Old Macdonald visits the cafe.
The fearsome Vikings take up photography.
Amy waits for a delivery.
The cub meets some lemurs.
Mother learns to play trumpet.
The friends go for a ride.
Reports from the Labour Party conference in Brighton.
Highlights at 11.20pm.
Daryl Jackson concludes his quest to find his birth mother. With voiceover.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Mr Monk Visits a Farm. Disher inherits a farm.
Si and Dave cook in Lichfield, Staffordshire.
Claudia Winkleman assesses how the contestants are shaping up for Saturday at the midweek point.
Producer Erin Doyle ; Series producer Jayne Stanger
The Birth of Steam. Julia Bradbury follows the path of a Cornish railway that ceased operating years ago as she finds out how the once thriving tin- and copper-mining industries around Redruth helped to launch Britain's rail empire.
Series producer Owen Rodd ; Executive producer Eric Harwood
First shown on BBC4
Alistair Appleton helps a couple search for their first home in south Bedfordshire, with a rural location and space for their antiques collection on their wish list. Series producer Mike Matthews Series editor Tracy Forsyth
Gregg Wallace and sous-chef Monica Galetti oversee proceedings as four contestants have a skills test of opening scallops and a palate test of making a potato rosti before one is eliminated. The remaining three have to cook two dishes in 50 minutes, and re-create two classic recipes: beef Bourguignon and lemon tart. Directors Ben Cook and Natasha Kalisz
Series producer Antonia Lloyd
4/5. This week, Peter Jones checks up on the progress of his investment in rock band Hamfatter, Duncan Bannatyne visits one of the stars of the series, Sharon Wright, whose invention for putting cables through walls had the Dragons drooling, and Theo finds out how a product scorned by the panel proved a hit with none other than the President of the United States.
See also Dragons' Den Online tomorrow at 10pm. Series producer Sam Lewens ; Executive producer Dominic Bird
Repeated tomorrow at 11.50pm BLOGS AND PHOTO GALLERY: radiotimes.com/dragons-den
6/6. Joining the teams for the last in this series are Noel Fielding from The Mighty Boosh, broadcaster Tony Blackburn and presenter Zoe Salmon.
Producer Lisa Clark
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
RT DIRECT: to pre-order the new DVD (out 23/H) for £13.50 (RRP £19.56) plus free p&p, call [number removed] (BT landlines cost 5p per min; other networks vary) or visit bbcshop.com and enter code [number removed] at checkout BEST SHOOTING STARS MOMENTS BLOG: radiotimes.com/shooting-stars Noel Fielding joins Never Mind the Buzzcocks tomorrow at 9.30pm
With Jeremy Paxman in Brighton and Emily Maitlis in the studio. Followed by Weather
Andrew Neil presents highlights of the Labour Party conference in Brighton.
3/3. Back from the Brink. Revealing how close the world came to the brink of economic ruin last autumn.
Key players, including Prime Minister Gordon Brown and US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner, reveal the ups and downs of the month they fought behind the scenes. Few people realise just how close society came to a truly catastrophic breakdown.
Director/Producer Paul Mitchell Shown last Thursday