Followed by Doodle Do Making Moments
Followed by Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster
Presenters (Sam and Mark's Guide to Dodging Disaster):
Makka Pakka loses his sponge.
Presented by Andrew Neil and Anita Anand.
The lions are given a new toy to replace one they have already wrecked.
Presented by Decian Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A Sevenoaks couple considers a house swap.
Something Foul in Flappieville. A puppet-show production company finds itself in trouble.
Paul Martin meets people in Swindon.
Eric Knowles and Jonty Hearnden are pitted against each other at a French antiques market. (Revised rpt)
A selection of country houses for a couple looking to move to Carmarthenshire.
Helen Lederer and Bobby Davro search for antiques in Chelsea, north London. (Revised rpt)
New series. 1/8. Highlights from the Manchester International Festival, including a collaboration between film-maker Adam Curtis, theatre company Punchdrunk and Damon Albarn - the theatrical experience It Felt like a Kiss. Plus the Young at Heart Choir, a group of singers aged 70-plus, whose new show is based on iconic Manchester songs, and an interview with Ralf Hutter of Kraftwerk.
Series producer Danielle Graham ; Executive producer
Edward Morgan Repeated next Saturday Double act: page 5
The summer congregation of Atlantic puffins on Skomer Island.
Producer Elizabeth White ; Exec producer Vyv Simson
3/7. Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May confront the credit crunch head on and try to find three sensibly priced small cars that won't induce misery in the driver. Plus, James meets stunt driving legend Ken Block.
Shown Sunday, 8pm topgear.com FEATURES AND PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/top-gear
New series. 1/7. Bigfooting. Comedy drama about a group of BBC journalists who arrive in Karibu to cover an African war. Aspiring writer Harry hopes the story will be his big break - but senior professionals look set to stop him in his tracks.
Writers Sandra Jones , Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart ; Producers
Jon Rolph and Tira Shubart bbc.co.uk/comedy
Press red after the show for new material and exclusive footage from the Flak location in Africa each night for the next seven weeks
The last in this series of Money Programme specials sees author and journalist Merryn Somerset Webb explore the impact of the current economic crisis on Britain's savers. As the nation tightens its collective belt, she looks for the options available to savers in a world of low interest rates, squeezes on pensions, and the dual threats of inflation and deflation. So, should your money be in shares, property, gold - or under the mattress?
With Emily Maitlis.
Followed by Weather
9/12; series three. Slapstick. A murder in Amsterdam further divides the Western District troops and their allegiance to Colvin. The series continues next Monday.
Repeated on Friday at 3.10am For cast see page 64 Repeated tomorrow at 3.10am First shown on FX PROGRAMME GUIDE: radiotimes.com/the-wire
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Languages & Travel
(Repeats not indicated)
4.00 Deutsch Plus 17-20
5.00 Deutsch Plus 2 German language series