The duo test their potion.
Voltar refuses to buy cookies.
** Musical comedy featuring Freddie and the Dreamers. A group of young workers in a holiday camp seek fame and fortune via a talent contest. Review page 43.
Director James Hill (1964, U)
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Radha Manjeshwar visits the Deaf Bikers UK rally at Reading, and Stephen Collins reports on this year's Glastonbury Festival. With voiceover.
A rhino with life-threatening arthritis receives treatment.
Kristian Digby helps two single mothers hoping to exchange their properties.
Mr Monk and the Big Reward Monk and Natalie search for a stolen diamond.
Si King and Dave Myers prepare haggis for the people of Dumfries and Galloway.
Paul Martin 's task tonight is to realise a Â£1,000 profit for Bedfordshire's Elizabeth Curtis Riding School, which wants to buy a new pony.
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Covert footage reveals how Romanian Gypsy children across the continent are forced to beg and steal - often for the benefit of organised crime. Liviu Tipurita's film also highlights the discrimination suffered by the Romany people and the shocking phenomenon of child trafficking.
Director/Producer Liviu Tipurita
4/6. Allegra McEvedy and Paul Merrett bring their campaign for healthy, low-cost eating to Cambridge, where they find five otherwise intelligent students living as slaves to the local convenience store, spending Â£250 between them each week on largely tinned and packaged food, never thinking to prepare and share a communal meal. With dishes like fish pie, veal ratatouille and meatball-and-chorizo stew, Allegra and Paul aim to fill the gaping hole in the students' culinary education while helping them to save money in the process.
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8/8. The final batch of would-be entrepreneurs includes a Warwickshire husband-and-wife team who have designed a range of computer mice based on classic cars. Another duo want Â£75,000 for a share in their invention which claims to extract that last bit of toothpaste from the end of the tube, while Manchester student Vernon Kerswell hopes to win favour and financial backing for his remote-controlled micro-helicopters.
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Dragon's Den: Outside the Den is tomorrow at 9pm on Dave
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2/6. Pop star Liz McClarnon, Ricky Wilson from Kaiser Chiefs and MasterChef's Gregg Wallace join hosts Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer and the other regulars - including team captains Jack Dee and Ulrika Jonsson, scorer George Dawes (aka
Matt Lucas) and burger van owner Angelos Epithemiou - on another edition of the comedy panel show.
Producer Lisa Clark
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With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
6/10; series five. The Dickensian Aspect. Marlo and Chris redouble their efforts to solve the mystery of Omar's disappearance, and Pearlman finds evidence of corruption in City Hall. Episode seven is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
For cast see page 80 Repeated on Friday at 2.05am
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