Twins Bob and Bill visit the cafe.
Corneil refuses to go on a ride.
Melvin Odoom makes a special appearance.
Joel makes an instrument.
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11.10 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 7-9)
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11.45 Watch: Barnaby Bear (ages 5-7)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
Poppy and Peta's wedding day arrives.
The power of lions is put to the test. (Revised rpt)
Sarah wants to raise money to buy a trampoline.
Family Secrets. Jessica rakes over an old scandal.
Comedy dance act Signature add a little spice.
Former MP Edwina Currie searches for valuables.
As the team faces a punishing 4,000-metre ascent to reach their campsite on the Cotahuasi Canyon in southern Peru, it soon becomes evident that Ann is close to exhaustion.
2/8. The duo travel to Wigan, home to a commercial brewery run out of a garage, and thence to the home of Newcastle Brown Ale. James then sets up a microbrewery as the pair wend their way towards a pub on the Northumberland coast.
The Money Programme's Max Flint examines whether financial speculators were to blame for artificially inflating the price of crude oil last year, contributing to the financial downturn. He travels to the Virgin Islands to hear the arguments of a leading critic of commodity speculation and relays the findings to a Swiss investment firm.
Director/Producer Terry Messenger
The contestants who make it through the first round cook at Zilli Fish in Soho before the winning quarter-finalist faces three high-pressure tests with the other heat winners. The competition continues next Monday with another round of heats.
4/6. It's make or break time for the team, as Alex and Peter need to master the art of animal midwifery, with the lambs and pigs ready to be delivered. A prized ewe is in danger and one of the horses is lame, which may jeopardise vital work. Plus the group turn to Victorian science in a bid to save their crops before the May Day fair.
Series producer Stuart Elliott ; Exec producer David Upshal
Any episode, after it has first been broadcast, is available for the duration of the entire series at www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer
Adam Hart-Davis visits Kew Gardens to examine the plants brought back by explorers. He experiences the science of storm prediction, demonstrates submarine telegraphy and surveys the original site of the Crystal Palace. Series producer Cameron Balbirnie: Executive producer
Caroline van den Brul
van Den Brul
With Emily Maitlis. <s)
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This follow-up to Sunday's programme looks at how the horror of what occurred during Argentina's brutal military dictatorship of the 1970s and 80s is now emerging. Maria Belen Gentile is part of a campaign for justice, but should this stretch out to victims on both sides of the political divide?
Director/Producer Daniela Volker
Mike de Gruy and Kate Humble explore the strange creatures in the river's depths.
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4.00 Science in Action: Physical Processes