Frank celebrates his birthday.
The water tower falls down.
Jemima decides to throw a party.
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11.20 KS2 Science clips (ages 7-9)
Telling Tales Double bill. (ages 7-11) 3756078
11.40 Let's Write a Story (ages 7-9)
Coverage of the Labour Party conference. More at 2pm.
Kristian Digby tries to help a couple in Surrey.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Coverage of Gordon Brown's speech at the Labour Party conference in Brighton.
Highlights at 11.20pm.
Valuing antiques in Twickenham, south-west London.
Si King and Dave Myers visit Aberdeenshire.
Claudia Winkleman examines the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner.
4/6. It's make or break time for the team - with the new lambs and pigs ready to be delivered,
Alex and Peter need to master the art of animal midwifery as soon as possible. Also, a prized ewe is in danger, one of the horses is lame, which may jeopardise vital work, and the group turn to Victorian science in a bid to save their struggling crops before the May Day fair. Episode five is on Thursday at 7pm. Director/Series producer Stuart Elliott
The three chefs who earned the right to cook for Michel Roux Jr prepare chicken with a morel veloute sauce and Brittany cake. Meanwhile, Gregg Wallace and Monica Galetti look on as four new hopefuls are challenged to fillet a mackerel.
In 2007, choirmaster Gareth Malone took a teaching position at a boys-only comprehensive with no previous singing tradition and an embedded negative attitude towards such "delicate" pursuits. Within two terms he had built a hundred-strong choir good enough to perform at the Royal
Albert Hall. One year on since his departure, Gareth catches up with his former charges. Has his legacy endured? Director/Producer Harry Beney
3/10. Mika returns to the show tonight with tracks from the follow-up to his six-million-selling debut album; Gladys Knight performs numbers from her stellar back catalogue; and Wakefield's finest, The Cribs, are also back with tracks from their new album Ignore the Ignorant. Plus first-time appearances from Colombia's Shakira, Putney-based The xx, and three songwriting drummers from New York, The Duke and the King. An extended version is on Friday at 11.35pm. Director Janet Fraser Crook ; Series producer Alison Howe Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel BEHIND-THE-SCENES PICS: radiotimes.com/later
This year's Mobo Awards are showing on BBC3 tomorrow at 9pm
Jeremy Paxman presents highlights of the Labour Party conference, while Gavin Esler provides a round-up of the day's events in the news. Followed by Weather
Andrew Neil looks back at today's proceedings in Brighton at the Labour Party conference.
Nick Robinson's point of view: page 10
4/6. In Indonesia, Stephen Fry and Mark Carwardine search for Komodo dragons in an area marked on ancient maps with "here be dragons". Although the creatures don't actually breathe fire, they possess a foul mouth odour and a toxic bite, as well as being, in Fry's words, "as ugly as sin". See choice, page 56. Shown on Sunday at 8pm