Bully Dex spoils all the fun.
Mitzi makes Josie a kite.
Upsy Daisy loves her garden.
Repeats are not indicated
11.00 KS1 Science Clips (ages 5-7) 7620162
11.20 BBC Primary Geography: Nile Shorts - Journey down the Nile (ages 7-11) 5430162
11.30 Hands Up!: The Chronicles of Narnia (ages 7-11)
11.45 Watch - Time Treasures: Guy Fawkes (ages 5-7)
Laura Kuenssberg is in Washington DC as voters go to the polls in the US.
A look at how to power gadgets on the go.
Lucia gets caught up in Daniel's crimes.
10/10. The vets try to recapture a pair of lions.
Gary Rhodes cooks brunch. First shown on UKTV Food
Shear Madness. Tragedy strikes at a wedding.
The search for a new champion quizzer.
Looking for a rural retreat in Warwickshire.
Hosted by Jeremy Vine.
Claudia Winkleman discusses the latest backstage drama and training traumas.
1/6. Another chance to see Delia Smith's labour-saving recipes. Tonight, frozen mash enhances shepherd's pie and fish pie, and how potato wedges are the main staple in patatas Arequipa. Series producer Nick Woodroffe Mini slow cooker offer: page
3/8. Geoff Burch is in Taunton, where he tackles a florist who's hiding her best assets, a coffee shop owner's mercurial temper, and a gift shop proprietor whose humour is affecting his profits. Series producer Ceri Rowlands ; Series editor Victoria Hill
Gordon Buchanan reveals how the Fame Island grey seal pups are faring against harsh weather, and Simon King studies the myths surrounding the raven. Meanwhile Bill Oddie and Kate Humble report on the nationwide feeding experiment.
Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/autumnwatch
5/5. Loud and Proud: the Street Look. Over the past 50 years, fashions which evolved from the streets have proved that conservative British style is a myth. The teds' look was edgy, while mods were symbolic of a smart 1960s Britain. A neat reaction against hippy chic, skinhead style was stripped down and militaristic. Then in 1977, Liverpool witnessed the beginnings of the casuals revolution. Director Steve Condie ; Series editor Michael Poole Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
8/9. The Killers play tracks from their new album, while Fleet Foxes and Pendulum make their TV debuts. Extended version on Friday at 11.35pm.
Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
With Jeremy Paxman in the United States and Kirsty Wark in London.
US Election Night is at 11.15pm on BBC1. Followed by Weather
A profile of the late broadcaster told through interviews with friends and family, featuring recently discovered home video footage with individuals including Charlie Chaplin and Paulette Goddard.
Director/Producer Rachel Jardine First shown on BBC4
Alistair Cooke 's America is on Friday at 9pm on BBC4
1/5. The presenter sets out on a trip involving 10,000 miles of travelling. Followed by Weatherview cs)
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Britain in the Red - Your Questions Answered
Discussing the credit crunch.
2.20 The Dark Side of Fame with Piers Morgan
An interview with Nancy Dell'Olio.
3.05-3.50 Recipe for Success Amateurs try their hand at running a restaurant.
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
4.00 I-Maths 1 94230 5.00 i-Maths Extra
5.30 Spit Game