Yan the Yeti visits the cafe.
The gang finds out about taste.
Upsy Daisy rides the Nicky Nonk.
11.00 KS2 Science Clips
11.10 KS2 Science Clips
11.20 Thinking Skills
11.30 Hands Up!
11.45 Look and Read: Spelling Strategies
Phil Wrigley, CEO of New Look, is in the studio.
Greg Burnley is released from prison the night before Poppy and Peta's wedding.
Ben Fogle and Kate Humble meet new tigers. (Revised rpt)
The team clears the home of a costume designer.
Murder on Madison Avenue
Jessica creates a board game, but is soon immersed in a deadly mystery. (rxs)
Gillian Taylforth and her sister Kim take part in the duel.
The team comb the home of David Steel.
Hosted by Jeremy Vine.
A race to reach camp before nightfall results in a potentially terminal injury for one trekker.
The boys do battle with the hosts of D Motor - the German equivalent of Top Gear
Richard Hammond also races his Audi RS6 against two "speed skiers", while London Mayor Boris Johnson is the Star in a Reasonably Priced Car.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm
BBC TOP GEAR MAGAZINE: Available monthly, price Â£3.95
See feature/photo gallery: [web address removed]
4/8. Sated on whisky, the enthusiastic suppers head to Ireland where, over their first pint of "the black stuff", Oz promptly claims native knowledge when it comes to the local drinking culture - an assertion James is less inclined to take at face value when his companion gets lost trying to find Dublin's most famous brewery.
Lonely Planet magazine: the second edition has a feature on wine and food tasting in Dedham, Essex. Available 22 January, Â£3.50
Six hopefuls become three, who must then put in a shift at a busy Wagamama kitchen and prepare a meal to demonstrate their cooking abilities. BBC GOOD FOOD MAGAZINE: both Gregg Wallace and John Torode feature in the February issue. Out now, price £3.10
3/3. With just a couple of weeks to go, the gap between those who are trading well and those who aren't widens. Lex Van Dam, whose money is at stake, takes action against the weakest in the group. Tense scenes ensue as the trading floor descends into chaos. By close of trading on the final day just three traders are left - but will they manage to make a profit? Part of the City season. Series producer Anthony Philipson ; Exec producer Ruth Pitt The City season continues tomorrow with The City Uncovered with Evan Davis at 9pm
9/16. Lauren Laverne is in Glasgow to extol the virtues of the Celtic Connections festival, Robert Carlyle and Siobhan Redmond lead a celebration of the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns's birth, and Nihal joins Franz Ferdinand backstage. The Culture Show Uncut is on Friday at 11.35pm.
Series producer Graham Mitchell ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather <s)
Food Fight: the Discount Boom. Investigating the rise in popularity of discount supermarkets.
Producer Marianne Lueck
11.50 Money for Nothing. How the borrowing boom in the UK came to a swift and painful conclusion. Producer Dan Trelford
Executive producer Dominic Crossley-Holland
Schools Repeats not indicated.
4.00 Religious Education - The Test of Time