Books fall off the shelf.
The friends help each other.
Upsy Daisy loves her garden.
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11.00 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-11) 3598724
11.20 KS2 Science Clips (ages 7-9) 2261989
11.30 Telling Tales Double bill. (ages 7-11) 8852347
11.40 Look and Read: Shadow Play: 3: A Flicker at the Fairground (ages 7-11)
Now You See Me. Terri is released from prison.
A wild cheetah is caught in a farmer's trap.
A Candidate for Murder. Mark suspects a senator of killing his own daughter.
New series. Father-and-son duo Stavros Flatley guest.
Looking for a retirement home in Yorkshire. (Revised rpt)
Claudia Winkleman is joined by this week's saved couple and examines the highs and lows of the weekend's performances in Choreography Corner.
5/6. Koo Koo Sint - the "Star Gazer". Ray continues his exploration of Canada, this week honouring the memory of David Thompson who, in the 1800s, mapped an astounding four million square miles of North America. Ray explores Thompson's footsteps across the Rocky mountains to the Pacific coast, drawing on a new set of bushcraft skills and exploring the mapping techniques used by Thompson. Shown on Sunday at 8pm THE BEST TV FORAGER BLOG: radiotimes.com/tv-forager
New series. 1/5; series two. God's Chosen People The acclaimed series returns to cover the years from the 1600s to the present day, starting with the story of the Covenanters, whose profound religious beliefs were declared in the National Covenant of 1638. This document licensed revolution, helped to ignite the Civil War that would lead to the execution of Charles I, cost tens of thousands of Scots their lives and led to Britain's first war on terror. With Neil Oliver.
Director/Producer Tim Niel First shown on BBC1 Scotland
bbc.co.uk/scotlandshistory FREE GUIDES: Open University Scottish history booklet and audiowalk download available via bbc.co.uk/scotlandshistory or call [number removed](BT landlines 5p per min; other networks vary) for the booklet
On 20 June this year in Tehran, eight days after Iran's disputed election, a young Iranian woman was shot in the street. The video of Neda Agha Soltan's death, filmed on a mobile phone, was seen by millions around the world. Many young Iranians have claimed her as a martyr for Iran's protest movement, while the Iranian regime has tried to blame the West. This documentary chronicles Neda's story, with exclusive accounts from those who really knew her.
Director Monica Garnsey ; Executive Producers Lucy Hetherington and Angus McOueen This World: Can Obama Save the Planet? is tomorrow at 7pm
Another chance to see a previous edition of the comedy show. Hosted by Dara O'Briain, with guests joining the panel to poke fun at the news.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Mark Leveson
With Jeremy Paxman.
Followed by Weather
2/3. Ruined Visions. Matt Frei looks at the city'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. Including the work of Karl Friedrich Schinkel , the modernist Bauhaus movement and Hitler's architect of choice, Albert Speer. See choice, page 66.
Shown on Saturday at 7.45pm
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4.00 Art and Design: Interviews with artists about the current curriculum. 79496
5.00 Class Clips - Travels with Music: Styles and sounds across the world.