A celebration of young performing talents across the UK. James plays his clarinet on the windswept shore of the Giant's Causeway.
Making a solar balloon.
Followed by Diddy Dick & Dom
Science game show featuring experiments and jaw-dropping stunts. In the Lab, the two teams use the convection created by hairdryers to keep bags in the air. Show more
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. Nobody knows they live there, which is probably just as well!
Celebrity guests join in the fun on the satirical current affairs quiz, with regulars Ian Hislop and Paul Merton. Director Paul Wheeler
3/6. Animals. Put a cute critter and an experienced presenter in front of a camera, and what can possibly go wrong? As Clive Anderson 's humorous trawl through the archives reveals, just about everything. Director Maria Stewart ; Producer Jenny MacLeod
Shown last Thursday
Clive Anderson guides us through the history of television's love affair with animals. Never work with children or animals is an old adage, but TV continues to ignore it. Show more
7/8. Highlights from the Edinburgh Fringe and International Festivals, featuring the pick of this year's comedy and an interview with author and journalist Lynn Barber.
Shown last Wednesday
Lauren Laverne presents from the Pleasance Courtyard in Edinburgh. She meets journalist and author Lynn Barber and talks to her about her autobiography An Education. Show more
The latest news and views from the world of Formula One, as part of the build-up to the big Grand Prix weekends through the year.
Profile of legendary Northern
Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings.
First shown on BBC1 Northern Ireland
Sports magazine programme. Stephen Watson presents a profile of legendary Northern Ireland goalkeeper Pat Jennings.
Political comedy drama starring Judy Davis and Sam Neill. A fanatical Australian communist is invited to meet her hero, Josef Stalin. Review page 42.
Director Peter Duncan (1996)
Comedy-drama which imagines Stalin spending his last night with an Australian communist revolutionary, producing a love child that would bring political turmoil to Australia.
A woman is forced to tell her daughter the truth about the father she believes was a war hero.
In Bosnian with English subtitles. Review page 42.
Director Jasmila Zbanic (2006, 15)
Film drama telling the story of Esma, a woman from Sarajevo, and her 12-year-old daughter Sara, as they struggle to survive in war-torn Bosnia. With Mirjana Karanovic. Show more