Searching for a horrible smell.
The pals mix up their trousers.
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11.00 Seasonal Snapshots (ages 7-11) 6229339
11.20 Thinking Skills (ages 9-11) 6957643
11.30 Hands Up! (ages 9-11) 9866914
11.45 Look and Read: Spelling Strategies (ages 7-9)
Employment Minister Tony McNulty is in the studio.
Tess discovers Deborah has betrayed her.
A trio of wild warthogs arrive at Longleat. (Revised rpt)
A Hertfordshire couple turn their clutter into cash.
Paul Martin takes a look at traditional rural crafts.
The team rifles through the home of Sian Lloyd.
Hosted by Jeremy Vine.
The group finds their route through the Peruvian jungle blocked by a massive wall of mud.
Celebrating Barack Obama's inauguration as America's first black president, Clive Myrie examines how the son of a Kenyan student and a woman of English/Irish descent emerged from a broken-home childhood in Hawaii to assume the mantle of the most powerful man in the world.
See also: The Culture Show at 10pm; President Hollywood at 11.40pm
3/8. In Scotland, Oz Clarke and James May meet up with a high priestess of whisky who insists they wear blindfolds to sample her wares. In Edinburgh's Princes Street they encounter some "radical brewers" whose unusual beer and provocative marketing has attracted the wrong sort of attention. Then, as the duo venture north towards Islay, disaster befalls the caravan.
Executive producers Mark Hill and Chris Stuart LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: the second edition has a feature on wine and food tasting in Dedham, Essex. Available 22 January, Â£3.50
Six rookie chefs are reduced to three, who are then sent to cook at the Charlotte Street Hotel.
BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: February issue out now, Â£3.10
On the last leg of his epic journey across the British Isles in the footsteps of the Elizabethan antiquarian and historian William Camden, Nicholas Crane traverses Ireland, an "ungovernable country full of ravening beasts", according to the Virgin Queen, but one which Camden sought to tame by documenting its natural history.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Barack Obama's inauguration is marked with a trip to Harlem. Plus Ed Burns, co-writer of the new president's favourite TV show, The Wire, on his Iraq war account Generation Kill, Roberto Saviano on Gomorrah - his book about the Naples mafia, and now a film tipped for an Oscar nomination - and backstage with Armando Iannucci as he gears up for the first night of satirical opera Skin Deep.
The Culture Show Uncut is on Friday at 11.35pm.
Jeremy Paxman is in Washington DC for an inauguration special. Followed by Weather
First shown during last year's race for the White House, Jonathan Freedland shows how US TV series The West Wing anticipated the real thing.
Shown yesterday at 11.30pm on BBC4
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4.00 KS4 RE Curriculum Bites: Challenging Beliefs