Venice is rocked.
A visit to Paris.
From seaweed to mermaid soup.
The cub meets a porcupine.
Alice is forgetful.
What does Mr Tumble like to do?
A musical cave.
Football in Argentina. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
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10.30 The Way Things Work (ages 7-9) 9388534 10.45 Something special (ages 4-7) Signed.
11.00 What? Where? When? Why?(ages 5-7) Double bill.
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Followed by The Witness
powerful drama starring
Peter I Finch and Mary Ure. A British doctor in the Far East battles to save the natives of his village from the warring factions around them. Review page 51.
Director Ronald Neame (1957, U)
Horticultural high jinks.
A cluttered seaside garden in Guernsey is transformed.
Chester hosts the auction show, giving Paul Martin the chance to admire the city's silver.
Relationship expert Jenni Trent Hughes and matchmaker Karen Mooney compete.
Acerbic quiz show.
Stress and strain take their toll when the Carlucci and Garfitt families meet for the first time.
Producer Piero Sfredda
Dick's machine implodes, Shaun the Prawn blows his top again and the Leapers hop more than leap. Dick Strawbridge and Fearne Cotton take cover on day two of the triple-jumping challenge.
Director Anne Backhouse
At the largest ever gathering of British survivors of the concentration camps, the Queen, Tony Blair and other leaders pay tribute at Westminster Hall.
There will be firsthand accounts, films and music
- including excerpts from a new oratorio based on the diaries of Anne Frank - while Chief Rabbi
Jonathan Sacks , Sven-Goran Eriksson , Stephen Fry , Christopher Eccleston and Robert Winston consider what the Holocaust means to them. James Naughtie presents. Producers Gaby Koppel , Daniel Brittain-Catlin , Julie Heptonstall ,
Claire Popplewell ; Exec producer Nick Vaughan-Barratt
1/6. How can you fast-forward boring jobs, so there's more time for fun? Step forward Garner Thomson and Paul Boross ; "the Time Lords". Here they show single mum of three Dawn how to speed up life's mundane bits so she can enjoy some "me" time.
Director Mike Taylor ; Series producer Lorna-Dawn Creanor Time out with the Time Lords: page 32
3/7. An Art Deco boardroom and a telephone box have been rescued - but can they be sold? A mill is to be demolished in Bradford and a chandelier installed in Manchester. Susannah Doyle narrates.
Series producer Susan Crook BBC HOMES & ANTIQUES MAGAZINE: E3.20, monthly
Einstein's Equation of Life and Death. E=MC 2 made Albert Einstein history's most celebrated scientist. It explains why the sun shines - but also underpins the nuclear bomb. Documentary and dramatised elements tell how his discovery went from symbols in a notebook to weapons of mass destruction.
Producers Aidan Laverty and Johanna Gibbon ; Editor
Matthew Barrett Repeat next Saturday www.bbc.co.uk/horizon In Einstein's Shadow concludes at 9pm on Radio 4
3/3. Death of the Red Caps. Six military policemen, or "Red Caps", were killed in Iraq on 24 June 2003. An army inguiry found the six had died in an attack by a mob and no one was to blame. John Sweeney tells a different story: that the six were killed by a mob, but there were army blunders and equipment failures. Did the British Army betray its own men? Series producer Sam Bagnall
Executive producer Fiona Stourton
Presented by Kirsty Wark
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A horrific crash afflicted Italian racing driver Alex Zanardi. How did he rebuild his life? Peter White reports.
Director Kim Hopkins : Producer Susan Prichard
How did a field in Belfast become a state-of-the-art factory that battled against Milan and Detroit's finest cars?
Director Paul McGuigan ; Producer Jezz Wright
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSEBitesIze English 3 50567 4.00 GCSE Bitesize Maths