Isabelle finds a lucky horseshoe.
Sammy becomes a postman.
Followed by Fun with Phonics
Igglepiggle visits everyone, except he can't find the Pontipines.
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11.00 Maths Channel (ages 5-7) 5996778
11.10 BBC Primary History: Mexico (ages 7-11)
11.30 Something Special (ages 4-7) 9025556
11.45 What? Where? When? Why?: Financial Capability (1) (ages 5-7)
Martha Lane Fox talks about her latest business venture. Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Lucia finds out that Jason is Daniel's brother.
Murder in F Sharp. A concert pianist is bereaved.
From the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull.
A rural retreat near Burton-on-Trent. (Revised rpt)
With head judge Len Goodman's masterclass.
4/6. Take Cover! James examines innovations that influenced warfare during the 20th century, including camouflage paint and infrared cameras. Producer Helen Thomas ; Series producer AkJan Laverty
4/5. Food Fight: the Discount Boom. The Money Programme team looks at changes in food retail, with the rise in popularity of discount supermarkets. MasterChef presenter Gregg Wallace gives shoppers a taste test to see if they can identify their expensive favourites.
Director/Producer Marianne Lueck
The notorious Beeching Report of 1963 led to the closure of a third of Britain's railway lines and stations, compelling tens of thousands of the population to travel by road. Ian Hislop examines the fallout of Dr Beeching's scheme, finding out what was lost to communities and the landscape, and celebrates the halcyon days of travel by rail. Director/Producer Deborah Lee First shown on BBC4 The Last Days of Steam follows at 9pm on BBC4
8/13. Guest captain Frank Skinner takes on regular skipper Phill Jupitus, with guests including Lil' Chris and Estelle. Hosted by Simon Amstell.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer Stu Mather
Tonight's guests include comedian Alan Carr, with music from Welsh singing legend Tom Jones.
Director Steve Smith ; Producer Jon Magnusson An uncut edition of the show can be seen next Sunday
2/7; series three. Panda. Researchers uncover some painful truths about Rick's ancestors, not to mention his real name, when he is invited to feature in a TV series that traces family trees. Writers Jack Dee and Pete Sinclair ; Directors Alex Hardcastle, Bruce Mackinnon : Producer Alex Hardcastle
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Jack Dee guest-hosts Have I Got News for You tomorrow, 9pm, BBC1 The Inside Story: page 98
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
4/4. A Camel Called Sanjeev. The comedian explores Rajasthan to find out if India is more likely to move with the times or get left behind by modernity.
Director/Series producer John Das
7/8; series three. Foxy on the Run. Brett has an epiphany while riding a bucking bronco. Repeated tomorrow at 3.05am
12.50 8/8. 99 Per Cent Fat Free. Kylie Minogue makes a guest appearance at Lagoon Court. Repeated tomorrow at 3.30am
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4.00 Key Stage 4 Curriculum Bites Science 14-16