Ben and Small practise ballet.
Shown yesterday on the CBBC channel
9/13. Including League of Super Evil and The Twisted Whiskers Show.
11/11. The Swanns host a TV Christmas special. Starring Andrew Clover.
Starring Dani Harmer.
Then Diddy Dick & Dom
The Cut: Maria reads her mother's diary, hoping to find clues that explain her disappearance. Starring Lara Goodison. [web address removed]
4/10. Tom's ex-girlfriend turns Hari's world upside down.
Tom Deacon and AJ Odudu present.
The full story of the band's attempt to find fame. Last in series.
Series two. Kyle tries to bond with Jessi.
2/2. Conclusion of Stephen Poliakoff 's period drama, which sees Prince John and his nanny Lalla secreted away from his family.
8/8. Chris Packham and Kate Humble report from the Cairngorms in Scotland on the arrival of winter, and are on the look out for ptarmigans, mountain hares and stoats. Shown yesterday
Scotland v Australia
The Scots play the second of their three autumn internationals as they entertain the Wallabies at Murrayfield (kick-off 5.15). Highlights of England v New Zealand from
7.15pm on BBC3.
Fletcher teaches new inmate Lenny how to ingratiate himself with the governor.
2/3. Ruined Visions. Matt Frei looks at Berlin's chequered history through its architecture and finds a city where buildings with imperial, Nazi and Communist associations jostle for attention alongside the redevelopments that followed the fall of the Wall. Director/Producer David Vincent
Repeated on Tuesday at 11.20pm
Art critic Waldemar Januszczak argues that the need for beauty in art is greater than ever before, but that its definition has changed. In this documentary showing in the Modern Beauty season, he looks in a variety of places including the subtle skyscape installations of James Turrell and Anish Kapoor's monumental colour pieces.
Director Waldemar Januszczak ; Producer Susan Doyon The Modern Beauty season continues on Monday with School of Saatchi at 9pm
The invisible man: page 20
Comedians Lucy Porter, Mark Watson, Dave Spikey and Stephen K Amos take turns in the famous black chair for charity in a light-hearted version of the quiz. Director Sue McMahon ; Executive producer Caroline Roberts-Cherry Shown yesterday
5/8; series three. Nicola Murray and shadow minister Peter Mannion take part in a Radio 5 Live debate on Richard Bacon's late-night phone-in, but when breaking news makes things very difficult for the politicians, Malcolm and the Opposition PR guru Stewart Pearson are swift to respond.
Repeated on Thursday at 11 20pm on BBC4 [web address removed]
Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
Digital viewers can press the red button after the show to access exclusive, additional content.
WHY I LOVE : [web address removed]
7/13. Fear. The crew members are plagued with hallucinations as they embark on a promotional event. Repeated on Monday at 11 20pm 147402 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel
8/13. Actor Martin Freeman hosts the music quiz. Shown last Wednesday
5/8. Celebrating Wallace & Gromit's 20th anniversary. Shown last Thursday
Broad comedy starring Ben Mendelsohn, Barry Otto and Toni Collette. A man stages a production of Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte at a mental hospital. Review page 55.
Director Mark Joffe (1996)