A meal with a football theme.
The Vikings throw a party.
The cub helps an elephant.
Grandpa tries to make Great Aunt Loretta laugh.
The trio have fun with wind.
The Tombliboos go for a ride.
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11.00 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) 8613235
11.20 KS2 Science Clips (ages 7-9)
Andrew Neil reports from the Conservative Party conference in Manchester. Highlights are at 11.20pm.
Presented by Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
A random draw for round two of the Grand Prix adds to the excitement in Glasgow this afternoon, of which there should be plenty, as Ronnie O'Sullivan prepares to begin his best-of-nine-frame first-round match.
Press red from 1.30pm for live coverage from a choice of tables
Quirky quiz show hosted by Alexander Armstrong.
Paul Martin scours the show's archives for the best items made of glass, and inspects one of the country's best collection of drinking glasses.
Claudia Winkleman examines the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner.
The final first-round matches of the Grand Prix get under way this evening in Glasgow, with Rishi Persad presenting live coverage from the opening stages of the tie featuring Stephen Maguire.
Digital viewers can press red from 1.30pm for live coverage from a choice of tables at the Grand Prix tournament in Glasgow
For the remaining three from yesterday, the creation of salade Lyonnaise and Paris brest will be the difference between success and failure.
On 14 November 1940 the German Luftwaffe dropped so many bombs on Coventry that three guarters of the city was destroyed. Such was the devastation, the Germans coined a term to describe it - "to coventrate". This documentary explores the immediate aftermath of the attack, as panic gripped the city and half the population fled. But it also charts Coventry's remarkably rapid revival, and its role in the eventual "coventration" of Hamburg, Dresden and Berlin, that would ultimately bring Germany to its knees. Director/Producer Ashley Gething
4/10. Ayrshire rock trio Biffy Clyro showcase their forthcoming album Only Revolutions; velvet-toned easy listening star of five decades Andy Williams drops by; Calvin Harris performs numbers from his recent Ready for the Weekend album; and Chris Rea revisits his back catalogue. Spaghetti Western
Orchestra also perform tonight, and Diana Jones sings from her new album Better Times Will Come. 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
A night dedicated to Andy Williams begins on Friday at 9pm on BBC4
Jeremy Paxman presents from day two of the Conservative Party conference. Plus Gavin Esler with the day's news, and the first interview with the winner of the Booker Prize.
Who will win the Booker?: page 24
Followed by Weather
Highlights of the Conservative Party conference.
5/6. In New Zealand, Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine are on the trail of the kakapo, a flightless parrot nearly wiped out by the arrival of dogs, cats and rats. See choice, page 56.
Shown on Sunday at 8pm
highlights of the Grand Prix in Glasgow.
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4.00 Taking Issue Topics with real-life case studies
4.55 Belief File Sikh and Buddhist traditions