping to retain his Paralympic title.
It's also the semi-finals of the men's wheelchair basketball tournament. In the pool, the highlight is likely to be the men's 50m freestyle final.
Athletics action includes Welsh sprinter John McFall attempting to win gold in the 100m.
Plus Britain's table tennis players will be in the team events, it's the final day of the road-race cycling and GB's only fencer Lee Fawcett is in action. www.bbc.co.uk/olympics Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Live coverage I0.00am-1.00pm, followed by rolling highlights
1/3. Dr lain Stewart traces the history of climate change.
Shown last Sunday
8/8; series six. Among pitches for investment is a dog bowl.
Shown last Monday
After a two-week break, the MotoGP series resumes with the Indianapolis Grand Prix. For so long the dominant force, Italy's Valentino Rossi is looking to regain the title he last won in 2005. Last year's winner. Australian Casey Stoner, has made a few costly slip-ups this year but will hope to push Rossi all the way to the final race in November Series producer Belinda Rogerson
Live coverage of the 125 and 250cc races from Indianapolis,
3.45-6.05pm; rolling highlights from 8pm
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2/6. Charley uses his new-found sailing skills to cross the English Channel in a dinghy, then, as he attempts to make it to Dubai in time to catch a container ship to Mumbai, he and the team navigate through France and Italy, across to Croatia, Serbia and Bulgaria, before pressing on into western Asia through Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Iran. Along the way Charley travels on an array of transport, including a luxury train to Venice, a Parisian city bicycle and a truck in Iran. Director Russ Malkin Rptd on Wednesday at 11.50pm
2/3. Fightback. Dr lain Stewart investigates the counter-arguments to man-made global warming and searches for the scientific truth. He examines the standpoint that developed as sceptics questioned the consensus - they argued that human emissions of greenhouse gases had nothing to do with the changing climate - and discovers how some have changed their opinions. Director/Producer Nathan Williams Rptd next Sunday
Including highlights of Stoke City v Everton. Editor Mark Demuth
The comedian is joined by Matt Morgan to emulate the seminal journey of author Jack Kerouac. First shown on BBC4
Romantic comedy drama starring Stephen Mangan and Susan Lynch. A photographer risks his long-term relationship when he falls for a kooky stranger he meets in the park. Film of the Day: page 40.
Director Col Spector (2005, 15)
Comedy starring Bill
Fraser and Raymond Huntley about the dealings of two rival funeral parlours. Review page 40.
Director John Robins (1972)
Members of the public who encourage others to excel in sport.
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