The duo make dinosaur mash.
Upsy Daisy's bed runs away.
Repeats are not indicated
11.00 Words and Pictures: Fun with Phonics
11.10 Telling Tales
11.20 BBC Primary History
11.40 Around Scotland
Daniel and Deborah struggle to reconcile.
Deputy head warden Ian Turner hatches a plan to keep the monkeys busy. (Revised rpt)
Raising money for an Indian orphanage.
Badge of Honour. An army buddy of Seth's becomes a murder suspect.
From Milton Keynes.
Chris Tarrant and Sally James compete in the kitchen.
Dancer Wayne Sleep auctions antiques for charity.
Ben Fogle's journey finds him in southern Peru and leading a team into the world's deepest gorge, Cotahuasi Canyon, on a quest to find the lost Incan city of Marpa. But Paralympic swimmer Giles begins to suffer from the effects of altitude sickness before the team is forced to take on deadly rapids. Director/Producer Jonathan Palmer
Microsoft, the company that Bill Gates helped found, has changed the world. Originally shown last June, this Money Programme special asked how the company would cope in the face of competition from internet-based companies after the businessman's imminent surrender of his full-time position. Presented by Fiona Bruce. Producers Dominic Crossley-Hoiland and Charles Miller
Director Charles Miller (Revised rpt) The current series of The Money Programme continues with Speculators on Thursday at 7.30pm
In the penultimate quarter-final, Corpus Christi College, Oxford takes on the University of Exeter. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
Director Tracey Rooney ; Producer Irene Daniels
Six amateur chefs create a dish in 50 minutes using only ingredients they have been given, before the three with the most potential cook at the Mango Tree restaurant in west London. Who will make it through to Thursday's quarter-final? Presented by John Torode and Gregg Wallace.
Director Paula Campion ; Series producer Mark Leslie LONELY PLANET MAGAZINE: the second issue features a search for the perfect pizza in Naples. Available 22 January, price Â£3.50
New series 1/12. Why Are Thin People Not Fat?
You know the type of people who seem to be able to eat what they like without putting on weight? Tonight's edition of the science strand looks at some surprise findings that may explain how they do it, and features a controversial over-eating experiment designed to identify exactly why some find putting on weight so enviably difficult. Director/Producer Emma Sutton Why I Love .. : www.radiotimes.com/horizon
The acerbic host once again casts his cynical eye over the world of television.
Series producer Nick Vaughan-Smith
First shown on BBC4
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
2/8. The Far East. The Rev Peter Owen Jones visits the Far East, witnessing rituals ranging from the Shinto fire festivals in Japan to Taoist monks in the mountains of China.
Director Graham Johnston
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Schama Shorts Highlights from the series A History of Britain. 19060 5.00 Timelines 1066-1660