Sarah the snail drops by.
Ethelbert meets an otter.
The three friends want to get across a ravine.
The Pontipines eat dinner.
Fred adopts a Lion.
11.35 Boy scouts visit the Bedrock neighbours.
With Declan Curry and Naga Munchetty.
Wrong Call. Luke's father and brother are attacked.
Physician, Murder Thyself A medic dies while operating on a colleague.
With cricketers Mike Gatting and Charlotte Edwards.
A couple search for a home in Dorset. (Revised rpt)
Former Blue Peter presenters tackle the quiz.
Claudia Winkleman catches up with this week's saved couple ahead of the final on Saturday.
New series. 1/4. The seasonal series returns, with Kate Humble introducing this year's competition from Armoy, Antrim. Taking to the course first are some of the rising stars of the trialling field, and providing expert commentary on their endeavours are Matt Baker and Gus Dermody.
Director Glenn Barton
7.30 2/4. Tonight's second episode sees the seasoned professionals, who have spent years honing both their own skills and those of their dog, stepping up to the handler's post. Kate Humble presents. The next edition is tomorrow at 7pm.
Producer Victoria Simpson ; Executive producer Mark Cossey Both eoisodes simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel KATE HUMBLE PHOTOS/VIDEO: radiotimes.com/katehumble
4/5; series two. This Land is Our Land. The effects of 19th-century industrialisation on the country, which saw massive numbers of rural workers move to new jobs in factories - where they encountered some of the worst conditions in Europe. Neil Oliver also discusses the writings of Sir Walter Scott , who created a mythology that continues to hold power over Scotland's collective imagination.
Director/Producer Clara Glynn 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 cost 5p per min; other networks vary) for the booklet
2/2. Tonight's concluding instalment sees the businessman setting out to reverse the fortunes of a care centre in Leicester which, despite a recent refurbishment costing half a million pounds, still has a mediocre reputation and is less than half full. Of all the dementia care homes Gerry visits, this was always going to be the most challenging. Even so, he could never have guessed how things would eventually turn out.
Producer Tiffany Thomas ; Executive producer Dinah Lord
6/6. When the auspiciously named Robert Husband leaves his wallet in the shop, Miranda and Stevie compete to find out which of them he might be attracted to. Miranda then receives an invitation to attend the Henley Regatta. See choice, page 82.
Shown yesterday at 8.30pm For cast see page 84 Miranda Hart guests on We Need Answers at 10.30pm on BBC4
With Gavin Esler.
Followed by Weather
1/3. Battle Begins. From acid rain to overpopulation, ecological angst was also to the fore in the 1970s. But it was a new ice age that concerned scientists, rather than global warming. Dr lain Stewart traces the story of climate change from its very beginning, and looks at how the scientific community got it so very wrong. Episode two is tomorrow at 11.20pm.
Director/Producer Jonathan Renouf