Ben and Small play a game.
The trucks go on a safari.
Repeats are not indicated
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11.10 Razzledazzle (ages 4-5)
11.30 Telling Tales (ages 7-11) 8525911
11.40 Arabic Language and Culture (ages 7-11)
Answering viewers' questions on mortgages.
The ladies' competition begins at the world championships in Los Angeles.
Digital viewers can see further live coverage from 2.30am
Searching for the UK's best marina homes.
Wheel of Death. A circus visits Cabot Cove.
Contestants in Cheltenham attend an auction.
Weekday quiz show. Simulcast in HD on BBC HD
5/10. Former Blue Peter hosts Valerie Singleton and Janet Ellis rise to the challenge.
Fiona Bruce reunites the team with a selection of the programme's youngest visitors.
On day three of the World Track championships, Olympic gold medallists Great Britain defend their world team pursuit title, and the men's time trial and women's scratch race winners are decided. With Gabby Logan. Highlights are at
11.35pm. Coverage continues tomorrow.
Digital viewers can see live coverage from Pruszkow, Poland.
8.00-8.45pm, via the red button
For Peat's Sake. The Government has demanded that the horticultural trade reduce its use of peat by 90 per cent by 2010, but there are people in the business who predict that the target will be impossible to meet without financial ruin. Toby Buckland talks to those who have passionate opinions on both sides of the argument.
Director/Producer Joanna Brame www.gardenersworld.com Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel Sissinghurst's gardens are the focus of BBC4's docusoap at 9pm GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price Â£3.30 Trailing begonia offer: page 30
New series 1/3. The BBC's world affairs editor John Simpson, yachtsman Robin Knox-Johnston and explorer Ranulph Fiennes are masters of their fields, but how well can they adapt to one another's? In Afghanistan, John Simpson tries to ensure the other two are ready to become foreign correspondents before they brave hostile crowds, heavily mined roads and the constant threat of suicide-bombers in a bid to file a live report.
Director/Producer John Conroy Behind the scenes with John Simpson : page 8
2/6. Frank Skinner helps Dave Gorman scrutinise some offbeat suggestions for making the world a better place. What will they make of the "comb-under" for men who can't grow a beard? Director John L Spencer ; Producer Simon Nicholls
After the show until Sam, digital viewers can see rolling, unseen footage from the programme, via the red button
With Kirsty Wark.
With Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Liz Gibbons. Followed by Weather
Highlights of the World Track championships in Poland as three more titles are decided.
An extended version of Tuesday's show from the revamped Whitechapel Gallery in east London. (Revised rpt)
1/22; series two. Allison tries to stop a serial killer claiming another victim.
1.45 2/22. A song gets so stuck in Allison's head that it threatens to deafen her.
Comedy mystery with Barbara Stanwyck. Broadway, the late 1930s: striptease artist Dixie Daisy finds herself suspected of murder when one of the other dancers is found strangled with her own G-string. Review page 49. Director William A Wellman (1943, PG)