Mac finds his special talent.
Penny the penguin pays a visit.
Bernie is hailed a hero.
Amethyst and Ruby fall out.
The gang are trapped.
Ready to roll? Back for a second series, Reggie Yates fills his truck with goodies, which he has managed to acquire from everyone from film stars to families and which he'll be giving away to one lucky viewer. Plus cartoons The Batman, Zombie Hotel and Pinky and the Brain.
Also on the CBBC channel
Kids' TV Choices: page
Shana Grummitt presents the second of a two-part look at the education of deaf children. With voiceover and in-vision subtitles. Repeated on Tuesday at 1.30am on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/seehear
From the west coast of Scotland to West Sussex.
On the set of Casino Royale with new 007 Daniel Craig.
Shown last Monday on BBC1
Otto Preminger 's sweeping Second World War action drama that follows the fluctuating fortunes of two US
Navy officers after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, starring John Wayne , Kirk Douglas and Patricia Neal. Review page 49.
(1965, PG) (BW)
Mozart's 250th birthday celebrations continue in style with a new staging of his comic masterpiece from London's Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.
Set in the 1830s, Antonio Pappano conducts
David McVicar 's highly acclaimed production of mistaken identity with a superb cast led by the young Uruguayan-born baritone Erwin Schrott as Figaro, with Gerald Finley as the Count, Dorothea Rbschmann as the Countess and Miah Persson as Susanna. Presented by Charles Haziewood.
Director Jonathan Haswell ; Producer Ben Weston
4/5. Caves. Borneo's Deer Cave is a daytime retreat for five million bats, whose droppings are used to support an entire community of creatures.
Producer Mark Brownlow Shown last Sunday BBC1
Dan Cruickshank 's quest reaches new heights of discomfort in the Sahara desert, mitigated by the breathtaking circumcision paintings of the Dogon. In Egypt he survives a power cut deep inside a chamber of the Great Pyramid, while in Libya he identifies with Lawrence of Arabia, rather than Colonel Gaddafi.
Series producer Tim Dunn ; Exec producer Basil Comely
Atmospheric period horror starring Nicole Kidman and Christopher Eccleston. In a remote mansion on the Channel Island of Jersey at the end of the Second World War, Grace's husband has been declared missing in action. With three children who have an allergy to sunlight Grace advertises for some home help. Three people respond to her request, but their arrival coincides with a series of sinister occurrences. Review page 49.
Director Alejandro Amenabar (2001, 12)
3/7. With guest host. Kaiser Chiefs Ricky Wilson , Radio l's Colin Murray , Madchester legend Bez, Cribs lead singer Ryan Jarman , and comedian Jeff Green.
Shown last Monday
Woody Allen 's bittersweet period comedy drama about a 1930s jazz guitarist, starring Sean Penn ,
Uma Thurman and Samantha Morton. Emmet Ray is renowned as "the second greatest guitarist in the world" after jazz genius Django Reinhardt. But he's also an irresponsible profligate and a booze-ridden womaniser. Review page 49.
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