Gill helps Pablo to fly. (S)
It's time to do the washing up.
A very hungry Teddy spills some cereal.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
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Words and Pictures Plus
11.05 Maths Challenge
Updates from Westminster.
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1.00 KS2 Science Clips (ages 9-11) Triple bill.
Atmospheric film noir, starring Dane Clark and Gail Russell.
As the son of a man hanged for murder, Danny Hawkins is a tormented soul. When Danny snaps one day and kills, it seems he is set to follow in his father's footsteps.
Review page 58. (1948, PG) (BW)
James Martin prepares a special Scottish fruit tart, plus a guide to the best hidden gardens.
Paul Martin samples the joys of scooters as the show visits Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. (S)
Kevin Woodford and Paul Rankin are the competing chefs.
With Anne Robinson.
3/6. Jamie Darling finds out why dangerous animals can still be kept as domestic pets in Northern
Ireland. Back at Harmsworth, a tawny owl recovers from a collision with a lorry on the motorway.
The heats continue, with six more hopefuls. The best three must prove their professionalism to head chef Cheung at Soho's Yo! Sushi restaurant, but only one will win a place in Friday's quarter-finals. (5) 71
Barbara and Tom find it almost impossible to catch the early worm.
3/6. At the Chalkface. They're the happiest days of our lives, we're told. Here, schooldays are remembered on film. Some 60 years ago, secondary modern schools were created to give each child the right education for their age and abiltity. So why, 20 years later, were teachers calling for their closure?
Director/Producer Richard Taylor First shown on BBC4
The Eagle Has Landed. After an absence of more than 100 years, ospreys, red kites and sea eagles are set to reclaim the skies of southern England. Bill Oddie narrates how the dedication of a few people led to the recovery of these magnificent birds of prey. Producer Fergus Beeley ; Series editor Michael Gunton
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A voyage down the River Dart, home to dippers, herons and kingfishers, as well as badgers, foxes and soaring buzzards and peregrine falcons.
Producer Roger Webb ; Executive editor Fiona Pitcher
2/5. it may have been voted man's most popular animal in a recent poll, but the tiger is critically endangered, with poaching the main cause. Now conservationists have taken up arms against poachers and wildlife traffickers. From the forests of the Far East to the markets of Burma, armed brigades made up of environmentalists, military veterans and ex-poachers fight a desperate battle to save the world's favourite cats from extinction.
Producer Amanda Feldon ; Editor Karen O'Connor Last Roar of the Tiger is at 11.30pm on BBC4
Kirsty Young argues that Britney Spears, cowboy boots and Brazilian waxes deserve banishment.
9/10. A report on the spiritual side of LA, how
Bangladeshis have injected vibrancy into London's East End, and there's music from soul star Nina Jayne. With Nihal Arthanayake , Anita Rani and Adil Ray.
Series producer Gurpdip Bhangoo ; Executive producer Tommy Nagra www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork
A sympathetic drama dealing with the impact of Aids, starring Amanda Peet and Michael Vartan. Aspiring actress Bridgette begins an affair with womaniser Adam, but their romance is soon overshadowed by her fears about Aids. Review page 61. Director H Gordon Boos (1997)
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2.00 Revisewise at School Maths 1.
4.00 Revisewise at School Maths 2.