Hazel Irvine is at the Royal Aberdeen Club for the final day of the Walker Cup.
Programmes will resume at 14:00
25/25 Nina investigates why it is important to drink milk. (R)
1/14 Nisha and her furry friends visit the children of Strangford, Northern Ireland. (R)
24/26 Jason tries to fly his new kite on the beach, but there is no wind. Can Grandpa help? (R)
25/26 Jason is off school with a sore throat, so Grandpa is looking after him. (R)
12/25 Squiglet helps Sammir the squirrel look for his nuts. (R)
1/52 The Line draws an egg. Dipdap wants to stop it from breaking but it's difficult. (R)
Live coverage from the Royal Aberdeen Club as the Walker Cup reaches its conclusion.
18/23 Alice Roberts learns the science behind the hovercraft, as well as how to fly one. (R)
1/20 Michael learns Scouse in Liverpool and finds out about the first railway fatality. (R)
Jake Humphrey introduces highlights from the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.
How the Allies used 3D photographs to thwart the Nazis' super-weapons. (R)
2/3 Rhod Gilbert and Greg Davies attempt to drive through the mountainous nation of Nepal.
1/4 Looks at Roman Britannia, where finds include the thickening mystery of 97 baby skeletons. (R)
2/6 Comparing exhaustive footage of London in the 1940s with the city of today. (R)
Comedy exploring the relationship of a New York-based couple during their visit to Paris.
Monday 12 September 2011