The girls become early American pioneers.
Can vets cure Arusha the black rhino's infected toe?
(Also on the CBBC channel)
The trains block Ernie's holiday.
Raymond runs out of bread.
Where is Rosie's birthday present?
A train driver visits.
Followed by Pingu
Lady Penelope organises a charity clothes show.
Watchable satire starring Ronald Colman.
Unemployed genius Beauregard Bottomly sets out to ruin a major soap company through a quiz show it sponsors.
Review page 53.
(1950, U) (BW) ***
4/8. Alwyn visits Egypt's pyramids at Giza and tries to ride a camel.
Business update. With Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
A tropical paradise in Cornwall. (Revised repeat)
A single dad seeks a move from Maidenhead to Wiltshire.
Jennie Bond , Shauna Lowry and Mark Moraghan guess the celebrity homeowners.
The team visit the Dorset coastal town of Poole to seek out the local antiques.
More performers try to beat the buzzer.
Quiz show champs are pitted against a new team of challengers. Dermot Murnaghan hosts.
Regional Variations (2)
Ben Fogle leads five members of the public on the trek of their lives to find the ancient Inca city of Choquequirao. Feisty mum of three Mia is still missing - should the group move off without her?
Comparing two classic comedies written by Jimmy Perry and David Croft.
The platoon feels the force of Mainwaring's wrath after a trip to the cinema.
Gladys is promoted to Head Yellowcoat - but a new arrival threatens her position.
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8/10. As Rick's journey through south-west France continues, the smell of the salty Mediterranean Sea drifts in on the warm breeze. At Narbonne, he serves freshly grilled sardines with salad and cold rose wine for the boat crew. Meanwhile, Louis, the chef onboard, cooks seafood with squid ink pasta.
10/12. Ely Cathedral and Hampton Court Palace are among tonight's locations. Fred served his apprenticeship as a joiner and always showed great appreciation for the men who built Britain's great castles, palaces and country houses. He also provided insights into building techniques; including the amusing falling down arch.
The man who trained the Bali bombers has turned his back on terrorism and is working with police. His extraordinary story is told in the second of Peter Taylor's investigations to mark the fifth anniversary of 9/11. Taylor visits South East Asia to explore how the region has fought al-Oaeda's allies and those responsible for twice bombing Bali. Nasir Abas has rejected terrorism to inform on his former comrades, give evidence against them in court and try to persuade them to change sides. He has become a devastating new weapon in the war against al-Qaeda's affiliates. But will others follow?
Terror vision: page 18
6/6. Phill Jupitus delves into his past to discuss boarding school, the worst gig of his life and why he wishes he'd exercised more. Dara O'Briain is on hand to show Phill the best form of exercise - cracking open a beer and sitting down on a comfy chair.
Series producer Victoria Payne ; Exec producer Rebecca Papworth Dara O'Briain hosts Mock the Week, tomorrow at 10pm Phill Jupitus on the Damned: page 34
With Jeremy Paxman.
5/18; series three. The teams are given a 28ft trailer, $5,000 and are tasked with creating a mobile service business. More tomorrow at 11.50pm. <s)
(S - until 1am)
Schools Repeats not indicated
2.00 History The First World War 98085 4.00 History Nazi Germany