Daphne the Donkey visits.
John plans a surprise dinner.
Featuring a forfeit auction.
Repeats are not indicated
11.00 Maths Channel (ages 7-8) 6908327
11.10 Let's Write Non-Fiction (ages 7-9)
11 30 Something Special (ages 4-7) 4983143
11.45 Watch: Barnaby Bear (ages 5-7)
Presented by Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn.
With guest Jane Asher.
A creature escapes from its enclosure. (Revised rpt)
The Weston family in Bradford clear out clutter. <R)
Sugar & Spice, Malice & Vice MI6 agent Michael Haggerty is arrested.
DJ Spoony and his friend, golfer Ian Poulter , compete.
The team crosses Chile's Atacama desert while heading for volcano Corona. Haydn suffers a life-threatening case of altitude sickness, before Jenny develops a dry cough.
3/8. In Scotland, Oz Clarke and James May meet a high priestess of whisky. In Edinburgh's Princes Street they encounter some "radical brewers" whose unusual beer has attracted the wrong sort of interest. Then, as the duo venture towards
Islay, disaster befalls the caravan.
1/3. Janet Street-Porter looks at how publications are coping with failing circulation, decreasing advertising revenues and the growth of the internet, as the The Money Programme continues its current run. She examines whether papers can survive as multi-media information giants and talks to editors, advertising gurus and media mogul Rupert Murdoch to find out what the future holds. Director/Producer Graeme McAulay
Today's three contestants who make it through the first round will cook at Stanza before one of them reaches the quarter-final. The remaining four cooks then face three high-pressure tests but there's only one semi-final place up for grabs.
5/6. The team embarks on a trip by steam train, before the sheep get sheared using the timesaving technology of the age. As the light stays longer during the summer days, Alex and Peter get the chance to try out the new Victorian sport of cricket. Meanwhile, the hay harvest approaches. Director/Series producer Stuart Elliott
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 examines the birth of London Underground and the motor car. Plus the story of William Armstrong, who installed a swing bridge in Newcastle-upon-Tyne for his ships to pass through. Director Stephen Warbarton
Executive producer Caroline van den Brul
van Den Brul
With Kirsty Wark.
Followed by Weather
In a follow-up to Sunday's programme, Emeka Onono investigates the ethnic killings that flared across Kenya after last year's general election result, examining who organised the butchery and whether there is yet more bloodshed to come.
Director/Producer Patricia de Mesquita
The team explores a 90-metre chasm and goes on the lookout for giant caiman and electric eels. Director Steve Greenwood ; Executive producer Tim Martin
Schools Repeats not indicated.
Science in Action: Light, Sound and Measurement How science works in everyday life.