Just outside Shanghai, Communist party secretary Gao is athinker who sees the future of his country not in farming, but in newindustries. Show more
Pudong's skyscrapers are a brash symbol of Shanghai's newWestern-style prosperity, though not for the workers laid off from former state industries. Show more
Dinah's new school seems quite odd.
Toys are left on the floor.
Muffin looks forward to a day off.
Archie helps PC Plum take a picture of an elusive eagle.
The Cham Cham
A cabaret act is accused of spying.
10.50 Security Hazard
A stowaway causes trouble.
Benny the Ball loses $2,000 in a poker game.
TC and the gang apply to become astronauts.
Business and personal finance news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
(Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw guest on Ready Steady Cook at 4.30pm)
Rip-roaring adventure based on the novel by H Rider Haggard, starring Deborah Kerr and Stewart Granger. Elizabeth Curtis is on a desperate search for her husband, who disappeared in the depths of Africa while seeking the fabulous King Solomon's diamond mines. Enlisting the help of guide Allan Ouatermain , she sets out on a perilous journey. Review page 52. Directors Compton Bennett and Andrew Marton (1950, PG) Deborah Kerr stars in Love on the Dole tomorrow at 11.40am
2/10. Some equine matchmaking and a chance to meet Britain's first horse whisperer.
A photographer and a gardener head for Pembrokeshire.
What can financial experts Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles rustle up on a Â£5 budget?
The new male lion makes a break for freedom, a mystery epidemic sweeps through meerkat mountain and two of the smallest wallabies on Earth are headed for pets corner.
4/4. Light, the Universe and Everything. From the Industrial Revolution to Einstein, how the study of light affected our knowledge of sciences, art and the human mind. Presented by Simon Schaffer. Director Nick Davidson ; Executive producer Anne Laking
First shown on BBC4
Another typically wide-ranging selection of specialist subjects includes the life and work of Sir Peter Scott , national flags, Test cricket since and TV sitcom The Good Life. With John Humphrys. Director Derek Haiiworth ; Series producer Pam Cavannagh
4/9. The Indians. From town planning to plastic surgery, metallurgy to yoga, the discoveries of ancient India have had a lasting impact on the modern world. Adam Hart-Davis tests some of the ancient inventions, while Jamie Darling travels the length and breadth of the country to explore their origins. Producer Liz Tucker ; Series producer Ian Potts
New series 1/3. A shocking increase in sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancies over the last decade has convinced Christian youth workers Rachel Gardner and Dan Burke that it's time to teach kids how not to have sex. They've chosen 12 teenagers aged 15 to 17, with more than 50 sexual conguests between them, to launch the Romance Academy. For the five-month project, the teens have pledged to abstain from all forms of sexual activity. But when they go away for the weekend and spend their first night under the same roof, can the 12 lively teenagers stick to the no-sex rule?
Series producer Helen Nightingale ; Exec producer Zad Rogers The Inside Story: page 84
3/5. Siiri and Andrus are in love, but like many young couples in the Baltic republic of Estonia, they don't have the money to get married. So when a local radio station launches a competition promising the winners the wedding of their dreams, they jump at the chance. But competition is fierce - dozens of young couples from this newest EU member country covet the prize, worth twice the average Estonian salary. Can Siiri and Andrus convince the panel of judges their relationship is the most worthy?
Producer Barbara Arvanitidis ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
Analysis of the latest news stories, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Powerful myths and misconceptions have shaped our understanding of the evacuation of Dunkirk in May and June of 1940. Here, historians and veterans from all sides of the conflict provide new perspectives on an event that changed the course of the Second World War. Narrated by Tim Pigott-Smith .
Producer Alastair Lau'ence; Exec producer Michael Poole
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2.00 Homegrown Hollywood
Short films by emerging and established film-makers from around the UK. Featuring the Bafta-nominated Elephant Boy. With James King. Strong language and content.