Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Making a textured collage.
Followed by Prank Patrol Pocketsize
10/13. The science of friction and inertia is investigated.
21/22. Buseys Take a Hostage. Dewey's classmates take their teacher hostage.
12.25: 22/22. Mrs Tri-County. The boys enter Lois in a pageant.
First shown on Sky1
3/8. The competitors try to find sponsorships for players from Tooting and Mitcham United FC.
1.25 Sound Featuring Just Jack and Kelly Clarkson.
Live coverage of the European Indoor championships, held at the Oval Lingotto in Turin.
Today sees pentathlete Kelly Sotherton hoping to upgrade the silver she won in Birmingham two years ago. Also on the schedule are the 400m finals and the semi-finals of the 60m. Commentary is provided by Steve Cram, Paul Dickenson and Steve Backley, while expert analysis comes from Colin Jackson. Further coverage tomorrow is at 2pm.
Digital viewers can see live coverage.
8.25-11.30am and 5.15-6.15pm
The Inside Story: page 54
Born of Fire. A volcano erupts, marine iguanas leap off lava cliffs into the surf, finches groom giant tortoises, and the waved albatross shows off with a courtship display. Dive Galapagos is tomorrow at 5.40pm.
1/5. The marine biologist and professional diver turns his back on modern comforts to become a beachcomber. Shown last Sunday
3/6. Right Place, Right Time. Set against the backdrop of the Second World War, this edition examines how photographers captured the dramatic events of the time and explores how images of D-Day, the Holocaust and Hiroshima help us to emotionally bond with these history-defining circumstances. Director/Producer Debbie Lee First shown on BBC4
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3/7. The tale of outlaws Bonnie and Clyde enjoyed a renaissance during the 1960s - Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway portrayed the duo on screen, while Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot teamed up to add Gallic cool to the story. But the reality of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow's life on the run was one of violence and danger. Access to gang members' memoirs, family archives and police records provides an epic road trip through the heart of depression-era America in search of the truth. Producer Chris Wilson ; Executive producer James Hayes
Showing in HD on the BBC HD channel on Tuesday at 8pm
It's been two decades since acclaimed novelist Salman Rushdie's controversial work The Satanic
Verses sparked riots across the Islamic world, offending Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini and creating an unprecedented diplomatic crisis. Its author was subjected to death threats and forced into hiding for nearly ten years. This film explores the unique events following the book's publication and the campaign to get the fatwa lifted.
Producer/Director Janice Sutherland
9/10. Emma Thompson, John Sessions, David Mitchell and Alan Davies join Stephen Fry for questions about films and fame.
Extended repeat from yesterday on BBC1
Comedy starring Woody Harrelson. Director Robert Altman's final film is a salute to Garrison Keillor's radio show in which the artists at a radio station prepare for a final broadcast before their building is torn down. Film of the Day: page 46.
(2006, PG) Andrew Collins on Robert Altman 's swan song: page 45
4/13; series two. Three Sundays
Peggy's family hosts lunch for a visiting priest.
Shown last Wednesday For cast see page 96
Psychological thriller starring Robert Duvall. The captain of a lightship anchored off Virginia picks up three men from a drifting boat without realising that the trio are criminals on the run. Review page 46.
Director Jerzy Skolimowski (1985,15)