Bugs Bunny invades Doc's dreams.
Shadow builds a deadly clone of Pluto.
A young darts champ puts Sam and Mark on the spot, plus a look at what goes on inside a film club.
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Robbie locks "Prince Stingy" in a castle.
Creeping and crawling.
What is that squeaking noise?
Household chores, and building a snowman.
Ripple and Ted are lost in a maze of caves.
A look at animals that change colour.
The cub meets a caterpillar.
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10.30 Watch: Barnaby Bear: Tocuaro - a Mexican Village
10.45 Something Special: Shops
11.00 Razzledazzle: Farmer Louise
11.20 BBC Primary Geography: France - The Camargue
11.30 English Express: Own Goal
Westminster updates, with Andrew Neil and Jenny Scott.
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Andrew Neil presents a lively political review in This Week at 11.35pm on BBC1
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Adam Hart-Davis assesses the revolution of ideas caused by the introduction of the printing press in Tudor Britain.
Live action from the opening round of the British Masters at the Belfry in Warwickshire. With important Ryder Cup points and a prize fund of El.8 million at stake, Europe's top golfers - including defending champion
Thomas Bjorn - have everything to play for. Introduced by Hazel Irvine. Commentary by Peter Alliss , Ken Brown and Andrew Cotter. Second-round coverage starts tomorrow at 1.30pm.
Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
Will the quiz veterans meet their match?
Bryn Williams's bara brith with baked plums and yoghurt ice cream, or Angela Harnett 's Welsh cakes with roasted apricots and cake ice cream? For the judges, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. Great British Menu book, plus griddle offer: page 24
2/6. Two farces from very different camps - Fawlty Towers and 'Allo 'Allo! - are compared and contrasted, as Basil attempts to make a Waldorf salad, and Rene and the gang plan an escape from a Prisoner of War camp. Mark Benton narrates.
Executive producer Caroline Wright
Regional Variations (2)
Jeremy Musson visits Kenyan colonial house Hippo Point - every bit the Tudor manor house, except for the giraffes and zebras strolling past the garden fence.
Regional Variations (2)
Quiz show presented by John Humphrys. The specialist subjects in this edition are enclaves and exclaves, Caravaggio, British TV sitcoms from 1970 to 1990, and the films of David Cronenberg.
5/6. In less than two years, Vladimir Putin must give up the presidency of Russia. This World goes behind the Kremlin's walls as presidential candidates jockey for position and the administration prepares Putin for a mammoth press conference at a politically sensitive time, with scandals in the Russian Army and British diplomats accused of spying. Who will be the next leader of the world's largest country?
Producer Richard Denton ; Exec producer Karen O'Connor
5/6; series two. Jill announces her pregnancy by Cath and Don's 12-year-old son Bruce. Divorce can be a long and time-consuming business.
Writer Julia Davis ; Director Dewi Humphreys ; Producer Alison MacPhail First shown on BBC3 www.bbc.co.uk/comedy/nightynight
With Gavin Esler.
2/8; series two. No Place like Home. A snowstorm forces a reluctant Sharon to spend time with her staff.
Writer Brian Dooley ; Director Gareth Carrivick : Producer Pete Thornton First shown on BBC3 bbc.co.uk/comedy/smokingroom
The business investors have cash to back the right idea. Will any of tonight's entrepreneurs get it?
Director/Series producer John Hesling
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Spanish
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision German