Tracking rare one-horned rhinos.
The mice are moving.
A look at food. (Signed)
Fizz tries eating with chopsticks.
Dan Cruickshank leads another investigation into a home with a history.
Repeats are not indicated
10.30 Watch (ages 5-7) Barnaby Bear. 4676213 10.45 Something Special (ages 4-7) Pets.
4671768 11.00 Hands Up! (ages 7-11) The Chronicles of Narnia: the Magician's Nephew. 9376805 11.15
Numbertime (ages 6-7) Addition and Subtraction.
with Terry Deary
(ages 7-11) Catherine of Aragon. 7937869
11.40 See You, See Me (ages 7-9) Money.
Adrian Chiles finds out what it's like to be a dry-stone waller in Gloucestershire.
Champagne for One. When a depressed young woman dies of poisoning, popular opinion is that she took her own life.
Archie, however, is convinced that she was murdered.
In the shadow of Wolves FC's Molineux stadium, the team transforms a dreary back yard for a young, engaged couple.
Nicki tours York Minster, plus the unique collection of trees in the grounds of Castle Howard.
In Dorset's sunny Weymouth, Paul Martin takes inspiration from Thomas Hardy.
Ross Burden and Phil Vickery rattle the pans.
How will today's challengers fare against the team of quiz show champions?
With only 48 hours to go until Saturday's big event, Claudia Winkleman has all the latest from the celebrity dancers. Plus one of the judges casts an eye over preparations for Saturday night.
The high profile season of China-related cultural events in London, starting with the Three Emperors exhibition at the Royal Academy, is explored. Fifty years on from Ian Nairn 's controversial book
Counter-attack against Subtopia, Michael Rosen travels through Britain in search of "suburban utopia". Singer/songwriter Martha Wainwright discusses her music and artist Tom Hunter talks about photographing modern versions of Old Master paintings. Valery Gergiev reflects on the music of Shostakovitch, and there's a glimpse of the glory of the stained glass rose window. Verity Sharp hosts.
Series producer Julian Birkett ; Executive producer Edward Morgan Repeated at 11.20pm www.bbc.co.uk/cultureshow
2/8. Cornwall. Can a tiny Victorian railway cottage in Cornwall enjoy a new lease of life? Les and Dee have given themselves ten months to completely restore it - and, to save money, have bravely opted to live in the chaotic and rubble-strewn house at the same time. Presented by Charlie Luxton.
Producer Martin Morrison ; Series producer Amy Joyce The Inside Story: page
New series 1/4. Dramatic events unfold in what began as a profile of settlers in the Gaza Strip. For 18 months, the BBC crew was given unrestricted access into the secret planning and execution of the resistance to Israel's disengagement from the area. Leader Datya Itzhaki 's video diary follows the story of people fighting against the government's plan to evict them from their homes. Then an escalation of drama, both personal and national, culminates with the Israeli army surrounding a compound where an armed family and their supporters were barricaded. Producer Noam Shalev ; Executive producer Karen O'Connor
New series 1/6. Joanna Lumley and Denis Lawson star in a comic drama by Marion & Geoff's co-writer. Davina Jackson has hit 61 but still looks great - and so does her husband of over 30 years. Having downsized from their family home, they've even got cash for a new lifestyle. But - as a dysfunctional
30-something son and a ghostly manifestation of Davina's frustration testify - not everything is rosy.
Writer/Producer/Director Hugo Blick Denis Lawson stars in Bleak House tomorrow on BBC1 at 8.30pm The RT Interview with Joanna Lumley : page 22; Hugo Blick on Sensitive Skin's central characters: page 25
Davina Jackson has hit 61 but still looks great, as does her husband. Having downsized, they have cash for a new lifestyle, but with a dysfunctional son, not everything is rosy.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Shown at 7pm
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Design & Technology 1. Making, designing, drawing, food and graphics.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Design & Technology 2. Systems control, resistant materials, electronics, textiles.